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Kenyan shilling nears 3-year low after attacks, shares fall
25-11-2014

No-confidence motion sparks parliamentary row in Somalia
25-11-2014

To fend off terror recruiting, U.S. Attorney Andy Luger unveils Somali community effort
25-11-2014

'Al-Shabab Doesn't Want a Truce With Infidel Powers'
25-11-2014

Somali parliament again fails to hold 'no confidence' vote
25-11-2014

Kenyan unions warn thousands of workers to leave restive north
25-11-2014

No-confidence motion causes more rifts in Somalia
25-11-2014

UN slams deadly terrorist attack on bus in northern Kenya
24-11-2014

Ill-fated bus was being comandeered to Somalia
24-11-2014

Kenya bus attack: Military 'kills 100 Shabab militants'
24-11-2014

Kenyan shilling nears 3-year low after attacks, shares fall
Kenya's shilling weakened to close near three-year lows on Monday after Islamist militants ambushed a bus and killed 28 people near the Somali border at the weekend, threatening the country's ailing tourism industry.
No-confidence motion sparks parliamentary row in Somalia
A session of the Somali parliament ended abruptly on Monday following the distribution of a proposed motion to withdraw confidence from the government, which caused a row between rival MPs, according to parliamentary sources.
To fend off terror recruiting, U.S. Attorney Andy Luger unveils Somali community effort
In an effort to parry terrorist recruitment of Twin Cities Somali youth, the U.S. Attorney in Minnesota said Monday that he will lobby White House officials to create jobs and expand youth programs that combat the root causes of extremism.
'Al-Shabab Doesn't Want a Truce With Infidel Powers'
The violent campaign between Kenya's government and Somali militants is escalaintg. On Sunday, a day after members of the al-Shabab group executed 28 passengers on a Kenyan bus, Kenya's Vice President William Ruto announced that the country's military had crossed into Somalia and attacked al-Shabab camps where the bus attack was planned. The combined air and ground attack killed over 115 militants and, according to Ruto, "identified, followed and struck the perpetrators of these heinous crimes." A spokesman for al-Shabab denied Ruto's claim, and the attack could not be independently verified.
Somali parliament again fails to hold 'no confidence' vote
The Somali parliament's Monday (November 24th) session again devolved into chaos as lawmakers prepared for the third time to debate a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed, Somalia's Goobjoog News reported.
Kenyan unions warn thousands of workers to leave restive north
Thousands of Kenyan civil servants, teachers and medics have been warned by their unions to leave troubled northeastern regions hit by a wave of insurgent attacks, reports said Tuesday.
No-confidence motion causes more rifts in Somalia
Somalia's parliament said on Monday that it had postponed a session scheduled for the day on a proposed motion to withdraw confidence from the government until conflicts between MPs were solved.
UN slams deadly terrorist attack on bus in northern Kenya
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Saturday condemned a terrorist attack on a commuter bus in northern Kenya that left at least 28 people dead, hoping that "those responsible for today's attack will be brought to justice swiftly."
Ill-fated bus was being comandeered to Somalia
Mandera, Kenya: Heavy rains pounding Mandera County saved the bus in which 28 people who were killed yesterday morning by Al Shabab militants from being driven to Somalia. Unknown number of attackers commandeered the bus as it was about to enter Arabia town, which is between Mandera town and Elwak.
Kenya bus attack: Military 'kills 100 Shabab militants'
William Ruto said the armed forces had carried out two operations in Somalia, destroying equipment and a camp from which the bus attack was planned.
Freed Somalia Towns Feel Besieged
HUDUR, SomaliaŚWomen slip into this southern town in the middle of the night with sacks of rice for saleŚa lifeline for residents and a move that demonstrates the continued threat from surrounding Islamist militants.

 
Primary content on this page
Kenyan shilling nears 3-year low after attacks, shares fall
25-11-2014

No-confidence motion sparks parliamentary row in Somalia
25-11-2014

To fend off terror recruiting, U.S. Attorney Andy Luger unveils Somali community effort
25-11-2014

'Al-Shabab Doesn't Want a Truce With Infidel Powers'
25-11-2014

Somali parliament again fails to hold 'no confidence' vote
25-11-2014

Kenyan unions warn thousands of workers to leave restive north
25-11-2014

No-confidence motion causes more rifts in Somalia
25-11-2014

UN slams deadly terrorist attack on bus in northern Kenya
24-11-2014

Ill-fated bus was being comandeered to Somalia
24-11-2014

Kenya bus attack: Military 'kills 100 Shabab militants'
24-11-2014






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