Dadaab refugees dismiss attacks orchestrated from camps
Facing prosecutions and clampdown by Kenyan forces after series of attacks across Kenya, refugees in the world's largest refugee camp have dismissed the government's claims that the camp shelter terrorists who carried out deadly attacks in the East African nation.
CAF U-23 Championship: Rwanda Down Somalia in Kigali
Yannick Mukunzi and Kevin Muhire were on target as Rwanda registered a comfortable 2-0 win over Somalia in the first leg, first round of the Africa U-23 Championship qualifier held on Saturday at Amahoro Stadium.
Islamic State or Al-Qaeda? Somalia's Shebab mulls future
Mogadishu - Somalia's Shebab militants are divided over whether to maintain their allegiance to Al-Qaeda or shift to Islamic State, according to militant and security sources, analysts and clan elders.
Uganda president gives rare insight into Shabaab attacks in Kenya, Somalia, Kampala and America’s fail
THE most atrocious, criminal, cowardly and monstrous attacks by Al-Shabaab against soft and innocent targets such as shoppers in Nairobi’s Westgate Mall in September 2013; young students in northeast Kenya’s Garissa University on April 2 in which 148 were killed, or football fans watching the World Cup matches at the Rugby Club in Kampala in July 2010, may look very frightening to those that are not used to war or that are not well informed. However, those attacks, in fact, prove three things.