Alahednews Alahednews Daesh Claims Responsibility for Killing 30 Malian Soldiers The West African affiliate of Daesh claimed responsibility on Wednesday for an attack on an army patrol in northern Mali that killed 30 soldiers. Seven Malian Soldiers Killed In Clash with Militants: Army “During this attack, Malian forces suffered seven deaths, 15 wounded as well as equipment damage,” the army said. Violence Feared As Nigerians Vote in State Elections Nigerians voted to elect new governors in two states with security forces out in numbers to prevent any pre-election violence. Nigeria Crackdown: Shia Man Martyred by Police Fire in Kaduna The Nigerian Police Force attacked and killed one of the IMN members in Zaria, Kaduna State. Egypt, Ethiopia, Sudan to Try to Resolve Renaissance Dam Dispute Within Three Months The ministers reaffirmed their joint commitment to reach a comprehensive, cooperative, adaptive, sustainable, and mutually beneficial agreement. France Says Its Troops Killed a Leading Terrorist in the Sahel French troops killed one of the Sahel region’s leading terrorist on Oct. 9, France’s defense minister said on Tuesday. Terrorist Attack on Military Post Kills More Than 50 Malian Soldiers At least 53 soldiers lost their lives in an attack on a military post in northeast Mali. Ethiopia Protests: 67 Killed Amid Week of Anti-Gov’t Rallies 67 people were killed in Ethiopia this week as protests against Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed. Arbaeen 2019: Yet another Nigerian Conspiracy to Mass Murder Sheikh Zakzaky’s Followers We are calling on international community to take relevant action on crimes and violations of human rights being committed by the Buhari-led governmen Mozambique Holds Peaceful Election after Violent Campaign Mozambique voted in a general election hailed by the president as a sign the country was progressing ’peacefully’. Burkina Faso Mosque Attack: Terrorists Kill at Least 16 during Friday Prayer Sixteen people lost their lives and two were seriously injured in an attack on a mosque in Burkina Faso’s volatile north, security sources said Sat Amnesty: «Israeli» NSO Spyware Used to Monitor Human Rights Activists in Morocco “Israeli” NSO spying tools have been used to track down two Moroccan human rights activists who are being chased by state authorities. Ethiopian PM Abiy Ahmed Wins 2019 Nobel Peace Prize Ethiopian Prime Minister won the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize for his peacemaking efforts with Eritrea. Liberia Fire: At least 30 Children Killed near Monrovia At least 30 children had been killed when their school in Liberia caught fire. Congo: At Least 50 Dead After Train Derails At least 50 people were killed when a train derailed in Congo’s southeastern province. Ashura in Nigeria: Martyrs As Army Attacks Imam Hussein Mourners Nigerian forces used tear gas to break up the processions. Zimbabwe Ex-President Robert Mugabe Dies Former Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has died at the age of 95, President Emmerson Mnangagwa said. UN Slams Nigeria Military for Using ‘Lethal Force’ on Muslims Callamard strongly condemned the Abuja government’s application of deadly violence against the Islamic Movement in Nigeria. DSS Operatives Drive Sheikh Zakzaky Back to Detention on Return to Nigeria DSS (Secret Police) took the Sheikh and his entourage back to his previous detention facility in Kaduna state. Sheikh Zakzaky Back to Nigeria It is now confirmed that the Sheikh was on his way back to Abuja, Nigeria on Thursday evening. Car Bombs Shake Somali Military Base, Deaths Reported A government military base in south Somalia was struck by car bombs and gunfire. Sheikh Zakzaky in India to Receive Treatment: He Rejected Nigerian Gov’t’s Private Jet Sheikh Ibrahim El-Zakzaky and his wife departed Abuja for India Tanzania Fuel Tanker Explosion: At Least 61 Killed The source added that so far 61 bodies had been recovered from the scene of the tragedy. Nigeria Crackdown: Sheikh Zakzaky Granted Bail after Mass Protests A Nigerian court granted bail to Muslim cleric Sheikh Ibrahim al-Zakzaky so that he can fly to India for medical care. Nigeria Crackdown: Banning IMN Could Spark New Conflict Sheikh Zakzaky’s daughter warned that the government’s recent ban on the IMN could ignite a new conflict in the West African nation.