They Are Killing My Father
Zakzaky’s Son:
The authorities of Abuja are determined to murder my father, the son of Nigeria’s Muslim leader Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky revealed, adding that a recently collected blood sample from the cleric contains a high level of toxic substances.
Human Rights NGO Urges UN to Pressure for Zakzaky's Freedom
A leading student human rights institute in a letter to UN Secretary-General António Guterres called on the world body to provide the ground for the freedom and treatment of top Muslim cleric Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky who has been kept in prison by the Nigerian government for the past four years.
Sheikh Zakzaky's Step-Daughter Utterly Worried about Parents' Health Conditions
Badia Ibraheem Zakzaky, the step daughter of leader of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky, expressed deep concern about her step parents' health conditions after they were wounded and detained by the Nigerian army in Zaria region mid December 2015.
UN calls for 'thorough, independent' investigation into death of Egypt’s Morsi
The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) has called for an “independent and thorough” investigation into the sudden death of Egypt’s former President Mohamed Morsi, who died during a trial court session.
Nigerian police open fire on Quds Day rally, many feared injured, arrested
Many people are feared injured or arrested in Nigeria after police attacked peaceful demonstrators who had rallied in support of Palestine and to mark the International Quds Day, condemning decades-long Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territories.
Nigerian Army Opens Fire on Protesters Demanding Release of Zakzaky
The Nigerian Army opened fire on protesters demanding the release of top Muslim cleric Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky, who has been held for four years on trumped-up allegations.
Remains of nearly 85,000 genocide victims buried in Rwanda
The remains of nearly 85,000 people murdered in Rwanda's genocide were laid to rest Saturday in a sombre ceremony in Kigali, a quarter of a century after the slaughter.
UN warns of deteriorating humanitarian crisis in Libya
The United Nations (UN) has warned against the deteriorating humanitarian situation in Libya as fierce fighting rages on between rival forces for control of the capital, Tripoli.
Iran Welcomes Nigerian Gov't Permission for Sheikh Zakzaki's Medical Treatment
The Iranian foreign ministry on Saturday welcomed as a "positive move" the Nigerian government's permission to prominent Shiite leader Sheikh Ibrahim al-Zakzaki and his wife to go under medical examination and treatment.