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.
A state of emergency has been declared in Ethiopia for the first time in 25 years following ongoing anti-government protests by the country’s two largest ethnic groups, which have at times turned violent.
MOMBASA, Kenya — Four terror suspects were arraigned in a Kenyan court on Tuesday in the coastal city of Mombasa over links with the Al Shabaab and the Islamic State militant groups.
KABUL, Afghanistan — The Afghanistan Times editor-in-chief, Abdul Saboor Sarir was injured when he was attacked by unknown gunmen in the capital city, on Sunday late evening (local time).
The journalist’s laptop and cellphones were snatched by the gunmen after beating him with a “gun butt”. He was taken to a local hospital for treatment.
NAIROBI, Kenya — On Monday a Nairobi court in Kenya detained a terror suspect for three more days in an effort to allow police to complete investigations over the man’s alleged links with terror group, Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
LAGOS, Nigeria — Nnamdi Kanu, leader of one of southeast Nigeria’s separatist movements, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has filed a fresh law suit against both the Federal Government of Nigeria and Department of States Services (DSS).
KABUL, Afghanistan — An Afghan National Army helicopter crashed in Baghlan province when it was on its way to supply logistics, Taliban spokesman claims the attack, whereas the Afghan Defense Ministry says it was a technical fault that resulted in a crash, on Sunday (early morning).
Daulat Waziri the Afghan Defense Ministry spokesperson told media groups that …
NANGARHAR, Afghanistan — The U.S. coalition forces confirmed today’s improvised explosive device (IED) attack on their vehicle in Nangarhar’s Behsud district.
LAGOS, Nigeria — A series of raids were carried out in an operation targeting judges accused of corruption by operatives of Department of State Services (DSS), a Nigerian intelligence unit, in collaboration with the police, during the night of Friday 7 October, continuing on the morning of Saturday 8 October.
KHOST, Afghanistan — Malik Muhammad Omer Khan Wazir, a tribal elder in his 60s from Pakistan’s Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) killed by unknown gunmen in Khost province on Thursday.
Omer Khan Wazir left his ancestral district of North Waziristan with fellow tribal members when Pakistan’s army launched the Zarb e Azb operation some two years …