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ISIS ‘beheads’ second Japanese captive
01-02-2015

Africa agrees to send 7,500 troops to fight Boko Haram
01-02-2015

AU summit concludes after deliberation on Africa's key challenges
01-02-2015

Somali PM request ten days extension to complete his cabinet
01-02-2015

Somalia making progress against Shabaab, president tells AA
01-02-2015

South Africa's Soweto area, once epicenter of resistance to apartheid, convulsed by looting
01-02-2015

Outreach programmes used to gather intelligence
01-02-2015

Man jailed two years for threatening police officers
01-02-2015

ISIS ‘beheads’ second Japanese captive
01-02-2015

Africa agrees to send 7,500 troops to fight Boko Haram
01-02-2015

Somali clans sign reconciliation agreement in Afgoye
Traditional elders from two warring clans in Somalia's Lower Shabelle region signed a peace agreement in Afgoye on Wednesday (January 28th), Somalia's Garowe Online reported.
Muslims worry federal anti-terror program could gather intelligence
Civil-liberties and Muslim community groups are scrutinizing the intent of a federal anti-terror program that will launch next month in Minnesota.
Internal Security Minister to end insecurity on Kenya-Somali border
Interior CS Joseph Nkaissery has announced measures aimed at improving security in counties that border Somalia.
Somali leader urges more militants' defections
Spurred by the recent defection by high-ranking Al-Shabab commanders, Somalia's president called for more defections by disgruntled militants still fighting alongside the group which is fighting to topple the western backed government.
Minneapolis FBI refused to use Somali outreach for spying
The FBI directed its agents in Minneapolis and five other U.S. cities in 2009 to use community outreach with Somali groups as cover to gather intelligence on terrorist recruiting efforts and on individuals who would likely be vulnerable to being radicalized, according to a newly released memo that outlines the secretive operation.
Kenya drops some charges against British terror suspect
MOMBASA, Kenya, Jan 29 – A Kenyan court acquitted a suspected British Islamist militant of nine charges Wednesday but the key charge of terrorism for which he is on trial remains, a magistrate said.
Agriculture, food security key for resolving conflicts
Agriculture and food security must be treated as essential components of peacebuilding and conflict resolution, FAO director-general José Graziano da Silva said during a special meeting of the UN Peacebuilding Commission held here on Monday.
Al-Shabaab victims seek justice, government support
Victims of the harsh punishments al-Shabaab meted out during its rule in some parts of Somalia have asked the government for help as they are still suffering from the ill effects of al-Shabaab's brutal actions.
Scared Kenyan Teachers Face Dismissal
NAIROBI—A week after schools reopened, teachers in northeastern Kenya have yet to report to work. Instead, over the past few days, more than 300 educators have stormed the Teachers Service Commission offices in this capital city, demanding transfers to schools in parts of the country where al-Shabab terrorists have been active.
US court in Virginia to hear 2 Somali pirates’ appeals
Two Somali pirates convicted in the shooting deaths of four Americans aboard a yacht will have their appeals heard in a Virginia courtroom.
Bristol MP Stephen Williams under fire over claims Somali immigrants have contributed to pub closures
MP for Bristol West Stephen Williams has been forced to defend himself over claims that an influx of Somali immigrants has led to pub closures.

 
Primary content on this page
ISIS ‘beheads’ second Japanese captive
01-02-2015

Africa agrees to send 7,500 troops to fight Boko Haram
01-02-2015

AU summit concludes after deliberation on Africa's key challenges
01-02-2015

Somali PM request ten days extension to complete his cabinet
01-02-2015

Somalia making progress against Shabaab, president tells AA
01-02-2015

South Africa's Soweto area, once epicenter of resistance to apartheid, convulsed by looting
01-02-2015

Outreach programmes used to gather intelligence
01-02-2015

Man jailed two years for threatening police officers
01-02-2015

ISIS ‘beheads’ second Japanese captive
01-02-2015

Africa agrees to send 7,500 troops to fight Boko Haram
01-02-2015


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