Friday, June 9, 2023
Bombing in Central Somali

Bombing in Central Somali kills at least 10 People

A suicide bomber detonated explosives at a restaurant crowded with local leaders and politicians in central Somalia on Saturday, killing at least 13 people.
Cyril Ramaphosa, South Africa's President

S. Africa Unveils The World’s Largest Hydrogen-Powered Truck

At a platinum mine in northern South Africa, mining company Anglo American presented the world's largest hydrogen-powered truck, a monster
South Africa pub shooting

19 People Die In Two Bar shootings: South Africa

According to authorities, 19 individuals were killed in two bar shootings, one in a eastern South Africa and the other in a township close to Johannesburg.
Macron in Africa

Age of French meddling in Africa is ‘well over’ — Macron says

President Emmanuel Macron has said the age of French meddling in Africa was "well over" as he launched a four-nation trip of
Ghana police arrests bullion van robberies suspects

Repeated Bullion Van Robberies Lead to the Arrest of 2 Cops

Several additional suspects, including 2 police officers, have been detained for their suspected involvement in repeated robberies on bullion van in Accra

Noisemaking Will Be Prohibited In Accra Starting Monday

This year's drumming and noisemaking prohibition will run from Monday, May 9, 2022, through Thursday, June 9, 2022, according to the Ga Traditional
3 Absentee MPs

3 Absentee MPs Faces the Privileges Committee

3 absentee MPs have been referred to the Privileges Committee of Parliament by the Speaker, and they are presently debating their fate.
Liberian lady caught for smuggling cocaine

Liberian gets 10 years jail-term over cocaine smuggling via KIA

Liberian gets 10 years jail-term over cocaine smuggling via KIA. A Liberian national has been given a ten-year prison sentence by the Accra High Court
US Antony Blinken meets Ivorian Prime Minister

US’s Blinken Hosted Ivory Coast PM To Talk Trade & Security

At the US Department of State, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken hosted Patrick Achi, Prime Minister of the Ivory Coast, for bilateral talks

UN Report: Mali’s Army Has Been Linked To Rights Violations

According to a UN report, civilian fatalities and rights violations attributed to Malian armed forces and assisted by "foreign military elements" increased

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