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DEADLY BLASTS HIT PAKISTAN CHURCHES Source: BBC PDF Print E-mail
Two bomb blasts have killed at least 14 people near two churches in a Christian neighbourhood of the Pakistani city of Lahore, local officials say.
 
More than 70 people were hurt in the explosions, which targeted worshippers attending Sunday mass at the churches in the Youhanabad area.
 
Violent protests erupted after the blasts, with a mob killing two men accused of involvement in the attacks.
 
Mahama's IEA address to focus on education and healthcare PDF Print E-mail

President John Dramani Mahama will this evening explain in detail how he will provide quality education and healthcare for Ghanaians if elected in the December polls when he take his turn at the Institute of Economic Affairs organised Evening Encounter with Presidential Candidates.

 
NIGERIA ELECTION: MINISTER 'CONFIDENT' POLL WILL HAPPEN PDF Print E-mail
Nigeria's interior minister believes the fight against Boko Haram will be successful enough for the postponed elections to go ahead, he told the BBC.
 
Abbo Moro said he had been advised by the military that enough troops would be available in six weeks' time to secure the presidential ballot.
 
Officials say they delayed the vote to 28 March because troops needed for security are fighting the militants.
 
Opposition candidate Muhammadu Buhari has made a plea for calm.
 
But he said the independence of Nigeria's electoral commission had been "gravely compromised" by the decision to postpone the elections.
Last Updated on Monday, 09 February 2015 05:17
 
NIGERIA: BOKO HARAM BOMB FACTORY UNCOVERED IN TROUBLED NORTHEAST Source: CNN PDF Print E-mail
Nigerian troops discovered a Boko Haram bomb factory last week after they seized a northern town from the extremists, the military said.
 
The factory was tucked inside a fertilizer company in Buni Yadi town in Yobe state, according to officials.
 
Islamist fighters took over the town in August, one of many seized in the troubled northeast. Troops have battled the militants for months to regain control, and said they recaptured it last week.
 
AFRICAN LEADERS MUST RATIFY AU PROTOCOLS - ATUKWEI OKAI Source: GNA PDF Print E-mail
Professor Atukwei Okai, the Secretary General, Pan African Writers Association (PAWA), has appealed to African leaders to implement the African Union (AU) protocols they have ratified.
 
The implementation of the protocols, he said, would not only help in the development of the individual countries, but the continent as a whole as well as its human resource.
 
Prof Atukwei Okai said this on Friday during the launch of the “My African Union, My Voice” campaign aimed at raising public awareness about the objectives of the African Union and also promote active citizen participation in the implementation of its protocols, conventions and policy decisions.
 
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