Zambian Police Cannot Marry Foreigners: Law

Zambian police can’t marry foreigners. It is illegal in the country. In a crackdown over national security officials said Thursday they can only wed someone from the country. Even though human rights’ groups described it as discrimination, but this is a long-established wedding regulations in Zamiba. It is learned the number of such police officers have increased lately who get ...

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Somalia, South Sudan Most Corrupt In Africa: Transparency International

North Korea is declared as the most corrupt country in the world by Transparency International. Somalia and South Sudan follows at the second and third places. The research body has found Denmark to be the least corrupt country in the world followed by New Zealand and thereafter Finland. Surprisingly United Kingdom too is corrupt and is placed at the 10th ...

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Half Million Children In West Africa Malnourished: UN

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The seven insurgency of Islamist extremist group Boko Haram has left more than a half million children in the west African region malnourished and immediate aid is required to save them from further danger, said UN humanitarian co-ordinator Toby Lanzer on Monday. Lanzer added the region is highly cut off from the rest of the world and this has resulted ...

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Gambian Ex-President Yahya Jammeh Stolen Millons Dollars

Gambian Ex-President Yahya Jammeh

Exiled Gambian leader Yahya Jammeh left the country after stepping down yesterday and it is claimed has stolen millions of dollars during his final weeks in power. A special adviser for the new president Adama Barrow said Jammeh plundered the state coffers too and shipped out luxury vehicles by cargo plane. Meanwhile, for Gambian, mostly for supporters of Barrow, it ...

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Adama Barrow Takes Oath As Gambian President In Senegal

Following the deadline expiry of incumbent Yahya Jammeh tenure on January 19 Google is showing Adama Barrow is the new President of Gambia. Barrow has also been sworn in, but not in Gambian capital Banjul. The ceremony was held at Gambia embassy in Senegal capital Dakar on Thursday. Following the oath taking Barrow said Gambian will never forget the day. ...

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British Tourists Returning From Gambia Reveals Chaotic Situation

January 19 is the last date for Gambian President Yahya Jammeh to step down. The Foreign troops have already started gathering outside the borders while neighboring countries threatened to intervene with military. Meanwhile, the first batch of about 3,500 UK tourists in the country has returned back home and reveals chaos and panic in Gambia. Arriving at the Manchester Airport ...

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BREAKING: Nigerian Military Mistakenly Bombs Refugee Camp; 100 Dead

Nigerian force mistakenly bombed a refugee camp Tuesday while on a mission against Boko Haram. Over 100 refugees have been killed including aid workers. About 200 others are injured, according to doctors and government official. Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari said it is a regrettable operational mistake. The accidental bombardment happened in the northeastern town of Rann, near to Cameroon border. ...

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