World Bulletin / News Desk
Ethiopia has accused Eritrea for supporting al-Shabaab, planning to conduct attacks in the country.
“Ethiopia has reached the information that al-Shabaab will conduct a terrorist attack in the country with the support of Eritrea,” it was stated on an Ethiopian television channel.
All security units were asked to report any suspicious acts and to declare high level alert status in the country's entrances, check points and crowded areas.
Ethiopia has the “power to fight against terrorism,” Foreign Ministry Spokesman of Ethiopia, Dina Mufti said. Ethiopian security forces are ready for the attack of al-Shabaab which represents al-Qaeda in Horn of Africa, containing the countries of Djibouti, Somalia, Eritrea, Yemen, Mufti also said.
Mufti stated that Ethiopia is cooperating with Kenya and Uganda against Al-Qaeda. Also these three countries are sharing information as a part of military training exercise against Al-Shabab, Mufti added.
PM Aleksandar Vucic says the project will put Belgrade on the map as unofficial 'capital' of the Balkans. It expects up to 20,000 workers to be employed in the construction, set to begin in September.
Hundreds of armed people from the Boko Haram group aboard motorised canoes attacked the island of Karamga at dawn on Saturday, army and government sources said.
Mauritania has reportedly expelled an Algerian diplomat for attempting to trouble the relations between Rabat and Nouakchott.
On Saturday, Hamas said that the Palestinian Authority's (PA) security forces detained Gehad Selim, a student activist who represents the group's bloc in the West Bank's Birzeit University.
South Africa says committed to good relations with Nigeria after diplomats recalled
Israel occupies Palestinian funerals after occupied Palestine land and detained Palestinian youths.. The Israeli authorities said only 70 people are allowed to receive the body..
The demonstrators were trying to move towards the center of the capital from the surrounding municipalities of Musaga, Nyakabiga, Mutakura and Cibitoke.
Kenya's Eliud Kipchoge wins men's race in London Marathon
Kenya's Mary Keitany finished second with Ethopia's Tirfi Tsegaye third.
Burundi police and two government ministers forcefully entered a radio station on Sunday
NGOs say parliamentary motion on ‘genocide’ claims aims at slandering Turkey, not reconciliation between Turks and Armenians.
Police in the Burundian capital fired teargas on Sunday to disperse protesters who had gathered to demonstrate against President Pierre Nkurunziza seeking a third term in office, witnesses said.
The opposition vows to take to the streets to challenge Pierre Nkurunziza's candidacy for the June 26 election.
In a statement, the ministry said Acting High Commissioner in Pretoria Martin Cobham and Deputy High Commissioner in Johannesburg Uche Ajulu-Okeke have been asked to return to Nigeria.
Javad Zarif to meet US secretary of state and EU foreign affairs chief