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War against al-Shabaab falters over money deals
25-05-2015

UN official condemns killing of parliamentarian, reiterates support for political process
25-05-2015

Somali govt completes probe into MP's murder
25-05-2015

Doctors, teachers, parents can lead the way forward
24-05-2015

Iran aid plane for Yemen barred from landing in Djibouti
24-05-2015

Burundi opposition leader murdered during pause in protests
24-05-2015

What it’s like to be a Somali refugee in Kenya
23-05-2015

Saudi Arabia Wants to Head UN Human Rights Council; Sparks Uproar
23-05-2015

Djibouti: Location, location, location
23-05-2015

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

Two missing Kenyan girls claim they've joined Islamist group in Syria
Two 20-year-old girls who disappeared last Wednesday have shocked their relatives who have received a message saying that they are in Syria. If true, the youths will become the first confirmed cases of Kenyans who have joined the ISIS.
Muslim preacher charged in Nairobi court with incitement to kill
An Islamic preacher who police linked to the Garissa University College attack was on Monday charged in Nairobi with inciting Muslims to kill non-Muslims.
White Widow 'has killed 400 people' as key figure in al-Shabaab
Samantha Lewthwaite, known as the White Widow, is at the "right hand" of terror leaders in Somalia.

Spy chief says White Widow Samantha Lewthwaite is responsible for the deaths of at least 400 people, including last month's slaughter of 148 people at a university in Kenya, according to Somali security chiefs.
She is thought to have risen through the ranks of terror organisation al-Shabaab quickly after many of its leaders died in drone attacks and is now at the heart of its deadly mission.
Kenya rejects Korea request for embassy
An attempt by North Korea to establish a diplomatic mission in Nairobi has been turned down.
The rebuff projects the view that Kenya does not want to be seen to be warming up to the world’s pariah state.
S.Africa arrests 1,600 illegal immigrants in crackdown
Pretoria - More than 3,900 people -- including 1,650 illegal immigrants -- have been arrested in South Africa during a controversial police crackdown after April's deadly xenophobic violence, authorities said Sunday.
U.S. 'deeply concerned' over Mursi death sentence bid by Egyptian court
The United States is "deeply concerned" about an Egyptian court decision to seek the death penalty for former President Mohamed Mursi, a State Department official said on Sunday.
Ohio cases highlight challenges in domestic terror probes
The father of one of the men described him as a stay-at-home "Mommy's boy," while the other young man's attorney said he was "a normal 23-year-old kid."
Ethiopia sells $3.8bn Nile mega dam bonds like it were the Olympics, and the masses are buying
A Horse-drawn carriage festooned with balloons and Ethiopian flags stops in front of a crowd at a ramshackle football stadium.
Somali youth ready to migrate to Europe despite perils
Mohamed Khadar is one of the many young Somalis who are ready to join the mass immigration across the Mediterranean Sea despite the perils he will face.
Minnesota’s Radical Experiment in Jihadi Rehab
This past week, at a pre-trial hearing for five young Somali-Americans accused of attempting to join the Islamic State in Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS), U.S. District Court Judge Michael Davis announced that he would consider moving the men from prison to a halfway house while they awaited trial, provided that their lawyers could come up with a satisfactory “creative release” plan.
Burundi's president urges end to protest, coup leader at large
Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza's spokesman said he had returned to the capital on Friday after a failed coup but that the general behind it had not been arrested as he had reported earlier, adding to confusion after three days of turmoil.


 
Primary content on this page
War against al-Shabaab falters over money deals
25-05-2015

UN official condemns killing of parliamentarian, reiterates support for political process
25-05-2015

Somali govt completes probe into MP's murder
25-05-2015

Doctors, teachers, parents can lead the way forward
24-05-2015

Iran aid plane for Yemen barred from landing in Djibouti
24-05-2015

Burundi opposition leader murdered during pause in protests
24-05-2015

What it’s like to be a Somali refugee in Kenya
23-05-2015

Saudi Arabia Wants to Head UN Human Rights Council; Sparks Uproar
23-05-2015

Djibouti: Location, location, location
23-05-2015

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



 
 
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