SAS and Delta Force ordered to hunt for British ISIS killer

US Special Forces like these have joined their British counterparts in the hunt for the British Jihadist who has now beheaded three Western hostages.

By Our Editorial Team and agency reports Information reaching our news desk over the weekend say the feared elite British Special Air Services (SAS) and their American counterparts Delta Force have been tasked with the hunting down of a British man said to be the one who has now beheaded two American journalists and a British aid worker. Sources say the two Special Forces units have been given two weeks to find the whereabouts of the man said to have been born in London but of Egyptian parentage whose latest victim was British aid worker David Haines whose beheading was revealed in a video over the weekend. British Prime Minister … Continue reading

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Revealed: Museveni’s plans to win the 2016 general election

Ugandan police chief Gen kale Kayihura who has been tasked with creating an auxiliary force to ensure a Museveni victory in the 2016 elections.

By Henry D Gombya Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has ordered the chief of the country’s police force, Gen Kalekyezi Kayihura to militarise young Ugandans who will be placed at every polling station in the country to ensure an unprecedented fifth term in office that would take him to having been in power for more than 33 years. Gen Kayihura who was promoted from the army and has been the country’s police chief since 2005, has been tasked by Gen Museveni to set up an auxiliary force that will go under the disguised name of ‘crime preventers’. This follows a series of poll defeats in by-elections that the opposition have gone on to … Continue reading

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Is the United Kingdom on the verge of breaking up?

Alex Salmond, the leader of the Scottish national Party and the current Scottish First Minister. Will he succeed in his goal to break up the United Kingdom?

By Henry D Gombya An opinion poll in the London-based Sunday Times is today suggesting that Scotland may vote in 12 days’ time to break away from the United Kingdom. The poll has been greeted with shock here and the leader of the opposition Labour Party Ed Miliband has suggested were the ‘Yes Vote’ to win the coming Scottish referendum, the British Government he will lead if elected Prime Minister in next year’s general election, will put armed guards on the border with Scotland. The ‘Yes’ Campaign for those who want Scotland to break away from the United Kingdom has now shockingly surpassed that of the ‘No’ vote and is … Continue reading

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Pan African Forum urges African Union to stop ICC flawed cases

President Uhuru Kenyatta: "...documents filed against him have changed from crimes against humanity to economic crimes..."

By Jessica A Badebye The Pan African Forum has called upon the African Union Chairperson Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz, to immediately call for an urgent Extra-Ordinary Heads of State meeting to discuss and decide the menace created by the International Criminal Court (ICC) on African Governance. The call was made by the  Chairman of the Pan African Forum  Dr David Matsanga in a press statement he issued to the world on Kenyan cases. Expressing his annoyance at the ICC for shifting goal posts on Kenyan cases for the last six months, Dr Matsanga observed that the case filed against Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, has changed from crimes against humanity to economic crimes … Continue reading

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Museveni overthrow wont solve Uganda’s problems – Besigye

Former Ugandan opposition leader Col Dr Kizza Besigye addresses Ugandan in Amsterdam at the weekend. On his left is UDE General Secretary, Steve Mwase and Janat Magato from Sweden.

By Dradenya Amazia in Amsterdam Overthrowing President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda needs only ‘a few top people currently on the outskirts of power’. He can fall any moment now if Ugandans want. But this will not solve the enormous problems the country now faces after nearly 30 years of power by the Uganda leader.  This was said at the weekend by the former Ugandan opposition leader Col Dr Kiiza Besigye when addressing Ugandans in the Netherlands capital of Amsterdam. The three times presidential candidate and former leader of Uganda’s main political party, Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) said: “You can overthrow a dictator and may bring a worse Kizza Besigye … Continue reading

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