Police fire on ‘Free Zakzaky’ protestors in Abuja

Police in the Nigerian capital Abuja have fired on protestors demanding the release of imprisoned leader of the Islamic Movement, Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky, and his wife Zeenah Zakzaky. Tear gas and ammunition rained down on the peaceful protest demanding the pair’s unconditional release in line with a standing federal court order from 2016 which has... Continue Reading →

Nigeria, Israel, And India Among Survey Lists As US President Trump Strongholds

A survey by the Washington-based Pew Research Centre has listed Nigeria as one of the strongholds of United States President, Donald Trump. This is as the survey found that support for President Trump remains largely negative around the world. The Centre discovered that across the 33 countries surveyed a median of 64 percent said they... Continue Reading →

Corruption Charges: Israel’s Netanyahu Asks Parliament For Immunity

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday asked parliament for immunity, weeks after the embattled premier was indicted on a range of corruption charges. Netanyahu, Israel’s longest-serving premier, is fighting for his political survival on two fronts — the corruption allegations and stiff opposition from a new centrist party. The immunity request is expected to... Continue Reading →

Redeemed Church Deploys Ambulance To Missile Attack Scenes In Israel – Adeboye Reveals

The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Enoch Adeboye, says its mission has deployed an ambulance to locations affected by missile attacks in Israel Talk Of Naija and The Nigerian News reports. In a surprise strike before dawn on Tuesday, Israeli forces killed a senior commander of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad militant... Continue Reading →

‘World’s first’ fully-electric plane unveiled by an Israeli company (Pictures)

Israel-based aviation company, Eviation Aircraft Ltd. unveiled a fully-electric passenger plane at the Paris Air Show taking place this week. Named Alice, the plane can fly up to 1,000 kilometers at a speed of 440 kilometers per hour on a single charge, according to the company. Headquartered in central Israel, Eviation has raised $200 million... Continue Reading →

Netanyahu appoints Israel’s first openly gay minister

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday tapped Amir Ohana as acting justice minister, the first openly gay minister in the country’s history. The appointment of Ohana, from Netanyahu’s right-wing Likud party, comes as Jerusalem prepares for its annual Gay Pride celebrations on Thursday. “Amir Ohana is a jurist who knows the legal system well,”... Continue Reading →

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