South Sudan's exiled leaders return in hopes for peace
Five senior political figures of South Sudan who had been living in exile for more than two years returned to capital Juba on Friday, raising hopes that a recently signed agreement between the warring factions of the country will bring much needed peace.
First Somali-American Radio Station Launches in Mpls.
A Somali-American radio station now broadcasting in the Twin Cities hopes to help families navigate issues ranging from where to park during a snow advisory, to how to protect their children from extremist rhetoric and terrorist recruiters.
China military in talks for logistics 'facilities' in Djibouti
China's military is in talks with the Horn of Africa country Djibouti to build logistics "facilities" to support Chinese peacekeeping and anti-piracy missions, the foreign and defense ministries said on Thursday.
Police ask for public's help in solving double slaying
A day after a shooting in the Seward neighborhood that left two young Oromo-American men dead and a third seriously wounded, police officials said they needed the East African community's help in solving the case.
If you get your news from the headlines, you can be excused for thinking that “Minnesota men” pose a special risk of taking up the terrorist jihad at home and abroad. As the Wall Street Journal reported this past April, for example, “U.S. charges six Minnesota men with trying to join ISIS.”