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Cameroon: Armed Conflict Left 52 Killed and Wounded
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Cameroon: Armed Conflict Left 52 Killed and Wounded

At least 22 people have been killed in northern Cameroon due to the Skirmisher between farmers and herders Cameroon, (PNB NEWS). A revival of blow-for-blow violence among herders and ranchers has killed at least 22 people and injured more than 30 others this week. State officials added On Thursday, that local inhabitants had left the vicinity following the terrible fights. We are on the brink of full-fledged intercommunal violence," said a Cameroonian regional official".  Read more: https://shujaatnewsagency.com/2021/12/09/local-crooks-set…o-killing-dozens/ Hundreds of people have emigrated to Chad to avoid the Skirmisher in the locality, Ali Haroun, the mayor of N'Djamena, told Reuters. A local leader in northern Cameroon told Reuters the brawl started over admittance ...
Local ‘Crooks’ Set Bus On Fire In Sokoto, Killing Dozens
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Local ‘Crooks’ Set Bus On Fire In Sokoto, Killing Dozens

Gunmen burned down a bus with 30 passengers in Nigeria's Sokoto state, on Tuesday Sokoto (PNB NEWS). About 30 commuters in Nigeria were massacred when a gunman burnt a bus on Tuesday, police, and citizens said. Terrorists have been striking Africa's most populous and second-largest economy, since last year. The vehicle was conveying 24 people when armed men torched it, according to Sokoto state police. 7 people who escaped the scene with injuries were transported to a nearby health center. Read more: https://shujaatnewsagency.com/2021/12/08/13-dead-after-ch…ry-chief-crashes/ 30 corpses were retrieved from the overloaded torched bus, the local rescue team claimed. Passengers were surrounded and burnt on the highway linking Sabon Birni and the village of Gidan Bawa, t...
Burundi: Fire Swept Through Prison killing Dozens Inmates
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Burundi: Fire Swept Through Prison killing Dozens Inmates

Burundi - (PNB NEWS). According to the foreign press, a fire broke out in a main jail in Burundi's capital, Gitega, killing 38 inmates and wounding 69 others. A monstrous fire in the central prison in Gitega, Burundi's capital, killed no less than 38 people and wounded 69 more, Sputnik reported. A deadly fire broke out early Tuesday morning at the capital's main prison, Gitega. Witnesses told the media that they saw large flames emerge from the ground and fully engulf chunks of the jail complex. Read more: https://shujaatnewsagency.com/2021/12/07/basra-seven-kill…-hit-iraqs-basra/ ‎ The VP of Burundi, who headed a government delegation to the scene, expressed grief over the loss of valuable lives. If the rescue squad had arrived sooner, the disaster would have bee...
Kenya: 23 Dead As Bus Fell Into Flooded Enziu River
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Kenya: 23 Dead As Bus Fell Into Flooded Enziu River

About 23 people drowned after a bus conveying visitors to a wedding in Kenya, fell into an overwhelmed stream KENYA, Nairobi (PNB NEWS). A visitor bus had been plummeted into the Enziu River, leaving 23 people dead including women and kids on December 4. The transport was shipping church individuals to a wedding function when it dove into River Enziu, currently overflowed with weighty downpours water. Read more: https://shujaatnewsagency.com/2021/12/04/nigeria-islamic-…ficials-in-borno/ A tragedy occurred roughly 200 km (125 miles) east of Nairobi, Kenya's capital. 4 of the dead were children, while 12 others were rescued. Charity Ngilu, the governor of Kitui, said the "shocking" incident occurred on Saturday morning. She further said that 23 corpses had been retr...
Dozens Die As Boat Capsizes In Nigeria’s Kano State
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Dozens Die As Boat Capsizes In Nigeria’s Kano State

State authority said that boat with teenagers capsized in Nigeria's Kano state's Bagwai River. Nigeria, Kano. (PNB NEWS). The tragedy took place late Tuesday, according to a representative for Kano state's rescue service. "We have retrieved 29 corpses, and 7 people had been saved." state officials told media on Wednesday. Read more : https://shujaatnewsagency.com/2021/11/30/morocco-pays-22-…-kamikaze-drones/  The quest for the other 13 bodies has still been continuing. Badau village's boat was heading for Bagwai for religious practice when it capsized. The boat was supposed to ferry dozen of youngsters but sank due to overload, according to the same source. Boat accidents are tragically common on Nigerian waterways mostly due to overcrowding, bad weather, and lack of...
Nigeria: Over 40 Killed In Gunslingers Attack In Sokoto City.
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Nigeria: Over 40 Killed In Gunslingers Attack In Sokoto City.

The death toll from gunmen assaults in the northern region of Nigeria has surpassed 40. Nigeria, Sokoto. (PNB News). About 43 people had been killed after gangsters went on a bloody rampage in the Sokoto state. Sokoto is a significant city in Nigeria's northwest region. It is also  the modern capital of Sokoto State, as well as the former capital of the north-western states. According to the state governor, this death toll is 3 times greater than the first death toll released by officials. Due to govt failure in a squashing insurgency, kidnapping for ransom, killing, and plundering have become the order of the day. The most recent attack occurred in the village of Ilela in Sokoto, which borders the Republic of Niger. Read Also: https://shujaatnewsagency.com/2021/11/18/afghanistans-i...
Dozens of Children killed In An Inferno At Niger school.
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Dozens of Children killed In An Inferno At Niger school.

Niger - (PNB News). No less than 25 primary students were killed when their straw-covered roof classroom burst into flames, on Monday. The school lies near Maradi city, roughly 600 kilometers east of the capital city. Govt official further added that 14 more children were hurt, with 5 of them in severe condition. In Niger village schools, Wood and straw are frequently used to construct classrooms. Read also : https://shujaatnewsagency.com/2021/11/05/69-villagers-kil…n-officials-said/ One of the witnesses told the media that he could easily see that burned dead bodies and hurt pupils were taken to the nearby hospital. The identities of those who died and were injured have yet to be released by local authorities. An incident's "Basic Cause" is yet muddled. https://twitter.com/Alihy...
Libyan General Hafter’s Son Visits Israel By Private Plane.
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Libyan General Hafter’s Son Visits Israel By Private Plane.

Israel - (PNB News). Ahead of the presidential elections in Libya, Last week, Saddam Haftar showed up in Tel Aviv for a covert meeting with Israeli officials. As per Israeli media outlets reports Saddam Haftar is looking for military and political support from the Israeli government. Libya has no proper connections with Israel, yet Khalifa Haftar, as reported by an Israeli newspaper Haaretz has long-term contacts with Mossad. General Hafter's son began an excursion from Dubai on a French-made jet belonging to the Gen Hafter. Read also: https://shujaatnewsagency.com/2021/11/08/russia-accuses-u…up-base-in-india/ The jet landed at Ben-Gurion Airport. Ben Gurion Airport, known as Natbag in Hebrew, is Israel's essential worldwide air terminal and the nation's most active. Khalifa Haftar,...
Oil Tanker Explosion Killed And Injured Over 200 In Sierra Leone
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Oil Tanker Explosion Killed And Injured Over 200 In Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone, Freetown (PNB News). Officials say a fuel tanker exploded in Sierra Leone's capital, Freetown, killing at least 99 people and injuring more than 100. A violent scene began when a truck rammed into an oil tanker caused a massive blast in Sierra Leone's capital, Freetown, on Friday. On Saturday morning, fuel appeared to spill from the truck as police and military endeavored to get the road free from bystanders. According to media reports, the death toll has risen to 99, with more than 100 injured being treated at medical facilities in the capital city of Sierra Leone. Read also: https://shujaatnewsagency.com/2021/11/06/bashar-al-assad-…tions-with-china/ " We have such countless casualties, burned bodies," said Brima Bureh Sesay, the National Disaster Management Agency's e...