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ISIS Bride Blows Up Her Baby In Suicide Attack During Deadly Army Shootout

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An ISIS terrorist reportedly blew herself and her baby up as security forces closed in on their hideouts.

 

The suspected jihadi bride denoted an explosives belt after forces killed her husband during counterterrorism operations in Tunisia, security forces claimed.

 

Tunisian squads were tracking an extremist group in the Mount Salloum area of Kasserine province when they killed the suspected jihadi.

 

His wife then blew herself up by activating a suicide vest, the Interior Ministry said in a statement.

 

ISIS bride blows up her baby in suicide attack during deadly army shootout

 

Reports say the explosion killed her baby that she was holding in her arms when she set off the explosives.

 

Her older daughter at the scene is believed to have survived.

 

The ministry said on Thursday night, March 1, that security forces killed a suspected leader of Tunisia’s Jund Al Khilafa brigade in their second operation around the Mount Mghila area.

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Six Suspected Cultists Arrested During Initiation In Awka

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The Anambra State Police Command has announced the arrest of six suspected cultists aged between the ages of 17 and 25 years.

 

The state police spokesperson, Tochukwu Ikenga said the suspects were arrested at Amikwo village in Awka during an initiation ceremony. Two locally-made pistols, eight live cartridges were reportedly recovered from the suspects.

 

Ikenga who gave the name of the suspects as Ejinaka Chukwujekwu (17) Emeka Nwanna (18) Michael Ozuah (20) Chukwuma Obu (22) Onyemaechi Chijoke (25) and Ifeanyi Ebeze (25), said they confessed to being members of Black Axe Confraternity and had participated in the shooting incident of April 12, which resulted to the death of an unidentified man in Ukwuoji area of Awka.

 

He also disclosed that the suspects who were arrested through credible intelligence will be charged to court after the investigation has been concluded.

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Uganda Police Drop Criminal Case Against Runaway Groom

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Police in Uganda has dropped all cases against the bridegroom who disappeared on the eve of his wedding.

 

LIB reported that Dr Patrick Kabagambe Mbusa and Christabella Banturaki had planned to get married at All Saints Cathedral Nakasero in Kampala on Saturday, April 10.

 

However, Dr Mbusa disappeared without communicating with the bride or relatives and switched off his mobile phones. On Sunday, he presented himself at Wandegeya Police Station in Kampala and told detectives that he spent a night at the home of an undisclosed friend because he was stressed.

 

Detectives had opened two files against Dr Mbusa; the fraudulent pretence of marriage and disappearance, which was filed by his bride, Ms Christabella Banturaki.

 

The Kampala Metropolitan Police deputy spokesman, Mr  Luke Owoyesigyire, who confirmed the development in a statement on Tuesday, April 13, said:

“Since Dr Mbusa surfaced, we can’t go on with the case of disappearance. We also confirmed that it wasn’t a fake kidnap. The investigations also revealed that he married the complainant in a customary marriage, therefore the offence of fraudulent pretence of marriage can’t also stand. We have dropped the offences against Dr Mbusa,” Assistant Superintendent of Police Owoyesigyire said.

 

Update: Uganda Police drop criminal case against runaway groom

Update: Uganda Police drop criminal case against runaway groom

 

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Police Kill 4 Pirates, One Robbery Suspect In Akwa Ibom 

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The Akwa Ibom State Police Command has said four sea pirates were shot dead, while three others escaped during a gun battle with the police.

The Police Public Relations Officer, SP Odiko Macdon, stated on Wednesday in a press release made available to newsmen in Uyo that the sting operation, which involved the marine police, happened along Ikang Creek in Oron Local Government Area.

He stated that a total of 32 sea pirates aboard four-speed boats armed with sophisticated weapons opened fire on the marine police after sighting them.

He said after the gun battle, one W23 boat mounted with a 115HP Yamaha engine, two rifles and six ammunition were recovered from the suspects.

“Acting on very credible intelligence, on 13th April 2021, operatives of the Akwa  Ibom State Marine Police, Oron, embarked on a sting operation, along Ikang Creek, Oron where they were confronted by sea pirates numbering about thirty-two (32) onboard four (4) speed boats, armed with sophisticated weapons.

“The suspects on sighting the operatives opened fire on them, during the ensuing gun battle, four (4) suspects met their waterloo, while others escaped with three (3) speed boats.

“Exhibits recovered from the suspects were; One (1) W23 boat mounted with 115HP Yamaha engine. Two (2) rifles and six (6) ammunition,” he said.

Odiko further stated that one armed robbery suspect died from gunshots during an encounter with the police along Church road in Uyo, while his counterpart was arrested.

He said one locally-made pistol, one live cartridge, one expended cartridge, one axe, one machete and a facemask were recovered from the suspect.

He assured the people that the command will continue to partner with critical stakeholders to provide security for every part of the state.

He said, “Operatives of ‘D’ Division  Itam, mobilized to Church Road where hoodlums were operating.

“The hoodlums on sighting the operatives fired at them, and during the exchange of fire, one suspect identified as Nsikak ‘m’ other names unknown sustained bullet wounds, while Imoh Daniel ‘m’ was arrested.

“The injured suspect was rushed to the hospital for treatment but gave up the ghost in the process.

“Items recovered were one locally made pistol, one live cartridge, one expended cartridge, one axe, one machete and a facemask.”

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