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Kenyan pilot escape to Somalia sparks fears of air attack Police urge the public to give information if he is seen anywhere

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Kenyan pilot escape to Somalia sparks fears of air attack Police urge the public to give information if he is seen anywhere

Kenyan security agents are on alert over a missing pilot who escaped to Somalia. There are fears Rashid Mwalimu, who is a trained pilot, may sneak back to Kenya on a mission and police want the public to help them in arresting him. “He is wanted by the Anti-Terrorism Police. He is a trained pilot […]

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China under pressure after WHO chief revives lab leak theory

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China under pressure after WHO chief revives lab leak theory

Beijing (AFP)-China faced mounting pressure Wednesday over the investigation into the origins of Covid-19, after the WHO chief revived a theory it may have leaked from a Chinese lab and the United States led concerns over data access. WHO chief Teodros Ghebreyesus on Tuesday reopened the lab leak theory, which his own experts had squashed […]

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‘Killer T cells’ dodge variants to help prevent severe COVID-19

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‘Killer T cells’ dodge variants to help prevent severe COVID-19

A scanning electron micrograph of a human T lymphocyte (also called a T cell) from the immune system of a healthy donor, in this National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID) handout photo obtained March 30, 2021. (Photo by Handout / National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases / AFP)  In good news about […]

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North Korea calls South’s leader ‘a parrot raised by America’ The insult follows complaints about North Korea’s recent missile launches.

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North Korea calls South’s leader ‘a parrot raised by America’ The insult follows complaints about North Korea’s recent missile launches.

SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea called South Korea’s president “a parrot raised by America” on Tuesday, resuming its trademark derisive rhetoric against its rivals amid renewed animosities on the Korean Peninsula. North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un (L) and sister Kim Yo Jong attend the Inter-Korean Summit in Panmunjom, South Korea. | Korea Summit […]

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China issues first COVID-19 vaccination guidelines, suggesting seniors above 60 to inoculate but no booster shots for now

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China issues first COVID-19 vaccination guidelines, suggesting seniors above 60 to inoculate but no booster shots for now

China’s health authorities issued the first official COVID-19 vaccination guidelines on Monday, suggesting seniors aged 60 and above get inoculated as current clinical research data showed that vaccination is safe for senior citizens. People are inoculated with the COVID-19 vaccines at a healthcare center in Honglian Community in Xicheng District of Beijing, capital of China, […]

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What UAE’s growing presence in Somaliland means for its Horn of Africa strategy The UAE reorients its strategy from one of military intervention to economic investment and power

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What UAE’s growing presence in Somaliland means for its Horn of Africa strategy The UAE reorients its strategy from one of military intervention to economic investment and power

Somaliland President Muse Bihi Abdi is seen on-screen as he speaks via video link during the opening ceremony of the Somaliland representative office in Taipei on Sept. 9, 2020. Abdullah Muhammad al-Naqbi was sworn in on March 17 as director of the United Arab Emirates Trade Office in Somaliland. This appointment sparked immediate controversy due to contradictory messages from Somaliland’s […]

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Death toll from Myanmar junta’s brutal crackdown on protesters surpasses 500

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Death toll from Myanmar junta’s brutal crackdown on protesters surpasses 500

Family members cry in front of a man after he was shot dead during a crackdown on anti-coup protesters in Yangon, Myanmar, March 27, 2021. © REUTERS/Stringer More than 500 people have been killed in the Myanmar junta’s brutal crackdown on protests against its coup to oust civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi, a local monitoring […]

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Donald Trump upstages bride by turning wedding speech into rant about China, Iran and US border crisis

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Donald Trump upstages bride by turning wedding speech into rant about China, Iran and US border crisis

Donald Trump hijacked a newly married couple’s wedding by turning a celebratory speech into a rant about China, Iran and the US southern border. Donald Trump, pictured in Orlando last month, upstaged a wedding by turning a speech into a rant about China, Iran, the US southern border and his election loss (Picture: AP) The […]

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Al-Shabab Issues Threats Ahead of Elections in Djibouti By Harun Maruf

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Al-Shabab Issues Threats Ahead of Elections in Djibouti By Harun Maruf

WASHINGTON – The leader of Somalia’s al-Shabab militant group is calling for lone wolf attacks against American and French interests in Djibouti ahead of key presidential elections in the Horn of Africa country. Djibouti, Ethiopia and Kenya In newly released audio, Ahmed Omar Abu Ubaidah accuses the leaders of Djibouti of turning the country into […]

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Multiple people trapped in Mozambique hotel   Dozens killed in Mozambique Islamist attack: government | Watch

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Multiple people trapped in Mozambique hotel   Dozens killed in Mozambique Islamist attack: government | Watch

Dozens of people were killed in coordinated jihadist attacks in northern Mozambique’s Palma town, the government said on Sunday, four days after the raid was launched and forced the evacuation of thousands of survivors to safety in the provincial capital Pemba. Photo: O País Seven of those were killed in an ambush during an operation […]

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