Minnesota election officials go after voters listing mail centers as addresses
County election officials across the metro area are scrutinizing dozens of voter registrations tied to commercial mail centers after a probe in Minneapolis revealed a loophole in the state’s election system.
A 37 year old Somali, Ahimenet Jamel was shot in his shop in Masiphumelele last Friday in an attempted robbery, bringing to at least 29 the number of attacks on foreign-owned shops in the Western Cape in the last three weeks.
US Welcomes Agreement to Form New Administration in Central Somalia
Acting U.S. Special Representative for Somalia Brian H. Phipps welcomes the July 30 signing of an agreement to pursue the establishment of a new administration in central Somalia. The United States commends the leadership of all the parties involved for their constructive work and diligence.
Of all the ways the United States is helping Somalia's fledgling national government, none may be more important than training the country's first rapid reaction force, known as "Gaashaan," or "the shield.”
U.S. residents sue over immigration denials said to target Muslims
Five long-time U.S. residents who are Muslim or from Muslim-majority countries sued the federal government on Thursday, saying the Department of Homeland Security was unfairly denying or delaying requests for citizenship and permanent residency on vague security grounds.
Barack Obama Welcomes African State Heads to Washington
Washington: US ----President Barack Obama, whose election in 2008 as the first black American president sparked huge expectations in Africa, will at last hold a summit next week for the continent's leaders.
Kenya's president has ordered the repossession of land, stretching over 2,000 square kilometres, which he said was taken "under dubious and corrupt circumstances" by 22 companies between 2011 and 2012.