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How Nigerian troops captured ISWAP commander’s house inside Sambisa Forest – Video

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On April 10, 2022, Nigerian troops of the Operation Hadin Kai fighting to dislodge terrorists of the ISIS affiliated Islamic State West Africa Province, ISWAP, and Boko Haram insurgents in the northern region of the country, captured the home of an ISWAP commander in the dreaded Sambisa Forest in Borno State.

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Video: Africa must define its values internally – President Kagame

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President Paul Kagame of Rwanda at the ongoing Commonwealth Head of Government Meeting (CHOG) in Kigali, the East African country’s capital, spoke in defense of African values, stressing the need for the continent to shape the narration of what is regarded as its values.

In this video, president Kagame insists Africans must defined its values internally and not rely on externalities to define it values.

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Video: Scores feared dead as over 2,000 African migrants attempt to cross to Melila, Spain

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Over 2’000 mainly sub-Saharan migrants attempted to reach Melilla, Spain through its border with Morocco. Reports say at least eighteen people died in the mass action with many injured.

Hundreds of Moroccan officers were also reported injured when they clashed with the migrants, who attacked them them with forces of violence.

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