Senegal troops have entered the Gambian border Thursday to force President Yahya Jammeh to step down following defeat in a democratic election by opposition leader Adama Barrow. Senegalese capital confirmed the military have entered the neighboring country as a part of West African regional effort to defend the election result. […]
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Beware. Your smart TV may be the victim of ransomeware attack. One victim discovered it late last month and it was difficult for him to clean the infection. It is already known ransomware for Android phones invaded several smartphones in 2016 and one or two years before too. Security experts […]Read more ›
Congonese opposition leader Franck Diongo of MLP party has been sentenced five years of prison after a court in the country found him guilty of detaining three soldiers illegally in the capital city Kinshasa last week during violent protests. Human rights lawyer Georges Kapiamba, who attended the trial on Wednesday, […]Read more ›