The Government will not relent in the war against terrorism, President Uhuru Kenyatta has said.
He said the Government is working with civil society, the private sector, neighbouring states, and the international community to counter violent extremism and terrorism.
Tunisia weighs new security approach as tourists flee
Thousands of tourists fled from Tunisia on Saturday after the country's worst terrorist attack killed 38 people — including 15 Britons — as the government struggles to prevent future jihadi attacks against the all-important tourism sector.
Gunman kills at least 39 at Tunisian beachside hotel
SOUSSE, Tunisia - A gunman disguised as a tourist opened fire at a Tunisian hotel on Friday with a weapon he had hidden in an umbrella, killing 39 people including Britons, Germans and Belgians as they lounged at the beach and pool in a popular resort town.
Security tightened in Puntland as rebellious soldiers defect
Heavily armed soldiers have been deployed across the semiautonomous northern Somali region of Puntland to tighten security after hundreds of rebellious soldiers led by a former senior police general defected over what they described as ‘missing’ basic rights, including lack of salary and well-fare.
Somali militants attack African Union base south of capital
Somali al Shabaab militants fought a gunbattle with African Union troops after ramming a car laden with explosives into their base south of the capital Mogadishu early on Friday, military officials and a spokesman for the group said.
Minnesota girl accepted to all 8 Ivy League schools dines with Obama
An invitation to dinner is always a big deal, but especially when that invite is to dine at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. A very accomplished young woman from the Twin Cities just got back from meeting President Barack Obama on Monday.