Central Police Station, Uganda, are investigating circumstances under which a television set which was gifted to them a few weeks ago was stolen. The 40-inch plasma screen that was given to the law-enforcement agency by Startimes last month was on Monday, January 13, mysteriously plucked off the wall adjacent to …Read More »
Iran’s president said Thursday, January 16, dialogue with the world was “possible” despite high tensions with the United States, and stressed that Tehran was working daily “to prevent military confrontation or war”. Iran attacked the US military in Iraq on January 8 with missiles to retaliate against Washington’s targeted killing …Read More »
North Koreans gathered for a mass rally in Pyongyang, Sunday, January 5, to show support for Kim Jong Un’s announcement at the party meeting declaring an end to the banning of nuclear and intercontinental ballistic missile tests and threatened a demonstration of a “new strategic weapon” soon. The North Korean …Read More »
The United States on Monday slammed Russia and China for their failure to condemn an attack last week on its Baghdad embassy by pro-Iranian demonstrators.
While congratulating the 27 of the 193 member nations that did issue statements condemning the December 31 attempt to storm the compound, the U.S. mission to the UN said that Russian and Chinese silence undermined the Security Council. “Not allowing the United Nations Security Council to issue the most basic …Read More »
U.S. President Donald Trump says the United States will not leave Iraq unless it is paid back for a U.S. air base it built there.
Trump was reacting to Sunday’s Iraqi parliament resolution urging the government to expel 5,200 American troops. Trump told reporters on Air Force One Sunday night that the U.S. has an “extraordinarily expensive” air base in Iraq that cost billions of dollars. “We’re not leaving unless they pay us back for …Read More »
A desert locust lands on a farmer’s hand in a grazing land on the outskirt of Dusamareb in Galmudug region – REUTERS Farmers in southern Somalia are shooting at huge swarms of locusts with heavy machine guns in a desperate attempt to save their crops, according to media affiliated to …Read More »
TURKEY’S President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) have announced they want to create an “army of Islam” to wage war against Israel, it has been revealed. Less than a month ago the Turkish state’s mouthpiece the daily Yeni Şafak ran an article for Erdogan …Read More »
The United States has declared its support to people fighting for democracy and their inalienable Human Rights across the globe to mark the International Day of Democracy. The US Secretary of State, Micheal R. Pompeo said in a press statement that the government is committed to supporting individual liberty and …Read More »
Xenophobia: Italian Region Offering Nigerians And Others Over 9 Million Naira To Live In Its Village
An underpopulated southern Italian region is offering people €700 (N276,635) per month for three years accruing to about €25,000 (N9,879,852) to live in its villages. The region of Molise, one of Italy’s smallest and least famous regions, is offering newcomers a bounty to settle in villages that are in danger …Read More »
Following the xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa, more than 300 Nigerians have reportedly registered for evacuation from the country. This is coming following the approval by the Federal Government that any Nigerian that is willing to return home should indicate interest. According to Punch, the spokesperson for the …Read More »