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Barkhad Abdi Of ‘Captain Phillips’ Fame Back On The Big Screen In 2015
19-12-2014

Somali charged with double attempted murder placed under bill of indictment
19-12-2014

Kenya security law approved despite chaos in parliament
19-12-2014

America Racism: Obama Mistaken for waiter
19-12-2014

Garissa governor is out of touch, say MCAs
19-12-2014

Ten feared dead in Kwale clashes
19-12-2014

Four killed after Maasai and Somalia herdsman clash at Kinango
19-12-2014

Somali police in preparation to mark 71st anniversary
19-12-2014

MN: 4 Charged In $4 Million Gov’t Benefits Scam
18-12-2014

Tiyeglow officials vow to avenge women's murders with the law
18-12-2014

Barkhad Abdi Of ‘Captain Phillips’ Fame Back On The Big Screen In 2015
Barkhad Abdi of “Captain Phillips” will be back in the big screen in 2015. The Somali actor who became a star last year thanks to his role in the Oscar Best Picture nominee, and nominations he has received himself in major award shows this year, will be starring in a military thriller titled “Eye in the Sky.” His co-stars include Helen Mirren.
Somali charged with double attempted murder placed under bill of indictment
A Somali man charged with the attempted murder of two Sudanese men was today placed under a bill of indictment after a criminal court ruled that there is enough prima facie evidence.
Kenya security law approved despite chaos in parliament
NAIROBI — Kenya’s parliament approved new anti-terrorism laws on Thursday after chaotic scenes in which opposition legislators, citing a threat to civil liberties and free speech, threw books at the Speaker, shouted, chanted and sprinkled water over his deputy.
America Racism: Obama Mistaken for waiter
President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama have revealed their experiences of racism in a wide-ranging interview with celebrity weekly People Magazine published Wednesday.
Garissa governor is out of touch, say MCAs
GARISSA MCAs have told Governor Nathif Jama to stop politicking and focus on serving residents.
Addressing the press outside the assembly, majority leader Ibrahim Abdi and Jarajilla MCA Mahat Osman hit back at recent criticism of a plan to impeach Jama.
Ten feared dead in Kwale clashes
Kwale, Kenya: At least 10 people were on Wednesday killed in tribal clashes between two pastoralist communities in Kinango, Kwale County, area residents said on Thursday.
Four killed after Maasai and Somalia herdsman clash at Kinango
MOMBASA (Xinhua) -- At least four people were killed and several others injured after two pastoralist communities fought over pasture in Kenya’s coastal region of Kinango, local official said on Thursday.
Somali police in preparation to mark 71st anniversary
Somali Police Force is in the last stages of preparations to mark the 71st anniversary of its formation.

The force is now busy practicing parade to mark the colorful ceremony set for Saturday 20th December.
Somali police band Hegan is also expected to entertain the guest with patriotic songs during the event.
MN: 4 Charged In $4 Million Gov’t Benefits Scam
A former daycare operator is in jail while police search for her husband as part of a multimillion-dollar fraud investigation.
Tiyeglow officials vow to avenge women's murders with the law
Residents of Somalia's Bakol region are shocked and saddened by the brutal murder of seven womenin Tiyeglow district last week, but local officials have warned citizens not to take the law into their own hands and perpetuate the cycle of violence and revenge.
Divided Kenyans disagree over strategy to end 'terror' attacks
NAIROBI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Islamist attacks, knee-jerk security responses, corrupt policing and racial profiling are dividing Kenyans increasingly along religious and ethnic lines, experts said.

 
Primary content on this page
Barkhad Abdi Of ‘Captain Phillips’ Fame Back On The Big Screen In 2015
19-12-2014

Somali charged with double attempted murder placed under bill of indictment
19-12-2014

Kenya security law approved despite chaos in parliament
19-12-2014

America Racism: Obama Mistaken for waiter
19-12-2014

Garissa governor is out of touch, say MCAs
19-12-2014

Ten feared dead in Kwale clashes
19-12-2014

Four killed after Maasai and Somalia herdsman clash at Kinango
19-12-2014

Somali police in preparation to mark 71st anniversary
19-12-2014

MN: 4 Charged In $4 Million Gov’t Benefits Scam
18-12-2014

Tiyeglow officials vow to avenge women's murders with the law
18-12-2014






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