This week on War News Radio,
a coalition led by Saudi Arabia started airstrikes against Houthi rebels in
Yemen, a US announcement that it will join airstrikes against ISIS in the Iraqi
city of Tikrit prompted over a third of Iraqi fighters to withdraw or refuse to
cooperate in the battle, Boko Haram kidnapped 500 women and children from the
Northern Nigerian town of Damasuk, and more.
This week, War News Radio is
also presenting content from two of our partner radio stations, Yatsani FM in
Loo-saka, Zambia and Mazabuka Community Radio in Mazabuka, Zambia. We bring to
you content from reporter Maybin Katungulu on the Beating Famine Conference and
reporter Lorraine Hamusonde on drought conditions in her district of Zambia.
This week on War News Radio, Nigeria says it ousted Boko
Haram from Bama, the second biggest city in Borno state, the Islamic State
attacked oil fields, hospitals, and other major infrastructures in Libyan
cities, at least 23 people were killed at the Bardo museum in Tunis after an
attack by two gunmen, and more. We also present the first content from our
partner radio station, Yatsani FM in Lusaka, Zambia from reporter Maybin
Katungulu on climate change funds from Oxfam not reaching local communities in
This week on War News Radio, Iraq launched the largest
military operation against ISIS since last June, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave a speech before Congress, Boko Haram
released a video earlier this week that claims to show the public execution of
two hostages, and more.