Turkish Airlines doubles profits, targets more expansion
Turkey's flag carrier Turkish Airlines, which has grown exponentially in the last decade, said Wednesday its net profit more than doubled last year and was targeting 15 percent growth in passenger capacity in 2015.
At margins of hot war, Somalis ‘hanging by a thread’
After twin suicide bombings at a popular Mogadishu hotel last week that killed 25 and wounded 40, news reporters were seen swarming through the city, spotlighting the victims, the assassins, the motives and the official response.
Disruption in Sending Cash Home Distresses Somali Immigrants
Once a month for years, Ahmed Ahmed has been going to Dahabshil, a money service agency catering to the Somali community outside Washington. The taxi driver has sent $200 every month to his family of eight left behind at home — until recently.
Untrained teachers hired to avert crisis in Mandera
Mandera, Kenya: Governor Ali Roba's administration is recruiting school leavers to take up teaching jobs. This after more than 2,000 teachers defied an order by the national government to return to their stations in North Eastern over insecurity.
Israel's Africa policies 'an exercise in cynicism'
Secret documents obtained by Al Jazeera's Investigative Unit expose a deep disdain by South Africa's spies for their Israeli counterparts, with intelligence assessments accusing Israel of conducting "cynical" polices in Africa that include "fuelling insurrection", "appropriating diamonds" and even sabotaging Egypt's water supply.
A West Side man is accused of supporting Middle Eastern terrorists through money laundering and by providing resources in what prosecutors say is the first indictment of its kind in Franklin County Common Pleas Court.