ST. PAUL, Minn. - With so much uncertainty about whether they will be able to stay in the U.S. or not, refugees and permanent residents are calling Twin Cities organizations like the International Institute to guide them through the process of becoming a citizen.
Kenyans abroad are the biggest senders of mobile to mobile remittances
To mark the 10th anniversary of ground-breaking mobile money service M-PESA, WorldRemit has released new data showing that the Kenyan diaspora is the biggest sender of digital remittances to mobile accounts.
Time is running out for children as famine, drought and war threaten millions
More than a month after famine was declared in South Sudan, time is running out for more than a million children as drought and armed conflict devastate lives in northeast Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen, UNICEF said today.
President Yoweri Museveni and his counterpart, the newly elected Somalia President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, have today held a bilateral meeting during which they discussed the security situation in the horn and development in Somalia.
ICC awards 'symbolic' $250 each to Congo war crimes victims
In its first such decision, the International Criminal Court on Friday awarded $250 dollars as "symbolic" damages to each victim of a former Congolese warlord, a sum swiftly dismissed as meaningless by those who lost homes and loved ones in a militia attack on their village 14 years ago.