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Ambassador ‘Bari Bari’ – “We have lost a great human rights advocate,” UN expert on Somalia says
01-04-2015

E. Africa Braces for Security Fallout from Yemen Conflict
01-04-2015

Nigeria opposition candidate wins presidency in historic race
01-04-2015

Fleeing violence at home, Yemeni refugees arrive in Somalia
01-04-2015

Mediation could be key to curbing school suspensions
31-03-2015

Militants threaten more hotel attacks in Somalia
31-03-2015

Kenya announces plans to reopen Nairobi mall after attack
31-03-2015

Markets fear Saudi-led military action in Yemen will choke oil delivery to Europe and US
31-03-2015

Obama plans first presidential trip to Kenya, father's homeland
31-03-2015

Kenya charges 3 female university students over "terror links"
31-03-2015

Ambassador ‘Bari Bari’ – “We have lost a great human rights advocate,” UN expert on Somalia says
The United Nations Independent Expert on the situation of human rights in Somalia, Bahame Tom Mukirya Nyanduga, condemns the terrorist attack in Mogadishu city on 27 March that took the life of Ambassador Yusuf Mohamed Ismail ‘Bari Bari', the Permanent Representative of the Federal Republic of Somalia to the UN in Geneva, and resulted in the death and injury of many innocent Somalis.
E. Africa Braces for Security Fallout from Yemen Conflict
Saudi-led coalition airstrikes against Houthi Shi’ite rebels in Yemen began last week, but already, security experts are warning that the conflict in Yemen might cause a new security challenge to East Africa.
Nigeria opposition candidate wins presidency in historic race
In a historic moment for Africa’s most populous country, former military dictator Muhammadu Buhari won Nigeria’s presidential election, the first time in 16 years of democracy that an opposition candidate has defeated a sitting president.
Fleeing violence at home, Yemeni refugees arrive in Somalia
Dozens of Yemeni refugees fleeing the fighting and Saudi-led airstrikes in Yemen have arrived in the northern parts of Somalia, local officials and the U.N. said on Tuesday.
Mediation could be key to curbing school suspensions
Many adults may remember the high emotion, reactionary behavior and seemingly devastating consequences of various slights and drama from their middle school years.
Militants threaten more hotel attacks in Somalia
One day after fighters from the Al-Qaeda-linked group in Somalia staged a deadly siege at a popular hotel in the Somali capital in which more than 25 people were killed, the group threatened more similar attacks in the country, warning hotel owners of renting their hotels out to government officials.
Kenya announces plans to reopen Nairobi mall after attack
Kenya`s Westgate mall, the scene of a four-day siege in late 2013 that left dozens dead, will reopen to the public in July for the first time since the attack, officials said on Monday.
Markets fear Saudi-led military action in Yemen will choke oil delivery to Europe and US
Kuwait has moved to reassure markets that its oil tankers are negotiating safely through the Bab el-Mandab Strait, the narrow 40 km strip of water between Yemen and Djibouti, one of the seven choke points in the delivery of oil to Europe and the US.
Obama plans first presidential trip to Kenya, father's homeland
Washington - Barack Obama will make a long-awaited return to Kenya this July, visiting his father's homeland for the first time since becoming US president, the White House announced Monday.
Kenya charges 3 female university students over "terror links"
Three female university students were charged on Monday in Kenya for planning to join the Al-Shabaab militant group, after they were arrested in a border town en route to Somalia.
Somali elders learn mediation to integrate community
Confidentiality. Quality of process. Impartiality. Conflict of interest. Competence. Those were the words scribbled across the chalkboard in a St. Cloud State University classroom.


 
Primary content on this page
Ambassador ‘Bari Bari’ – “We have lost a great human rights advocate,” UN expert on Somalia says
01-04-2015

E. Africa Braces for Security Fallout from Yemen Conflict
01-04-2015

Nigeria opposition candidate wins presidency in historic race
01-04-2015

Fleeing violence at home, Yemeni refugees arrive in Somalia
01-04-2015

Mediation could be key to curbing school suspensions
31-03-2015

Militants threaten more hotel attacks in Somalia
31-03-2015

Kenya announces plans to reopen Nairobi mall after attack
31-03-2015

Markets fear Saudi-led military action in Yemen will choke oil delivery to Europe and US
31-03-2015

Obama plans first presidential trip to Kenya, father's homeland
31-03-2015

Kenya charges 3 female university students over "terror links"
31-03-2015



 
 
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