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Egypt tour bus collision kills 33 near Sharm El-Sheikh

BBC News: Two tour buses have collided near Sharm El-Sheikh in Egypt’s Sinai peninsula, leaving 33 people dead and 41 injured, officials say. One of the vehicles overturned in the…

Boko Haram ‘control police academy’

BBC News: Northern Nigeria’s riot police training academy has been overrun by Boko Haram Islamist militants, a witness in Borno state has told the BBC. Shots were heard after the…

Ebola crisis: Liberian troops impose slum quarantine

Security forces in Liberia’s capital Monrovia have deployed to enforce a quarantine in a large slum area in order to contain the spread of Ebola. The move set off protests…

Ferguson USA: 31 arrested as huge show of force fails to quell unrest

Racism in USA and Universal Brotherhood in Islam Another night of chaos 10 days after shooting of Michael Brown by police in Missouri dashes hopes of easing crisis Share 266 Rory…

Congo-Kinshasa: Robinson – Monusco Showing “More Robust” Role in Combating Sexual Violence

On Monday, United Nations Special Envoy for the Great Lakes region of Africa Mary Robinson said UN forces will be “more robust” in addressing sexual violence and conflict in the…

Libya crisis: Unidentified planes ‘bomb’ Tripoli

BBC News: Unidentified war planes may have carried out overnight air strikes on the Libyan capital Tripoli, according to local media. READ MORE…  …

Africa, the new outpost of terrorism

While the eyes of the world are on Iraq, where all the mistakes of a disastrous American policy (also towards counterterrorism) are clearly seen, it is another part of the…

Kenya’s anti-terror unit guilty of abuses, says HRW

Kenya’s Western-funded anti-terrorism unit has carried out a series of killings and “enforced disappearances” during its fight against militant Islamists, a rights group says. READ MORE…  …

Unidentified war planes bomb Libyan capital’s militant positions

Unidentified war planes flew over the Libyan capital, Tripoli, early Monday, followed by sounds of explosions before the situation abruptly returned to peace, according to witnesses. Reuters reports a local…

Chadian soldiers ‘rescue 85 Nigerians from Boko Haram’

Reports are emerging of the rescue by Chadian troops of some 85 Nigerian villagers abducted earlier this week by suspected Boko Haram militants. A Nigerian SECURITY official told AFP that they had…

Nigeria: Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at cancels all Islamic conferences of the Islamic organisation

Source: mydailynewswatchng.com …Pledges to combat the outbreak As the cases of people contracting Ebola virus rises in Nigeria, the Amir Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at, Nigeria, Dr. Mashuud Fashola has cancelled all Islamic…

Robert Fisk: Jailed in Geneva – the colonel who stood up against Mubarak, but refused to spy for the Swiss His defence of Christian Copts made him a thorn in the side of Egypt’s regime. But when he fled, Colonel Ghanem found himself in an equally dangerous game.

By Robert Fisk, The Independent Note by the Editor: This article dates back to 2012, but as Colonel el-Ghanem appears to be still in jail in Geneva we are pulishing…

Liberia: Ahmadiyya Muslims Present Checks to Fight Ebola

All Africa — The Ahmadiyya Muslim Association in the United Kingdom has donated two checks, totaling ten thousand British Pounds (£10,000.00) to the government of Liberia to assist in the…

Boko Haram suspected of abducting more than 50 Nigerian villagers

Residents of a Nigerian village on the shore of Lake Chad say at least 50 residents are missing after a raid by suspected Boko Haram militants. A witness told the…

Nigeria: Inter-faith conference mulls over Boko Haram

Ahmadiyya Inter-Faith Conference: Muslims, Christians, others mull over Boko Haram on August 08, 2014 By Haroon I Balogun  Adherents of various beliefs last week rose from inter-faith conference organised by…

Nigeria: Ahmadiyya Nigeria Demands Enquiry Into Killing of Three Infants In Gujranwala

Source: starconnectmedia.com The Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat Nigeria has demanded for an urgent enquiry into the killing of three Ahmadiyya female members including an eight month old infant in arson attack in…

How Will Radical Islam Affect Development In Africa?

According to the AP, at the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit on Tuesday U.S. President Barack Obama announced $14 Billion USD in investment commitments from U.S. companies including such heavyweights as General…

Boko Haram crisis: Nigeria soldiers’ wives protest

The wives of Nigerian soldiers have protested against their husbands being sent to fight militant Islamist group Boko Haram, a demonstrator has said. The protest at the main military barracks…

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