26.6.2019 08:16 am
During searches for suspected cattle rustlers, Malagasy security forces have often raided and looted villages, burned down houses, and tortured or killed villagers.
Authorities in Madagascar must act decisively to end torture and killings of its citizens by security forces, Amnesty International said on Wednesday.
No reason was given for the sacking of Alwaleed Sayed Ahmed, who recently headed an investigation into the military assault on the sit-in protest outside military headquarters in Khartoum.
The individual is not named because ‘there’s no need to impact the investigation’.
The Committee to Protect Journalists has called on government to unconditionally lift the bans after police entered the offices of broadcasters Horyaal 24 TV and Eryal TV on Wednesday.
The world’s newest country descended into civil war in 2013 following the outbreak of clashes at a national convention.
‘They are terrorists because they killed and then disembowelled some bodies and burned crops.’
Residents said the Islamists drove into the town after sacking the base and looted shops, shooting into the air.
The 35-year-old says he had been working as a biology teacher in Ethiopia when he travelled to Uganda last year to check on his property in Mbarara District.
‘A civilian-led transitional authority is the only partner with which EU-Sudan relations can be normalised,’ says the union.
Zambian Breweries director of corporate affairs Ezekiel Sekele has been appointed chairperson of its steering board.
At least 128 people have been killed since the June 3 crackdown, the majority the day the sit-in was cleared, according to doctors.
The official Al-Ahram news website also reported the death of Morsi, 67, who was Egypt’s first democratically elected president.
At the Paris Air Show on Monday, Boeing said sorry for the loss of life in the MAX accidents.
Konduga has been repeatedly targeted by suicide bombers from a Boko Haram faction loyal to longtime leader Abubakar Shekau.