Mali: GATIA forces discovered four 107mm rockets yesterday about 11km east of Gao on the road towards Djebock

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22 May 2018
Security forces in Mogadishu are on high alert after they were informed that a car packed with explosives heading to on Maka AlMukarama road and some of the govt offices. An official said he is wondering how and why the car managed to pass through the city. Local media
US says 2 Al-Shabab fighters killed in airstrike; plus hunt is underway for escaped militants
15 dead in attack in DR Congo's troubled Kasai region: local leader
Mali: GATIA forces discovered four 107mm rockets yesterday about 11km east of Gao on the road towards Djebock2 month ago
Mali: GATIA forces discovered four 107mm rockets yesterday about 11km east of Gao on the road towards Djebock
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, who took office recently, announces a sweeping reshuffle that includes re-appointing Nhlanhla Nene, who was sacked by Jacob Zuma, as finance minister
2 month ago
Al-Shabab ambush on Somali govt forces reported near Fafahdhun town, in Gedo region: reports
The women jailed for 'witchcraft' in Central African Republic @AFP
South Africa's Ramaphosa announces sweeping cabinet reshuffle
Isis has killed a Somali police officer in Afgooye.
Presidency confirms there will be cabinet announcement at 8:30 PM
2 month ago
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari admits more than 100 missing schoolgirls have been 'abducted' Dapchi
2 month ago
Cameroon has deployed more troops to it's English speaking regions after another wave of attacks on public buildings and the kidnapping of military and government officials by suspected armed separatists
UN Security Council meeting on the situation in Burundi and the situation in Middle East
Sudan announces the return of its ambassador to Cairo early next month
2 month ago
Tanzania opposition MP jailed for five months for insulting president
Two people were killed during weekend marches in DRCongo calling for President Joseph Kabila to step down in the latest protests backed by the Catholic Church
Zimbabwe Citizens Alliance @DMwonzora says SADC, AU and the UN must guarantee elections to avoid a repeat of November 18 when the military intervened to 'save' a party of their liking - ZANU PF
Somali Prime Minister Hassan Ali Khaire has ordered his security forces to end insecurity in the capital, pledges full support for a new round of security operation set to begin tonight. He told newly appointed Cmdrs that he expects a "100% improvement" in security of Mogadishu
Al Shabab claim they have killed more than 80 Somali national army forces including two officers in twin blasts in Mogadishu on Friday evening- Pro Al Shabab news agency reports
South Africa's ANC says wants to allete impact of VAT hike on poor
2 month ago
Nigeria says 110 girls unaccounted for after Boko Haram attack
2 month ago
Roadside explosion hits KDF convoy travelling between Eel Wak and Busar towns, Gedo province. Casualties unknown. Al Shabab has claimed the responsibility
DR Congo ruling party supporters storm Kinshasa cathedral
The death toll from twin explosions in Mogadishu stands at 34 according to Madina hospital director
Death toll rises to 38 in Mogadishu bombings: ambulance service
Somalia Local sources confirm 5 al Shabaab suicide attackers killed at least 35 soldiers and officers including drivers and bodyguards in attack to Presidential palace and HQ of inte in Mogadishu
The authorities of Tunisia detained the vessel Ro-Ro Cargo Ural under the Panamanian flag from the Russian Novorossiysk to Cameroon with military trucks, BTRMs, as well as 24 containers with ammunition that were not declared2 month ago
The authorities of Tunisia detained the vessel Ro-Ro Cargo Ural under the Panamanian flag from the Russian Novorossiysk to Cameroon with military trucks, BTRMs, as well as 24 containers with ammunition that were not declared
At least 18 people dead and 20 others injured explosions near Presidential Palace. The AlShabaab claims the responsibility for the bomb attacks in Mogadishu
AlShabaab claims responsibility for the attacks against the Presidential Palace and the Somali intelligence structures.
Somali govt forces appear to have foiled a major Al-Shabab attack on the Presidential Palace, car bomb exploded at the Palace's 1st checkpoint. 1 militant still holed up in a building near Dhagahtur monument, at least 4 militants were involved in the attack: sources
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