Written by MARAVIPOST CORRESPONDANT
Newly appointed Inspector General (IG) Paul Kanyama has openly expressed his sadness and regret that some law enforcers are aiding gang of criminals in the country.
Paul Kanyame made the remarks following the arrest of a police officers caught stealing Saturday December 13 2014, at Kanjedza in Blantyre, a story that was covered by the Maravipost.
Written by mARAVIPOST IREPORTS
Since my election as President of the State Council and Council of Ministers I have reiterated in many occasions our willingness to hold a respectful dialogue with the United States on the basis of sovereign equality, in order to deal reciprocally with a wide variety of topics without detriment to the national Independence and self-determination of our people.
Written by MARINA KOREN
December 17, 2014 In what President Obama is calling "one of the most significant changes in our policy in more than 50 years," the White House announced Wednesday that it would restore diplomatic relations with Cuba.
"Neither the American nor Cuban people are well-served by a rigid policy that's rooted in events that took place before most of us were born," said the president, who was born in 1961, the same year that the U.S. imposed a strict trade embargo on Cuba. Obama called the longstanding American stance toward Cuba an "outdated approach that for decades has failed to advance our interests."
Written by Nosa Osazuwa - Ireporter
At the ongoing inquest into the cause of the collapse of a building at The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) that led to over 100 deaths, a witness for the Lagos State Police has told the court that the theory of sabotage has not been ruled out.
The Unit Commander in charge of the Explosive Ordinance Device (EOD) of the Lagos State Police Command, ASP Olakunle Olanrewaju, told the coroner that the police is still investigating the theory that explosives were used to cause the collapse of The SCOAN building on 12th September, 2014.