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Tweet Sudanese security officials on Sunday evening confiscated Monday copies of Rai Al Shab,the third newspaper to be suspended in recent months by the government. Rai Al Shab (The People’s Opinion) is published by the Popular Congress Party (PCP), one of Sudan’s largest opposition parties. Known...

Tweet Armed men from the Lou Nuer group have been marching through Jonglei state in recent weeks Thousands of youths from a South Sudanese ethnic group which attacked a rival community, reportedly killing at least 150 people, have been repelled by government troops, the UN says. The UN’s humanitarian co-ordinator in the region, Lise Grande, says 6,000 members...

Tweet Ogbunigwe Enough is enough- Ogbunigwe Ndigbo This is to bring to your notice the resolution of Ogbunigwe Ndigbo, an Igbo revolutionary movement, in response to the state of the Nigeria nation. We have watched with pains in our hearts the massacre of our people in the northern part of Nigeria and it is obvious that the federal government is not capable of protecting...

Tweet BALTIMORE—Rosamaria T. Somarriba, age 67, of Baltimore, pleaded guilty today to mail fraud in connection with a scheme to defraud her employer’s bank customer and the Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM). The guilty plea was announced by United States Attorney for the District of Maryland Rod J. Rosenstein and Special Agent in Charge Richard A....

Tweet Today, the immediate vicinity of the three arm zone in the Federal Capital of Nigeria, Abuja where the seat of the federal government is housed was active with hushed movements within the major stakeholders of the National Assembly. This is as information available to 247ureports.com indicate that members of the National Assembly who are sympathetic to the Presidency have...

Tweet *Capital Oil Boss gives out free kerosene to the poor From Chuks Collins It was chaos in Awka, the Anambra state capital yesterday when it downed on the citizens that they had to fock out more than 131% of the initial cost of Premium Motor Spirit(PMS) otherwise called petrol. Worst hit was the commercial bus drivers and their opposite number cum customers, the commutters...

Tweet Khartoum, Sudan (CNN) — Thousands of fighters attacked a remote town in South Sudan despite the presence of United Nations peacekeepers in the area, a military official said Sunday. Authorities were counting casualties from Saturday’s attack by 6,000 fighters that occurred in a portion of the town of Pibor that was beyond the reach of the peacekeepers,...

Tweet By Mike Rosen In his campaign speech earlier this month in Osawatomie, Kan., President Obama dramatically revealed his desperate re-election strategy of class warfare and big government. He has little choice. He certainly can’t run on his record, so he’s going all in on his fundamental ideology. The speech got rave reviews from the left, encouraged...

Tweet KHARTOUM: The Sudanese army says a military helicopter has crashed, killing all six crew on board, including two army officers. The official Sudan news agency quoted an army statement as saying the helicopter crashed shortly after takeoff from al Obied, the North Kordofan capital. The statement said the military helicopter developed a technical problem. The pilot...

Tweet Information available to 247ureports.com indicate that the Presidet of Nigeria has declared a State of Emergency in four [5] States of Nigeria – Plateau, Niger, Yobe and Borno States. The annoucement was made today by the President at 4pm. — ADDRESS BY HIS EXCELLENCY, PRESIDENT GOODLUCK EBELE JONATHAN, GCFR, ON THE OCCASION OF THE DECLARATION OF A...