[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe -Oxfam has donated 323 bicycles to 45 women members of parliament to help them implement ending violence against women.
[New Era] Artificially grown beef could generate longer-lasting and more damaging greenhouse gases than rearing cattle normally, according to a new scientific study.
[HRW] Police in Kenya have killed no fewer than 21 men and boys in Nairobi’s low-income areas, apparently with no justification, claiming they were criminals, Human Rights Watch said today. The extrajudicial killings point to a broader problem of police using excessive, unlawful force in the name of maintaining law and order in Nairobi’s informal settlements and failing to comply with the law in ensuring all police killings are reported, investigated, and those respaonsible for unlawful killings are
GOD SHORT-CHANGED Pierre Nkurunziza, Burundi’s president, when endowing people with democratic values.
[East African] Tanzania has started auctioning hunting concessions in some of the country’s top game reserves under a new system designed to get rid of operational misconduct that had led to a two-year standstill.
[Premium Times] The United Kingdom Government has seized £211,000,000, about N81.9billion, from a Jersey bank account that belonged to the late Nigerian dictator, Sani Abacha.
[Daily News] ROAD freight is one of the most common of all modes of transportation.
[Guardian] The Anambra State police command said on Wednesday it had uncovered a child-stealing syndicate, arrested two female suspects and reunited a child identified as Mmerichukwu, who was stolen at the aged of seven in 2012 with his parents.
[New Times] Rwanda is the biggest mover of change for improving children’s lives in its region and the second-biggest in the world, a new report by Save the Children says.
[Premium Times] The Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, has said funds recovered by his ministry stood at N270 billion from N19.5 billion in 2015.