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Saturday, December 20, 2014

President Obama Holds the 2014 Year-End Press Briefing

On December 19, 2014, President Obama delivered remarks at the 2014 year-end press briefing at the White House.

Ban ziarani katika mataifa yaliyokumbwa na Ebola

Katibu mkuu wa Umoja wa Mataifa, Ban Ki-moon, katika makao makuu ya Umoja wa Afrika, Addis Ababa nchini Ethiopia, akiongelea kuhusu mlipuko wa Ebola, Oktoba 28 mwaka 2014.
Katibu mkuu wa Umoja wa Mataifa, 
Ban Ki-moon, katika makao makuu 
ya Umoja wa Afrika, Addis Ababa nchini 
Ethiopia, akiongelea kuhusu mlipuko wa 
Ebola, Oktoba 28 mwaka 2014.
AFP PHOTO / Zacharias Abubeker
Na RFI

Katibu mkuu wa Umoja wa Mataifa, Ban Ki-moon, yuko ziarani nchini Liberia tangu mapema Ijumaa Desemba 19 asubuhi, hatua ya kwanza katika ziara yake Afrika Magharibi katika nchi ziliyokumbwa na Ugonjwa wa Ebola.

Alhamisi Desemba 18 jioni, Ban Ki-moon alikutana na timu ya Umoja wa Mataifa

inayokabiliana dhidi ya Ebola UNMEER, inayoendesha shughuli zake katika mji mkuu wa Ghana, Accra.

Baada ya Liberia, Ban Ki-moon, atakua ziarani leo mchana nchini Sierra Leone na Jumamosi Desemba 20 atakua ziarani Guinea na Mali.

Kwa mujibu wa Shirika la Afya duniani (WHO), Ugonjwa wa Ebola ulisababisha vifo vya watu 6900 kwa jumla ya watu 18,500 waliobainika kuwa na virusi vya Ugonjwa huo.

Kwa mujibu wa mwandishi wa RFI, Anne-Marie Capomaccio, ambaye anashirikiana katika ziara hiyo na Katibu mkuu wa Umoja wa Mataifa, ziara hiyo ya Ban Ki-moon ni ishara ya kuunga mkono na kutoa salaamu za rambirambi kwa mataifa yaliyokumbwa na mlipuko huo wa Ebola uliyosababisha maafa makubwa barani Afrika, hususan nchi za Afrika Magharibi.

Kagame: No apologies for standing up for our rights

By Eugene Kwibuka

The Twelfth National Dialogue (Umushyikirano) concluded yesterday with a resolve to work harder and smarter and to sustain policies and actions that helped Rwanda recover from the devastation of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.

President Kagame delivers remarks at the 2014 Umushyikirano in Kigali yesterday. (Village Urugwiro)
President Kagame delivers remarks at the 2014 Umushyikirano in Kigali yesterday. (Village Urugwiro)

Twenty resolutions were drawn from the two-day dialogue, including several that seek implementation of court decisions on compensation for Genocide survivors, tackling trauma cases related to the Genocide, and sustaining the fight against genocide ideology and denial.

Closing the 2014 Umushyikirano, President Paul Kagame warned those intent on denying Rwandans their right to life saying the people of Rwanda were both committed and capable of protecting their rights.

“We have secured the right to be and nobody is going to take away this right. No one has the right to take away our right to live,” he told over one thousand delegates at the Parliamentary Buildings in Kimihurura and millions who followed the event live on television, radios, online as well as via video link facilities.

The President, whose closing remarks followed discussions on efforts by some elements to deny or minimise the Genocide or distort facts about it, said Rwandans have their “own problems we must solve as well as problems caused by others. That is the daily struggle we must overcome.”

He recalled the RPF’s experience during the campaign against the Genocide two decades ago, including when a UN official found him in Musha in the Rwamagana area and demanded that the liberation war be halted.

Friday, December 19, 2014

Mufti Menk- The Wrong Motives of Life

Kenyatta asaini sheria ya usalama licha ya kupingwa


Rais Uhuru Kenyatta wa Kenya leo amesema kuwa amesaini Mswada wa Marekebisho ya Sheria za Usalama wa Mwaka 2014 unaopinga ugaidi na kuwa sheria, ikiwa ni siku moja baada ya kupitishwa na Bunge ingawa imepingwa sana na wabunge wa upinzani wanaosema kuwa inatishia uhuru wa raia na haki ya kujieleza. 

Sheria hiyo mpya itaruhusu washukiwa kushikiliwa bila kuhukumiwa kwa siku 360, na pia kuviadhibu vyombo vya habari iwapo vitaandika maneno yanaonekana kusababisha hofu au hatari.

Uhuru amekuwa akikabiliwa na mashinikizo kuhusiana na suala la kuimarisha usalama toka mwaka jana baada ya wafuasi wa kundi la kigaidi la al Shabab la nchi jirani ya Somalia kushambulia jengo la biashara la Westgate jijini Nairobi na kusababisha kuuawa watu 67. 

Mwezi huu pia magaidi hao wamefanya mashambulio mawili na kuua watu 60. Wakosoaji wanasema sheria hiyo itawabana na kuwakandamiza zaidi Waislamu.

Kizaizai ndani ya Bunge la Kenya

The controversial security laws amendments bill was passed in the National Assembly, despite the drama that characterized the special sitting.

But even as Jubilee MPs celebrated the victory, CORD MPs said they would be going to the courts to stop the implementation of the proposed laws bill.

Enock Sikolia told us the strategies employed by both sides during the debate, and how Jubilee came out celebrating.

Mahakama yawahukumu watu Sita kunyongwa hadi kufa

Na Tausi Ally, Mwananchi

Dar es Salaam. Mahakama Kuu Kanda ya Dar es Salaam imewahukumu kunyongwa hadi kufa washtakiwa sita katika kesi ya mauaji ya askari wa Kikosi cha Kutuliza Ghasia (FFU) wa mkoani Morogoro na mfanyakazi wa Benki ya NMB.

Mauaji hayo ambayo yalipata umaarufu na kupewa jina la mauaji ya Ubungo Mataa yalifanyika Aprili 20,2006 jijini Dar es Salaam.

Jaji Projest Rugazia amewataja washtakiwa waliohukumiwa kunyongwa hadi kufa kuwa ni Mashaka Pastory, John Mndasha, Martine Mndasha, Haji Kiweru, Wycliff Imbora na Rashidi Abdikadir.

Jaji Rugazia anasema aliwatia hatiani washtakiwa hao na kuwahukumu kunyongwa hadi kufa, kufuatia ushahidi ulitolewa na mashahidi 29 wa upande wa mashtaka pamoja na vielelezo 78 vilivyowasilishwa mahakamani hapo na ushahidi wa utetezi.

“Maungamo ya washtakiwa, ushahidi wa kitaalam na utambuzi wa washtakiwa kutambuliwa eneo la tukio inaonesha wazi walikuwa na nia ya kujaribu kupora takribani Sh 150 milioni mali ya benki ya NMB zilizokuwa zikisafirishwa kutoka Dar es Salaam kwenda Morogoro tawi la Wami.” Anasema Jaji Rugazia.

Anasema siku hiyo ya huzuni ya Aprili 20,2006 majambazi hao walilivamia gari hilo kwa lengo la kupora lakini bila ya kuwa na huruma yoyote walilimiminia risasi na kuwaua D 6866 Konstebo Abdallah Marwa na mfanyakazi wa NMB tawi la Wami Morogoro, Ernest Manyonyi.

Maryland gains 3,800 jobs in November

By Natalie Sherman

The newest figures, released Friday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, showed an unemployment rate of 5.6 percent in November, compared to 5.8 percent nationally. Maryland was one of 41 states to see the jobless rate drop.

Transportation helps reduce state's unemployment
The state's unemployment fell below the national rate for the first time since this summer. (Algerina Perna / Baltimore Sun)

The November survey also revised up earlier estimates for October, doubling the number of jobs gained to 2,800.

The trade, transportation and utilities sector showed the strongest growth in November, with the addition of 2,600 jobs. Sectors with slight losses included: leisure and hospitality; education and health services; and manufacturing.

Via baltimoresun.com

Korti Kodivaa zachunguza kushiriki uchaguzi Gbagbo

Vyombo vya Mahakama nchini Ivory Coast vimeanzisha uchunguzi wa kisheria wa kuangalia kama kutakuwa na uwezekano kwa Laurent Gbagbo rais wa zamani wa nchi hiyo kushiriki kwenye kinyang'anyiro cha uchaguzi wa rais uliopangwa kufanyika mwakani nchini humo. 

Gbagbo ambaye anashikiliwa na Mahakama ya Kimataifa ya Jinai ICC iliyoko Hague nchini Uholanzi kwa miaka mitatu sasa, anakabiliwa na tuhuma za kutenda jinai za kivita na zilizo dhidi ya binadamu nchini humo. 

Hata hivyo, Pascal Affi N'Guessan kiongozi wa sasa wa chama cha upinzani cha Ivorian Popular Front FPI kilichokuwa kikiongozwa na Laurent Gbagbo amepinga vikali kushiriki rais huyo wa zamani kwenye uchaguzi huo. 

Nchi washirika na Ivory Coast zimeeleza kuwa, kushiriki kwa chama hicho cha upinzani kwenye uchaguzi mkuu ujao uliopangwa kufanyika mwezi Oktoba mwakani, kunaonyesha kukomaa demokrasia ya vyama mbalimbali nchini humo. 

Inafaa kuashiria hapa kuwa, Laurent Gbagbo alikataa kutambua matokeo ya uchaguzi wa rais uliopita, ambapo Alassane Ouattara ambapo wananchi walimchagua Ouattara kuwa rais wa nchi hiyo, hatua iliyosababisha nchi hiyo kutumbukia kwenye machafuko yaliyosababisha watu elfu tatu kuuawa.

Tanzania yasisitiza Azimio Kuhusu Walemavu wa Ngozi Liwe na Tija.

Na Mwandishi Maalum, New York

Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania imesisitiza kwamba haitoshi kuwa na siku ya kimataifa ya kuwatambua watu wenye ulemavu wa ngozi ( Albino) pasipo kuwa na mikakati madhubuti inayolenga katika kuwawezesha.

Mwakilishi wa Kudumu wa Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania katika Umoja wa Mataifa

Hayo yameelezwa na Mwakilishi wa Kudumu wa Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania katika Umoja wa Mataifa, Balozi Tuvako Manongi alipokuwa akizungumza muda mfupi kabla ya Baraza Kuu la Umoja wa Mataifa halijapigia kura Azimio linalotaka kuwepo kwa Siku ya Kimataifa ya Kuwatambua watu wenye Ulemavu wa ngozi.

Leo (Alhamsi) Baraza Kuu la Umoja wa Mataifa lilipokea mapendekezo ya maazimio mbali mbali ya liyowasilishwa mbele ya Baraza hilo yakitokea Kamati ya Tatu ya Baraza Kuu la Umoja wa Mataifa,

Kamati inayohusika na masuala ya Haki za Binadamu, Utamaduni na Maendeleo ya Jamii.
Miongoni mwa Maazimio hayo lipo lililohusiana na Haki za Binadamu ambapo ndani ya maazimio ya eneo hilo kuna azimio linalopendekeza kuwa siku ya kimataifa ya watu wenye ulemavu wa ngozi.

Balozi Manongi amelieleza Baraza hilo kuwa,kimsingi Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania, haipingi kuwapo kwa siku ya kimataifa ya kuwatambua watu wenye ulemavu wa ngozi. Lakini inapata shida pale azimio hilo linaposhindwa kuainisha mchango na mikakati ya kimataifa ya kuwezesha jamii hiyo kukabiliana na changamoto mbali mbali.

Sehemu ya Wajumbe wa Baraza Kuu la Umoja wa Mataifa wakiwa katika mkutano

Akiongea kwa msisitizo, Balozi Tuvako Manongi ameeleza kuwa Tanzania ni nchi ambayo ina idadi kubwa ya watu wenye ulemavu wa ngozi na pamoja na changamoto na matatizo wanayokumbana nayo.

Amezitaja baadi ya changamoto hizo na ambazo pia zimeainishwa katika Tume ya Haki za Binadamu kuwa ni pamoja na kutopata huduma kamilifu za kiafya, elimu, kunyanyapaliwa na madhira mengine.

8 children killed, mother stabbed, in Australia

Eight dead children and a woman suffering from stab wounds were found inside a home in a northern Australian city on Friday, police said.

Sarakasi mpya ya Escrow, IPTL, PAP zakimbilia Mahakamani

Na Tausi Ally, Mwananchi

Dar es Salaam. Wakati Taifa likisubiri kauli ya Rais Jakaya Kikwete kuhusu utekelezaji wa maazimio ya Bunge ya kuwawajibisha mawaziri na watendaji wa Serikali waliohusishwa na kashfa ya Akaunti ya Escrow, Kampuni za IPTL na Pan Africa Power Solutions (PAP) zimekimbilia mahakamani kuzuia utekelezaji wa maazimio hayo.

Rais Jakaya Kikwete

Kampuni hizo kwa kushirikiana na Harbinder Singh Seth zimefungua kesi ya kikatiba Katika Mahakama Kuu ya Tanzania dhidi ya Waziri Mkuu wa Tanzania, Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa Taasisi ya Kuzuia na Kupamba na Rushwa (Takukuru), Spika wa Bunge na Mwanasheria Mkuu wa Serikali kupinga utekelezaji wa maazimio hayo.

Kesi hiyo imefunguliwa siku mbili baada ya Mwanasheria Mkuu wa Serikali, Jaji Frederick Werema kujiuzulu wadhifa huo akisema ushauri wake wa kisheria kuhusu Akaunti ya Tegeta Escrow haukueleweka na hivyo kuchafua hali ya hewa.

Pia ni katika kipindi ambacho kuna taarifa zilizothibitishwa na Katibu Mkuu Kiongozi, Balozi Ombeni Sefue kuwa Rais Kikwete atazungumzia suala hilo wakati wowote kabla ya kesho.

Kwa mujibu wa taarifa ambazo zimesambaa katika mitandao ya kijamii Rais Kikwete atazungumza kupitia wazee wa Mkoa wa Dar es Salaam leo, lakini Mkurugenzi wa Mawasiliano ya Rais, Ikulu, Salva Rweyemamu alipoulizwa jana hakukanusha wala kukubali akisema ikitokea Rais anataka kuzungumza vyombo vya habari vitataarifiwa.

Tayari Waziri Mkuu Mizengo Pinda aliyekuwa ziarani Uarabuni amerejea nchini jana mchana baada ya ziara yake kukatishwa na Rais Kikwete kwa shughuli maalumu na anatarajiwa kurudi tena Falme za Kiarabu kesho kuendelea na ziara yake hadi Desemba 23, mwaka huu.

Obama talks Egypt concerns in call with Sisi

AFP Washington Friday, 19 December 2014

U.S. President Barack Obama spoke to his Egyptian counterpart Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on Thursday and expressed concern over mass trials and the continued detention of journalists and peaceful activists.

U.S. President Barack Obama urged Egypt to “invest in the political, economic, and social aspirations” of its people. (File photo: AFP)

During a telephone call, the White House said, Obama encouraged Sisi to “invest in the political, economic, and social aspirations of the Egyptian people.”

“President Obama also expressed concern about mass trials, the status of NGOs, and the continued imprisonment of journalists and peaceful activists in Egypt,” the statement said.

In early December, an Egyptian court sentenced 188 people to death for the murder of 13 police officers -- the latest in a series of mass trials launched by authorities amid a crackdown on supporters of ousted president Mohammed Mursi.

Hundreds of Morsi supporters have been sentenced to die in swift trials the United Nations has called “unprecedented in recent history.”

Egypt has also cracked down on the press, sentencing several journalists including three from international news network Al-Jazeera to lengthy prison terms.

In June, Australian Peter Greste, Egyptian-Canadian Mohamed Fadel Fahmy and Egyptian Mohamed Baher were convicted of supporting the blacklisted Muslim Brotherhood.