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24,000 refugees voluntarily left Dadaab for Somalia
24-08-2016

Low Flying Fighter Jets spotted over Shabaab base
24-08-2016

Somali, AU troops ‘regain ground’ from Al Shabaab
24-08-2016

Central Bank Staffers arrested in Mogadishu
23-08-2016

Somalia: 8 Soldiers injured in Bardere Car Mishap
23-08-2016

Spokesman: AMISOM killed 8 militants near Baidoa city
23-08-2016

UN condemns deadly explosions in Somalia
22-08-2016

IED Blast hits AMISOM convoy in southern Somalia
22-08-2016

Kenyan police foils Al Shabaab attack on camp in Mandera
22-08-2016

U.S. and Kenya to discuss Somalia elections
21-08-2016

Father of Garissa attacker fears for his life, goes into hiding
A man whose son has been identified as one of the four terrorists who attacked Garissa University College fears for his life.
Chief Abdullahi Daqare has gone into hiding.
Kenyans hold march for national security after massacre
Kenyans prepared to march for greater national security Tuesday following last week's massacre by Somalia's Shebab Islamists, ahead of a candlelit vigil on the final day of mourning for the 148 people killed by the militants.
Minneapolis Cop To Black Teen: 'F**k With Me, I'll Break Your Leg
A Minneapolis cop was caught on camera threatening to break the leg of a teenager who said he was racially profiled.
Somalia asserts its support to Saudi-led airstrikes in Yemen
In the face of domestic opposition for the government's support towards the Saudi-led airstrikes against Houthi fighters in Yemen, Somalia's president has emphasized his country's position to Saudi Arabia in its fight against Shia militia and the support Yemeni government led by the ousted president Abd-Rabbu Mansour.
UN Prepares for Thousands of Yemeni Refugees to Flock to Horn of Africa
A “massive influx” of thousands of Yemeni refugees is expected in the Horn of Africa as fighting escalates between rebels and troops loyal to the ousted president.
Qatar Workers Forced To Run Marathon Shoeless In Bid For World Record
In an effort to break the Guinness World Record for the largest marathon ever, officials in Doha, Qatar, bused in thousands of immigrant slaves working in the country and forced them to run in whatever clothes they had -- including even if they were shoeless.
French Muslim leader calls for doubling of mosques
One of France's top Muslim leaders has called for the number of mosques to double over the next two years to remedy a shortage of places of worship for the country's millions of faithful.
Kenyan churches tighten security after Al-Shabaab kills 148 university students
Churches in Garissa town and its environs on Sunday tightened security following a terrorist attack at Garissa University College on Thursday that claimed 148 lives.
Kenyan official’s son identified as one of the gunmen at a Garissa university
Authorities have identified one of the al-Shababgunmen responsible for the massacre at a Kenyan university last week that killed 148 students as the son of a Kenyan official.
Al-Shabab's Deadly Resilience
Last Thursday, a handful of armed men affiliated with al-Shabab entered a dormitory at northeast Kenya's Garissa University, executing 147 Christian students before government forces soldiers arrived on the scene. The massacre—the country's worst in 16 years—raised Kenya's death toll from al-Shabab attacks to over 600 since 2012, prompting renewed concerns that the Somali terrorist group operates with increased impunity. Last week, al-Shabab pulled off a deadly attack and occupation of a Mogadishu hotel that took 17 lives.
Teen Nigerian immigrant accepted into all eight Ivy League schools
A high-school senior in New York has been accepted into all eight Ivy League schools in the United States.

Born in Nigeria to immigrant parents from Ghana, 17-year-old Harold Ekeh was accepted into all 13 schools he applied for, including MIT and Johns Hopkins University.


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24,000 refugees voluntarily left Dadaab for Somalia
24-08-2016

Low Flying Fighter Jets spotted over Shabaab base
24-08-2016

Somali, AU troops ‘regain ground’ from Al Shabaab
24-08-2016

Central Bank Staffers arrested in Mogadishu
23-08-2016

Somalia: 8 Soldiers injured in Bardere Car Mishap
23-08-2016

Spokesman: AMISOM killed 8 militants near Baidoa city
23-08-2016

UN condemns deadly explosions in Somalia
22-08-2016

IED Blast hits AMISOM convoy in southern Somalia
22-08-2016

Kenyan police foils Al Shabaab attack on camp in Mandera
22-08-2016

U.S. and Kenya to discuss Somalia elections
21-08-2016


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