Military will definitely account for bombing – Max Gbanite
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31 Aug 2020
Darul Salam has now been designated a terrorist group by the Nigerian military authorities. 410 members of the group surrendered to security forces in Uttu in Nasarawa state after the exchange of gunfire.
26 Oct 2020
Guards prevented the bomber from entering the building so he detonated his explosive outside, officials said. Afghanistan has seen an uptick in attacks during peace talks with the Taliban to end decades of conflict.
14 Dec 2020
Nigeria's president says the military have located and exchanged fire with gunmen who kidnapped potentially hundreds of students from a school in the country's north-west.
5 Jan 2021
'Look into the plights of IDPs', Governor Zulum appeals to NEMA
12 Jan 2021
Plights of IDPs: Shortage of food hits displaced persons in Edo
28 Jan 2021
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has, finally, replaced the long-serving military chiefs long after critics and groups called for their sack owing to their inability to curb the growing insecurity in the country. The Guardian’s Senior Security Correspondent, Sunday Odita gives his take on the “highly long overdue” changes in this chat with Adetoke ‘Laolu-Ogunranti.
30 Jan 2021
As Nigeria battles a domestic insurgency and wilting trust in its armed forces, President Buhari's overhaul has exposed exasperation with the military's ineffectiveness to guarantee security for the country.
3 Feb 2021
Governor Ishaku seeks support from Federal Government in returning IDPs home
9 Feb 2021
The attack took place shortly after negotiators failed to end a stalemate over the selection of a new president. Islamist terror group Al-Shabaab took responsibility for the attack near the town of Dhusamareeb.
22 Feb 2021
How Nigerian military aircraft King Air 350 crashed in Abuja
29 Mar 2021
Suicide bombers have struck outside a Catholic church in the Indonesian city of Makassar on Palm Sunday, injuring more than a dozen people. President Widodo said he "strongly condemned this act of terror."
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Whether you like it or not, the term "woke" has entered our vocabulary. Born out of the anti-racist struggles of African Americans in the 1950s, it initially meant awake or politically aware. More recently, its meaning has morphed into a derogatory term, often used by right-wing commentators, for people who fight for a cause. Here in France, the term le wokisme is also emerging, but nearly always in its negative connotation. In Perspective, we spoke to Alex Mahoudeau, author of "La panique woke, anatomie d'une offensive réactionnaire", or "Woke panic, anatomy of a reactionary offensive".
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Josep Borrell, the EU's foreign policy chief has called for Russia to end its blockade of Ukrainian ports. His comments come ahead of a meeting of the bloc's 27 foreign ministers.
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The European Commission has recommended candidate status for Ukraine. Just over three months after being invaded by Russia, Kyiv has cleared the first hurdle on the road to membership.
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Strong inflation headwinds could deny Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro a second term, with the incumbent also facing a new corruption scandal. Lula says citizens want to "get rid" of the current government.
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Relatives of murdered Congolese independence hero Patrice Lumumba attend a sombre ceremony in Brussels as Belgium returns his tooth. It's all that remains of him after his assassination in 1961. Also, Kenya has no reproductive health legislation but the public is going to have its say on a regional bill that could make a big difference to national sexual health services. And the refugee status of hundreds of thousands of Ivorians who fled post-electoral violence in the country in 2011 is coming to an end.