TEXAS SHOOTING: POLICE URGED TO ENTER SCHOOL DURING ATTACK, WITNESSES SAY

TEXAS OFFICIALS SAY GUNMAN SALVADOR RAMOS WAS INSIDE THE SCHOOL IN UVALDE FOR UP TO AN HOUR BEFORE HE WAS KILLED.

Ukraine Calls for more weapons as fighting in Donbas intensifies

The details of the All Progressives Congress (APC) National
Working Committee (NWC) meeting have emerged.

Russia expels Portuguese diplomats

Russia’s defense ministry has said 1,730 fighters have surrendered from Azovstal since Monday, including a further 771 who surrendered in the last 24 hours.

Despite Russia’s warnings, Finland and Sweden apply to join NATO

Stakeholders of Ebonyi North Senatorial District under the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP have charged the PDP stalwarts and leaders in Ebonyi State to sustain the usual zoning formula among the three senatorial zones in 2023.

Somalis celebrate election of new president

There were huge celebrations in Mogadishu as residents welcomed the election of the new Somalia President Hassan Mohamud.

Sri Lanka Bans Former PM from Leaving Country

A Sri Lankan court has banned former prime-minister, Mahinda Rajapaksa, his politician son Namal and 15 of his allies, from leaving the country over violence against anti-government demonstrators.

Sri Lanka Crisis- Rajapaksa gives troops order to shoot

Sri Lanka’s president, Gotabaya Rajapaksa, has, this Wednesday, urged people to reject what he called attempts to cause racial and religious disharmony as violence broke out in many parts of the country over the government’s handling of a devastating economic crisis.

Blaze 91.5FM wishes you Happy Rasta/Bob Marley Day

Blaze 91.5FM wishes you Happy Rasta/Bob Marley Day

Afghan Women Protest Against New Taliban order

About a dozen women protested in the Afghan capital on Tuesday against the Taliban’s new edict that females must fully cover their faces and bodies when in public.

Surrender Nuclear Weapons for Economic Aid, Yoon says

Yoon Suk-yeol has been sworn in as South Korea’s President.