m3n4.net
m3n4.net November 17, 2018


At Least 50 Killed In Bombing During Mosque's Morning Prayers In Nigeria

22 November 2017, 12:27 | Tara Lloyd

At Least 50 Killed In Bombing During Mosque's Morning Prayers In Nigeria

At Least 50 Killed In Bombing During Mosque's Morning Prayers In Nigeria

A suicide bomber killed at least 50 people in northeastern Nigeria on Tuesday in an attack on a mosque which bore the hallmarks of a faction of the Islamist militant group Boko Haram.

Abubakar Othman, a police spokesman in Adamawa state, said the death toll was at least 50, but added that the tally could rise.

Asked who was responsible, Abubakar said: "We all know the trend".

The Best Cyber Monday Beauty Deals On Amazon
Want Black Friday savings without the hassle? The retailer also has to offer the best tv deals available on Black Friday. In the wee hours of the morning on Thursday, we told you all about Walmart's Black Friday 2017 plans.

No-one has claimed responsibility for the attack, but suspicions are likely to fall on the Boko Haram terror group, which often carries out attacks against civilians in the country's north-east.

The teenage boy was wearing a suicide bomb vest which he triggered during early morning prayers at the Mosque at Kunu Araha area of Mubi town in Adamawa State.

Noting the current moves by the IGP to review police personnel and strategy in the state, the president directed him to visit the state and report back his findings about the deadly attacks.

Xbox Black Friday Deal Discounts Console to Lowest Ever Price
There will also be a variety of deals on Xbox One bundles, games, subscriptions and accessories. The new Surface Pro will be off up to $329 off, depending on configuration.

But St-Pierre said despite this "Boko Haram remains an extremely potent and risky organisation" which was far from being "on the back foot", as the military and government has claimed.

There have been repeated raids and suicide bombings, blamed on Boko Haram remnants pushed out of their camps in the Sambisa Forest area of Borno.

Boko Haram's jihadi fighters have been blamed for the deaths of roughly 20,000 people and the displacement of more than 2.6 million others in less than a decade.

Feds reveal HBO's alleged Game of Thrones hacker in wanted poster
There will be a Federal Bureau of Investigation press conference on Tuesday at 12:30 p.m.to announce the charges against Mesri. Behzad Mesri is believed to still be in Iran but the charges send a message to everyone who attacks US targets, said officials.

Sunday's attack in Lawanti village, in the Jere area of Borno state, again underlined the threat posed by the group to people outside heavily-fortified towns and cities.



Other News

Trending Now

Olympian Aly Raisman Claims Gymnastics Physician Sexually Assaulted Her At 15
The former athlete, who claims to be "angry", wants to "just bring change" so that young gymnasts "never have to live this again". More than 140 women are now suing Nassar and his former employer, Michigan State University. "I was molested by Dr.

Trump defends Roy Moore: 'He totally denies it'
Asked if having an alleged molester in the Senate was preferable to seating a Democrat, Trump pointed to Moore's denials. Trump's position is a break from other national Republicans, who have called on Moore to step aside.

Selena Gomez accused of lip syncing at AMAs
If you missed out on the show don't fret, we have a list of celebrities who managed to make a statement with their look. The singer delivered an emotional set with Marshmello , the buzzy producer she collaborated with for the new single.

Morocco qualifies for World Cup, Ivory Coast misses out
Nabil Dirar scored the opener in the 25th minute with an inswinging cross that went untouched through the box and entered the net. DR Congo were the only team still with a chance to catch Tunisia, but they fell short despite a late 3-1 win over Guinea.

Twitter yanks verification badges from white supremacists
Robinson, the ex-EDL leader and outspoken critic of Islam, told HuffPost UK the move was a "blatant attack on free speech". In a phone interview, Spencer said he was anxious the move would lead to people like him being banned from Twitter .

Driverless Shuttle Involved in Accident Mere Hours After it Launches
The accident is believed to be the fault of a human truck driver who emerged from a side alley and failed to stop his vehicle. Supporters of self-driving cars argue that they will reduce traffic accidents because they remove human error.

Union County families adopt 9 kids on National Adoption Day
Around 200 children in Snohomish County are legally separated from their biological parents and waiting to be adopted. Since then, Charlotte has been a member of the family, but on Friday, the Porters made it official.

Vladimir Putin hails Bashar al-Assad for 'fighting terrorist groups', says Kremlin
Putin hosted Assad at a Black Sea resort ahead of a summit later this week with Russia, Turkey and Iran, the ABC reported.

Canada's decision to decline TPP agreement shouldn't be surprising: Trudeau
The official disputes the notion it was a snub because the leaders would mingle at APEC events over the next 24 hours anyway. Canada's representatives were at the meeting and appear to have re-entered talks.

UK Cabinet minister under fire over secret Israel meetings
International Development Secretary Priti Patel arrives at 10 Downing Street in London, Wednesday Nov. 8, 2017. According to news reports, Lord Polak sat in on 11 of the 12 meetings, including the one with Netanyahu.