April 16



April 15

  • Schoolgirls Abducted as Terrorists Strike Borno

    CAJ News

    Suspected Boko Haram sect members have reportedly abducted more than 100 students at a girl-only school in Borno State. Read more »

  • Gunmen Abduct At Least 100 Girls From School

    VOA

    Unidentified gunmen have kidnapped at least 100 girls from a school in northeastern Nigeria. Read more »

  • Scores of Girls Abducted From School By Suspected Islamist Rebels

    Deutsche Welle

    Suspected Islamist rebels have abducted at least 100 girls from a secondary school in Nigeria's northeast Borno state, according to local officials. The assailants are believed to... Read more »

  • Radio Show Produced By Darfuri Children Officially Launches [press release]

    Unamid

    On 15 April 2014 in El Fasher, North Darfur, UNAMID, in collaboration with the Ministry of Social Affairs, officially launched Voices of Children, the first Darfuri radio programme... Read more »

  • Team Liberia Returns Home

    NEWS

    Some of the world's famous and celebrated footballers of contemporary time came from street corners and other communities to catapult their talents through the global market of... Read more »

  • Kilifi Family Accepts Sh100,000 Compensation for Mauled Child

    The Star

    A family whose child was mauled by dogs a few weeks ago in Shariani village, Kilifi county have agreed to take a Sh100,000 compensation from their employer. The employer, Mohamed... Read more »

  • Protest At Youth and Sports Ministry

    Heritage

    Normal working activities were on Monday, April 13, 2014 disrupted at the Ministry of Youth and Sports (MYS) as a result of a "peaceful" protest staged by a group of youth on the... Read more »

  • Gunmen Abduct 100 Girls in Borno Seconday School

    Leadership

    Suspected Boko Haram insurgents on Tuesday abducted no fewer than 100 girls at the Senior Secondary School, Chibok, Borno, following a violent attack in the town. Read more »

  • LINSU Expresses Vote of No Confidence

    New Dawn

    The leadership of the Liberia National Student Union or LINSU has pronounced a vote of no confidence against the Minister of Education, Madam Etmonia Tarpeh. LINSU believes that... Read more »

  • Imo Youths to Hold Confab On Unemployment

    Leadership

    Youths in Imo State are to converge in Owerri, the state capital on April 24 to begin a two-day conference on finding solutions to the growing youth unemployment problem in the... Read more »

  • Youth Promote Peace Through Art

    New Times

    As Rwandans commemorate the 20th anniversary of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, hundreds of young people met in Kigali to learn about peace building and how art can be used to... Read more »

  • Latest - Girl Nails Friend's Rapist

    The Herald

    A nine-year-old girl from Chitungwiza nailed her friend's 56-year-old rapist after she reported the matter to policemen patrolling in their vicinity. Read more »

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