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Chad is threatening to scrap an agreement with the US that allows American troops to operate in the country, signaling the US might lose even more of its military footprint in Africa after Niger ordered a US withdrawal.

All over the world,  a number of charitable initiatives are sometimes involved in shady practices, especially in underdeveloped areas.

Now it arises that Prince Harry’s African conservation charity is facing renewed torture allegations.

A former park ranger has now admitted to tying up suspects and beating them, including using a horrific torture technique called ‘the swing.’

Watch: Migrants Complain That New Yorkers Don't Learn African Languages MikeRivero

A hearing held earlier this week in New York by the Council’s immigration and hospital committees saw black migrants who have arrived in the city airing their grievances about public services they have been provided, including food and accommodation, with one woman even complaining that New Yorkers won’t learn Congolese languages.

US To Withdraw Troops From Niger MikeRivero

On Friday, the United States agreed to withdraw its military personnel — more than 1,000 troops — from Niger. The decision follows a military coup and subsequent demands from the new junta that have challenged Western forces’ presence on their soil.

British energy giant Shell should not be allowed to sell its onshore assets in Nigeria until it properly addresses the environmental damages its decades of oil spills have caused in the Niger Delta region, human rights advocate Isa Sanusi told RT in an interview on Tuesday.

Sanusi, the director of Amnesty International in the West African country, accused the Nigerian government of standing by and doing nothing while Shell destroyed thousands of livelihoods through oil pollution, a problem which has persisted for over half a century.

Men's Hairstyles of the 19th Century: A Look Through Vintage Photos anilaarti
The beginning of the 19th century was marked by the consequences of the French Revolution and the rise of Napoleon Bonaparte. This period saw a departure from the elaborate styles of the late 18th century, with men opting for simpler, more natural looks. Short, neatly cut hair became fashionable, often with sideburns and clean-shaven faces. This clean style was influenced by military trends and remained popular throughout Europe and North America. As the 19th century progressed, hairstyles became more diverse and expressive. Long hair for men emerged in the mid-19th century, influenced by
Morocco to host Israeli drone production facility despite anti-normalisation uproar MikeRivero

Morocco will reportedly host an Israeli drone production site despite the growing anti-normalisation protests in the country.

The conflict has been overshadowed by the war between Israel and Hamas in Gaza Strip, which since October has caused a massive humanitarian crisis for Palestinians and a threat of famine in the territory.

Niger Gives Final Warning To U S Troops To Leave MikeRivero

Ugandan MP requests her government postpone the World Health Assembly vote on the IHR amendments malterwitty
During a parliamentary session earlier this month, Lucy Akello asked that the Attorney-General of Uganda postpone the upcoming vote at the World Health Assembly to adopt the amendments to the International Health Regulations and the Pandemic Treaty. “We cannot, as a country, go into this vote without consulting [Members of the Parliament of Uganda],” she said.