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Kim Jong Un compares Trump’s speech to declaration of war, vows tough responseWorld September 22, 7:20
Washington accuses Russia and Syria of civilian casualties in airstrikes on Idlib, HamaWorld September 22, 7:17
US move to quit Iran nuclear deal to send wrong signal to North Korea — Russia’s UN envoyWorld September 22, 6:39
Moscow welcomes reform of UN’s anti-terrorism activities — LavrovRussian Politics & Diplomacy September 22, 3:53
NATO seeking to revive cold war-era climate — LavrovRussian Politics & Diplomacy September 22, 3:51
Situation in Syria gives grounds for cautious optimism — LavrovWorld September 22, 1:24
NATO secretary general comments on Russian military drillsWorld September 21, 21:34
Boko Haram militants (Western education is a sin – translation from the language of Hausa) April 14 kidnapped 276 schoolgirls from the Lyceum in the village Chibok in the northeast of the country. According to police, 53 of them escaped, 223 remain captive.
Boko Haram explained the reason for attack that "Western education must be stopped and the girls have to leave the school and get married."
Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan after a meeting with the heads of law enforcement agencies, the military and the authorities ordered the heads of law enforcement agencies to "do everything possible" to release all schoolgirls. US and France offered help in finding and freeing kidnapped schoolgirls.
There are mass protests in Nigeria. People demand the authorities to take decisive action to neutralize terrorists and release the hostages.