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President Kenyatta signs controversial anti-terror bill amid criticism
20-12-2014

Suspended prison sentences in Finland’s first terrorism case
20-12-2014

Pastor in Kenya Fears His Life Is in Imminent Danger from Islamic Extremists
20-12-2014

Pierce County man gets 25 years for 2009 slaying of cab driver
20-12-2014

Al-Shabaab magazine attempts to justify violent jihad
20-12-2014

In Kansas City, the close-knit Somali community is jarred by a teen’s death
20-12-2014

NDP's Faisal Hassan, Running for Etobicoke North Nomination
20-12-2014

Great expectations await Somalia's new prime minister
20-12-2014

Barkhad Abdi Of ‘Captain Phillips’ Fame Back On The Big Screen In 2015
19-12-2014

Somali charged with double attempted murder placed under bill of indictment
19-12-2014

President Kenyatta signs controversial anti-terror bill amid criticism
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta on Friday signed into law a controversial anti-terror bill that sparked brawls in parliament and charges that it violates basic freedoms.
Suspended prison sentences in Finland’s first terrorism case
The Helsinki district court has handed down suspended prison sentences to four men in the country's first ever terrorism case. The accused have denied all of the charges brought against them.
Pastor in Kenya Fears His Life Is in Imminent Danger from Islamic Extremists
A pastor in Kenya of Somali descent whom Islamic extremist Al Shabaab militants have threatened for leaving Islam fears he soon could be killed.
Pierce County man gets 25 years for 2009 slaying of cab driver
A 37-year-old Pierce County man was sentenced to 25 years in prison on Friday for killing a cab driver five years ago.
Al-Shabaab magazine attempts to justify violent jihad
Al-Shabaab supporters volley between local gripes and global issues in the latest edition of their online magazine, but their calls for violent jihad and overthrow of democratic governments are falling on deaf ears, Kenyan religious leaders and security analysts say.
In Kansas City, the close-knit Somali community is jarred by a teen’s death
When Abdihakim “Hakim” Abdi arrived in the United States a little more than two years ago, he found himself in an unenviable position.
NDP's Faisal Hassan, Running for Etobicoke North Nomination
Toronto - After serving the NDP and the Canadian public in various capacities, Mr. Faisal Hassan, a prominent social activist and human rights advocate is seeking the NDP nomination for the next Federal election in Etobicoke North.From housing activist to published author to broadcaster to political assistant, Faisal Hassan has a proven track record as a progressive activist in his community. He is a highly respected community leader who has dedicated his life to serving residents of diverse backgrounds.
Great expectations await Somalia's new prime minister
Somali politicians and pundits have welcomed the appointment of Omar Abdirashid Ali Sharmarke as the nation's next prime minister, calling him a leader with the temperament and experience to move the country forward.
Barkhad Abdi Of ‘Captain Phillips’ Fame Back On The Big Screen In 2015
Barkhad Abdi of “Captain Phillips” will be back in the big screen in 2015. The Somali actor who became a star last year thanks to his role in the Oscar Best Picture nominee, and nominations he has received himself in major award shows this year, will be starring in a military thriller titled “Eye in the Sky.” His co-stars include Helen Mirren.
Somali charged with double attempted murder placed under bill of indictment
A Somali man charged with the attempted murder of two Sudanese men was today placed under a bill of indictment after a criminal court ruled that there is enough prima facie evidence.
Kenya security law approved despite chaos in parliament
NAIROBI — Kenya’s parliament approved new anti-terrorism laws on Thursday after chaotic scenes in which opposition legislators, citing a threat to civil liberties and free speech, threw books at the Speaker, shouted, chanted and sprinkled water over his deputy.

 
Primary content on this page
President Kenyatta signs controversial anti-terror bill amid criticism
20-12-2014

Suspended prison sentences in Finland’s first terrorism case
20-12-2014

Pastor in Kenya Fears His Life Is in Imminent Danger from Islamic Extremists
20-12-2014

Pierce County man gets 25 years for 2009 slaying of cab driver
20-12-2014

Al-Shabaab magazine attempts to justify violent jihad
20-12-2014

In Kansas City, the close-knit Somali community is jarred by a teen’s death
20-12-2014

NDP's Faisal Hassan, Running for Etobicoke North Nomination
20-12-2014

Great expectations await Somalia's new prime minister
20-12-2014

Barkhad Abdi Of ‘Captain Phillips’ Fame Back On The Big Screen In 2015
19-12-2014

Somali charged with double attempted murder placed under bill of indictment
19-12-2014






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