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Nigeria: Muslims attack Christian villages, murder at least 80 people, tear down 115 homes

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“Make ready for them all that you can of force and of warhorses, so that by them you may strike terror in the enemy of Allah and your enemy, and others beside them whom you do not know.” (Qur’an 8:60)

“At Least 80 Killed as Gunmen Storm Christian Villages in Plateau State, Nigeria,” Barnabas Fund, April 13, 2022:

At least 80 people were killed and more than 60 abducted when gunmen riding motorcycles attacked predominantly Christian villages in southern Plateau State, Nigeria on Sunday 10 April.

Over 115 homes were razed in the raids on Kukawa, Kyaram, Yelwa, Dadda, Gyambawu, Dungur, Wanka, Shuwaka, Gwammadaji and Dadin Kowa villages….

Hundreds of villagers fled their burning communities. A mother and her children ran through the night for five hours to reach safety in neighbouring Bauchi State….

The attacks happened a week after suspected Fulani militants killed twelve people celebrating a cultural festival in Bassa Local Government Area of Plateau State.

Our contact said that, prior to the latest assaults on 10 April, there had been friction with militant Islamist Fulanis who had been attacking and taking over Christian communities.

“The irony here is that while the Fulani, by their nomadic lifestyle, are expected to keep moving on their migratory routes seeking pasture, it will seem that they have decided to take over Christian farming communities and settle in them,” our contact explained.

“The government has equally turned a blind eye to these atrocities.”

He said it was clear from devastating attacks in Plateau and neighbouring Kaduna state that Christians and their villages are the target for “slow extermination”.

The government, he said, had over many years given excuses and several changes of narrative to “deflect, deny and defend its complicity” in the killings of women and children in predominantly Christian villages in central Nigeria.

He asked for prayers for Christian families whose loved ones are killed or kidnapped. “Many [Christians] are being subjected to all sorts of abuses,” he added, “especially rape by the Islamist Fulani militias who use it as a weapon.”…

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Epidemic. RKI. 86,252 new coronary infections – 437.6 cases

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RKI. 86,252 new coronary infections – 437.6 cases

RKI has counted 25,818,405 confirmed coronavirus infections since the outbreak began. Photo by Sina Schuldt / dpa

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In the case of 437.6, the seven-day case is approximately at the level of the previous week. However, data comparison is only possible to a limited extent due to limited case consistency.

The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) reported a nationwide seven-day event of 437.6 on Tuesday morning. This is evident from the figures, which reflect the status of the RKI panel at 5 o’clock in the morning.

The cost of new infections per 100,000 inhabitants the previous day ը week was 439.2 (previous week – 522.7, previous month – 834.3). However, the frequency does not give a complete picture of the infection. Experts have suggested for some time that there will be a large number of cases that have not been reported by the RKI due to overcrowded health facilities, as not all infected people have undergone PCR testing. Only these are counted in the statistics. In addition, late registrations or transfer issues can distort individual daily values.

German health authorities reported 86,252 new coronavirus infections (107,568 last week) and 215 deaths (218 last week) in one day. Here, too, data comparison is only possible to a limited extent due to test behavior, late registrations, or transfer issues. Overall, the number of new infections reported և deaths varies significantly from weekdays to Saturdays as more and more states do not report RKIs, especially on weekends, և reporting their cases during the week.

RKI has counted 25,818,405 Sars-CoV-2 infections since the beginning of the epidemic. The actual total number is likely to be significantly higher as many infections are not detected.

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Bolsonaro says people lived better under Lula’s government

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After Musks acquisition Bolsonaro gained 100 miles on Twitter

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Today, Palacio da said in a conversation with the supporters of leaving Alvorada. Jair Bolsonaro said that the population lived better during Lula’s government.

Commenting on the rise in prices կյանքի In April, the President of the Republic announced a record double-digit inflation.

“It simply came to our notice then [do governo do ex-presidente Lula] The people lived a little better than they do today. Of course he lived, I agree. We have a “stay at home” post-pandemic, war. “But when people lived better, they could live much better if they did not steal so much.”said the President of the Republic.

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