Tunisia declares state of emergency after hotel attack

Tunisia declares state of emergency after hotel attack

Tunisian's president, Beji Caid Essebsi, has declared on Saturday a state of emergency in the country following an Islamic militant attack on a beach hotel, where 38 foreign ...

Mozambique president urges leaders to work for national interest

Mozambique president urges leaders to work for national interest

Mozambican President, Filipe Nyusi, has called on political and government leaders to think of the people in their work and not just of a group of individuals, only then would ...

Mozambique gay community hope for “world reference”in equality

Mozambique gay community hope for “world reference”in equality

The Mozambican gay community has declared its wish for Mozambique to become a world reference in defence of the fundamental rights and freedoms of each and every one, the local ...

Nigeria’s ruling party meets to mend fences

Nigeria’s ruling party meets to mend fences

President Muhammadu Buhari has said that his ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, members must collectively come together to rise above the current crisis threatening to engulf ...

Nigeria: Press focus insurgents’ attacks, value of currency, salary reduction rejection

Nigeria: Press focus insurgents’ attacks, value of currency, salary reduction rejection

President Muhammadu Buhari 's advice to Muslims to condemn insurgents' attacks, apex bank's rejection of devaluation of currency and labour refusal to salary cut proposal in osun ...

Chad gov’t adopts anti-terrorism bill

Chad gov’t adopts anti-terrorism bill

Chad's Prime Minister Kalzeube Payimii Deubet and his cabinet have adopted a draft law on the suppression of acts of terrorism.The bill adopted on Thursday complements the ...

Chadian police uncover large stocks of weapons in N’Djamena neighbourhood

Chadian police uncover large stocks of weapons in N’Djamena neighbourhood

– The Chadian police on Thursday in the N'Djamena neighborhood of Guinebor, seized a large stock of arms and ammunition of different varieties, belonging to Nigerian sect Boko ...

Tunisia declares state of emergency after hotel attack

Tunisian's president, Beji Caid Essebsi, has declared on Saturday a state of emergency in the country following an Islamic militant attack on a beach hotel, where 38 foreign tourists, mostly Britons, were killed.“The President has decreed a state of emergency in Tunisia and will address the nation at 5 pm. (4pm. GMT)�, communication committee of the presidency said. The state of emergency grants the ...

Read more

Nigeria army recovers weapons in operation

The Nigeria Army on Saturday said a jeep full of Improvised Explosives Devices was among the weapons recovered by troops conducting Cordon and Search Operations after suicide bombing attacks on Zabamari Muna near Maiduguri.This information is contained in a statement issued in Abuja by the Director of Defence , Maj.-Gen. Chris Olukolade. Olukolade said the jeep along with two Hilux vehicles being used by ...

Read more

African civil society activists share experiences

Leaders of African civil society activists have shared their experiences on the sidelines of ‘Cine Droit Libre' festival in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, reports said on Saturday.According to the organizers, the purpose of this meeting is to strengthen the operational capacities of citizen movements from different French speaking countries in the sub-region, including Senegal, Cameroon, Mali, Cote d'Ivoire, ...

Read more

S/Africa condemns attack on Tunisian resorts-Minister

South Africa has joined the international community in condemning the attack on the two hotel resorts in Sousse, Tunisia late last month which left 39 people dead and many more injured, a senior minister said.“The South African government expresses its sincere condolences to the families and friends of the deceased and wishes a speedy recovery to the injured,� International Relations Minister Maite ...

Read more

Mozambique president urges leaders to work for national interest

Mozambican President, Filipe Nyusi, has called on political and government leaders to think of the people in their work and not just of a group of individuals, only then would leaders give real meaning to democracy, APA learns here on Saturday.Addressing a rally in the Nauela administrative post, in Alto Molocue district, in the central province of Zambezia, President Nyusi is quoted by state-controlled ...

Read more

Mozambique gay community hope for “world reference”in equality

The Mozambican gay community has declared its wish for Mozambique to become a world reference in defence of the fundamental rights and freedoms of each and every one, the local media reported on Saturday.According to State-Controlled Mozambique News Agency, the NGO which fights for the rights of Mozambican sexual minorities, Lambda, in a declaration published on Friday, celebrating Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and ...

Read more

Nigeria’s ruling party meets to mend fences

President Muhammadu Buhari has said that his ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, members must collectively come together to rise above the current crisis threatening to engulf the party, reports said on Saturday.Buhari made the call in Abuja on Friday at the first National Executive Council (NEC) emergency meeting of All Progressives Congress (APC) after its victory at the polls. He said ‎party members ...

Read more

Nigeria: Press focus insurgents’ attacks, value of currency, salary reduction rejection

President Muhammadu Buhari 's advice to Muslims to condemn insurgents' attacks, apex bank's rejection of devaluation of currency and labour refusal to salary cut proposal in osun state were major highlights of Nigerian newspapers on Saturday.President Muhammadu Buhari 's advice to Muslims to condemn insurgents' attacks, apex bank's rejection of devaluation of currency and labour refusal to salary cut ...

Read more

Lesotho: University holds prayer session for ex-commander

National University of Lesotho (NUL) community comprising academic and non-academic staff organised a prayer session for the late Lesotho army Commander Lieutenant General Maaparankoe Mahao this Friday, APA can report.Dr. Makoala Marake from NUL said the purpose of the prayer session was to show the world how serious the crime is in the Mountain Kingdom of Lesotho. He said what has been taking place in ...

Read more

Chad gov’t adopts anti-terrorism bill

Chad's Prime Minister Kalzeube Payimii Deubet and his cabinet have adopted a draft law on the suppression of acts of terrorism.The bill adopted on Thursday complements the government's measures to combat terrorism, following the June 15 twin attacks that targeted the police headquarters and the National Police Academy, killing 36 and injuring 105 in N'jamena. It strengthens Chad's legal system and punish all ...

Read more

© 2009-2015 StarAfrica

Scroll to top
1