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Boko Haram Members Are Criminals, Not Muslims — OIC | Sahara Reporters

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Boko Haram Members Are Criminals, Not Muslims — OIC | Sahara Reporters.

The Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) on Monday publicly expressed its support for Nigeria’s fight against terrorism, saying members of the Boko Haram Islamist sect are criminals and outlaws that should not be considered as Muslims. OIC Secretary-General, Eyad Ameen Madani said this on Monday at the Presidential Villa when he led a delegation to meet with President Goodluck Jonathan. According to Madani, the 57-member organization would continue supporting Nigeria’s efforts to address its terrorism challenge. “We are here to express our solidarity with Nigeria in facing up to this terrorist organisation and to condemn the terrorist acts they have been committing, and to show our condolences to the Nigerian people, to the families of those who were affected”, he said. “The OIC has issued statements that are very clear, that these people are outlaws, what they do is criminal act; it has absolutely nothing to do with Islam, Islamic teachings, the religion of Islam, the history, the culture, the civilization of Islam and we should identify them for what they are as a terrorist group”. Sahara Reporters..

Google Chrome Extension Lets Users Send Encrypted Emails

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Deepak verma

Google has plans to make its email more secure, using add-on encryption software that will work like any other extension for Google Chrome.
On its security blog Tuesday, Google announced it’s preparing a Chrome extension called End-to-End to make heavy-duty encryption easier for anyone to use.
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U.S. says smaller nuclear reactors good for Africa’s electricity needs

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Great initiative, hope it materialises.

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The U.S. is involved in the training of nuclear experts in Africa and has signed agreements for the design of small nuclear reactors which they said will drastically resolve energy shortfalls in Africa by 2023.Moniz, currently in Africa to popularise U.S. President, Barack Obama’s “Power Africa initiative’’, said while his Department was more focused on Africa’s natural gas projects, the issue of nuclear energy featured.The energy talks focused on how the U.S. can assist some 240 million people to access electricity in six African countries.The African countries are; Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Liberia and Tanzania through a new plan, Beyond the Grid, focused on rural electrification plans.Secretary Moniz said the U.S. Energy Department provided assistance to two private companies to build new nuclear reactors that could help to solve the safety concerns.The African Union (AU) warned last week that African countries with plans to build nuclear power plants should await…

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