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Tragic Collapse of Nigerian School Building Kills at Least 22 Students
Jul, 13 2024

Tragic Collapse of Nigerian School Building Kills at Least 22 Students

At least 22 students lost their lives when a school building collapsed in Jos North district of Plateau State, Nigeria. The incident occurred at Saints Academy college, and rescue efforts are still ongoing as authorities and locals work tirelessly to save trapped victims. The collapse has been attributed to the building's weak structure and its precarious location near a riverbank.

Deep-Rooted Causes Behind Recent Coups in Mali, Niger, and Burkina Faso
Jun, 25 2024

Deep-Rooted Causes Behind Recent Coups in Mali, Niger, and Burkina Faso

The recent military coups in Mali, Niger, and Burkina Faso are primarily driven by local grievances and personal ambitions rather than external geopolitical influences. These uprisings highlight the internal power struggles and dissatisfaction among the populace and the military with their governments' failure to tackle local issues and security concerns.

President Ruto Emphasizes Korea-Africa Partnership to Unlock Continent's Potential
Jun, 4 2024

President Ruto Emphasizes Korea-Africa Partnership to Unlock Continent's Potential

At the 2023 Korea-Africa Summit, President William Ruto urged for strategic partnerships to unlock Africa's potential. With a focus on economic ties and cooperation in fields like infrastructure, manufacturing, and renewable energy, Ruto championed the benefits of collaboration between Africa and Korea. He also highlighted the historic connections between the continent and Korea.

Iran Rules Out Sabotage in Raisi's Fatal Helicopter Crash Amid Ongoing Probe
May, 24 2024

Iran Rules Out Sabotage in Raisi's Fatal Helicopter Crash Amid Ongoing Probe

Iran's military has found no evidence of criminal activity in the helicopter crash that killed President Ebrahim Raisi and seven others. The crash in the mountainous northwest occurred while Raisi was returning from a dam inauguration. Preliminary findings suggest no foul play, as the helicopter followed its planned route and showed no signs of gunfire.

NATO Military Committee Chair Visits Colombia to Bolster Strategic Military Cooperation
May, 23 2024

NATO Military Committee Chair Visits Colombia to Bolster Strategic Military Cooperation

Admiral Rob Bauer, the Chair of NATO's Military Committee, visited Colombia from May 19 to 23, 2024, to discuss and enhance military cooperation. Hosting him were General Helder Fernan Giraldo Bonilla and other prominent Colombian officials. The visit celebrated the ongoing partnership initiated in 2015, which has grown to encompass various fronts including cyber security and maritime safety.