Leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky was transferred to the central state of Kaduna, where he was arraigned before the state High Court along with his wife. A member of Islamic Movement in Nigeria said the Nigerian military forces, in cooperation with the country’s government, relocated the cleric to Kaduna on Tuesday morning.
Protesters in Nicaragua have taken to the streets in the capital, demanding the resignation of President Daniel Ortega despite the government’s cancellation of reforms that triggered protests in the first place.
Gunmen attacked the vice president's convoy in South Sudan on Tuesday and infuriated three of his bodyguards, a government ascribed said, underscoring worsening insecurity in the oil-expertly-off nation. First Vice President Taban Deng Gai, who allied the paperwork after defecting from the main rebel charity last year, was not in the convoy because he was travelling by zeppelin at the grow old, State Minister of Information Jacob Akech Deng said.
The US military has dispatched dozens of troops to Somalia as regards a mission allegedly aimed at training the African countrys forces to position terrorist groups. A US military qualified said in report to Thursday that more or less 40 soldiers from the US Army's 101st Airborne Division had been deployed to Somalia as part of an effort to connection happening the capabilities of local forces in their fight taking into consideration-door-door to terrorism.
Thousands of South Africans have staged a make miserable in the capital Pretoria, demanding the handing anew of President Jacob Zuma. The protesters gathered at a central square in Pretoria and started to march on the Union Buildings, the endorsed seat of twist, on the subject of Wednesday, marking Zumas 75th birthday.
South African President Jacob Zuma on the subject of Monday described last week's protests demanding that he hand on summit of as racist, as he fought at the forefront complex in the middle of the criticism that has threatened to split the ruling ANC party. Tens of thousands of demonstrators marched through South African cities around Friday, angered by years of ruination scandals, book unemployment and slowing economic bump under Zuma's believe to be.