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Somali Terror Suspect's Light Sentence Raises Questions
31-01-2015

Puntland accuses Somaliland of aiding militants in the region
31-01-2015

FBIís Seattle Somali community outreach programs targeted for spying
31-01-2015

AirAsia captain left seat before jet lost control
31-01-2015

UN chief urges African leaders not cling to power
31-01-2015

Bank Crackdown Threatens Remittances to Somalia
31-01-2015

Malaysia declares MH370 an 'accident', airline to proceed with compensation
30-01-2015

Ten Somali Artists & Entertainers To Watch In 2015
30-01-2015

Former D.C. Taxi Driver on FBIís Most Wanted Terrorists List
30-01-2015

AU fast-tracks creation of African court
30-01-2015

Somali Terror Suspect's Light Sentence Raises Questions
When federal agents stopped 18-year-old Abdullahi Yusuf at the Minneapolis airport last May he had a ticket to Istanbul, Turkey. The Somali-American teen had gotten a passport just a few weeks earlier. He hadnít told his father where he was going. But the Federal Bureau of Investigation believed he wanted to join terrorist fighters battling the Syrian regime of Bashar al-Assad.
Puntland accuses Somaliland of aiding militants in the region
Puntlandís security minister has accused the neighboring Somaliland breakaway of aiding militants fighting their administration in a mountainous village in north-eastern Somalia.
FBIís Seattle Somali community outreach programs targeted for spying
An FBI community outreach program in Seattle received orders to gather intelligence on the Somali community, according to reports released this week by the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law and the Star-Tribune in Minneapolis.
AirAsia captain left seat before jet lost control
The captain of the AirAsia jet that crashed into the sea in December was out of his seat conducting an unorthodox procedure when his co-pilot apparently lost control, and by the time he returned it was too late to save the plane, two people familiar with the investigation said.
UN chief urges African leaders not cling to power
The U.N. secretary-general Friday urged African leaders not to cling to power.

Ban Ki-moon said undemocratic constitutional changes and legal loopholes should never be used by leaders to stay in power.
Bank Crackdown Threatens Remittances to Somalia
Somali-Americans could find it much harder to send money back home to friends and family after next week.

Merchants Bank of California, which handles 60 to 80 percent of the remittances sent to Somalia from the United States, announced this week that it is dropping the accounts of companies that transfer money on behalf of Somali immigrants in the United States.
Malaysia declares MH370 an 'accident', airline to proceed with compensation
Malaysia declared on Thursday the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 an accident, clearing the way for the airline to pay compensation to victims' relatives while the search for the plane goes on.
Ten Somali Artists & Entertainers To Watch In 2015
Somali growth, innovation and artistry is, for the most part, only championed by other Somalis, which is why hashtags like #SomaliDiversity and #EastAfricanFeminism have gained a lot of traction in the last few months. Whether or not itís publicized, Somalis outside of Somalia are a diaspora to be reckoned with: theyíre artists, thought leaders,
Former D.C. Taxi Driver on FBIís Most Wanted Terrorists List
A former taxicab driver in the D.C. area is the latest person to go on the FBIís Most Wanted Terrorists list, the FBI announced Thursday.
AU fast-tracks creation of African court
ADDIS ABABA: The African Union starts today the fast-tracking of the ratification of a protocol that will vest the continent's international criminal jurisdiction on a regional court, as the push for Africa's mass withdrawal from the Rome Statute gains momentum.
Pilots Disabled Critical Computers Moments Before AirAsia Crash
The pilots of AirAsia Bhd. Flight 8501 cut power to a critical computer system that normally prevents planes from going out of control shortly before it plunged into the Java Sea, two people with knowledge of the investigation said.

 
Primary content on this page
Somali Terror Suspect's Light Sentence Raises Questions
31-01-2015

Puntland accuses Somaliland of aiding militants in the region
31-01-2015

FBIís Seattle Somali community outreach programs targeted for spying
31-01-2015

AirAsia captain left seat before jet lost control
31-01-2015

UN chief urges African leaders not cling to power
31-01-2015

Bank Crackdown Threatens Remittances to Somalia
31-01-2015

Malaysia declares MH370 an 'accident', airline to proceed with compensation
30-01-2015

Ten Somali Artists & Entertainers To Watch In 2015
30-01-2015

Former D.C. Taxi Driver on FBIís Most Wanted Terrorists List
30-01-2015

AU fast-tracks creation of African court
30-01-2015


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