Us lifts ban on nz naval ships and fighters

Us lifts ban on nz naval ships and fighters; says military won’t be involved

In a speech after the vote, the leader of the opposition Democratic Alliance condemned the “unnecessary and ill-considered military action” in Nigeria, but his part우리카지노y later dropped its opposition to the bill after it was confirmed by government.

Speaking to reporters in the capital Abuja, the opposition leader, Ibadu Dada, said in his own words that his party, which includes some from the ruling party of former President Goodluck Jonathan, “understood the need to put an end to this senseless aggression in order to secure peace and stability in the region”.

The president, Idriss Déby, has asked the United Nations Security Council, the European Union and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) to provide advice “as soon as possible” on how to deal with Boko Haram and other terrorist groups in Niger.

The UN report, released on Thursday, said Boko Haram was “extremist Sunni groups operating in conjunction with Al-Qaeda and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) who are exploiting insecurity to gain recruits”.

It added that the group had claimed responsibility for the “heinous attacks against the security and military establishments and civilian population” in northern Nigeria on 23 April, and warned that if such attacks continue, the country’s security forces would be “at risk”.

The report blamed the Nigerian government for inaction and security forces for failing to take action, but cautioned that it would not “regret” that the bill was passed, noting that “the law and the army have to do their job or face repercussions”.

“The Nigerian armed forces must carry out the necessary investigations to find the perpetrators and punish the criminals that helped trigger the horrific event in Niue, but the situation is complex. We cannot allow this to go on for any longer,” it said.

It added: “The political situation in Nigeria will inevitably affect the situation at international and local levels due to the ongoing security threat and the regional political situation. The United Nations needs to quickly work with the Nigeria바카라사이트n government, international security and African governments to ensure that Nigeria is not left behind.”

US sanctions will continue

US President Barack Obama announced on Wednesday that the US will continue to impose economic sanctions against a number of countries linked to Boko Haram and Al-Qaeda in its latest sanctions list, including Iran, North Korea, No바카라사이트rth Sudan and Syria, for their support of the group.

The sanction