WORLD JUN. 14, 2012 - 01:50PM JST -WASHINGTON —The United States military is expanding a secret network of air bases across Africa in order to spy on al-Qaida and other militant groups, the Washington Post reported.
Written By:Stanley Wabomba, Posted: Thu, Jun 14, 2012-Those seeking employment as teachers, police and health workers as well poor Kenyans who use mitumba (Second hand) clothes have benefited in this year's budget.
Published: 14 Jun 12 08:42 CET-Around 1,000 police officers have been deployed in raids on radical Salafist Islamist groups across Germany, with early reports suggesting around 70 addresses were targeted in seven states.
Governments,media and a culture of a gross misunderstanding of a weak human nature- Christian faith abandoned and human being to death. FrMar-14 June 2012 -KHUTHALA NANDIPHA-A NEW study on human rights violations has revealed horrific cases of rape
BY IDRIS AKINBAJO, 12 JUNE 2012-Abuja — Lugbe, a satellite town of the Nigerian capital, lies right on the road to Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport. And although it is located in what is Africa's largest oil-producing region, the community of over a hundred
Studies, research and analyses are being carried out in search of links between the deep and intimate mystery of faith in God and human bodily functions-MARCO TOSATTI-ROME-Is there a part or (Photo FrMar-God and man interaction, a new chapter of study) function in our brain that allows us, facilitates or guarantees contact with the supernatural?
From Jessica Ellis, CNN-June 13, 2012 -- Updated 1301 GMT (2101 HKT)-(CNN) -- For Omara Moctar, the electrifying Tuareg guitarist better known as "Bombino," there is no better place to play music than the majestic starkness of the desert.
Scripture: Matthew 5:20-26-' 22 But I say to you that every one who is angry with his brother shall be liable to judgment; Meditation: Are you ever driven by anger, rage, or revenge? The first person to hate his brother was Cain. God warned Cain: ‘Why are you angry?
BY EMMA BATHA, 12 JUNE 2012-A scramble for cheap African farmland by foreign investors threatens to leave millions of people without water and could ultimately drain the continent's rivers, a report warns.
A man suspected of involvement in an attack on a shopping centre in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, last month has been arrested in neighbouring Tanzania. Kenyan police say Emrah Erdogan, 24, is a German national of Turkish origin.