• War in Ukraine: Latest developments

    War in Ukraine: Latest developments

    Here are the latest developments in the war in Ukraine: Dozens of Polish fighters killed: Russia Russia’s defence ministry says its troops have killed “up to 80” Polish fighters in “precision strikes” on the Megatex zinc factory in Konstantinovka (Kostyantynivka in Ukrainian), in the eastern Donetsk region. The region, claimed by Russia, has been the […]

  • Southern Cameroons: IG concludes Francophone security agents killed journalist Samuel Wazizi

    Southern Cameroons: IG concludes Francophone security agents killed journalist Samuel Wazizi

    The Office of the Vice President of the Ambazonia Interim Government says its findings have revealed that Francophone security agents killed Southern Cameroons journalist Samuel Wazizi. “We find that the wounds as reported by pro Yaoundé uniform officers came from torture by Biya regime security forces,” Professor Carlson Anyangwe told Cameroon Concord News on Thursday. […]

  • US House passes bipartisan gun-safety law in victory for Biden

    US House passes bipartisan gun-safety law in victory for Biden

    The US House of Representatives on Friday passed significant gun-safety legislation for the first time in three decades, sending it to President Joe Biden, who is expected to sign it into law. The House voted 234-193 for the bill, the day after a Supreme Court ruling broadly expanded gun rights. No Democrats were opposed, while […]

  • Pressure mounts on UK PM Johnson after crushing election defeats

    Pressure mounts on UK PM Johnson after crushing election defeats

    Britain’s ruling Conservative Party has suffered two parliamentary by-election defeats, dealing a big blow to the leadership of embattled prime minister Boris Johnson and prompting the resignation of the party chairman. The Tories lost the South West seat of Tiverton and Honiton to the centrist Liberal Democrats on Thursday, while the main opposition Labour party […]

  • International Criminal Court: Ugandan war lord drops lawyer, hires Chief Charles Taku

    International Criminal Court: Ugandan war lord drops lawyer, hires Chief Charles Taku

    Dominic Ongwen has parted ways with his lead counsel lawyer Krispus Auena Odongo. Ongwen who is serving a 25-year jail term in Den Hague for committing atrocities in Uganda has hired Cameroonian-born Chief Charles Achalette Taku. Chief Taku a prominent traditional ruler deep within the Lebialem constituency in Southern Cameroons has reportedly notified the International […]

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