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After Attacks, Nigeria Bans Moving Vehicles and Animals

  MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (AP) — The Nigerian military has banned moving vehicles, bicycles, horses, donkeys and camels in northeastern Borno state as a security measure to try to stop Islamic extremist attacks during a Muslim holiday. The ban follows a string of blasts that killed Read More

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Kenyans Agonize Over Student Massacre

  GARISSA, Kenya (Wall Street Journal) – One year ago, President Uhuru Kenyatta declared on television that the era of insecurity was over for Kenyans. He vowed that closed-circuit cameras capable of picking faces out of crowds and relaying information to authorities would soon dot major cities Read More

Op-Ed

A Slow Response to Nigerian Atrocity

  By Julianne Malveaux NNPA Columnist Long after completing his 8-year presidency, William Jefferson Clinton acknowledged that he should have intervened in the conflict in Rwanda. Hundreds of thousands perished from the genocide that shaped the country. In his zeal for international peace President Clinton Read More