Alahednews Alahednews Somalia: Dozens of Soldiers Killed in Clashes between Two Regions in Land Dispute Fighting between Somalia’s semi-autonomous Puntland region and breakaway Somaliland killed dozens of soldiers, according to a witness and a militar Heavy Rains, Flooding in Somalia, 6 Killed in Mogadishu At least six people lost their lives and hundreds of homes were destroyed following record rains and flooding in the Somali capital. AI Urges IMN to Seek Sheikh Zakzaky’s Justice beyond Nigeria AI urged the IMN to seek justice for Spiritual Leader Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky held in detention outside the Nigerian judiciary. Ebola in Congo: Eleven New Cases Confirmed as Outbreak Spreads The Democratic Republic of Congo’s health ministry confirmed 11 more cases of Ebola and one new death in Bikoro, in a new outbreak of this lethal i Nigeria FHC Kaduna Adjourns IMN Fundamental Rights Case Hearing Nigeria’s Federal High Court adjourns the fundamental rights case of IMN members in Kaduna over technicalities. Nigeria Crackdown: Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky Appears Before Kaduna Court Leader of the IMN Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky was transferred to the central state of Kaduna, where he was arraigned before the state High Court along with Armed Gang Kills At Least 23 in Northwest Burundi At least 23 people had been killed by armed gang members in Burundi. Kenya Dam Collapse: At least 49 Killed, Search for Survivors Underway A search and rescue operation is under way in Kenya after a deadly dam collapse, which killed at least 49 people with many more still missing. Kenya: Over 20 Feared Dead After Dam Bursts Kenyan officials said a dam has burst in Kenya’s Rift Valley due to heavy seasonal rains, forcing people from their homes and killing at least 21; New Ethiopian PM: Nile Dam Won’t Harm Egypt Ethiopia’s newly appointed prime minister, Abiy Ahmed, said that the controversial dam his country is building on the Nile will not harm Egypt’s UN Takes 1,500 Economic Migrants to Niger from Algeria Around 1,500 economic migrants were taken from Algeria to Niger in recent days by the UN’s migration agency, its Niamey chief said on Thursday. Amnesty Says Human Rights in Nigeria at Risk The violent crackdowns on peaceful protests show the determination of the authorities to suppress the rights to freedom of expression and peaceful ass Nigeria President Buhari to Meet Trump in Washington Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari is set to meet with his US counterpart Donald Trump when he arrives in Washington for talks. Somalia: Al-Shabaab Suicide Bomber Kills 6 People, Including Military Officials A suicide bomber killed six people including three senior military officials in the Somali town of Galkayo on Saturday, police said, an attack claimed Morocco Hails UN Western Sahara Resolution to Send Firm Signal to Rebels A new UN resolution on Western Sahara sent a firm message to the separatist Polisario Front that it should not aspire to change the status quo in the Zimbabwe: Opposition Party Slams Government’s ’Insufficient’ Assurance Zimbabwe’s largest opposition group said the recent assurance from the Zanu-PF government that it would concede defeat if it loses at the upcoming ’Genocide-Era’ Mass Graves Discovered In Rwanda Four mass graves were unearthed in Rwanda, which are believed to date from the 1994 genocide. Zimbabwe: Nurses Back to Work after Strike Thousands of Zimbabwean nurses returned to work after ending a major strike, according to their union said, which said that renewed negotiations with Ethiopia: New PM Abiy Ahmad Names New Cabinet Ethiopia’s newly-appointed Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed named a cabinet Thursday. Nigeria Crackdown: Police Savagely Open Fire on Free Zakzaky Protesters The Nigerian police opened fire on Monday on Free Zakzaky peaceful protesters, killing at least one and injuring two others. Mali: Soldier Killed, 5 Wounded in MINUSMA Attack Burkinabe Corporal Ibrahim Yameogo was killed, while five other soldiers were injured in the attack on the MINUSMA camp and the Timbuktu airport area. Somalia: Bomb Blast Kills at least 5, Injures Dozens during Football Match South of Country A bomb blast killed up to five spectators at a football match in southern Somalia, police and a lawmaker said on Friday, the first time an explosion h Ethiopia PM Seeks Change, Asks Protesters for Patience Ethiopia’s newly appointed Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed paid a visit to a hotbed of anti-government protests Wednesday, asking residents for patience Algeria Plane Crash: 247 Killed, No Survivors An Algerian military plane crashed killing all passengers aboard. Sheikh Zakzaky has A Developing Glaucoma, Still Can Barely See Unlike media reports stating that Nigeria’s Sheikh Zakzaky losing his eyesight, his daughter Suhaila told al-Ahed that the Sheikh can still barely