Zelensky blasts Putin after rocket attack on innocent civilians

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky condemned Russia's strike Wednesday on a maternity ward in southern Ukraine that killed a newborn baby. The child's mother and a doctor were rescued from the rubble of the destroyed hospital in Vilnyansk, Zaporizhzhia region, following the rocket attack, according to Ukrainian authorities. "The terrorist state continues to fight against civilians and … Continue reading Zelensky blasts Putin after rocket attack on innocent civilians

Gunmen hide under Biafra agitation to kill in South-East Nigeria – Army

Photo by Tope A. Asokere on Pexels.com The Nigerian army says the gunmen terrorising residents of the South-east hide under the cloak of Biafra agitation to commit crimes in the region. The new General Officer Commanding (GOC) 82 Division of the Nigerian Army, Enugu, Umar Musa, stated this on Friday when he visited Governor Charles Soludo … Continue reading Gunmen hide under Biafra agitation to kill in South-East Nigeria – Army

Married man gets life sentence for killing lover and son 45 years ago

William MacDowell at the Inverness Justice Centre Photo: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire A married man who murdered his lover and their young son more than 45 years ago has been sentenced to life in prison, ending one of the longest unsolved murder cases in Scottish criminal history. William MacDowell was handed a life sentence with a … Continue reading Married man gets life sentence for killing lover and son 45 years ago

Ludacris’ manager charged with murder

Music entrepreneur Chaka Zulu, the longtime manager of rapper Ludacris, was charged with murder in a June shooting in which he was injured, Atlanta police announced Saturday. Zulu, 52, whose given name is Ahmed Obafemi, turned himself Tuesday at the Fulton County Jail, the Atlanta Police Department said in a statement.  He was booked and bonded … Continue reading Ludacris’ manager charged with murder

3 Months after Muslim students murdered Deborah in Sokoto, Nigeria Police yet to arrest killers in viral video

The Nigeria Police, Sokoto State Command has said that its men and officers are still looking for the suspected killers of the female Christian student of Shehu Shagari College of Education, Sokoto, Deborah Samuel, who was brutally murdered by Muslim extremists. Deborah was stoned to death and her body was burnt in May this year … Continue reading 3 Months after Muslim students murdered Deborah in Sokoto, Nigeria Police yet to arrest killers in viral video

Nigerians in Italy demand justice for Ogorchukwu

Two demonstrations were held in a town on Italy's Adriatic coast on Saturday, August 6, to demand justice for Nigerian street vendor, Alika Ogorchukwu, who was beaten to death by a man in an attack that attracted global headlines. Ogorchukwu was killed by Filippo Ferlazzo on the streets of Civitanova Marche city located in the Province … Continue reading Nigerians in Italy demand justice for Ogorchukwu

TERRORISM: Past, Present and Future

TERRORISM: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE PRESENTED BY: IROBIKO CHIMEZIE KINGSLEY DATE: 05/MARCH/2022 TERRORISM The concept of terror is not new; people in different parts of the world have witnessed different forms of violent attacks for centuries. Although there is no universally accepted definition of the term “terrorism,” the United Nations Office for Drugs and Crime … Continue reading TERRORISM: Past, Present and Future

Shinzo Abe’s assassination was avoidable — Security expert explains

A day after the brazen assassination of Japan's former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during a campaign speech on a city street, security at the event -- or the lack thereof -- is now under the spotlight of scrutiny. Questions have swirled in security circles over how the suspect was able to get so close to Abe … Continue reading Shinzo Abe’s assassination was avoidable — Security expert explains

Buhari urges Nigerian communities to expose terrorists

President Muhammadu Buhari on Saturday in Daura, Katsina State, said increased disclosure of unusual activities will expose bandits and terrorists, nudging the security apparatus to eliminate threats across the country. Speaking to newsmen after the Eid-el-Kabir prayers at his country home, the President said all those that had unleashed mayhem on innocent citizens should reflect … Continue reading Buhari urges Nigerian communities to expose terrorists

How the world will remember Shinzo Abe

The body of Japan's former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was returned to Tokyo on Saturday after he was fatally shot during a campaign speech in western Japan a day earlier. Abe was attacked in the city of Nara and airlifted to a local hospital but died of blood loss despite emergency treatment including massive blood … Continue reading How the world will remember Shinzo Abe

Illinois mass shooting shows nowhere is safe from attacks

The man accused of spraying gunfire into a Chicago-area Independence Day parade from a rooftop, killing at least seven people and wounding dozens more, has confessed to the attack, prosecutors said Wednesday as bail was denied on seven first-degree murder charges. The suspect, Robert Crimo III, 21, dressed in black as he appeared from jail … Continue reading Illinois mass shooting shows nowhere is safe from attacks

Zara Aleena’s alleged killer charged with murder, attempted rape and robbery

29-year-old Jordan McSweeney wore a grey tracksuit when he appeared at Thames Magistrates’ Court, he stood only to confirm his name, date of birth and address in Dagenham. No plea was indicated. McSweeney has been charged with murdering Zara Aleena, an aspiring lawyer who was killed in the early hours of Sunday morning after walking … Continue reading Zara Aleena’s alleged killer charged with murder, attempted rape and robbery