2.7.2019 08:27 pm
The truck overturned near shops while travelling through the village of Ahumbe in Benue state on Monday.
At least 45 people were killed and more than 100 injured in central Nigeria when a petrol tanker crashed and then exploded as people gathered fuel, emergency services said on Tuesday.
Police and organisers say the protest was in the eastern DR Congo city of Goma.
This despite a heavy security deployment as thousands of demonstrators rallied against the generals in a mass rally demanding civilian rule.
Police fired tear gas in Khartoum, Sudan, amid international calls for restraint to avoid a new deadly crackdown.
Power is often only available for a few hours in the middle of the night.
This has seen Zimbabwe experience increased load shedding.
A customs official at the nearby Namoto border post said the villagers had tried to fight back using sticks and axes.
Several attacks from insurgents, bandits, cultists and herdsmen, among others, have left 310 citizens dead and many injured.
The lawsuits call for financial compensations of about $100 million in punitive damages.
Shortly before the president’s hospitalisation at a military hospital in Tunis was announced, twin suicide blasts rocked the capital, killing a policeman and injuring civilians.
The prosecution in the ongoing case has requested that as many as six individuals – expected to testify against Abiri – be granted anonymity.
Internet services were partially restored across Ethiopia on Thursday after a near-total blackout for the past five days.
The army is not able to disclose yet whether the shooting happened on South African or Mozambican soil.
The marches are also aimed at pressuring the military junta to hand over power to civilians.