[HRInfo]14 Egyptian rights’ organizations said today that after the passing of two years without sending to the court; the responsible for the involvement in the murder through cutting the communication, despite the end of the investigations in the case that was brought by the lawyers of ANHRI in February 23, 2011, to reveal the name of who ordered to cut the communication and to punish him as he is considered to be an accomplice to the crime. The case wasn’t sent to the court despite it is ready to be deliberated
[HRInfo]The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI), expresses it severe concerns to the disappearance of Mohamed El-Sawyi, the journalist in Masrawy, who was kidnapped on Wednesday February 20, 2013, according to his fiancée.
[Sudan Tribune]Khartoum -60 people were killed and 83 wounded following the resumption of clashes that started last month between two tribes in North Darfur.
[Sierra Leone Government]Colleague Heads of State
[Zimbabwe Standard]ZIMBABWEANS should not expect radical changes if either President Robert Mugabe or Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai wins the forthcoming elections, analysts have said.
[This Day]The Federal Government is in the process of enacting a bill to regulate the processing of personal information of individuals with regard to collection, holding, use or disclosure of such information by persons and private organisations.
[This Day]The concern raised by the House of Representatives over the gradual adoption of the US dollar for transaction in the country has caught the attention of money market watchers who fear the development may erode the confidence of Nigerians in the Naira, reports Festus Akanbi
Maputo -The Mozambican police have arrested 17 people accused of promoting disinformation campaigns about the origins of cholera, and of leading mobs which destroyed the homes of local officials in the Namicopo and Namutequeliua neighbourhoods in the northern city of Nampula.
[Zimbabwe Standard]Apostolic and other African-initiated churches have vowed to mobilise millions of people to vote for Zanu PF in the forthcoming general elections.
[This Day]Five persons were killed Saturday in the ancient town of Wukari in Taraba State while several others sustained varying degrees of injuries as Christian and Muslim religious adherents engaged themselves in violent and bloody clash.