Rebels clash with Congolese soldiers in transit camp




Sylvain Muyali

Soliders from the Congolese army (FARDC) earlier this week clashed with Rwandan Hutu rebels (FDLR) held in the Kanyabayonga transit camp in the eastern province of North Kivu in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

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Borno refreshes hope as Buhari takes over presidency




Ibrahim Sawab

The Borno state government has said that it is in a very good position to refresh hope and confidence and celebrate the emergence of a new government of Muhammadu Buhari, who takes the oath of office today as President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

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Nuclear Security Blunders




Sabena Siddiqi

Nuclear weapon security is usually handled by different agencies from those that manage civilian safety mainly to maintain secrecy. The ultimate security threat is thought to be from terrorist groups, but the number of times breaches in nuclear security transpire is simply staggering.

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An irrational Khan




Sattar Rind

The head of Pakistan’s Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party Imran Khan, a cricketer turned philanthropist and politician has without doubt proved himself to not only be inflexible but pretentious also, having no link or rapport with political logic or sensibility, in this writer’s opinion.

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Journalist arrested following story on Ugandan minister




Robert Ssewankambo

Alex Bukhumune, a journalist for the Ugandan newspaper Red Pepper, was last week arrested and detained for investigating a story involving the State Minister for Energy, Ronald James Du’janga. Continue reading “Journalist arrested following story on Ugandan minister”