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UAE People & Politics: The ongoing campaign to save Somalia
22-05-2015

Al-shabaab gunmen storm Kenya village
22-05-2015

FBI arrests two suspected Islamic State recruits in California
22-05-2015

War-torn Somalia opens 2nd bank in capital
22-05-2015

Struggling Minneapolis man, facing child support, goes to Syria to fight for Islamic State
21-05-2015

'Osama closely followed 26/11, Headley trial in US'
21-05-2015

Polish bootcamp trains security contractors for mission impossible
21-05-2015

A onetime refugee aims high
21-05-2015

2 Iran warships join cargo vessel heading toward Yemen
20-05-2015

Somali defector: Why I left al-Shabab
20-05-2015

UAE People & Politics: The ongoing campaign to save Somalia
The UAE’s campaign to rescue Somalia from its plight of humanitarian disaster, piracy and terrorism at the hands of Al Shabaab is an ongoing but major objective.
Al-shabaab gunmen storm Kenya village
Islamist gunmen raided a village in northeastern Kenya, the interior ministry said Friday, the latest in a string of brazen attacks by the Somali-led, Al-Qaeda affiliated insurgents.
FBI arrests two suspected Islamic State recruits in California
The FBI has arrested two men in southern California, one at Los Angeles International Airport, suspected of attempting to travel abroad to join Islamic State, NBC News reported on Thursday.
War-torn Somalia opens 2nd bank in capital
Locally-owned Premier Bank launched banking services on Thursday in Somali capital Mogadishu, becoming the second operating commercial bank in the war-torn Horn of African country.
Struggling Minneapolis man, facing child support, goes to Syria to fight for Islamic State
MINNEAPOLIS - Abdifatah Ahmed struggled for years to make ends meet.
After losing his $15-an-hour job fueling airliners in Minneapolis, the Somali-American father of nine survived on low-wage jobs and public assistance. He complained about working hard, but never having enough money. His circumstances worsened when he was ordered to pay more than $700 a month to support three of his children — including one less than a year old.
'Osama closely followed 26/11, Headley trial in US'
He may or may not have initiated it, but Osama bin Laden showed a great deal of interest in the Mumbai 26/11 terror attack launched by Pakistani proxies. A collection of books and documents that were recovered from the Al Qaeda supremo's Abbottabad hideout that were released by U.S intelligence on Wednesday shows bin Laden kept track of U.S prosecution of David Headley and his associates who helped the ISI plan the attack.
Polish bootcamp trains security contractors for mission impossible
Five men, armed to the teeth, have just stormed a home and it did not go well, not well at all. "You killed a kid!" screamed the instructor.
A onetime refugee aims high
A Mason Fellow in the Mid-Career Master in Public Administration program at the Harvard Kennedy School (HKS), Dayib was born in Kenya, the daughter of uneducated Somali parents. Her father, a truck driver, and her mother, a “nomad,” had left Somalia to start their new life together in neighboring Kenya.
2 Iran warships join cargo vessel heading toward Yemen
U.S. and allied officials are debating how they should handle an Iranian cargo ship that is flanked by two warships and heading toward a Yemen port, reportedly carrying humanitarian supplies for the war-wracked nation.
Somali defector: Why I left al-Shabab
One of the most senior figures to defect from Somalia's al-Qaeda-linked militant group al-Shabab has urged his former colleagues to stop targeting civilians and to begin negotiations with the Somali government.
Somali fined, conditionally discharged after urinating against bus shelter
A court has fined a Somali man after he was arrested for answering the call of nature in public near a bus stop in St. Andrews.


 
Primary content on this page
UAE People & Politics: The ongoing campaign to save Somalia
22-05-2015

Al-shabaab gunmen storm Kenya village
22-05-2015

FBI arrests two suspected Islamic State recruits in California
22-05-2015

War-torn Somalia opens 2nd bank in capital
22-05-2015

Struggling Minneapolis man, facing child support, goes to Syria to fight for Islamic State
21-05-2015

'Osama closely followed 26/11, Headley trial in US'
21-05-2015

Polish bootcamp trains security contractors for mission impossible
21-05-2015

A onetime refugee aims high
21-05-2015

2 Iran warships join cargo vessel heading toward Yemen
20-05-2015

Somali defector: Why I left al-Shabab
20-05-2015



 
 
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