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Al-Shabaab preys on poor youth with promises of cars and wives
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Ethiopia threatens Kenya's investment appeal - analyst
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Suspected Suicide Bomber Traded Seats Before Somali Plane Blast, Airline CEO Says
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US Military Seeks to Prepare Africa for Shifting Terror Threat
10-02-2016

Ugandan opposition general to miss polls in jail
10-02-2016

Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders Win the New Hampshire Primaries
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Millions in drought-hit Somalia are at risk, says UN
09-02-2016

The Islamic State Is Running Out of Time in Somalia
09-02-2016

Djibouti’s Guelleh receives Somali-British athlete Mo Farah in Djibouti
09-02-2016

City of Thorns: Nine Lives in the World’s Largest Refugee Camp review – stories that need to be heard
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Al-Shabaab preys on poor youth with promises of cars and wives
The boarding school is known for admitting children from poor backgrounds and charges only Sh500 per pupil per term.
Ethiopia threatens Kenya's investment appeal - analyst
KENYA may play the second fiddle to Ethiopia in attracting global manufacturing companies eyeing Africa to escape from rising costs in East Asia, an international risk analysis and management firm said yesterday.
Suspected Suicide Bomber Traded Seats Before Somali Plane Blast, Airline CEO Says
The man authorities believe may have smuggled a bomb onto a Daallo Airlines jet in Somalialast week apparently traded seats with another passenger before the blast, airline CEO Mohammed Ibrahim Yassin told ABC News.
US Military Seeks to Prepare Africa for Shifting Terror Threat
African forces began a U.S.-led counter-terrorism training program Monday in Senegal, amid what a U.S. commander said were rising signs of collaboration between Islamist militant groups across north Africa and the Sahel.
Ugandan opposition general to miss polls in jail
A former Ugandan intelligence chief and critic of President Yoweri Museveni was denied bail on Tuesday, days before elections in which the veteran leader is seeking to extend his 30-year rule.
Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders Win the New Hampshire Primaries
Donald J. Trump and Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont harnessed working-class fury on Tuesday to surge to commanding victories in a New Hampshire primary that drew a huge turnout across the state.
Millions in drought-hit Somalia are at risk, says UN
According to a new UN report over 4.7 million people in drought-hit Somalia need humanitarian assistance.

The Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit for Somalia (FSNAU, a project managed by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations) suggest that around 40 percent of the population are, what they term, “food insecure”.
The Islamic State Is Running Out of Time in Somalia
The Islamic State wants to spread its influence wherever it can, and propaganda efforts aimed at the Somali insurgent group — and longtime Al Qaeda affiliate — Al Shabab have resulted in both high and low-level defections.
Djibouti’s Guelleh receives Somali-British athlete Mo Farah in Djibouti
Djibouti’s president Ismail Omar Guelleh has welcomed the British Somali-born athlete Mo Farah who won the 10,000m and 5,000m double at world championships into his presidential palace in Djibouti Monday
City of Thorns: Nine Lives in the World’s Largest Refugee Camp review – stories that need to be heard
Guled was a slight boy, orphaned in his teens and living on his wits in Mogadishu, a city reduced to ruins by years of interminable war. He lived with his sister and a swelling group of other orphans, fleeing from their home when mortars came too close.
Somali recaptures key port of Merka from Al-Shabaab
Somali government troops backed by African Union peacekeepers on Sunday recaptured the key port of Merka from al-Shabaab insurgents, just one day after the Islamists swept into the city, the army and residents said.


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Al-Shabaab preys on poor youth with promises of cars and wives
11-02-2016

Ethiopia threatens Kenya's investment appeal - analyst
11-02-2016

Suspected Suicide Bomber Traded Seats Before Somali Plane Blast, Airline CEO Says
11-02-2016

US Military Seeks to Prepare Africa for Shifting Terror Threat
10-02-2016

Ugandan opposition general to miss polls in jail
10-02-2016

Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders Win the New Hampshire Primaries
10-02-2016

Millions in drought-hit Somalia are at risk, says UN
09-02-2016

The Islamic State Is Running Out of Time in Somalia
09-02-2016

Djibouti’s Guelleh receives Somali-British athlete Mo Farah in Djibouti
09-02-2016

City of Thorns: Nine Lives in the World’s Largest Refugee Camp review – stories that need to be heard
08-02-2016


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