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Floyd Mayweather beats Manny Pacquiao in Las Vegas
03-05-2015

Kenya loses patience over Dadaab refugee camp housing displaced Somalis
03-05-2015

Somali Leaders Look To Strengthen Community, Stop Terror Recruiting
03-05-2015

May is Mental Health Month in Minneapolis
03-05-2015

Muslims and Christians told to join battle against extremism
03-05-2015

Sixteen year-old Mandera girl burnt beyond recognition by husband she was forced to marry
03-05-2015

Journalists murdered in Kenya, Somalia in past week
03-05-2015

Kenya will not force Somali refugees out, despite deadline for camp closure
02-05-2015

Where Somalia is king of the world; sheep and goats are working miracles in war-torn country
02-05-2015

Man detained by FBI in East Africa seeks ability to sue
02-05-2015

Floyd Mayweather beats Manny Pacquiao in Las Vegas
Floyd Mayweather emerged victorious from the most lucrative fight in history, beating Manny Pacquiao via a wide unanimous decision in Las Vegas.
Kenya loses patience over Dadaab refugee camp housing displaced Somalis
Events that led Dagane Kenedid to Kenya from his village in Somalia in the early 1990s mark the most gruelling period of his life. Armed men swept into his village with murderous intent, killing four of his brothers and making off with all of their livestock.
Somali Leaders Look To Strengthen Community, Stop Terror Recruiting
Local Somali leaders met in Minneapolis Saturday evening, saying they have to find a way together to strengthen their community and stop terror recruiting.
May is Mental Health Month in Minneapolis
May is Mental Health Awareness Month in the U.S. and to help increase awareness and understanding of mental health, Mayor Betsy Hodges has proclaimed May 2015 as Mental Health Month in Minneapolis. During the month of May, folks are encouraged to take the “Make it OK” pledge to help erase the stigma surrounding mental illness.
Muslims and Christians told to join battle against extremism
Christians and Muslims have been urged to unite in the fight against terrorism.
Governor Ali Hassan Joho on Friday said no religion teaches hatred as terrorists want Kenyans to believe.
Sixteen year-old Mandera girl burnt beyond recognition by husband she was forced to marry
A 16-year old girl has been burnt burnt beyond recognition by her husband at Shimbir Fatume in Mandera South. Khadija who was forced into marriage in 2014 has been admitted at the Mandera General hospital with serious burns.
Journalists murdered in Kenya, Somalia in past week
This Sunday (May 3) is World Press Freedom Day, but been a bad week for journalists in Africa. The murder of a veteran Kenyan editor is the latest evidence of rising levels of intimidation and harassment of journalists in the country, bringing to 68 the number of journalists killed in Africa in the past five years.
Kenya will not force Somali refugees out, despite deadline for camp closure
Kenya will not forcibly repatriate some 336,000 Somalis living in one of the world's largest refugee camps, but the government intends to continue with its plans to close the camp within three months for security reasons, a government official said.
Where Somalia is king of the world; sheep and goats are working miracles in war-torn country
The Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) have released a report that says that in 2014 Somalia exported a record 5 million livestock to markets in the Gulf of Arabia “thanks to heavy investments in animal disease prevention backed by the European Union and the United Kingdom”.
Man detained by FBI in East Africa seeks ability to sue
Lawyers for a Twin Cities man who was interrogated for four months by FBI agents in East Africa argued in federal court Friday that their client should be allowed to sue the agents for violating his constitutional rights.
Saudi Arabia shakes up state oil firm Aramco
Saudi Arabia's state oil company is to be separated from the oil ministry as part of a wider restructuring.

The move was approved by the Supreme Economic Council, which was set up by King Salman this year to replace the Supreme Petroleum Council.



 
Primary content on this page
Floyd Mayweather beats Manny Pacquiao in Las Vegas
03-05-2015

Kenya loses patience over Dadaab refugee camp housing displaced Somalis
03-05-2015

Somali Leaders Look To Strengthen Community, Stop Terror Recruiting
03-05-2015

May is Mental Health Month in Minneapolis
03-05-2015

Muslims and Christians told to join battle against extremism
03-05-2015

Sixteen year-old Mandera girl burnt beyond recognition by husband she was forced to marry
03-05-2015

Journalists murdered in Kenya, Somalia in past week
03-05-2015

Kenya will not force Somali refugees out, despite deadline for camp closure
02-05-2015

Where Somalia is king of the world; sheep and goats are working miracles in war-torn country
02-05-2015

Man detained by FBI in East Africa seeks ability to sue
02-05-2015



 
 
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