Alahednews Alahednews Zimbabwe: Thousands Celebrate End of Mugabe Era Jubilant scenes unfolded on the streets of Zimbabwe’s capital Harare. Zimbabwe: Summit to Formalize Terms of Mugabe’s Exit The Zimbabwean leader met Thursday with the army commander who put him under house arrest and mediators. Nigeria: Quadruple Suicide Attack Kills 12 Twelve people lost their lives Wednesday evening after four suicide bombers struck in the regional capital of Maiduguri in northeast Nigeria. Military Seizes Power in Zimbabwe as Mugabe Held Military seizes power to stop ’criminals’ taking over as Robert Mugabe held ’for own safety’. Militants Killed in Four Days of US Strikes in Somalia The Pentagon announced that US forces had killed 40 Shabab and Daesh militants in Somalia. Nigeria: Soldier Kills Captain, Takes own Life A Nigerian Army captain was gunned down by a fellow soldier who subsequently took his own life. Kenyan Opposition Accuses President of Rigging October Election Members of the Kenyan opposition have lodged a formal petition with the nation’s Supreme Court. S Sudan’s Capital Tense as Troops Surround Malong’s Home Tensions are high in South Sudan’s capital after President Kiir troops surrounded former military chief of staff’s home. Hezbollah Flags Fly in South African Anti-«Israeli» March South Africa’s second- largest opposition party marched against ’Israel’ in protest of the Balfour Declaration’s centenary. Morocco Shooting: One Killed, Two Hurt in Tourist Town One killed and two hurt in Morocco tourist town shooting. Madagascar Plague Outbreak: WHO Steps In As Epidemic Kills 124 WHO helps countries prepare for further spread after death toll from Madagascar plague rises to 124. Nigeria Mosque Bombing: 5 Killed in Boko Haram Suicide Attack Five people had been killed in a suicide bombing in a mosque in Nigeria. S. African Pair Jailed for Forcing Black Man into Coffin A judge handed down jail terms to two white farmers who filmed themselves forcing a black man into a coffin & threatening to burn him alive. Kenya Election: Deadly Clashes Halt Vote Fears of further bloodshed has led Kenya’s election commission to postpone Saturday voting in some opposition strongholds. Nigeria: Boko Haram Kills 8 Soldiers in New Raid At least eight soldiers were killed in heavy fighting when Boko Haram raided a military camp. Kenya Election Re-Run Marred by Insecurity Western diplomats warned of ’growing insecurity’ in Kenya ahead of Thursday’s presidential election re-run, boycotted by the main opposition. Nigeria: Suicide Attack Claims 13 Lives in Northeast Maiduguri A suicide bomber claimed the lives of 13 people in the northeast Nigerian city of Maiduguri on Sunday. Rights Groups Slam WHO for Appointing Zimbabwe’s Mugabe a Goodwill Ambassador International watchdog, UN Watch, described the United Nations health agency’s announcement as ’sickening’. Thousands Protest Somalia’s Deadliest Attack Thousands of protesters flooded the streets of the Somali capital of Mogadishu in defiance of Saturday’s blasts that claimed more than 300 lives. Kenya: Senior Electoral Official Resigns Ahead Of Poll A senior official from Kenya’s electoral commission resigned and left the East African country saying next week’s polls will not be credible. Somalia Calls for Blood Donations after Bombing Somalia is in desperate need for donated blood to treat survivors of a truck bombing in the capital Mogadishu Saturday. Somalia Terror Attacks: 276 Killed, 300 Injured in Mogadishu Two terrorist bomb blasts in busy locations in the Somali capital left 276 people dead and at least 300 people injured. Boko Haram Affiliates Surrender in N Cameroon Nearly 60 men who said they were captured by the Boko Haram terrorist group and forced to fight for them in Nigeria surrendered to authorities in nort Kenya: Gov’t Bans Protests after Violence Erupts over New Election Law Kenya’s internal security minister said on Thursday organizers of demonstrations would be held personally liable for any damage caused. Liberia 2017 Election: Polls Close In Presidential Vote Voting wrapped up in Liberia, where a runoff election was already expected because of the high number of presidential candidates.