Daily Archives: May 18, 2013

Violence in Iraq kills 10 people including a police officer, his wife and two children

BAGHDAD: Violence in Iraq today killed 10 people including a police officer, his wife and two children, while gunmen kidnapped five policemen, officials said.

The attacks are the latest in a wave of violence in …

Officials in Ivory Coast say military has detained a militia leader accused of grave crimes during 2010-11 post-election violence

ABIDJAN, Ivory Coast: Officials in Ivory Coast say the military has detained a militia leader accused of grave crimes during the country’s 2010-11 postelection violence whose forces had been illegally occupying a national park.

Amade …

Zimbabwe Prime Minister Morgan party pledges to trim the army and ensure a free society if it wins upcoming general elections

HARARE: Zimbabwe Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s party yesterday pledged to trim the army and ensure a free society if it wins upcoming general elections.

Tendai Biti, the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) secretary general, said …

A blood shortage forces Blood Transfusion Service of Namibia to open emergency clinics for donations at shopping malls

WINDHOEK: A blood shortage in the country has forced the Blood Transfusion Service (BTS) of Namibia to open emergency clinics for donations at shopping malls here yesterday.

The BTS Clinic Planner Wendy Willemse told Nampa …

Sterilisation exercise of over 100 dogs and cats commenced in old Outjo Municipality building at Etoshapoort

OUTJO: The sterilisation exercise of over 100 dogs and cats commenced in the old Outjo Municipality building at Etoshapoort here yesterday morning.

Lindie Prinsloo, the founder of Have a Heart for Animals, an organisation taking …