Three UN peacekeepers have been killed by unidentified fighters in the Central African Republic, the UN said as the country prepares for parliamentary elections and fighting between rebels and government forces continues. The news came after a rebel coalition canceled a ceasefire and said it would march back into the capital and after troops from Russia and Rwanda arrived to consolidate the resource-rich country’s government. . “Three Burundian peacekeepers were killed and two others injured,” it said in a statement Friday after attacks on UN troops and Central African national defense and security forces. The attacks took place in Dekoa in central Kemo Prefecture and in Bakouma in southern Mbomou Prefecture, without providing further details.
Rio de Janeiro: Authorities said that on Tuesday, about 30 armed assailants carried out a military-style attack on a bank in southern Brazil, detonated explosives, took hostages, exchanged fire with the police and escaped an …………[Read more]
#EndSARS : Young man calls out Bolt driver for allegedly conniving with SARS officers to harass and extort him of N100k
A Nigerian man has taken to social media to call out a Bolt driver who allegedly connived with corrupt SARS officers to harrass and extort him of N100k. According to the Twitter user, the incident …………[Read more]
An impressively new 350 -bed ‘smart’hospital, the Silicon Oasis (DSO) of the Fakeeh University of Dubai, can accommodate patients. The projected 1.5 billion dirhams has a surface area of 1 million careds. Patient chambers of …………[Read more]