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United Nations special envoy for Libya has warned that the battle for Tripoli is “just the start of a long and bloody war,” as militants loyal to Saudi/UAE-backed renegade general Khalifa Haftar continue an offensive to seize the Libyan capital. “I am no Cassandra, but the violence on the outskirts of Tripoli is just the […]Continue Reading
Disgraced Former Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe’s Secret Payments to Israeli election rigging company exposed. According to the confidential documents obtained by the Zimbabwe mail publication, it has been revealed that the former president Robert Mugabe’s government made a series of secret payments to a company linked to controversial Israeli firm Nikuv, which has Continue Reading
The Eritrean Foreign Minister, Osman Saleh and the presidential advisor Yemane Ghebreab held a “fruitful” meeting with the head of Sudan’s Transitional Military Council (TMC), Lt. Gen. Abdel Fattah al- Burhan and expressed hopes that political change in Sudan would positively impact relations between the two neighbouring countries. The Eritrean delegates, who Continue Reading
The Saudi Arabia government has deposited $250 million into the Sudan central bank account as part of the promised three billion dollars assistance package by the later and the United Arab Emirates in support for the Sudanese economy after the ousting of for president Omar al-Bashir. “The (Saudi) Ministry of Finance has deposited SAR 937,500,000 […]Continue Reading
The “Bronze Bomber” as he is commonly know just took 2 minutes 17 Seconds to knockout Dominic Breazeale and defend his WBC championship for the Ninth time in arow. The two heavy weight bout came about after exchanging some nasty words between the two. With Wilder mentioning he wants to see the body in the […]Continue Reading
Known for its widespread human rights violations globally, Saudi Arabi is currently the world leading importer of arms from the year 2014 to 2018 which accounts for about 12 percent of imports an increase of 192 percent over the period of 2009-2013 according to the latest report by Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). According […]Continue Reading
Cape Town to hosts the 2019 African Utility Week from May 14th– 16th African Utility Week dedicated to Africans, is a gathering of professionals from the water, electricity and energy sectors in Africa, with discussions focused production, distribution and storage of energy in the continent. The event, taking place in conjunction with PowerGen Africa, will […]Continue Reading
Following the just concluded 2nd BRI forum in Beijing, China has come out to strongly defend its project stating that the Chinese government is “fed up” with complaints from the United States about its Belt and Road programme to re-create the old Silk Road. The Thursday May 9th 2019 statement was made following tough criticism […]Continue Reading
Threats of War Loom as Iran Reduces Compliance with International Nuclear Pact Recent events seem to indicate a growing possibility for serious war looming in the Middle East as the top Western world giant continues to viciously indict some of the nations with growing powers in the region. The United States of America (USA) under […]Continue Reading
The Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF), Africa’s foremost champion of entrepreneurship, will host its 5th Annual Forum — the largest annual gathering of African entrepreneurs – on July 26 – 27, 2019. The two-day event will take place at the iconic Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja. The Forum is the culmination of the annual Tony Elumelu Foundation […]Continue Reading
European shares were deep in the red on Monday after U.S. President Donald Trump unexpectedly ratcheted up trade tensions between the world’s largest economies by vowing to hike tariffs on Chinese goods by this week, prompting investors to flee riskier bets. The pan-European STOXX 600 index had shed 1.4 percent by 0845 GMT, its steepest […]Continue Reading
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and U.S. President Donald Trump are set to talk on Monday and discuss projectiles fired by North Korea according to the national broadcaster NHK. North Korea fired several “unidentified short-range projectiles” into the sea off its east coast on Saturday, prompting the South to urge its communist neighbour to “stop […]Continue Reading
Jordan won’t be referred to the U.N. Security Council for its failure to arrest Sudanese war crimes suspect Omar al-Bashir in 2015, the International Criminal Court said on Monday, reversing an earlier decision. In a split ruling, the 5-judge panel found that Jordan should have arrested Bashir, but its failure to do so was not […]Continue Reading
The Transitional Military Council is set to give its response about the structures of the transitional institutions proposed by the freedom and change forces. Last week the opposition presented a draft handed outlining the duties of the Transitional Council without giving any specification of who to chair and the role and powers of the sovereignty […]Continue Reading
Its Reported about 15 of ISIS fighters attacked the main headquarters of the Libyan National Army (LNA) in the southern Libyan city of Sabha in the early hours of May 4. The terrorist group’s news agency, Amaq, claimed that 16 personnel of the Libya National Army were killed and injured in the hit and run […]Continue Reading
According to our Reliable Source The UK Immediate Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson and its National Security Council,the UK think tank tasked with overseeing all issues National defense and Intelligence coordination hatched a well documented plan for Regime change since 2016 to overthrow the Governments of both Kenya, Nigeria, Egypt, Zimbabwe and Uganda. Leaked documets Continue Reading
The African Union has asked the Sudan military rulers to hand over power to a civilian-led transitional authority within 60 days. The African body, expressed disappointment that the that the military had not stepped aside and handed power to civilians within a 15-day period set by the AU last month. However, according to the AU, […]Continue Reading
Following weeks of civil defiance protests by the climate group Extinction Rebellion with the aim of raising awareness and pressuring the government into finding lasting solutions to the current global climate crisis, Britain’s parliament declared a symbolic climate change “emergency” in a nod to the increasingly vocal activist movement. According to the Government Climate Continue Reading