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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

President Obama Kicks Off 'Personal' Trip to Kenya
President Obama kicked off his historic and “personal” trip to Kenya as he made his first public event of his four-day visit to Africa, a continent he said was "on the move."
Somali legislator killed in drive-by shooting in Mogadishu
A Somali lawmaker was shot dead in a drive-by shooting in the Somali capital Saturday, the latest in series of infrequent attacks targeting the country’s legislative body members, officials said.
Turkish Scholar Fatwa Urges Killing ISIL
A popular Turkish televangelist has issued a controversial fatwa in which he urged people to kill militants belonging to the so-called Islamic State (ISIL), describing them as "the dogs of hell."
Kenya beefs up security along Somali border ahead of Obama visit
Kenyan authorities confirmed Friday security along its porous border with Somalia has been enhanced ahead of the visit by U.S President Barack Obama to the East African nation.
As health needs rise in Somalia, funding hits new low: UN
levels in seven years, according to the United Nations World Health Organization (WHO).
“We cannot afford to let the country slide back into a humanitarian crisis,” WHO Representative for Somalia Dr. Ghulam Popal said.
Businesses called to actively support conflict prevention in East Africa
IGAD’s Conflict Early Warning and Response Mechanism (CEWARN) and the Global Peace Foundation (GPF) in collaboration with the Government of Zanzibar, the East African Community (EAC) and Common Market for Easter and Southern Africa (COMESA) convened a business leaders roundtable on “Addressing the nexus between Business and Peace,” on 22 July 2015 in Zanzibar. The seminar formed part of the agenda of the GPF’s Annual Global Leadership Conference 2015 with the theme ‘Promoting Peace security and Sustainable Development in East Africa: A Call for Moral and Innovative Leadership.’
At least 10 feared dead after migrant boat sinks off Libyan coast
At least 10 migrants who were seeking to reach Europe are feared dead after their inflatable dinghy capsized off the coast of Libya, a local prosecutor on the Italian island of Sicily said Thursday.
Allied forces approach Dinsor, rebels withdraw
Allied forces from the African Union and Somali government have drawn near the southwestern Somali town of Dinsor, sending rebel fighters withdrawing after clashes on the outskirts that have seen troops nearly take the crucial town in Bay region, officials said Thursday.
Kenyans receive 3,700 new Somalia refugees over two weeks
The UN refugee agency said it has registered 3,719 new Somali refugees and asylum seekers in two weeks at the Dadaab refugee camp in northeastern Kenya.
Suffocating security ahead of Obama's Kenya visit
Presidential tours are always expensive, but especially so when the country being visited is, like Kenya, the scene of regular terrorist attacks.
Djibouti’s US ambassador dies aged 71
Djibouti government’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations and Ambassador of Djibouti to the United States Roble Olhaye has died in the United States on Wednesday.


 
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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