Mogadishu, February 3, 2016 (GSN) - A passenger plane has made an emergency landing in Somalia's capital with a gaping hole in its fuselage.
The hole in the plane's side appeared shortly after take-off from Mogadishu at 10,000ft (3,048m), a colleague of one of the passengers told the BBC.
It is not clear what caused the damage. Officials say two passengers were hurt.
Addis Ababa, February 02, 2016 (GMN) - Dozens of people have been killed in the western Ethiopia region of Gambella during fighting between Nuer and Anuak groups that involved local security forces, an official said.
Gambella, January 31, 2016 (GMN) - Not so long ago, when Gambella regional state hosted the most popular outdoor festival in Ethiopia, the 10th Nations and Nationalities and People's Day celebrated with joy, love and unity in diversity. Anyuak, Nuer, Mazhenger, komo and Opo live together side by side in peace and harmony for many years until recently when two individuals citizen a driver of deputy president engineer Olero from Anyauk and College deputy dean from Nure argued over the land allocation ownership which end up arresting deputy dean for firing a shotgun at the individuals.
January 29, 2016 (GSN) - On behalf of the Gambella Diaspora Association, we condemn the ongoing acts of violence in Gambella People’s Regional State of Ethiopia that started on January 20, 2016 between two individuals over the land plot ownership. We are in total shock and utter disgust at such a senseless act of violence. Our hearts go out to the families of the victims.
Moscow, January 28, 2016 (GSN) - Russia has carried out a series of deadly airstrikes against the terrorist group and Vladimir Putin has now sent the country's most elite special forces team into the war zone.And speculation is heightening that offensive will be bolstered by the China's People's Liberation Army, following a number of reports of military movements in the region backed up by strong words from a senior government member at a United Nations meeting.
January 23, 2016 (GSN) - He's sharpening his attacks on Hillary Clinton -- and whacking Wall Street and the rich. He's boasting about his soaring poll numbers in New Hampshire and the tightening race in Iowa. And he's pushing policies that are big on vision and smaller on the details.In short, Sanders is owning his moment as the unlikely challenger who has suddenly turned a sleeper on the Democratic side into a real race. The shift to a more combative, boastful tone is tracking closely with Sanders' stunning ascent in the polls.