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Drive from Europe to the U.S.? Russia proposes world's greatest superhighway
26-03-2015

Kenyan official: Chinese eatery that barred Africans closed
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Saudis begin airstrikes against Houthi rebels in Yemen
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United States Issues Uganda Terror Attack Warning
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Zulu King Stands By His Deportation Remarks
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Soldiers who die in Somalia were heroes CDS
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Mandera Senator Billow Kerrow Welcomes Somali Border Wall, Warns of Shabaab Sympathisers
26-03-2015

Mohameddek Ali Mohamud identified as body found at Canada Olympic Park
26-03-2015

Somali group denounces racist graffiti
25-03-2015

Somalis, After 2 Famines, Still Face Food Insecurity
25-03-2015

Red Cross wants more foreign-background blood donors
The Finnish Red Cross’ blood bank service wants to see more donors with foreign backgrounds rolling up their sleeves to give blood. They say that while suitable donors can be found in emergency situations, rare blood types can create complications in cases where patients require repeated or major transfusions.
Lee Kuan Yew, founder of modern Singapore, dies at 91
Lee Kuan Yew, the founder of modern Singapore who was both feared for his authoritarian tactics and admired worldwide for turning the city-state into one of the world's richest nations while in power for 31 years, died Monday. He was 91.
Sisi honors mother who had to dress as a man for work
An Egyptian mother who dressed herself as a man to provide for her family was awarded by President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi on Sunday for working more than 40 years.
Somali pirates shifting location towards India: Manohar Parrikar
Beaten back in their usual area of operations, Somali pirates are “shifting their location” towards India, but the country is watchful to deal with such threats, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar today said.
Can someone confirm Kenyans are naturally corrupt?
Reports of corruption in the public and private sectors have been pervasive in recent months that deep down, many Kenyans are beginning to entertain the suspicion that the vice is in the national DNA.
Africa's first public-private water fund launched in Kenya
In a first for Africa, a public-private water fund was launched in Kenya on Friday, bringing together businesses, utilities, conservation groups, government and farmers to fund upstream water conservation through activities such as watershed protection and reforestation.
Nine British medics enter ISIS stronghold to work in hospitals
Nine young British medical students have travelled illegally to Syria and are believed to be working in hospitals in Islamic State-controlled areas, the Observer can reveal. Their families were mounting a desperate effort on Saturday at the Turkish-Syrian border to persuade them to come home.
Protestors in Mandera want county commissioner out over insecurity
Hundreds of Mandera County residents took to the streets of the border town on Friday protesting over insecurity that has claimed lives of many in the area.
Somalis upset as racial unrest builds at St. Cloud Tech High
ST. CLOUD – Dozens of Somali students poured out of Tech High School here Friday for the second time in a week, saying they were outraged that the administration had not done enough to stop classmates who taunted them for being terrorists, tried to pull off their hijabs and regularly hounded them.
Ethiopia torches ivory stock, vows 'zero tolerance' to poachers
Ethiopia on Friday torched a six-tonne pile of seized elephant ivory, the country's entire stock, vowing a "zero tolerance" policy towards poachers and traffickers.
Saudi Arabia plans a $100 billion mega-city to help end its oil dependence
The Saudi government says it will build a brand-new city on its western coast the size of Washington, DC — at a cost of about $100 billion. It's not imaginatively named — it's known as the King Abdullah Economic City, pronouned "cake" (KAEC) for short — but Saudi rulers hope it will become a powerful new economic engine for the kingdom.


 
Primary content on this page
Drive from Europe to the U.S.? Russia proposes world's greatest superhighway
26-03-2015

Kenyan official: Chinese eatery that barred Africans closed
26-03-2015

Saudis begin airstrikes against Houthi rebels in Yemen
26-03-2015

United States Issues Uganda Terror Attack Warning
26-03-2015

Zulu King Stands By His Deportation Remarks
26-03-2015

Soldiers who die in Somalia were heroes CDS
26-03-2015

Mandera Senator Billow Kerrow Welcomes Somali Border Wall, Warns of Shabaab Sympathisers
26-03-2015

Mohameddek Ali Mohamud identified as body found at Canada Olympic Park
26-03-2015

Somali group denounces racist graffiti
25-03-2015

Somalis, After 2 Famines, Still Face Food Insecurity
25-03-2015



 
 
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