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  • Kenya: Fight Terrorism for Tourism Growth - Kenyatta

    The Star

    President Uhuru Kenyatta has called for a collective responsibility to end terrorism in the country, which he said has derailed the growth of the tourism sector. Read more »

  • Egypt: Interior Minister Meets New British Ambassador Over Security Cooperation

    Egypt Online

    Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim met on Friday 24/10/2014 with UK's new Ambassador to Egypt John Casson at the start of his tenure in Cairo. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Terrorism - Army Sends GOC to Office

    Vanguard

    As the military onslaught to dislodge Boko Haram enters a new stage, and the agreement between the Federal Government and Boko Haram sect is breached severally, the Army High... Read more »

  • Kenya: 'Oppression' By States Fuels Radicalism, Says COTU Boss

    The Star

    World leaders must interrogate the cause of radicalisation, the Central Organisation of Trade Unions secretary general Francis Atwoli has said. Read more »

  • Kenya: Lamu Curfew Should Go On, Say Reps and MP Ndengwa

    The Star

    A section of Lamu MCAs and an MP have opposed the push by some leaders to lift the dusk-to-dawn curfew. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Boko Haram Spokeperson - Chibok Girls May Soon Regain Freedom

    This Day

    The purported Secretary General of terrorist Boko Haram sect, Danladi Ahmadu, who represented the group and negotiated the recent ceasefire agreement with the Nigerian government,... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Terrorism - Court Rejects Full Secret Trial for Ndume

    Daily Trust

    A federal high court sitting in Abuja has rejected an application by the Attorney-General of the Federation for full secret trial of Senator Ali Ndume who is being tried for... Read more »

  • Somalia: U.S. Govt Warns its Citizens Against Travelling to Somalia

    Dalsan Radio

    US Department of State for Foreign Affairs said that US citizens should not travel to Somalia due to a safety concern. This is not the first time US Government warned its people... Read more »

  • Nigeria: FG Was Desperate, Ill-Advised, Hasty - Ekhomu

    Independent (Lagos)

    Dr. Ona Ekhomu, a security expert and President of Association of Industrial Security and Safety Operators of Nigeria (AISSON), in this interview with Senior Correspondent, EKENE... Read more »

  • Nigeria: The Noi Polls and a Resurgent Jonathan

    Independent (Lagos)

    President Goodluck Jonathan has taken quite a few knocks. That is the unalloyed truth; Boko Haram; the Chibok girls abduction; an unenviable record as the first President in... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Boko Haram - a Truce Gone Awry

    Independent (Lagos)

    Nigeria's Chief of Defence Staff, Alex Badeh could have sworn to high heavens he was conveying some piece of good news when last week he announced that the Federal Government had... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Politics and Religion in Boko Haram Narrative

    Independent (Lagos)

    Last week featured two separate developments that would yet draw attention to easily or more readily ignored issues of religion and politics in the narrative of Boko Haram.... Read more »



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