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Somalia: Press Freedom Under Fire As Security Forces Increase Media Crackdown
14-09-2014

There’s no room for failure, Mr Kameru
14-09-2014

Devolution cash ignites Mandera clan clashes
14-09-2014

Uganda carrying out anti-terrorism operation
14-09-2014

Somali Islamists kill national security officer; Al Shabaab claim responsibility
14-09-2014

Ellison tells White House to work with local communities to curb radicalization
14-09-2014

An Incredible New HBO Documentary Shows What It's Really Like Inside A Terror Attack
14-09-2014

France aided Somalia Shebab leader assassination
14-09-2014

Costa Rican police detain undocumented Eritrean, Somali migrants
13-09-2014

S.Africa :Foreigners in fear after looting of shops
13-09-2014

Kenya's Foreign ministry has snubbed me, India envoy says
Nairobi, Kenya: Kenya and India are reportedly locked in a diplomatic row over issues which the Indian High Commissioner to Kenya, Yogeshwar Varma, is yet to be formally informed about.
Costa Rican police detain undocumented Eritrean, Somali migrants
Costa Rican police continued rounding up undocumented migrants this week with the detention on Wednesday of four Eritreans and four Somalis who were traveling toward the Peñas Blancas border crossing with Nicaragua. The arrests, which included a Costa Rican man traveling with the group, occurred at a police checkpoint outside Abangares, in the northwestern province of Guanacaste.
Foreigners in fear after looting of shops
Pretoria - Looting of shops owned by foreign nationals amid service delivery protests in Mamelodi East’s Phomolong settlement this week has sent ripples of fear among the shopkeepers, who have just recently returned to the area after being forced out a few months ago.
Calgary Jihadi may not have been killed in Iraq
CALGARY -- A city man reportedly killed last month while taking part in the Iraq insurgency may still be alive, according to messages apparently posted by the man on social media.
Uganda: Security in Kenya and Uganda Tightened Amid Fears From Alshabaab
The commander of UPDF, General Katuma Wamala warned that the new Alshabaab leader is planning to attack Uganda, American interests and the other troop contributing countries to AMISOM.
Somalia: Abdullahi Sheikh Hassan - the Government Is Our Government
The chairman of Peace and Democratic Party Hon. Abdullahi Sheikh Hassan Ali who is a veteran opposition commented on the performance of the government of President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud which has been in place for more than 2 years now.
Australian to provide a further $5 million in humanitarian assistance to Somalia
The Australian Government will provide a further $5 million in humanitarian assistance to Somalia. The funding will be delivered through the United Nation's Somalia Common Humanitarian Fund to provide Somalis in need with emergency food, water, sanitation, shelter and medical assistance.
Security Intensified Over Fears of Retaliatory Attacks
SECURITY has been beefed across the country following fears of possible retaliatory attacks by the al-Shabab, an intelligence source has said.
Kenya: Wajir lawmakers issue ultimatum over IDs ban
NAIROBI, Kenya – Wajir North Member of Parliament, Ibrahim Saley has given the Wajir County Commissioner a two-week ultimatum to overturn a decree stopping the issuance of identity cards to Wajir residents most of whom are Kenyans of Somali origin.
Kenya’s Timamy cleared after killings
Mombasa - A Kenyan governor was cleared on Wednesday of involvement in attacks that killed 65 people in his area, part of a surge of violence along the coast this summer.
Govt to target terrorism financiers
TERRORIST group supporters are using legitimate businesses or charities to disguise funds being channelled to extremists in Iraq and Syria.

 
Primary content on this page
Somalia: Press Freedom Under Fire As Security Forces Increase Media Crackdown
14-09-2014

There’s no room for failure, Mr Kameru
14-09-2014

Devolution cash ignites Mandera clan clashes
14-09-2014

Uganda carrying out anti-terrorism operation
14-09-2014

Somali Islamists kill national security officer; Al Shabaab claim responsibility
14-09-2014

Ellison tells White House to work with local communities to curb radicalization
14-09-2014

An Incredible New HBO Documentary Shows What It's Really Like Inside A Terror Attack
14-09-2014

France aided Somalia Shebab leader assassination
14-09-2014

Costa Rican police detain undocumented Eritrean, Somali migrants
13-09-2014

S.Africa :Foreigners in fear after looting of shops
13-09-2014






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