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20 Sep
About 15 soldiers and several civilians have died in two attacks in English-speaking western areas of Cameroon in the grip of a breakaway campaign, the defence ministry
28 Aug
Nineteen civilians in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo were burned and hacked to death on Friday by Ugandan Islamist rebels
23 May 2021
A constant nervous smile on Julia Francisco's face masks the anguish of fleeing extremist militants roaming northern Mozambique,
22 Mar 2021
Militants under the aegis of UNYEKISONG Akwa Ibom have asked all multinational oil companies to vacate the state due to what they described as ‘unwholesome practices and atrocities.’
22 Feb 2021
Mr. Emmanuel Izunna Ezeh has narrated his ordeal in the hands of militants who, he said were after his father’s life.
2 Nov 2020
Militants under the aegis of the Niger Delta Liberation Force (NDLF) have issued Governor Udom Emmanuel a 14-day ultimatum to publish federal allocations to local government areas in Akwa Ibom State. State Commander of the NDLF, Captain Victor Eyoh, and four others made the demand yesterday in a statement made available to newsmen in Uyo,…
21 Aug 2020
Sevenpersons were on Wednesday night reportedly killed in Oluasiri community of Nembe-Bassambiri, Nembe Local Government Area of Bayelsa State, as two rival militant gangs engaged in a gun battle.
15 Jan 2020
Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike has charged traditional rulers of the South South region not to allow militants to determine what happens in their communities.
22 Oct 2019
No fewer than 462 repentant militants, who about nine months ago surrendered their arms and embraced amnesty, would have two rehabilitation centres to learn their needed skills. Chairman of Ukanafun Local Council, Mr. Uko Idiong, disclosed this while fielding questions from journalists on the situation of militant activities in his council area in Uyo, yesterday.
28 Apr 2019
Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena on Sunday announced a ban on face covering, a week after Islamist militants carried out coordinated suicide bombings that killed 253 people. Sirisena said he was using emergency powers to ban any form of face covering in public. The restriction will take effect from Monday, his office said in a…
19 Jan 2019
Presidential candidate of the Alliance For New Nigeria (ANN), Fela Durotoye, speaks on the kind of leaders the country needs, why he and his party rekindles hope of a brighter future, insisting that Nigeria can pay the N30, 000 minimum wage if it cuts wastages in government, among other issues. What is your take on…
11 Dec 2018
A coalition of agitators under the aegis of Joint Revolutionary Council (JRC) and Mass Action in the Niger Delta yesterday accused President Muhammadu Buhari of abandoning the oil-rich region amid numerous promises by his administration. They described the last three years as most tortuous for the zone, stating that the Federal Government had virtually done…


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A cleric, Mr Gabriel Adarabioyo, has prayed that no life will be lost during the forthcoming governorship primaries by the various political parties in Ekiti.
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A hologram monument to one of India's most celebrated independence figures was illuminated on Sunday in a tribute to a nationalist leader who advocated violent resistance to colonial rule.
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President Muhammadu Buhari on Sunday gave a pep talk to the Super Eagles, ahead of their second-round match against Tunisia tonight in the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations
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Operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) have raided a relaxation centre, popularly called Garden in Abuja and arrested six persons for selling drug cookies and noodles.
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Ukraine said Sunday it would continue countering pro-Russian individuals and entities aiming to destabilise Ukraine after the UK accused Russia of looking to install