Blast on flight from Somalia was created by bomb

Blast on flight from Somalia was created by bomb

Impact on load up Daallo Airlines plane executed one man and tore opening in plane’s fuselage A blast that constrained an Airbus A321 to come back to the Somali capital for a crisis finding this week was most likely brought about by a bomb, US government sources have said. One man was killed in the impact on Tuesday on the Daallo Airlines plane. Authorities north of Mogadishu said the body of a man accepted to have been sucked through a gap in the fuselage made by the impact had been…

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Kidnapped Bangladeshi exile in South Africa safeguarded

Hijacked Bangladeshi exile in South Africa safeguarded

A Bangladeshi agent Kidnapped in South Africa has been safeguarded after the capture of a man in Dhaka and seizure of payoff cash from him, police say. Exile agent Md Shahidullah’s family paid Tk 500,000 in payoff after his snatching on Jan 2. On Jan 30, the family documented a case over tax evasion and Akbar Hossain, 29, was captured in Jatrabarhi amid examination concerning the case. Criminal Investigation Department (CID) discovered Tk 300,000 of the payment on him. The kidnapped agent was then safeguarded with the assistance of South African…

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50 executed as Boko Haram hits NE Nigeria town

Individuals stroll past smoldered houses after Boko Haram assaults at Dalori town on the edges of Maiduguri in northeastern Nigeria on January 31, 2016. Photograph: AFPAround 50 individuals were killed when Boko Haram contenders furnished with weapons and explosives assaulted a town in northeastern Nigeria, doctors and nearby inhabitants said on Sunday. It was the third savage assault to hit Nigeria’s fretful upper east since Wednesday, after suicide aircraft killed no less than 24 individuals in two separate assaults on towns toward the south. Nigeria’s armed force said the shooters…

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Suicide assault at business sector in northern Cameroon slaughters 32

Suicide aircraft focusing on a town in northern Cameroon killed 32 individuals and injured 66 on Monday, one of the most exceedingly bad assaults yet in the Central African country as it battles to contain viciousness faulted for Nigeria’s Boko Haram. State-possessed radio and nearby authorities said four blasts struck a bustling market and passageways to the town of Bodo, which outskirts the Islamist rebellion’s fortifications in northeastern Nigeria. A neighborhood authority, who said the loss of life could rise further as some of those take to healing center were…

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19 Killed in Somalia Shebab eatery assault

Somalia’s Islamist Shebab aggressors killed no less than 19 individuals when five shooters exploded a bomb before raging a famous ocean side eatery in the capital Mogadishu, police said Friday. “They murdered about 20 individuals, including ladies and youngsters,” Somali cop Mohamed Abdirahman said, depicting it as a “primitive and severe assault against blameless regular citizens”. The Lido shoreline zone in Mogadishu is occupied with eateries, incorporating upmarket foundations famous with specialists and diaspora Somalis who have returned home to the city. After a colossal blast, shooters burst into the…

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Half of Central African Republic’s People Facing Hunger Crisis: UN

The United Nations is warning of a hunger crisis in Central African Republic that is affecting half the country’s population. The UN World Food Program said Wednesday that some 2.5 million people in the conflict-ravaged country face hunger. The number has doubled in just one year, officials said. Central African Republic suffered through a brutal rebel regime and then waves of sectarian violence that has forced nearly 1 million people from their homes over the last three years. WFP deputy country director Guy Adoua said the instability has kept people…

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Nigerian minister claims $6.8bn of public funds stolen

Former governors, ministers and state employees accused of raiding the public purse as goverment kicks off anti-corruption campaign Scores of people, including former governors, cabinet ministers and government workers, stole $6.8bn from Nigeria’s public purse over seven years, the information minister has claimed. Lai Mohammed made the allegations as he kicked off a corruption awareness campaign appealing to Nigerians to join the fight. Endimic Corruption has enriched a small elite but left many Nigerians mired in poverty, despite the country being Africa’s top oil producer and having the continent’s biggest…

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