November 25th @ 2:23 PM GMT
Yahoo! About 400 migrants have been detained after clashes with police at a refugee camp in southern Bulgaria left several injured, and the country's prime minister said Friday that some of them would immediately be deported as threats to national security. (World)
November 28th @ 5:00 PM GMT
Yahoo! Clashes between the Islamic extremist group al-Shabab and villagers in a central Somali town have left 10 people dead and dozens wounded, say local residents. (World)
November 27th @ 6:49 PM GMT
CBS News Charles Wesley Mumbere, a former Pennsylvania nurses aide, accused of inciting violence that left 54 dead in Uganda (World)
November 28th @ 3:51 PM GMT
Yahoo! The death toll has risen to 62 from weekend clashes in a traditional kingdom in western Uganda, which pitted security forces against royal guards accused of belonging to a separatist militia, police said Monday. The streets of the western town of Kasese were empty a day after the fighting which ended when police stormed the palace and arrested King Charles Wesley Mumbere of the Rwenzururu kingdom. ''So far police officers confirmed (the) dead are 16 after two who were in the hospital succ... (World)
November 27th @ 1:00 PM GMT
Yahoo! Ugandan police stormed the palace of a tribal king and arrested him Sunday after fierce clashes between security forces and a separatist militia they believe is linked to him killed 55, police said. Heavy fighting broke out Saturday in the western town of Kasese, home to King Charles Wesley Mumbere of the Rwenzururu kingdom, when his royal guards attacked patrolling security forces, killing 14 police officers and 41 militants, said police spokesman Andrew Felix Kaweesi. President Yoweri Mus... (Politics)
November 28th @ 10:11 AM GMT
Yahoo! Ugandan police said on Monday they had taken control of a tribal king's palace after a weekend of deadly clashes with his supporters and seized a cache of machetes, spears and petrol bombs. At least 46 members of king Charles Wesley Mumbere's guards died fighting police and soldiers in western Uganda, a regional police spokesman said, raising an earlier estimate of the toll. Sixteen police officers also died, he added. (Top Stories)
November 25th @ 11:34 AM GMT
Yahoo! Bulgaria will move migrants who clashed with police at a refugee camp to closed camps and hopes to start extraditing some of them to their native Afghanistan next month, Prime Minister Boiko Borisov said on Friday. More than 400 asylum seekers, angered at being confined at the camp in the southern town of Harmanli near the border with Turkey over a health scare, were arrested after clashes with riot police late on Thursday. Three migrants sought medical help after the riot, it added. (World)
November 28th @ 5:24 PM GMT
Yahoo! The death toll has risen to 62 from weekend clashes between security forces and royal guards in a traditional kingdom in western Uganda, police said on Monday. The streets of the western town of Kasese were empty a day after Sunday's violence which ended when police stormed the palace and arrested King Charles Wesley Mumbere of the Rwenzururu kingdom. ''So far (the number of) police officers confirmed dead are 16 after two who were in the hospital succumbed to their wounds. (Politics)
November 27th @ 11:04 AM GMT
Yahoo! At least 55 people have been killed in fierce fighting that erupted in western Uganda between security forces and a separatist militia linked to a tribal king, police said Sunday. Police spokesman Andrew Felix Kaweesi said 14 police officers and 41 militants had died in the clashes in the town of Kasese on Saturday, when fighters linked to the royal guard of the Rwenzururu kingdom attacked patrolling security forces. ''Yesterday a joint Uganda police and UPDF (army) operation, patrolling ... (Top Stories)
November 25th @ 11:15 AM GMT
Yahoo! Two migrants were killed and two others were injured in a fire at a migrant camp on the Greek island of Lesbos late on Thursday, prompting clashes between other migrants and the police, authorities said on Friday. The fire broke out at 2020 GMT after a gas canister used for cooking exploded in a tent in the camp of Moria. ''We are not animals, we are human beings,'' a migrant told reporters. (World)
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