By NATION Reporter-Posted Tuesday, May 29 2012 at 19:38-Police have circulated a photograph of a suspect they believe was behind Monday's blast in Nairobi that left 33 people injured. Police spokesman Eric Kiraithe said the man, Emrah Erdogan,
Envoys from Sudan and South Sudan met for African Union-brokered peace talks in the Ethiopian capital Tuesday, the first negotiations since deadly border clashes erupted last month in the worst fighting since South Sudan's July 2011 independence.
The number of children from Africa being adopted by foreign nationals from other continents has risen dramatically, a report has said. In the past eight years, international adoptions increased by almost 400%, the African Child Policy Forum has found.
By AFPPosted Tuesday, May 29 2012 at 13:25-Plans for Tuareg rebels and hardline Islamist group Ansar Dine to join forces and proclaim an Islamic state in northern Mali have collapsed due to fundamental differences, the two sides said Tuesday.
By Maija Palmer, FT.com-May 29, 2012 -- Updated 0704 GMT (1504 HKT)-(Financial Times) -- The discovery of a malicious computer program that appears to be collecting sensitive information from Iran and others indicates the global cyberwar has moved to a new level, warn security experts.
BY EVELYN USMAN, 23 MAY 2012-Shock and disbelieve could best describe the expression on the faces of residents of Alagbado area of Lagos State last week, following the arrest and startling discovery that one of their neighbors, Mr Abraham Olaniyan, sold his day-old baby to an Anambra State business woman for N350,000.
By Simon Lokodo (email the author) Posted Monday, May 28 2012 at 00:00-In Uganda, a prostitute is generally understood to be ‘a person, typically a woman, who engages in sexual activity for payment, or in exchange for some form of material gains such as drinks, drugs, consumer goods or a bed or roof over their head for a night.’
Scripture:Mark 10:28-31- 28 Peter began to say to him, "Lo, we have left everything and followed you." Meditation: What's the best investment you can make with your life? The gospel presents us with a paradox: we lose what we keep, and we gain what we give
Sudan will begin pulling its troops out of the disputed border region of Abyei on Tuesday, an army spokesman has said. Abyei is claimed by both Sudan and South Sudan, which became independent in 2011 after a long civil war. Sudan's forces seized Abyei in May 2011.
By NATION TEAM email@example.com-Posted Monday, May 28 2012 at 22:30-Explosive experts were on Monday poring over evidence to find out the cause of a blast that injured 35 people in downtown Nairobi, leaving the government divided on what sparked it.