Turkey Deputy PM in Somalia to Assess Drought

[Dalsan Radio] Turkey Prime Minister Sayn Bekir Bozda on Sunday jetted into Somalia as the country once assess on how to assist the country in the ongoing drought. Bozda was accompanied by a delegation from Ankarra.

[Dalsan Radio] Turkey Prime Minister Sayn Bekir Bozda on Sunday jetted into Somalia as the country once assess on how to assist the country in the ongoing drought. Bozda was accompanied by a delegation from Ankarra.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Zesco United Coach Celebrates Charity Shield Victory

Zesco United coach Zlatko Krmpotic has expressed delight at picking his first piece of silverware in Zambia after his side beat Nkana 2-0 in the Samuel Zoom Ndhlovu Charity Shield. And Nkana coach Zeddy Saileti said the 12 time league … Continued

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Zesco United coach Zlatko Krmpotic has expressed delight at picking his first piece of silverware in Zambia after his side beat Nkana 2-0 in the Samuel Zoom Ndhlovu Charity Shield. And Nkana coach Zeddy Saileti said the 12 time league champions will challenge for the title in the 2017 season. The Serbian was handed the reins at Zesco United in February following the departure of George Lwandamina at the close of the 2016 season. Krmpotic said he was happy for his players but will now focus on their Confederation Cup fixture away to Enugu Rangers in Nigeria over the weekend. “I am very happy, congratulations to my players first, this is for my players, it is not for me,†said an elated Krmpotic. He also reserved some respect for his opponents on the day, “Also congratulations to the opponent, good opponent, good team they put in everything. We give respect they gave everything to this game.†The Zesco coach said he has penned some notes on Enugu Rangers from the Nigerian side’s CAF Confederation Cup campaign. “Enugu is a good team, they are champions in Nigeria. We must go with respect but I think Zesco have got chance,†he said. Meanwhile, Saileti said his side was happy to have warmed up against strong opposition in the Charity Shield where they beat Zanaco 3-0 in the semi finals before being overcome by Zesco United in the final via a 2-0 result. Zesco will be on continental duty in Nigeria where they will engage Enugu Rangers on Sunday with in the CAF Confederations Cup the return leg set for April 14, 2017 at the Levy Mwanawasa Stadium. The Ndola side had good run in the CAF Champions League last year reaching the semi finals of the continent’s top tier competition. The post Zesco United Coach Celebrates Charity Shield Victory appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Attacks On Nigerian Students in India

[Daily Trust] Nigerian and other African students studying in India recently came under attack from unruly Indian crowds. Some were beaten by a mob in the district of Greater Noida, a suburb of Delhi, until they became unconscious. Five Nigerians were …

[Daily Trust] Nigerian and other African students studying in India recently came under attack from unruly Indian crowds. Some were beaten by a mob in the district of Greater Noida, a suburb of Delhi, until they became unconscious. Five Nigerians were beaten and badly wounded in Noida, a town in Uttar Pradesh state, last Monday because of their alleged link to the death of an Indian student. Indian police however said the cause of the student's death remains unknown.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Alshabaab Introduces New School Curriculum

[Dalsan Radio] Alshabaab militant group on Sunday introduced a new curriculum for primary and secondary schools in places under their control. The launching ceremony attended by Alshabaab’s spokesperson Ali Dheere took place in Saakow Middle Juba.

[Dalsan Radio] Alshabaab militant group on Sunday introduced a new curriculum for primary and secondary schools in places under their control. The launching ceremony attended by Alshabaab's spokesperson Ali Dheere took place in Saakow Middle Juba.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Decades-Old Tensions Drive Conflict in Laikipia Region

[The Conversation Africa] Egerton University -The recent conflict in Laikipia in central Kenya is a complex web of violence that’s been a feature of the region as well as its neighbouring counties for the last two decades.

[The Conversation Africa] Egerton University -The recent conflict in Laikipia in central Kenya is a complex web of violence that's been a feature of the region as well as its neighbouring counties for the last two decades.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

EU Ambassadors in Sudan Welcome New Aid Corridor to South Sudan

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The nine resident European Union (EU) Ambassadors in Sudan have welcomed the announcement by the Sudanese government to open an additional overland humanitarian corridor to famine-stricken South Sudan.

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The nine resident European Union (EU) Ambassadors in Sudan have welcomed the announcement by the Sudanese government to open an additional overland humanitarian corridor to famine-stricken South Sudan.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Police Stop Family From Taking Student’s Body From a Kampala Hospital

[Monitor] Police in Kitintale, a Kampala city suburb have stopped the family of a 16-year-girl who died at school from taking the body for burial until a postmortem is conducted to ascertain the cause of death.

[Monitor] Police in Kitintale, a Kampala city suburb have stopped the family of a 16-year-girl who died at school from taking the body for burial until a postmortem is conducted to ascertain the cause of death.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Blinded Sudanese Patients to Be Treated

[Radio Dabanga] Omdurman -On Thursday, the Khartoum state Ministry of Health ordered the management of the Makkah Eye Hospitals in Sudan to arrange treatment for the 34 people who recently lost their eyesight in the hospital.

[Radio Dabanga] Omdurman -On Thursday, the Khartoum state Ministry of Health ordered the management of the Makkah Eye Hospitals in Sudan to arrange treatment for the 34 people who recently lost their eyesight in the hospital.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan