Day: October 25, 2018

55 Killed In Communal Violence In Nigeria

The Nigerian government has said that at least 55 people have been killed in an eruption of communal violence in the Kasuwan Magani area in the north-central state of Kaduna. Twenty-two people were involved in the fatal clashes between two communities that inhabit the region. In a statement on Saturday,

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Egypt Sentences Three To Death For Attacks On Police

A Cairo Court has sentenced three men to death for their involvement in attacks on policemen in Egypt. According to U.S. News and World Report, the three men were convicted of killing at least ten policemen and attempting to kill more in a series of attacks between August 2013 and

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Australian PM Considering Embassy Move To Jerusalem

Australia’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison has drawn controversy by announcing an interest in moving Australia’s embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, while speaking at the Parliament House last week (October 16th) . This came about as the government discussed ideas to achieve a two-state solution between Israel and Palestine, as well as

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Deadly Shooting At Polytechnic College In Crimea

On Wednesday, October 17th, eighteen-year-old Vladislav Roslyakov opened fire at the Kerch Polytechnic College in Crimea before fatally shooting himself. Roslyakov was enrolled at the college as a fourth-year student. In addition to shooting victims with a hunting rifle, he also used home-made bombs. The attack began with an explosion

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Afghanistan Wants To See Change Through Democracy

In the past couple of weeks, Afghan officials with the help of U.S. troops have been securing voting centers for Afghan citizens to place ballots on election day, October 20th. More than 4 million have cast their ballots including women, CNN News reports. According to CNN News since the 2014

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