[VOA] Militants ambushed a group of about 30 civilians in northeastern Congo and killed many of them before fighting a fierce battle with the army, politicians said on Sunday.
[Monitor] Speaker Rebecca Kadaga has suspended a minister and 25 legislators who allegedly participated in the Tuesday fracas that forced her to adjourn the Sitting to Wednesday.
[Leadership] Abuja -The federal government hinted yesterday that it has traced the financial headquarters of indigenous people of biafra (IPOB) to France.
[Radio Dabanga] Ed Damazin -The faction of the rebel Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North that is led by Malik Agar (SPLM-N) accused the Sudanese army of breaching an unilateral cessation of hostilities. “The troops advanced towards our positions in Blue Nile state.”
[East African] At least five people have died of pneumonic plague in Madagascar, public health officials said Friday.
[This Day] Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, has said President Muhammadu Buhari and the Director-General of the Department of State Services, Lawal Daura, should be detained for disobeying court orders.
[Nation] Even before they take the oath of office, MPs are plotting how to reject the new salary structure that substantially reduces their salaries and allowances and have the old figure retained.
[Premium Times] President Muhammadu Buhari has final decisions on Babachir Lawal and Ayodele Oke, now on suspension from their official positions over suspected abuses, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has said.
[African Arguments] By empowering Libyan warlords and constraining rescue missions, migrant numbers to Italy have halved. But at what cost?
[New Zimbabwe] Zezurus people want to monopolise the post of the presidency in the country which defeats the principles of the liberation struggle, outspoken Independent Member of Parliament for Norton, Temba Mliswa said.