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Terrorists Target Uganda

Security intelligence in Uganda has revealed that terrorists are targeting Uganda, with attacks planned as the country prepares to celebrate its 50th independence anniversary. The...

Caught on Video: White Abortionist Talks of the “Ugly Black Babies”...

Charlotte abortionist Ashutosh Ron Virmani was caught on camera telling pro-life activists to “adopt one of those ugly Black babies.” Virmani’s comments came as he...

Somali and AU Forces March Toward Al Shabaab Stronghold

Somalia's Transitional Federal Government (TFG) troops alongside African Union forces successfully killed Al Shabaab agents while en route to Afgoye a town controlled by...

Ethiopian Troops Push Al-Shabaab Out of Another Somali Town

Ethiopian troops backed by tanks wrested control of a town in southern Somalia on Tuesday from the al Qaeda-linked al Shabaab terrorists. Addis Ababa sent...

Shearwater Resumes Victoria Falls Bunge Jumping

victoria Falls based Shearwater Adventures, which was forced to suspend bungee jumping after an Australian tourist's bungee cord snapped on New Year's Eve, says it has since resumed operations after investigations into the incident were completed. Australian tourist Erin Langworthy miraculously survived the jump after a bungee cord broke resulting in her falling into the Zambezi River from a height of 20 metres. She was then rescued by the bridge crew and a local medical response team after swimming to the Zimbabwean side of the river.

Human Intelligence Takes Center Stage In Kenya’s Battle With Al-Shabaab

AFRICANGLOBE - Kenyan soldiers and the Al-Shabaab militia are using locals in a bid to emerge victorious in the military operation in Somalia. The Kenyan troops are using humanitarian assistance to endear the Somalis as they gather intelligence on the Al-Shabaab while the terror group is using the locals as human shields.

Kenyan Military Has Al-Shabaab Terrorist On the Run in Southern Somalia

Kenyan troops operating in the southern part of the border with Somalia estimate that they have removed the Al-Shabaab from about 50 per cent of the area.

CIA, MOSSAD to Probe Nigeria's Security Agencies

Nigeiran President Goodluck Jonathan may have set up a probe committee primarily of Israeli and the United States of America (USA)-recommended intelligence officers to examine the entire Nigerian security apparatus.

Riots Erupted in Britain Over Police Involved Killing

Two police cars and a bus were set alight in north London on Saturday after a protest, which followed the killing of a 29-year-old man who was gunned down by police earlier this week, turned nasty.

The Economics of Somali Piracy

On May 5, 2009 the MV Victoria was sailing off the Gulf of Aden with a shipment of rice destined for Saudi Arabia when it was seized by Somali pirates. The crew of 11 Romanians then endured 75 days in captivity. After tense negotiations between the pirates and shipping company the shipping company agreed to pay a $1.95 million ransom (which was delivered by airdropping a package into the sea.)

Libya Owned Oil Company Anxiously Lobbies Ethiopian Govt Over Taxes

Managers of Libya Oil (Ethiopia) Ltd, a Mauritius registered oil distributor, have appealed to the Prime Minister's Office and the Director General of the Ethiopian Revenues and Customs Authority (ERCA), claiming that demand from the latter in dividend tax will force them to "surrender" their operation in the Ethiopian market

Air Nigeria to Restart International Operation

The long-haul flight service is coming as the airline consolidates after the full implementation of its turn-around strategy in the last one year and has also completely reappraised its product offering on the international routes.

Energy Partnerships Can Ensure Development Across Africa

The collaboration of African states on energy generation will ensure development of the continent, so said South Africa's Energy Minister Dipuo Peters said on Monday.

Killing Spree, 10 Killed During Arab Air Strikes in North Darfur

  Darfur peacekeepers reported yesterday that 10 people were killed during a recent air attack by the Sudanese army in the restive region of Darfur. The...