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Africans Seeking Better Lives Pass Through Ethiopian Town
06-07-2015

Turkey sends medical aid for Yemen refugees in Djibouti
06-07-2015

The president of Britainís largest Muslim student group has died in a drowning incident
06-07-2015

'Yes we have joined Isis' say missing British family of 12 who fled to Syria
05-07-2015

Former minister wins Galmudug elections
05-07-2015

Kenya's main port sacks 27 strike leaders as losses hit $2 mln
05-07-2015

New sports uniforms level the playing field for Muslim girls
04-07-2015

Islamic State Executes 13 Top Commanders After Failed Coup Plot
04-07-2015

Mogadishu: Road Block City
04-07-2015

Canadian economy heading for recession: banks
03-07-2015

Africans Seeking Better Lives Pass Through Ethiopian Town
The mood in the border town of Metema these days is quiet and watchful.

Dozens of houses on the hot, dusty main road that stretches from Ethiopia into Sudan look like they have been hastily closed. Guards grimly patrol the border, stopping anyone who looks like an illegal migrant. The nightclubs and bars are emptier than usual, although they still attract Sudanese who are not allowed to drink alcohol in their own country under Shariah law.
Turkey sends medical aid for Yemen refugees in Djibouti
Six tons of Turkey-donated medical equipment and supplies, along with six fully-equipped ambulances, have arrived in Djibouti, the Turkish ambassador to the small Horn of Africa country said Sunday.
The president of Britainís largest Muslim student group has died in a drowning incident
The president of the UKís largest Muslim student group passed away on Saturday as a result of a drowning incident in Switzerland.
'Yes we have joined Isis' say missing British family of 12 who fled to Syria
A British family of 12 who were feared to have joined in Isis in Syria have released a statement confirming that they have indeed fled to the self-proclaimed caliphate.
Former minister wins Galmudug elections
Somaliaís former interior minister has been elected as the president of the new Galmudug administration after three rounds of vote that saw two rival candidates losing the contest.
Kenya's main port sacks 27 strike leaders as losses hit $2 mln
East Africa's biggest port in the Kenyan city of Mombasa said on Saturday it had dismissed 27 workers it believed were behind a strike this week that paralysed operations for two days and cost the port at least $2 million.
New sports uniforms level the playing field for Muslim girls
Girls in stylish athletic wear walk the runway as the sounds of Taylor Swift and Katy Perry blare from speakers. The crowd claps and cheers as the young models strike poses with basketballs, lacrosse sticks and boxing gloves. Finally, the big reveal: the Lady Warriors community traveling basketball team takes the stage in their cardinal red uniforms.
Islamic State Executes 13 Top Commanders After Failed Coup Plot
Thirteen top ISIS leaders, including five high-ranking military commanders, have been executed on the orders of the group's chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi after a failed coup attempt to topple him, a media report has said.
Mogadishu: Road Block City
Almost everyday the parts of the road system in Mogadishu are closed to the public for hours and sometimes the entire day. The roads are closed by the Police, Army and the National Intelligence and Security Services (NISA), Somaliaís counterterrorism agency. All the three agencies say that this measure is taken for the purpose of protecting the public from harm.
Canadian economy heading for recession: banks
The Canadian economy is likely headed for recession, two major banks said Thursday, predicting a successive contraction in the second quarter.
Parents and clerics rebel against law allowing teen sex
Parents, education officials and religious leaders are up in arms against a Bill that seeks to give children as young as 10 access to information on sexual matters.


 
Primary content on this page
Africans Seeking Better Lives Pass Through Ethiopian Town
06-07-2015

Turkey sends medical aid for Yemen refugees in Djibouti
06-07-2015

The president of Britainís largest Muslim student group has died in a drowning incident
06-07-2015

'Yes we have joined Isis' say missing British family of 12 who fled to Syria
05-07-2015

Former minister wins Galmudug elections
05-07-2015

Kenya's main port sacks 27 strike leaders as losses hit $2 mln
05-07-2015

New sports uniforms level the playing field for Muslim girls
04-07-2015

Islamic State Executes 13 Top Commanders After Failed Coup Plot
04-07-2015

Mogadishu: Road Block City
04-07-2015

Canadian economy heading for recession: banks
03-07-2015



 
 
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