Nigerian forces free 46 hostages Boko Haram, including 27 children




Abuja
Nigerian troops managed to free at least 46 people hostage by the militant group Boko Haram. The released hostages included 19 women and 27 children. The release came after troops destroyed a hideout of the armed group in the northeastern Borno state.

"The troops expelled the Boko Haram terrorists from one of the hideouts around the S-Form, part of the Sambisa forest, which is also believed to be one of their precious locations, "the Nigerian Ministry of Defense told AFP, Wednesday (14/2/2018).

" The valiant armies also destroyed eight truckloads of firearms, some accommodation temporary and tents, as well as troops rescuing 19 women and 27 children from the terrorist enclave, "the military statement said.

The Nigerian military says several militants were also killed in the incident. Two armored personnel carriers, a truck and a Boko Haram laptop were also confiscated by the apparatus.

Although the Nigerian military has declared victory over Boko Haram, they continue to engage in firefights with members of the militant group in northeastern Nigeria .

Not long ago, the Nigerian government requested parliamentary approval to use a $ 1 billion fund to root out the Boko Haram rebellion that has taken place since 2009. More than 20,000 people have been reported dead and millions displaced by Boko Haram attacks.

Earlier on Saturday (10/2) local time, the Nigerian government announced the release of three lecturers and 10 women held hostage by Boko Haram. They have been abducted by Boko Haram militants since last year.

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Trump names 128 enemy nations of America, including Indonesia?





Washington
 In his first State of the Union address to the US Congress, US President Donald Trump called on countries that rejected his move to recognize Jerusalem as the "capital of Israel" as the "enemies of America."

Trump's announcement of Jerusalem on December 6, 2017, received international condemnation. The General Assembly of the United Nations then issued a resolution to deny Trump's steps. The resolution was approved by 128 countries including Indonesia.

Emphasizing the US "sovereign right" to make the decision, Trump sparked that billions of dollars in grants have been provided for some of the 128 countries that support UN General Assembly resolutions rejecting the US decision on status Jerusalem.

"Last month, I also took a unanimously supported action by the Senate a few months earlier – I recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel." Soon, dozens of countries voted in the General Assembly "Trump said in his speech to the US Congress as reported by the media Independent, Thursday (1/2/2018).

" In 2016, the taxpayers The United States generously sends more than US $ 20 billion a year to these countries, "Trump said.

" That's why tonight I ask Congress for uk pass legislation to help ensure US foreign aid dollars always serve American interests, and only for American friends, not America's enemies, "Trump said in a State of the Union speech on Tuesday evening (30/1) local time.

Earlier, the US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley has warned that he will record the names of countries in the UN General Assembly who reject the US recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

"I want you to know that the President and the United States responded voting (the General Assembly of the United Nations) is personal. The President will watch this vote carefully and has asked me to report on those who have voted against us, "Haley said before the vote was held at the time.
 
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