Oil’s decline is proving to be the worst since the collapse of the financial system in 2008 and threatening to have the same global impact of falling prices three decades ago that led to the Mexican debt crisis and the end of the Soviet Union. Russia, the world’s largest producer, can no longer rely on […]
Kano, Nigeria – More than 102 people were killed in the bomb explosions at the central mosque in this city, said a hospital worker. A mortuary attendant at the Murtala specialist hospital Kano, Malam Isa Labaran, on Saturday told Associated Press that he counted over 102 dead bodies deposited inside the mortuary on Friday after […]
Iran denied on Friday Nigerian allegations that it had trained militants arrested in Nigeria on charges of planning attacks on U.S. and Israeli targets there.
At least six construction workers including two Lebanese , have been seized by gunmen who attacked a camp in northern Nigeria, officials say. The Lebanese were identified as Imad al-Andari and Carlos Abou Aziz.
During a ceremony marking Prophet Mohammed’s birthday, Hezbollah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah attacked the Campaigns against the Prophet calling them deliberate and suspicious. “The Campaigns against Prophet Mohammed are deliberate and suspicious and aimed at abusing the great Apostle and his humanity
Gunmen have kidnapped two Lebanese workers from a construction site in Nigeria’s oil-rich Niger Delta region, police said Tuesday, according to a report by LBC on Tuesday.
A suspected suicide car bomb killed eight people and injured more than 100 at a church in the northern Nigerian city of Kaduna, according to the national emergency agency. Rescuers took some of the wounded to hospitals after the explosion in the Malali area of the city,
A South African politician has become the first female leader of the African Union (AU), ending months of bitter deadlock at the continental body. Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, South Africa’s home affairs minister, was elected chair
Foreign Minister Adnan Mansour officially confirmed on Monday that two Lebanese were killed in the plane crash in Nigeria’s largest city on Sunday . The victims were identified as Roger Awad and Nadine Chidiac
Nigeria’s aviation ministry said Sunday that 147 people were aboard a Dana Airlines passenger jet that crashed into a two-story building in Lagos, the country’s largest city. “I don’t believe there are any survivors,” said Harold Denuren, Nigeria’s director of aviation.