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Nigeria ‘Terror’ Attacks Threaten Elections

Nigeria ‘Terror’ Attacks Threaten Elections

Bombing in Nigeria’s capital city Abuja, in which more than 70 were killed, and unabated attacks in most parts of the northern region could stall elections next year and provoke further crises, anal
Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 April 2014 10:44

Veiled Muslim Dancers Spark Ire in Malawi

Veiled Muslim Dancers Spark Ire in Malawi
A leading Islamic organization in Malawi has protested the use of veiled Muslim women to dance in political campaigns and rallies, rejecting the phenomenon as contradicting with Islamic teachings.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 April 2014 15:06

CAR Muslims Face Rwanda-like Genocide

CAR Muslims Face Rwanda-like Genocide
Facing long months of anti-Muslims' violence which has ripped Central African Republic, a former Seleka general has warned that the country was turning to a new Rwanda for the Muslim minority, accusin
Last Updated on Monday, 14 April 2014 19:11

Stability Hopes Drive Guinea-Bissau Vote

Stability Hopes Drive Guinea-Bissau Vote
As voters headed to polling stations in Guinea-Bissau on Sunday, April 13, to pick a new parliament and president, post-coup fears of tension and turmoil are fading away amid hopes to restore stabilit
Last Updated on Sunday, 13 April 2014 14:12

Nigeria Faiths Want United, Just Homeland

Nigeria Faiths Want United, Just Homeland
Muslims and Christians are calling for deeper understanding among members of the two communities attending Nigeria's stormy national conference, warning of the dangers of polarizing the nation along e
Last Updated on Saturday, 12 April 2014 10:45

Guinea Bissau Holds First Vote Since Coup

Guinea Bissau Holds First Vote Since Coup
Amid prevailing optimism of bringing stability to the west African nation, voters in Guinea Bissau will go to poll stations next Sunday to pick a new parliament and president in the first elections si
Last Updated on Friday, 11 April 2014 13:15

Kenya Police Prefers Extrajudicial Killings

Kenya Police Prefers Extrajudicial Killings
Police forces in Kenya have resorted to new methods to fight terror suspects, with a growing number of officers revealing their direct involvement in the killing of three Muslim scholars over the span
Last Updated on Friday, 11 April 2014 10:41

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