Africa Nigeria

39 Abductees Rescued as Nigerian Troops Engage Bandits in Fierce Shoot-outs on Kaduna Highways

Charles Nwoke, Abuja, Nigeria November 30, 2020  Photo courtesy of local sources. Fair use.  The Kaduna State Government in a statement that revealed the flinty security condition in and around the State on Monday said the Nigerian military rescued 39 abducted victims on the Kaduna-Zaria highway. In the statement, which contained the security updates the Read More…

Azerbaijan Voice from Around the World Voices from Conflict Zones

Interview with Salakhov Elkhan Isa oglu

Редакция | Подполье Республики 30 ноября 2020 г. Пожалуйста назовите свое имя, возраст и текущее место проживания  Салахов Эльхан Иса оглы, 48 лет, Апшеронский район, поселок Масазыр, лагерь для вынужденных переселенцев. Когда и при каких обстоятельствах вы покинули Кельбаджар? Каковы ваши воспоминания о городе до оккупации и переезда? Я покинул село Башлыбель Кельбаджарского района, где Read More…

Armenia Azerbaijan

Artsakh recognized by foreign cities even after Karabakh returns to Azerbaijan

By | Rachel Brooks November 29, 2020  Above “File:Belgium MFA.jpg” by Belgium Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade and Develop from Belgium is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 In recent developments, multiple western cities have motioned to recognize the Karabakh territory of Azerbaijan as the Republic of Artsakh. This is after Karabakh was reclaimed both de juro and de facto by Read More…

Africa Information Warfare Journalism Media US foreign policy

War of the MENA outlets: coverage of the Tigrayan-Ethiopian conflict

By | Rachel Brooks November 29, 2020  Political Commentary Image credits “Community Water Pump, Tigray” by Rod Waddington is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 Continued information warfare continues to afflict the Middle East and Africa, and its relationship with the western world. The information warfare is fueled by media outlets who seek to be the voice of the “true Read More…

Africa Nigeria Terrorism/counterterrorism

Boko Haram Attack in Borno Left 110 Persons Dead, Multiple Others Injured

Charles Nwoke, Maiduguri, Nigeria November 29, 2020  Above image courtesy of local sources. Fair use. This article has been again updated from a previous casualty count of 70 people.  This article has been updated from a previous casualty count of 43 people.  Gunmen believed to be members of the dreaded and monstrous terrorist group, Boko Read More…

Armenia Azerbaijan

Azerbaijanis killed by mines left by withdrawing Armenian force

By | Rachel Brooks November 28, 2020  An earlier version of this article made an unclear statement regarding the Nagorno-Karabakh as a previously disptuted territory. The Nagorno-Karabakh has returned to de juro and de facto Azerbaijani control. Disputes of the territory by foreign entities have been regarded as invalid under international law, as the land Read More…

Africa Nigeria

Policeman killed, Chinese Expatriate Abducted by Unknown Gunmen in Ekiti

Charles Nwoke, Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria November 28, 2020  The Ekiti State Police Command on Friday confirmed the killing of a Policeman as unidentified gunmen allegedly kidnapped a Chinese expatriate in the Ekiti State capital, Ado-Ekiti, Southwest, Nigeria. The abducted victim was one of the Engineers working with the Chinese company carrying out the new Ado-Iyin road Read More…