Wildlife officials confiscate tigers at Thai Buddhist temple

Wildlife authorities in Thailand have begun removing tigers from a Buddhist temple, after accusations of wildlife trafficking and animal abuse. Three of the 137 tigers at the temple in Kanchanaburi province were moved on Monday. The over 2,000-personnel operation including veterinarians, WCO civil servants, provisional police and local military will last all week. The monks,… Read More Wildlife officials confiscate tigers at Thai Buddhist temple

Taliban militants kidnap over 200, release majority and keep about 20 hostage

Nearly 200 people were kidnapped by Taliban fighters in the northeastern province of Kunduz in Afghanistan early Tuesday morning, according to a police spokesman. The majority have since been released, but around 20 hostages. The victims were traveling on two buses to the provincial capital of Kunduz, when the Taliban stopped their vehicles on the… Read More Taliban militants kidnap over 200, release majority and keep about 20 hostage

Notorious transborder robbery kingpins arrested in Enugu

Two alleged notorious transborder car armed robbery kingpins identified as Okwudili Nwodo of No. 39 Amaetiti Street Abakpa and Kingsley Okoro who hails from Enugu-Ezike in Igbo-Eze North Local Government Area of Enugu State,were arrested by operatives of the Ogui Police station,Enugu Command, during the weekend. The suspects had allegedly snatched a Black Lexus Jeep… Read More Notorious transborder robbery kingpins arrested in Enugu

Police arrest thirteen suspected IPOB members in Enugu

Thirteen suspected members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) were on Monday arrested by the Police for alleged unlawful protest in Enugu. The Enugu Police spokesman, Mr Ebere Amaraizu told newsmen that the suspects were arrested on Obiagu Road in the Coal City, while commemorating `Biafran fallen heroes and heroines of the 1967 -1970… Read More Police arrest thirteen suspected IPOB members in Enugu