Daily Archives: February 10, 2018

Trickle of Returning Foreign Fighters Could Frustrate West for Decades

They left their homes by the thousands, multiple waves of supporters and would-be foreign fighters who abandoned lives of relative comfort in the West to fight in Iraq and Syria � the majority ultimately aligning …

UN HIGHLIGHTS ANGOLA’S ROLE IN PURSUIT OF PEACE IN CENTRAL AFRICAN REGION

LUANDA– The commitment of Angola and its President JoAPound o Lourenco to seek peace for the Central African region, in particular Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), has been praised by the United Nations (UN).

The …

UN WORLD FOOD PROGRAMME WARNS OF DEEPER HUNGER ACROSS SOUTHERN AFRICA

CAPE TOWN (SOUTH AFRICA) — Poor rains and crop infestations in southern Africa are threatening deeper hunger across the region, with millions of people, particularly children, at risk, the UN’s World Food Programme (WFP) said.…

SOUTH AFRICA: EMBATTLED PRES ZUMA COULD QUIT WITHIN DAYS – RULING ANC

PRETORIA– South Africa’s Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says he is holding direct talks with embattled President Jacob Zuma over a transfer of power.

Ramaphosa, who heads South Africa’s governing party, said both he and Zuma …

Report: Military Probe Calls for Fewer Ground Missions in West Africa After Niger Ambush

The New York Times is reporting that a draft military investigation into the deaths of U.S. soldiers in Niger last year calls for the Pentagon to reduce the number of ground missions in West Africa.…