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FBI 'Set Up' Our Sons Somali-American Defendants' Mothers Say
25-05-2016

Somalia reaches out to Somaliland to rejoin the union
25-05-2016

Closing Dadaab will dishonour 2013 deal on refugees, Kenya told
25-05-2016

Documents: Somali citizen tried to run over border agents in southern Arizona
24-05-2016

Decision to close Dadaab Refugee Camp final – Ruto to UN
24-05-2016

Somali informant says FBI paid him $100K
24-05-2016

Refugee crisis: It's about the money and the global politics
23-05-2016

Operation Linda Boni a success, says Lamu administrator
23-05-2016

Int’l community lauds Somali president on election ruling
23-05-2016

AMISOM meets humanitarian players to map out improved aid delivery
22-05-2016

Reformed Al Shabaab militant is shot dead
An Islamist militant who surrendered to government authorities in Kwale following an amnesty in February this year, has been shot dead.
Somalia Says Closing Kenya Refugee Camps Would Increase Al-Shabab Threat
Kenya will be guilty of a “legal and moral failing” and will increase the threat of terrorism if it goes ahead with plans to close huge refugee camps, the Somalian government has said.
Miners to Launch South Africa's Largest-Ever Class Action Suit
South Africa’s High Court gave the go-ahead Friday for as many as half a million miners and ex-miners to file a class action suit against 32 gold mining companies. The miners say they contracted the lung diseases silicosis and tuberculosis working in the mines.
(POLITICAL SATIRE): UAE issues travel ban on PM Modi after Kerala-Somalia comparison, demands apology
Taking strong offence to PM Modi’s remark that the infant mortality rate among Scheduled Tribes in Kerala is even worse than Somalia, the United Arab Emirates has issued a travel ban on him and has suspended talks with India, until he apologizes.
U.S. Special Forces order airstrike on Somali militants
U.S. Special Operations called in an airstrike on Al-Shabaab militants in Somalia Thursday when a mission to help Ugandan forces the American troops were accompanying turned into an unexpected battle.
Iran 'will not send pilgrims to Saudi Arabia' for Hajj
Iranians will not make the Hajj pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia this year after talks failed to break an impasse, an Iranian minister has said.
US diplomats walk out of Uganda president’s inauguration
The U.S. delegation to Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni’s inauguration walked out of Thursday’s ceremony in protest against his disparaging comments about an international war crimes tribunal and the presence of Sudan’s leader, whom the court has indicted, the State Department said.
Dispatches: Scapegoating Refugees in Kenya
Now Kenya, home to almost 600,000 refugees – two thirds from Somalia – seems ready to join the bandwagon of European states failing to uphold their obligations to refugees and asylum seekers. On May 6, Kenyan officials stated – not for the first time – that Kenya would stop hosting refugees and close refugee camps due to environmental, economic, and security concerns.
Graphic videos, luring tweets — terrorism trial zeros in on Islamic State recruiting
Titles of Islamic State propaganda videos flashed across the screens positioned in front of the 16 jurors -- “Flames of War,” “Upon the Prophetic Methodology,” “Changing of the Swords 4.”
Somalia hands over weapons stolen by Al Shabaab to Kenya
The Somali National Army (SNA) on Wednesday held a security meeting with the Kenyan security team and handed over weapons that were discovered Tuesday in Bulla Hawa, Somalia, after intelligence reports.
Is Politics Why Kenya Wants to Close Refugee Camps?
Nairobi-The Kenyan government has announced it will close its refugee camps in Dadaab and Kakuma, which collectively house more than half a million refugees.


OUR LATEST PRODUCTION.
 
Primary content on this page
FBI 'Set Up' Our Sons Somali-American Defendants' Mothers Say
25-05-2016

Somalia reaches out to Somaliland to rejoin the union
25-05-2016

Closing Dadaab will dishonour 2013 deal on refugees, Kenya told
25-05-2016

Documents: Somali citizen tried to run over border agents in southern Arizona
24-05-2016

Decision to close Dadaab Refugee Camp final – Ruto to UN
24-05-2016

Somali informant says FBI paid him $100K
24-05-2016

Refugee crisis: It's about the money and the global politics
23-05-2016

Operation Linda Boni a success, says Lamu administrator
23-05-2016

Int’l community lauds Somali president on election ruling
23-05-2016

AMISOM meets humanitarian players to map out improved aid delivery
22-05-2016


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