Tunisia: state of emergency declared

At least 12 people have died, 16 wounded, after a bus carrying the Tunisian presidential guard was blown up on a main road in Tunis in what the government considers a "terrorist act". Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi declared a state of emergency throughout the country and curfew in the capital city. Bardo and Sousse.

Boko Haram: 2.2m nigerians are displaced

About 2.2 million people have now been displaced internally by terrorist sect Boko Haram, world’s deadliest terrorist group, according to the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR). Over 175,000 more have sought safety in neighbouring Cameroon, Chad and Niger. Terrorism has already killed at least at least 20,000 people. According to Angele

6.000 dead in Central African Republic

Diamond, gold, uranium, oil, hydro-electric potential, agriculture, and vast arable lands up for grabs. Central African Republic is facing a strong war. The 2013 coup d'état was engineered by Muslim members of the Armed Forces claiming equal rights for their community (which makes up only 10 per cent of a population

Pope to UN: narcotics trade kills millions of people

Pope Francis has made a historical address at United Nation. The Pope gave the world a warning «I would mention another kind of conflict which is not always so open, yet is silently killing millions of people.  Another kind of war experienced by many of our societies as a result of