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Plane Crash Kills Relatives of Bin Laden
02-08-2015

Somalia militants observes funeral rites for dead Taliban leader
02-08-2015

Qurtuba Publishing House: Changing the Western Muslim Narrative
02-08-2015

Man walking home from funeral shot, killed in South Seattle
01-08-2015

A politician in Finland declared war on multiculturalism. This is how his country responded.
01-08-2015

Ethiopia - the New Powerhouse of the Continent
01-08-2015

Kenya Airways says tourism slump may have bottomed out
31-07-2015

Group Sues Muslim Free-Zone Gun Shop
31-07-2015

As govt dismisses 2016 popular elections, UN rules out Somali leaders’ possible term extension
31-07-2015

Somalia may lose Chinese assistance after terror attack
30-07-2015

Plane Crash Kills Relatives of Bin Laden
Three relatives of the former leader of Al Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, were among four people killed when a private jet crashed on landing in southern England, British police confirmed Saturday.
Somalia militants observes funeral rites for dead Taliban leader
The Al-Qaeda linked militant group in Somalia has performed a ritual prayer for the deceased Taliban leader Mullah Omar after the Afghan militant group elected a new leader after Omar’s mysterious death two years ago.
Qurtuba Publishing House: Changing the Western Muslim Narrative
Muslim Link had an opportunity to interview Ilhan Ibrahim, who, along with her two sisters Hodan Ibrahim and Ayan Ibrahim, have co-founded Qurtuba Publishing House.
Man walking home from funeral shot, killed in South Seattle
A man walking home from a funeral in Seattle was shot and killed Friday afternoon.

The victim's mom said Zakariya Issa was leaving a funeral for a friend who was shot and killed earlier this week in Federal Way when he was murdered in a drive-by shooting.
A politician in Finland declared war on multiculturalism. This is how his country responded.
Earlier this week, Olli Immonen, a legislator belonging to The Finns, an anti-immigration political party that's part of Finland's ruling coalition, published an incendiary post on Facebook.
Ethiopia - the New Powerhouse of the Continent
Ethiopia is bursting with a feeling of unprecedented economic optimism owing to its high economic growth in the last twenty years and the Ethiopian people wherever they are in the world are upbeat about their country's future. Africa's second most populous country, with nearly some 100 million people, has achieved spectacular economic growth over the past two decades and is emerging as the new powerhouse of Africa.
Kenya Airways says tourism slump may have bottomed out
Kenya Airways sunk deeper into the red in the year through March, sending its shares plummeting on Thursday, but CEO Mbuvi Ngunze said the tourism slump that sparked the losses may have bottomed out.
Group Sues Muslim Free-Zone Gun Shop
A leading American Muslim advocacy group has filed a federal lawsuit on Wednesday, July 29, against a gun shop that had proclaimed itself a Muslim-free zone.
As govt dismisses 2016 popular elections, UN rules out Somali leaders’ possible term extension
Days after Somalia’s government and parliament have jointly declared the country would not be able to hold popular elections in 2016, the United Nations envoy to Somalia has dismissed potential term extension for the country’s leaders as unacceptable.
Somalia may lose Chinese assistance after terror attack
China's hopes of resuming assistance in various projects in Somalia have been dashed after the latest suicide attack in the capital Mogadishu.
Piracy-free oceans - myth or reality?
Counter-piracy in the Gulf of Aden could not have been more successful. No commercial ships have been hijacked since 2013, compared with 46 ships in 2010. At the 18th Plenary Session of Contact Group on Piracy off the Coast of Somalia at the UN headquarters on July 8, 2015, the European Union reiterated its "two zeros" goal for this year - zero ships and zero seafarers in the hands of Somali pirates.


 
Primary content on this page
Plane Crash Kills Relatives of Bin Laden
02-08-2015

Somalia militants observes funeral rites for dead Taliban leader
02-08-2015

Qurtuba Publishing House: Changing the Western Muslim Narrative
02-08-2015

Man walking home from funeral shot, killed in South Seattle
01-08-2015

A politician in Finland declared war on multiculturalism. This is how his country responded.
01-08-2015

Ethiopia - the New Powerhouse of the Continent
01-08-2015

Kenya Airways says tourism slump may have bottomed out
31-07-2015

Group Sues Muslim Free-Zone Gun Shop
31-07-2015

As govt dismisses 2016 popular elections, UN rules out Somali leaders’ possible term extension
31-07-2015

Somalia may lose Chinese assistance after terror attack
30-07-2015



 
 
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