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Nigeria: Fulani Jihadists Kill 45 Christian Farmers in ‘Barbaric’ Attack

Jihadist Fulani terrorists killed at least 45 largely Christian Tiv farmers in central Nigeria’s Nasarawa state in recent days, Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari confirmed Tuesday. Buhari’s spokesman issued a statement on his behalf on December 21 expressing the president’s “grief over the heart-wrenching murder of 45 farmers and scores injured following renewed hostilities in ……

WHO: South Africa Omicron Data Suggests 25% Dip in Hospitalization Rate Compared with Delta

A World Health Organization (WHO) update on the Chinese coronavirus pandemic published this weekend, citing South African case data, suggested that the rate of hospitalization of patients with the omicron variant may be 25% lower than the hospitalization rate of people who have the delta variant. Delta, first identified in India, is believed to be…

Reporter Hijacks Press Conference To Grill Psaki On ‘Racist’ Travel Restrictions

December 09, 2021 4:38 PM ET A reporter interrupted Thursday’s press conference and confronted White House press secretary Jen Psaki over President Joe Biden’s “racist” travel restrictions against African countries over the Omicron variant.The Biden administration, along with other nations, imposed travel restrictions on South Africa and its neighboring countries on Nov. 29, with the…

Africa Fumes at Omicron Travel Bans: ‘Racism Is a Very Blunt Tool’

More African leaders on Monday joined South African President Cyril Ramaphosa and Malawi President Lazarus Chakwera in condemning travel bans against their nations – imposed hurriedly by U.S. President Joe Biden and other Western and Asian governments after the discovery of the Omicron coronavirus variant – as unreasonable actions driven by virus panic and racist…

Fauci Says It’s ‘Possible’ New COVID-19 Variant Is Already In US

Dr. Anthony Fauci, President Joe Biden’s top medical advisor, said Friday the newly-named Omicron variant of COVID-19 could potentially already be in the United States.The new variant, spreading most prominently through southern Africa, has been deemed a variant of concern by the World Health Organization (WHO). A number of countries, including now the United States,…

Nigerian Journalist Arrested After Reporting on Attacks Against Christians

A Nigerian Christian journalist has been imprisoned following his reporting of attacks on Christians in Nigeria’s Middle Belt and his criticism of the government’s response, the Barnabas Fund reported Monday. Officials of Kaduna State arrested Epoch Times journalist Luka Binniyat November 4 and charged him with transmitting electronic information known “to be false” under the…

It’s Official: Qaddafi’s Son and Rogue Warlord Contest Libyan Presidential Election

Libyan Gen. Khalifa Haftar announced on Tuesday that he is officially a candidate for the presidency of the government he tried to overthrow by force less than two years ago. Haftar became the second candidate to declare for the race after Seif al-Islam Qaddafi, son of slain dictator Muammar Qaddafi, threw his hat (or rather,…

South Africa Joins Growing List of Countries Ignoring U.N. Climate Demands

South Africa on Monday declined to sign a commitment to end financing for coal production within 30 years, joining a growing list of countries that are refusing some of the United Nations’ most burdensome climate change demands – a list headed by the world’s worst polluter and largest burner of coal, China. The pledge advanced…

“Algeria has freed itself from dependence on France,” Hana Saada interviewed

The statements, views and opinions expressed in this column are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of this site. This site does not give financial, investment or medical advice. “Algeria has freed itself from dependence on France,” Hana Saada interviewed Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator French President Macron provoked…

Ethiopia Expels U.N. for ‘Meddling’ in Country’s Internal Affairs

Ethiopia’s Foreign Ministry declared seven United Nations (U.N.) officials “persona non grata” on Thursday and gave them 72 hours to leave the country for allegedly “meddling” in the nation’s “internal affairs.” “The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ethiopia declared ‘persona non grata’ for seven individuals who have been working for some #UN humanitarian agencies in…
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