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Written by BollywoodHungamaNewsNetwork | Mumbai | Published: July 8 in Abuja, Nigeria Thursday Oct 13 2016 (Sunday Aghaeze/Nigeria State House via AP) Top News Joy jubilation and dancing erupted Sunday when a group of Nigerian parents were reunited with 21 schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram 2 years ago and freed in the first negotiated release organized by the government and the Islamic extremist group The girls were hugged and embraced by their parents when they were presented by the government according to video obtained by The Associated Press “I never expected I will see my daughter again and I pray that those girls still left behind that God will bring them out safely the way our own daughter came out alive” said a mother of one of the released girls Raha Emmanuel in the Hausa language The girls were released Thursday and flown to Abuja Nigeria’s capital but it’s taken days for the parents to arrive Most arrived Sunday after driving hours over potholed roads slowed by military checkpoints and the danger of attack by the insurgents said community leader Tsambido Hosea Abana The parents came from the remote northeastern town of Chibok where nearly 300 girls were kidnapped on April 2014 in a mass abduction that shocked the world Dozens of schoolgirls escaped in the first few hours but after last week’s release 197 remain captive The government says negotiations are continuing to win their freedom Muta Abana the father of one of the released girls has been living in Nasarawa state neighboring Abuja expressed anxiety as many of the girls reportedly have been forced to marry Boko Haram fighters File Photo: In this undated image taken from video distributed Sunday Aug 14 2016 an alleged Boko Haram soldier standing in front of a group of girls alleged to be some of the 276 abducted Chibok schoolgirls held since April 2014 in an unknown location (Source: Militant video/Site Institute via AP File) “Some of them came back with babies but think about it are we going to kill the children” Abana said to The Associated Press speaking in Hausa “We won’t be able to kill the children because it would be as if we don’t want the girls to come back God knows why it happened It’s God’s will” He also said the girls’ abduction has been politicized complaining that “People’s children aren’t money people’s children are not clothes you wear to campaign people’s children are their pride” The girls are getting medical attention and trauma counselling in a hospital said Tsambido Abana the Chibok community leader in Abuja Some are “emaciated” from hunger he said There are conflicting reports about how the girls were freed with two military officers telling the AP they were exchanged for four detained Boko Haram commanders and a Nigerian who negotiated previous failed attempts saying a large ransom was paid by the Swiss government on behalf of Nigerian authorities The officers and the negotiator who did not take part in the latest talks spoke on condition of anonymity because they are not authorized to discuss the matter with the press For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Published: September 13 2017 8:29 am Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina center meets with Rohingya Muslims at Kutupalong refugee camp near the border town of Ukhia Bangladesh (Source: AP Photo) Related News Bangladesh’s leader demanded that Myanmar allow the return of hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims who fled recent violence in the Buddhist-majority nation – a crisis she said left her speechless Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said Bangladesh would offer the refugees temporary shelter and aid but that Myanmar should soon “take their nationals back” “We will not tolerate injustice” she said Tuesday at the Kutupalong refugee camp near the border town of Ukhiya in Cox’s Bazar district At least 370000 Rohingya have flooded into Bangladesh since Aug 25 when Myanmar’s military responded to a major insurgent attack with what it called “clearance operations” to root out the rebels Many of the fleeing Rohingya have said Myanmar soldiers shot indiscriminately burned their homes and warned them to leave or die Others said they were attacked by Buddhist mobs The crisis has drawn sharp criticism of Myanmar’s government and its leader Nobel Peace Prize recipient Aung San Suu Kyi On Tuesday Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei called the killing of Muslims a political disaster and called Suu Kyi a “brutal woman” UN human rights chief Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein said the Rohingya were victims of what “seems a textbook example of ethnic cleansing” Two human rights groups on Tuesday accused the UN Security Council of ignoring the crisis Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International spoke at UN headquarters ahead of closed council discussions Wednesday about the Myanmar situation Louis Charbonneau the UN director for Human Rights Watch said “This is an international peace and security crisis” and there is no excuse for the Security Council “sitting on its hands” The Organization of Islamic Cooperation the world’s largest Muslim body is urging Myanmar to allow in UN monitors so they can investigate what it alleges is systematic brutality against the Rohingya The UN Human Rights Council approved an investigative mission earlier this year but Myanmar in June refused to allow it to enter An envoy’s visit in July was met with protests In Myanmar a Rohingya man said security forces arrived Monday in the village of Pa Din firing guns setting new fires to homes and driving out hundreds of Rohingya “People were scared and running out of the village” the villager said speaking on condition of anonymity out of fear for his safety Myanmar police however said the houses were burned by terrorists they called Bengalis a term used derisively in Myanmar against Rohingya Myanmar’s military said Rohingya villagers helped them arrest six suspected insurgents armed with swords and slingshots on Monday The military commander in chief’s office posted on Facebook that the six were detained as they entered Ka Nyin Tan village in Maungdaw township In Bangladesh Kutupalong and another existing Rohingya camp were already beyond capacity Bangladesh has said it would provide 2000 acres (810 hectares) for a new camp in Cox’s Bazar district to help shelter new arrivals Some were staying in schools or huddling in makeshift settlements along roads and in open fields Basic resources were scarce including food clean water and medical aid Aid agencies have been overwhelmed by the influx of Rohingya many of whom are arriving hungry and traumatized after walking for days through jungles or being packed into rickety wooden boats in search of safety in Bangladesh The government hospital in Cox’s Bazar has been overwhelmed by Rohingya patients with 80 arriving with gunshot wounds as well as bad infections At least three Rohingya were wounded by land mines amid accusations that Myanmar’s government had planted new mines along the routes Rohingya are using to flee Dozens also have drowned when boats capsized during sea and river crossings Myanmar’s authorities said more than a week ago that some 400 people _ mostly described as insurgents _ had died in clashes with troops but it has offered no updated death toll since Rohingya have faced decades of discrimination and persecution in Myanmar and are denied citizenship despite centuries-olds roots there Before Aug 25 Bangladesh had already been housing some 500000 Rohingya who arrived after bloody anti-Muslim rioting in 2012 or amid earlier persecution drives in Myanmar The OIC in its statement issued Tuesday called on Muslim countries to work together to help the Rohingya refugees It made its decision after an emergency meeting on the sidelines of a technology conference in Astana Kazakhstan For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News it has since stagnated and fallen in recent years, Some villagers spotted her and rushed her to 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As damagesPatnaik sought 10 per cent of the profits of the filmif he is not given the credit for the concept For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Harare (zimbabwe) | Updated: November 15 2017 7:47 am Soldiers stand beside military vehicles just outside Harare Zimbabwe November 142017 REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo Top News Soldiers deployed across the Zimbabwe capital Harare and seized the state broadcaster on Wednesday after 93-year-old President Robert Mugabe’s ruling ZANU-PF party accused the head of the military of treason prompting frenzied speculation of a coup Just 24 hours after military chief General Constantino Chiwenga threatened to intervene to end a purge of his allies in Mugabe’s ZANU-PF a Reuters reporter saw armoured personnel carriers on main roads around the capital Aggressive soldiers told passing cars to keep moving through the darkness “Don’t try anything funny Just go” one barked at Reuters on Harare Drive Two hours later soldiers overran the headquarters of the ZBC Zimbabwe’s state broadcaster and a principal Mugabe mouthpiece and ordered staff to leave Several ZBC workers were manhandled two members of staff and a human rights activist said Shortly afterwards three explosions rocked the centre of the southern African nation’s capital Reuters witnesses said Despite the troops stationed at locations across Harare there was no word from the military as to the fate of Mugabe Zimbabwe’s leader of the last 37 years and the self-styled ‘Grand Old Man’ of African politics In contrast to his elevated status on the continent Mugabe is reviled in the West as a despot whose disastrous handling of the economy and willingness to resort to violence to maintain power destroyed one of Africa’s most promising states In the only official word from the government Isaac Moyo Zimbabwe’s ambassador to neighbouring South Africa earlier dismissed talk of a coup saying the government was “intact” and blaming social media for spreading false information “There’s nothing really happening They are just social media claims” Moyo told Reuters The Southern African nation has been on edge since Monday when Chiwenga Commander of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces said he was prepared to “step in” to end a purge of supporters of sacked vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa Only a few months ago Mnangagwa a former security chief nicknamed “The Crocodile” was favourite to succeed his life-long political patron but was ousted a week ago to pave the way for Mugabe’s 52-year-old wife Grace to succeed him “POLITICS OVER THE GUN” Chiwenga’s unprecedented statement represented a major escalation of the struggle to succeed Mugabe the only leader Zimbabwe has known since it gained independence from Britain in 1980 Mugabe chaired a weekly cabinet meeting in the capital on Tuesday officials said and afterwards ZANU-PF said it stood by the “primacy of politics over the gun” and accused Chiwenga of “treasonable conduct … meant to incite insurrection” The previous day Chiwenga had made clear the army’s refusal to accept the removal of Mnangagwa – like the generals a veteran of Zimbabwe’s anti-colonial liberation war – and the presumed accession of Grace once a secretary in the government typing pool Local government minister Saviour Kasukuwere a leading figure in her relatively youthful ‘G40’ faction refused to answer Reuters questions about the situation in Harare “I’m in a meeting” he said before hanging up shortly before midnight Army police and government spokesmen refused to answer numerous phone calls asking for comment “DEFENDING OUR REVOLUTION” Neither Mugabe nor Grace have responded in public to Chiwenga’s remarks and state media did not publish his statement The Herald newspaper posted some of the comments on its Twitter page but deleted them The head of ZANU-PF’s youth wing which openly backs Grace accused the army chief of subverting the constitution “Defending the revolution and our leader and president is an ideal we live for and if need be it is a principle we are prepared to die for” Youth League leader Kudzai Chipanga said at the party’s headquarters in Harare Grace Mugabe’s rise has brought her into conflict with the independence-era war veterans who enjoyed privileged status in Zimbabwe until the last two years when they spearheaded criticism of Mugabe’s handling of the economy In the last year a chronic absence of dollars has led to long queues outside banks and an economic and financial collapse that many fear will rival the meltdown of 2007-2008 when inflation topped out at 500 billion percent Imported goods are running out and economists say that by some measures inflation is now at 50 percent a month According to a trove of intelligence documents reviewed by Reuters this year Mnangagwa has been planning to revitalise the economy by bringing back thousands of white farmers kicked off their land nearly two decades ago and patching up relations with the likes of the World Bank and IMF Whatever the outcome analysts said the military would want to present their move as something other than a full-blown coup to avoid criticism from an Africa keen to leave behind the Cold War continental stereotype of generals being the final arbiters of political power “A military coup is the nuclear option” said Alex Magaisa a UK-based Zimbabwean academic “A coup would be a very hard sell at home and in the international community They will want to avoid that” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: June 25 2010 1:28 am Related News The Central Secretariat-Badarpur Metro corridor is expected to meet its Commonwealth Games deadline with the Delhi Metro putting work on the fast-track on this 20-km stretch With plans to commission the line by Septemberthe DMRC announced on Thursday that trial runs on a section of the corridor could begin by July 1 We are planning to lower four coaches of a standard gauge train at the ramp located between Jangpura and Lajpat Nagar this Saturday night Initiallytrials will be conducted on the 9-km stretch between Central Secretariat and Lajpat Nagarthey will be gradually extended to other sections as they get ready?the court remarked. 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