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11 Administration Police Officers injured in Mandera
02-07-2015

MPs slam Bura Girls directive for Muslims
02-07-2015

Somalia marks 55th Independence Day
02-07-2015

New sports uniforms level the playing field for Muslim girls
01-07-2015

Norway House gives Minnesota's Norwegians a base of operations, and a modern link to the homeland
01-07-2015

UK government tries to move Libya rendition claims behind closed doors
01-07-2015

Sudan rescues 154 illegal immigrants from human-traffickers at Libyan border
30-06-2015

Facebook opens first Africa office
30-06-2015

Africa Energy Withdraws From Puntland, Somalia Blocks
30-06-2015

Eastleigh Residents take to the streets, Give Government One week Ultimatum
29-06-2015

11 Administration Police Officers injured in Mandera
Eleven Administration Police officers were on Wednesday injured, three of them seriously, after a vehicle they were travelling in lost control and rolled over in Rhamu, Mandera County.
MPs slam Bura Girls directive for Muslims
LEGISLATORS were yesterday outraged over reports that a secondary school principal suspended Muslim students for refusing to attend Mass.
Somalia marks 55th Independence Day
Somalis have marked 55 years of self-rule. This, while the East African nation is facing a great number of challenges including terrorism and a massive refugee crisis. As Abdulaziz Billow reports, Somali leaders are, however, optimistic that the country is on the right path to recovery.
New sports uniforms level the playing field for Muslim girls
Girls in stylish athletic wear walk the runway as the sounds of Taylor Swift and Katy Perry blare from speakers. The crowd claps and cheers as the young models strike poses with basketballs, lacrosse sticks and boxing gloves. Finally, the big reveal: the Lady Warriors community traveling basketball team takes the stage in their cardinal red uniforms.
Norway House gives Minnesota's Norwegians a base of operations, and a modern link to the homeland
At first glance, the gallery appears full of staid bunads, the traditional Norwegian costume that exudes all things lefse. But no, these are made with damask, gilt lace and hand-painted stenciling — more Versace than Velkommen.
UK government tries to move Libya rendition claims behind closed doors
Government lawyers have asked a high court judge to allow secret evidence to be presented behind closed doors in the case of five out of 12 people who allege they were kidnapped, tortured, subject to control orders or tricked into travelling to Libya where they were detained and mistreated.
Sudan rescues 154 illegal immigrants from human-traffickers at Libyan border
Sudanese authorities on Monday rescued 154 illegal immigrants, most of them foreigners, out of the hands of human-traffickers at the Sudanese-Libyan border.
Facebook opens first Africa office
Facebook announced Monday it had opened its first African office in Johannesburg as part of its efforts ''to help people and businesses connect'' on the continent.
Africa Energy Withdraws From Puntland, Somalia Blocks
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- Africa Energy Corp. (AFE) ("Africa Energy", previously Horn Petroleum Corp., or the "Company") reports that it has provided notice to the Puntland State of Somalia advising of its intention to withdraw from the January 2007 productions sharing agreements ("PSAs") in respect of the Nugaal Block and the Dharoor Block, each made among the Company, the Government of Puntland and Range Resources, effective immediately.
Eastleigh Residents take to the streets, Give Government One week Ultimatum
RESIDENTS of Eastleigh estate on Saturday protested against poor state of roads, sanitation and uncollected garbage.
AU: We won’t observe Burundi elections
The African Union (AU) Chairperson of the Commission of the African Union (AU), Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has said the Union will not observe Burundi's local and parliamentary elections on Monday.


 
Primary content on this page
11 Administration Police Officers injured in Mandera
02-07-2015

MPs slam Bura Girls directive for Muslims
02-07-2015

Somalia marks 55th Independence Day
02-07-2015

New sports uniforms level the playing field for Muslim girls
01-07-2015

Norway House gives Minnesota's Norwegians a base of operations, and a modern link to the homeland
01-07-2015

UK government tries to move Libya rendition claims behind closed doors
01-07-2015

Sudan rescues 154 illegal immigrants from human-traffickers at Libyan border
30-06-2015

Facebook opens first Africa office
30-06-2015

Africa Energy Withdraws From Puntland, Somalia Blocks
30-06-2015

Eastleigh Residents take to the streets, Give Government One week Ultimatum
29-06-2015



 
 
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