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Nigeria mosque attack: suicide bomber kills dozens

Source: The Guardian

BY Ruth Maclean West Africa correspondent ​and agencies

Dozens of people have been killed by a suicide bomb attack during morning prayers in a mosque in north-east  137 more words

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Red Cross: $6 Million Meant to Fight Ebola Was Stolen Through Fraud

Source: Time

By Clarence Roy-Macaulay and Krista Larson / AP

(FREETOWN, Sierra Leone) — Fraud by Red Cross workers and others wasted at least $6 million meant to fight the deadly Ebola outbreak in West Africa, the organization confirmed Saturday. 119 more words

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Daughters Who Walk This Path

By Yejide Kilanko

This is the intertwine tale of two woman, the aunt and the niece, who have both live through the same trauma and how they did not react the same way. 459 more words

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This little unknown country might not have so much to offer but it definitely reperesents a lovely West African experience. Beautiful nature, great hikes, hassle-free cities, voodoo rituals, motorcycle adrenaline and lots of beer. 2,007 more words


The Gambia: Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat donates food & clothing to Tallinding fire disaster victims

Source: http://thepoint.gm/africa/gambia/article/ahmadiyya-supports-tallinding-fire-disaster-victims | Author: Cherno Omar Bobb

Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at-The Gambia on Monday donated 5 bags of rice, 2 bags of onion, 4 gallons of 5 liter cooking oil, three school bags and cloths to three victim families of fire disaster in Tallinding. 229 more words

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Ahmadi Muslims Face Growing Persecution in Algeria

Source: https://muftah.org/ahmadi-muslims-face-growing-persecution-algeria/#.WdkP_4-CzIU | Fatima Mohie-Eldin

On August 28, Mohamed Fali, the leader of Algeria’s Ahmadiyya Muslim sect, was arrested. On September 13, he was sentenced to a six month suspended prison term and a fine of 20,000 Algerian dinars… 183 more words

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Sierra Leone arrests pastor who blamed Islam for 'every terrorist act in history'

Source: The Guardian

BY Cooper Inveen

A Nigerian pastor has been arrested in Sierra Leone after recordings of a sermon targeting Muslims went viral on social media, sparking widespread outrage. 150 more words

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