[ANGOP]Minister of Culture Rosa Cruz e Silva Friday in Luanda denied that Angolan government has adopted alleged policy of prosecution of Muslim citizens as reported in some news papers and social networks.
[ANGOP]Angolan government Friday denied categorically the report alleging that it had adopted measures to ban Islam and destroyed mosques, as reported by various media organs and social networks.
[ANGOP]Nine Angolan citizens were among the passengers on board a Mozambique Airlines plane crashed Friday in game park in northern Namibia.
[AI London]The Malian authorities must immediately release five children that have been detained in a military detention centre for over seven months, says Amnesty International today as it releases a Human Rights Agenda for Mali, in the country’s capital.
[The Herald]Mutare -A CASH-IN TRANSIT truck belonging to Fawcett Security Company lost an undisclosed amount of cash destined for the Eastern Highlands Plantations in a well-planned highway armed robbery near Selbourne this morning.
[Namibian]The Namibian Police coordinator in the Kavango Region, Willie Bampton has confirmed that they have found the burnt wreckage of the missing Mazambican plane.
[VOA]Police say the crash of a Mozambique Airlines plane in a remote border area of Namibia has killed all 33 people onboard.
[Aswat Masriya]Egypt’s prosecutor-general has ordered an investigation into a legal complaint filed by six political activists who say they were sexually harassed by police forces last week.
[Deutsche Welle]A Mozambique Airlines flight has crashed in northeast Namibia, killing all 34 people on board. The wreckage of the plane, which went missing on Friday, was found on Saturday in a game park.
[allAfrica]Namibian officials searching for a missing Mozambique Airlines plane have located the wreckage but found no survivors. Most of the 27 passengers were Mozambicans and Angolans flying from Maputo to Luanda.