Fri, 26 Apr 2019

Aid Group Says Cameroon's Restive Regions Need More Help

DAKAR, SENEGAL - Tens of thousands of people are living in the bush without humanitarian aid in Cameroon after two ...

Gunmen Kill Female Polio Vaccinator in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD - Police in Pakistan say unknown gunmen shot dead a female polio vaccinator and wounded another Thursday, raising the ...

Female Polio Worker Killed In Pakistan

Pakistani officials say a female polio worker has been shot and killed in the country's southwest. Police said two men ...

Boko Haram threatens civilians' lives in Niger

The armed group Boko Haram appears to be using new tactics against civilians in the Lake Chad region. The United ...

How will clashes in Libya affect refugees hoping to reach Europe?

It's been three months since Abdi* went to Bani Walid, a town known to Libya's refugees and migrants as the ...

Exclusive - Gold Worth Billions Smuggled out of Africa

NAIROBI, KENYA - Billions of dollars' worth of gold is being smuggled out of Africa every year through the United ...

Police Officer Killed While Protecting Anti-Polio Team In Pakistan

Officials in Pakistan say a police officer who was escorting polio workers in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province was shot dead by ...

2019 Aurora Prize nominees announced

PanARMENIAN.Net - The Aurora Prize for Awakening Humanity 's Selection Committee has named three outstanding 2019 Aurora Humanitarians, recognized for ...

Scaremongering Video Undermines Anti-Polio Drive in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD - Police in northwestern Pakistan have detained a man and are hunting down his suspected associates for spreading unfounded ...

Oil extends rally as US ends waivers allowing Iranian imports

Oil extended gains after leaping to a six-month high on Monday as the US said it'll no longer give any ...

Cameroon conflict produces mounting humanitarian needs - NRC

The Norwegian Refugee Council is alarmed by soaring humanitarian needs in English-speaking regions of Cameroon. When brutal fighting displaces hundreds ...

NBA bars members from handling kidnap cases in Edo - P.M. News

The Benin Branch of the Nigeria Bar Association (NBA), on Thursday, barred its members from handling cases of kidnapping. ...

NULGE President, Titilola-Sodo, Emerges Oyo NLC Chairman - P.M. News

Gbenro Adesina-Ibadan The Chairman of Oyo State Chapter of the Nigeria Union of Local Government Employees, NULGE, Comrade Bayo Titilola-Sodo ...

Police identify kidnapped Chinese in Ebonyi - P.M. News

The Ebonyi Police Command has revealed the identities of two Chinese kidnapped at a road construction site in Ohaozara Local ...

Minimum wage- Well not accept anything below N30,000 from governors Labour - P.M. News

The Organised labour on Thursday warned that no state chapter of labour movement would accept any renegotiation for downward review ...

Tonto Dikeh exposes Nollywood actresses, says they share men, clothes - P.M. News

Tonto Dikeh is set to stir a new controversy by saying Nollywood actresses share the same men, clothes and movies. ...

IPMAN inaugurates West Zone caretaker executives - P.M. News

The Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) has inaugurated new caretaker officials that would oversee the affairs of the ...

Pastor Chris Oyakhilomes ex-wife shares post on dead marriage - P.M. News

It appears that Pastor Chris Oyakhilomes ex-wife, Anita is finally letting out some truths on their failed marriage which produced ...

African Drum Festival- Nigerian Govt. reiterates continuous support - P.M. News

The Federal Government on Thursday reiterated its support for the continuous promotion of the African Drums Festival in order to ...

AfDB signs $50m agreement with Natixis - P.M. News

The African Development Bank (AfDB) has signed a 50 million dollars Risk Participation Agreement (RPA) with investment and corporate bank ...

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Libyan clashes causing untold grief for civilians

TRIPOLI, Libya - Civlians are still being killed and injured since fighting began near the Libyan capital Tripoli nearly 3 ...

African countries still hesitant about open skies ? expert

Some African countries which signed the Single African Air Transport Market agreement are still hesitant about it, according to Chris ...

Umpires named for CWC 2019, 1 South African included

Cape Town - The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced the appointments of 16 umpires for for the league phase ...

Pitso: A coach who loses and smiles is going to get sacked

Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane says he will never be afraid to voice his views when it ...

Life in Gauteng is improving ? but big challenges remain

More than 14 million people live in South Africa's economic hub, the Gauteng City-Region. That's 25% of the country's population. ...

INSIDE LABOUR: On chicken, dumping, and union power

The cut-price Dutch are back again. After a rather lengthy hiatus caused by bird flu bans on exports, poultry from ...

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