LAGOS — The Nigerian Army on Sunday declared a journalist and two other persons wanted over their alleged links with the Boko Haram sect.
One of the three persons declared wanted by the Army is Ahmed Salkida, a journalist, who had on Sunday claimed that the Boko Haram group had released a video recording of the killing of scores of the Chibok girls in air strikes by the Nigerian military to him. (Nigeria-Boko Haram)
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ISLAMABAD — At least 22 people were killed and 50 others injured when a bus carrying wedding guests fell into ravine in Pakistan-controlled Kashmir on Sunday night, local media reported.
Urdu TV channel 92 News reported that the bus carrying over 70 wedding guests was on its way to Hajira district from Palandari district. (Pakistan-Bus Accident)
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ZARANJ — Three police personnel were killed in a bomb attack in western Afghanistan’s province of Nimroz on Sunday, a district governor said.
“An improvised bomb struck a police mobile at around midday in Khashroad district, killing three police officers and injuring three policemen aboard the vehicle,” Mohammad Hashim Noorzai told Xinhua. (Afghanistan-Blast)
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DAMASCUS — At least 30 rebels were killed and tens of others wounded on Sunday, when a blast rocked a rebel-held border crossing between Syria and Turkey, activists reported.
A suicide bomber detonated his explosive belt at the border crossing in the northern countryside of Idlib, one activist group said. (Syria-Rebels)
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ALGIERS — Several terror bunkers containing arms and explosives were found in northern and southern Algeria, said Algerian Defense Ministry on Sunday.
Two of the bunkers were found in the southern province of Tamanrasset near the borderline with Mali and Niger, according to a statement of the Defense Ministry. (Algeria-Bomb discovery) Enditem

Source: Xinhua/News Ghana


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