Johannes Hahn, the EU Enlargement Commissioner during his visit to Macedonian capital of Skopje pointed out the importance of elections scheduled for December 11, as the only way of solving the nation’s ongoing political crisis.
LAGOS, Nigeria — 21 of the schoolgirls abducted in April 2014 by Boko Haram in northeast town of Chibok, Borno State, have been released on October 13, 2016.
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — The Shuhda (martyred) Foundation has threatened the Pakistani government for not punishing alleged blasphemy convict, Asia Bibi, a Christian field worker who was registered for insulting the Prophet Muhammad.
NAIROBI, Kenya — The Kenyan doctor who was arrested last week in Malindi over allegations of being a terror suspect was on Thursday released by a Nairobi court for lack of evidence.
SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina — Several thousand citizens blocked the streets of Sarajevo in a mass protest, outraged over the tragic deaths of two college students that were killed by a reckless driver.
LAGOS, Nigeria — In what appears to be a similar development, which was earlier reported by ArmedPolitics , members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) were attacked during an Ashura procession leaving several of its members wounded, with nine dead on Wednesday October 12, 2016.
JUBA, South Sudan — The South Sudanese government has denied rumors that President Salva Kiir is dead. In a statement, South Sudan Presidential Spokesman, Ateny Wek Ateny describes the news as “another wishful thinking.”
NAIROBI, Kenya — Kenya might impose sanctions against South Sudan leaders who are frustrating the recently signed peace deal in the Africa’s newest nation.
KABUL, Afghanistan — At least 14 people have been killed, and 22 others wounded, when the Sakhi Shrine was attacked on Tuesday evening at 8pm local time. The attack took place when armed men entered the shrine after killing the security guard at the entrance.
The Afghan Interior Ministry spokesperson Sediq Seddiqi confirmed the attack, and …
After a visit to Kosovo, the European Commission’s Director General of Neighborhood and Enlargement Negotiations, Christian Danielsson reinstated two conditions for visa liberalization – the border agreement with Montenegro and fight against organized crime and corruption.