Up to 10 Years in Prison Against 11 People On Terror Charges

[MAP] Salé -The first instance criminal chamber for terrorism affairs at the annexe of Salé’s appeal court handed on Thursday verdicts ranging from to 2 to 10 years in prison with no remission to 11 suspects sued in separate terrorism-related cases.

[MAP] Salé -The first instance criminal chamber for terrorism affairs at the annexe of Salé's appeal court handed on Thursday verdicts ranging from to 2 to 10 years in prison with no remission to 11 suspects sued in separate terrorism-related cases.

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

Nigerian Troops ‘Intercept Boko Haram Suicide Bomb Squad’

[Premium Times] Nigerian troops intercepted a Boko Haram suicide bomb squad on Friday and killed five terrorists at different locations in Borno north, the Army said on Saturday.

[Premium Times] Nigerian troops intercepted a Boko Haram suicide bomb squad on Friday and killed five terrorists at different locations in Borno north, the Army said on Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Which Way Will Kenya Move As Uhuru and Raila Differ?

[Nation] Opposition chief Raila Odinga is destined to offer yet another “important direction” to his supporters tomorrow on the next cause of action – a development he promises will ultimately change the dimension of the political landscape of the coun…

[Nation] Opposition chief Raila Odinga is destined to offer yet another "important direction" to his supporters tomorrow on the next cause of action - a development he promises will ultimately change the dimension of the political landscape of the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Jonathan Warns Nigerian Students Against Creating ‘Artificial Human Beings’

[Premium Times] Former Goodluck Jonathan on Saturday warned Nigerian students to stay away from conducting research into embryonic stem cells, saying the sanctity of humanity must be preserved.

[Premium Times] Former Goodluck Jonathan on Saturday warned Nigerian students to stay away from conducting research into embryonic stem cells, saying the sanctity of humanity must be preserved.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Dispelling Rumors – Ngafuan Remains Up Campaign Manager

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -The National Campaign Manager of the ruling Unity Party (UP), Mr. Augustine Kpehe Ngafuan, has told opposition members and even some from his own party, who are spreading falsehood that he is no longer in charge of the campa…

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -The National Campaign Manager of the ruling Unity Party (UP), Mr. Augustine Kpehe Ngafuan, has told opposition members and even some from his own party, who are spreading falsehood that he is no longer in charge of the campaign that they are "boldface liars" and that he remains the National Campaign Manager, who will ensure victory for UP on November 7.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Life Presidency Opponents Have Advantage, but Can They Use It?

[Monitor] This week a parliamentary committee starts to hear public views on the life presidency project. The Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee has written to several individuals and groups to appear before it and make a case for or against rem…

[Monitor] This week a parliamentary committee starts to hear public views on the life presidency project. The Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee has written to several individuals and groups to appear before it and make a case for or against removing the age limit clauses from the Constitution.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Museveni and His Adherents – Who Is Tempting Who?

[Monitor] I’m sure President Museveni will relate to this. After all he has always claimed to have been very active in the Scripture Union during his student days. It is in the Lord’s Prayer found in the sixth chapter of the Gospel according to Mathew….

[Monitor] I'm sure President Museveni will relate to this. After all he has always claimed to have been very active in the Scripture Union during his student days. It is in the Lord's Prayer found in the sixth chapter of the Gospel according to Mathew. "And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil..."

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Nawakwi Resurfaces on Political Scene

FDD president Edith Nawakwi has resurfaced from her over a year self-imposed isolation from the Zambian political scene and reconciled with her deputy Chifumu Banda. Nawakwi, who had been in the middle of a succession fight within her party of … Continued

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FDD president Edith Nawakwi has resurfaced from her over a year self-imposed isolation from the Zambian political scene and reconciled with her deputy Chifumu Banda. Nawakwi, who had been in the middle of a succession fight within her party of her continued stay in office beyond the mandatory two terms, says that all the issues around the differences with Banda had been resolved. She said it was not her desire to change the constitution but only two thirds of the members could do that. Banda also mouthed some conciliatory lines without making it clear whether the crusade to oust Nawakwi over constitutional breaches had been abandoned or not. “When you say the nation has missed me, I have also missed the nation and I thought when we went to the polls in 2016, the nation actually put out a clear choice and we need to allow our friends to exercise their authority and see where they are taking us,†she said. Nawakwi also said Zambians had given the ruling Patriotic Front the mandate to rule until 2021 and must therefore give them space. Banda and Nawakwi were at loggerheads during last year’s general elections such that the former opted for another person to stand as her running mate. The post Nawakwi Resurfaces on Political Scene appeared first on Zambia Reports.

source: Zambia Reports