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BAHAMAS INTENSIFY EFFORTS TO FIND THOSE MISSING

13 September 2019
BAHAMAS INTENSIFY EFFORTS TO FIND THOSE MISSING

  Bahamas Prime Minister, Hubert Minnis says he has no words to describe the tragedy of Hurricane Dorian which battered the Caribbean island with windspeeds of up to 320 kilometres per hour. More than a week after the category 5 hurricane, part...

PEACE ONLY WAY OUT OF HK VIOLENCE AFTER EXPERIENCING 130 PROTESTS

13 September 2019
PEACE ONLY WAY OUT OF HK VIOLENCE AFTER EXPERIENCING 130 PROTESTS

  Chairwoman of the Hong Kong Federation for Women, has called for a rational and peaceful way to resolve Hong Kong’s problems as the 42nd Session of the Human Rights Council meets in Geneva. Pansy Ho Chiu-king, said in the 95 days beginn...

NIGERIANS FLEE SOUTH AFRICA AFTER VIOLENCE & LOOTING

13 September 2019
NIGERIANS FLEE SOUTH AFRICA AFTER VIOLENCE & LOOTING

  Over a hundred Nigerians fleeing South Africa arrived at Lagos airport last night. The private Nigerian airline, Air Peace – left South Africa at 3pm after an 8 hour long biometric verification process by the country's immigration servi...

THREE ARRESTED FOR MURDER OF OFFICER IN CAPE TOWN

13 September 2019
THREE ARRESTED FOR MURDER OF OFFICER IN CAPE TOWN

  Minister of Police, Bheki Cele visited the families of the slain police member, as well as the officer recovering from Sunday’s attack in the cape flats. Speaking to the media after the visit he shared his relief at the fact that the su...

MURDER HAS INCREASED BY 3.4% IN SOUTH AFRICA

13 September 2019
MURDER HAS INCREASED BY 3.4% IN SOUTH AFRICA

  The SAPS has revealed in its recent crime stats from April last year until March 2019 –that murder increased by 3.4%. Most victims of murder were killed with firearms and knives. 60% of all murders in the country took place on a weekend...

HURRICANE DORIAN EVACUEES RECALL EXPERIENCE

11 September 2019
HURRICANE DORIAN EVACUEES RECALL EXPERIENCE

  Bahamas authorities have set up an evacuation center to help victims of Hurricane Dorian that ripped through the island killing at least 50 people. Evacuees and rescue workers widely expect the number to climb higher as more bodies are pulled...

TUNISIANS UNSTABLE AHEAD OF ELECTIONS

11 September 2019
TUNISIANS UNSTABLE AHEAD OF ELECTIONS

  Tunisians remain unstable as poverty, unemployment and poor services have undermined trust in the new democratic politics following Tunisia’s revolution eight years ago. For many people Tunisia’s “Arab Spring” has made...

JUDGES FROM AFRICA DISCUSS PLIGHT OF REFUGEES

11 September 2019
JUDGES FROM AFRICA DISCUSS PLIGHT OF REFUGEES

  At least 100 judges and decision-makers from 20 countries in Africa gathered at the Africa Chapter of the International Association of Refugee and Migration Judges, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 1969 OAU Convention dealing with R...

ARAB LEAGUE CONDEMNS NETANYAHU’S PLAN TO ANNEX JORDAN VALLEY

11 September 2019
ARAB LEAGUE CONDEMNS NETANYAHU’S PLAN TO ANNEX JORDAN VALLEY

  Arab foreign ministers have condemned a plan by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to annex the Jordan Valley, a large swathe of the occupied West Bank, THAT’S if he wins a closely contested election just a week away. The Arab Le...

POLICE ATTACKED IN NORTHERN IRELAND WITH PETROL BOMBS

11 September 2019
POLICE ATTACKED IN NORTHERN IRELAND WITH PETROL BOMBS

  Dozens of petrol bombs were thrown at police vehicles on Monday in Nothern Ireland. Two young people were burned as they took part in the attack on a police cordon at the scene. There has been an increase in attacks in recent months, raising...

STAMPEDE IN IRAQ

11 September 2019
STAMPEDE IN IRAQ

  At least 31 people died and another 100 were wounded yesterday during a stampede on the day of ashura, the 10th day of muharram in Iraq’s southern city of Kerbala. The death toll released by the Iraqi health ministry was expected to ris...

RESCUE TEAMS CONTINUE SEARCH FOR BODIES

11 September 2019
RESCUE TEAMS CONTINUE SEARCH FOR BODIES

  Rescue workers continue to search for bodies and survivors in hurricane-ravaged Bahamas as relief agencies worked to deliver food and supplies, crossing over flooded roads and piles of debris. Large swaths of the island were destroyed and inf...

U.S HALTS TALKS WITH TALIBAN

11 September 2019
U.S HALTS TALKS WITH TALIBAN

  The United States government has threatened to halt peace negotiations with the Taliban after a series of attacks targeting foreign personnel in the capital, Kabul. Twelve people, including a U.S. soldier were killed in a car bomb attack in t...

EU REJECTS U.S. POLICY ON CUBA

11 September 2019
EU REJECTS U.S. POLICY ON CUBA

  The EU’s Commissioner for Foreign Affairs and Security, Federica Mogherini has spelled out the European Union’s position on Cuba-US relations, saying that the EU rejects the U.S. policy towards Cuba. The Trump administration activ...

HONG KONG LEADER CALLS FOR DIALOGUE

11 September 2019
HONG KONG LEADER CALLS FOR DIALOGUE

  Hong Kong Chief Executive, Carrie Lam has pledged to open channels of communication with protesters and asked for further violence to stop. Lam pledged dialogue after three months of unrest, and withdrew the controversial bill that triggered...

BRITISH AIRWAYS CANCELS 1,700 FLIGHTS AS PILOTS EMBARK ON A STRIKE

11 September 2019
BRITISH AIRWAYS CANCELS 1,700 FLIGHTS AS PILOTS EMBARK ON A STRIKE

  British Airways (BA) pilots began a two-day strike on Monday (September 9), grounding nearly all of its flights and disrupting thousands of passengers in a dispute over pay. The airline, part of the International Airlines Group (IAG), cancell...

BUSINESS OWNERS LEFT DEVASTATED FOLLOWING SPATE OF LOOTING IN JO’BURG CBD

11 September 2019
BUSINESS OWNERS LEFT DEVASTATED FOLLOWING SPATE OF LOOTING IN JO’BURG CBD

  Many local and foreign nationals with business in the Johannesburg CBD are disappointed about the damages to properties inside and outside after the recent spate of violence and looting engulfed the area. Not only South Africans have suffered...

SEARCH CONTINUES FOR SURVIVORS IN BAHAMAS

10 September 2019
SEARCH CONTINUES FOR SURVIVORS IN BAHAMAS

  Bahamas officials have denied reports that people were being forcefully evacuated following the devastating hurricane that left destruction and mayhem behind. Search and rescue teams were still pulling bodies from the wreckage across the isla...

UK-FLAGGED TANKER EXPECTED TO LEAVE IRAN

10 September 2019
UK-FLAGGED TANKER EXPECTED TO LEAVE IRAN

  Iran’s media have reported that the British-flagged oil tanker, Stena Impero, seized by Iran near the Straight of Hormuz could be freed after the completion of legal proceedings against the tanker. Iran accused the tanker of violating I...

AFGHAN GOVT SAY TALKS WITH TALIBAN MEANINGLESS IF VIOLENCE

10 September 2019
AFGHAN GOVT SAY TALKS WITH TALIBAN MEANINGLESS IF VIOLENCE

  The Afghan government has rejected any future peace talks with the Taliban saying continuing with peace talks would be meaningless as long as the Taliban continues to commit atrocities. Meanwhile, the Taliban said in the event of an agreement...

KUWAIT’S EMIR RECUPERATES IN U.S. HOSPITAL

10 September 2019
KUWAIT’S EMIR RECUPERATES IN U.S. HOSPITAL

  Kuwait’s 90-year-old Emir Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah is reportedly doing well in a U.S. hospital after falling ill last month from an unspecified illness. Emir Sheikh al-Sabah has ruled oil rich Kuwait since 2006 and steered its for...

SAUDI KING ISSUES DECREE ON UMRAH VISA FEES, INCLUDES CANCELLATION OF REPEAT UMRAH FEES

10 September 2019
SAUDI KING ISSUES DECREE ON UMRAH VISA FEES, INCLUDES CANCELLATION OF REPEAT UMRAH FEES

  Saudi Arabia’s King Salman has issued a royal decree restructuring, Hajj and transit visas. The decree includes the cancellation of repeat Umrah fees. Saudi minister for Hajj and Umrah, Dr. Mohammad Salih Bentin announced that the royal...

VIOLENCE ERUPTS ANEW IN JO’BURG

10 September 2019
VIOLENCE ERUPTS ANEW IN JO’BURG

  Another round of violence and looting erupted in Johannesburg yesterday, September 8th. 2 fatalities and 5 injuries have reportedly resulted from the clash between security forces and looters. Riot police fired stun grenades and rubber-coated...

INDIA 'SOWING SEEDS OF WAR' - PAKISTANI MILITARY

05 September 2019
INDIA 'SOWING SEEDS OF WAR' - PAKISTANI MILITARY

  Pakistan's military spokesman announced that India's actions in disputed Kashmir were endangering regional peace, after New Delhi revoked the autonomy of Indian Kashmir last month. Major General Asif Ghafoor, chief spokesm...

GOOGLE FINED $170 MLN FOR COLLECTING DATA ON KIDS

05 September 2019
GOOGLE FINED $170 MLN FOR COLLECTING DATA ON KIDS

  Google, which is owned by Alphabet Inc , and its YouTube video service will pay $170 million to settle allegations that it broke federal law by collecting personal information about children. The Federal Trade Commission said YouTube had been...

SA EMBASSY IN NIGERIA CLOSES CITING SAFETY CONCERNS

05 September 2019
SA EMBASSY IN NIGERIA CLOSES CITING SAFETY CONCERNS

  The South African embassy in Lagos, Nigeria, remains temporarily closed after coming under attack. The Department of International Relations and Cooperation (Dirco) says it is closed out of concern for the safety of staff. While the embassy r...

NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT BOYCOTTS WEF

05 September 2019
NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT BOYCOTTS WEF

  Nigeria’s Minister of Foreign Affairs has confirmed that Nigeria will not be participating at the World Economic Forum on Africa in Cape Town. A local station in Nigerian aired the announcement. The South African Department of Internati...

PROTESTS CONTINUE IN CAPE TOWN AGAINST GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE IN SA

05 September 2019
PROTESTS CONTINUE IN CAPE TOWN AGAINST GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE IN SA

Gender-based violence demonstrators are protesting outside Parliament today. The protestors had gathered yesterday outside the World Economic Forum on Africa. Ten people were reportedly taken into custody amid the chaotic protests.  Police used...

KIDNAPPERS OF AMY-LEE GET NABBED

05 September 2019
KIDNAPPERS OF AMY-LEE GET NABBED

  Three suspects were arrested last night in connection with the kidnapping of 6-year-old Amy Lee de Jager. Two women aged 27 years and 40 years as well as a 50-year-old man were arrested at their homes in Vanderbijlpark. Amy Lee was kidnapped...

INDIAN AUTO INDUSTRY FEEL GLOBAL ECONOMIC SLUMP

05 September 2019
INDIAN AUTO INDUSTRY FEEL GLOBAL ECONOMIC SLUMP

  The Indian automobile industry, which was considered the world’s fastest growing sector in India has fallen into recession, as sales of passenger vehicles to car dealers plunged to 30.9% in July. The domino effects is also being felt ac...

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