Saturday, 16 May 2020

Great Firewall of China: Reviewing the Impacts and the Way Forward

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The young population in China do not know about the kind of internet that you and I are enjoying today. This is unless they have traveled out of the country before and now know what the rest of the world is enjoying that

Sunday, 22 September 2019

Nigerian authorities to scan ID's in northeast in fight against terrorism

Nigeria will require anyone moving through three northeastern states to carry identification cards in an effort to root out members of Boko Haram and Islamic State, the army said on Sunday.
The new requirement follows credible information that members of the two militant groups were hiding among civilians in the towns and villages of the states, an army statement said.

Bulks of cash at the hearing of ousted Sudan President, Bashir

Stacks of cash piled high were shown as evidence on Saturday (September 21) against ousted Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir at his trial on charges of possessing illicit foreign currency and corruption.
Millions of euros and Sudanese pounds were found at Bashir’s residence in April after he was overthrown and detained by the military following months of demonstrations against his rule.

Ugandan President scoffs at USA for sanctioning former police general

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has bashed the United States’ sanctions against former Inspector General of Police, Kale Kayihura. The President commented that visiting the USA is not as important as the opposition politicians in the country make it to be.

Pittsburgh police probe wristband-wearer drug deaths

Police in the US city of Pittsburgh are investigating how seven people all wearing orange wristbands were involved in an apparent drug overdose.
Three have died and the other four are in conditions ranging from serious to critical. Five were found in a flat, one in a lift and one on the street.