The Kenya Defence Committee of Parliament concludes two-day visit to Somalia
Members of the Kenya Defence Committee of Parliament have concluded a two day visit to Somalia where they held meetings with Somali parliamentarians, senior government officials as well as officials from the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM).
Al-Shabab mocks Somali govt over civilian killings by AU soldiers
The Al-Qaeda linked militant group in Somalia has scoffed at the Somali government for its silence towards civilians’ ‘massacre’ by Ethiopian-AU soldiers who killed civilians in Hiran region last week, calling it a ‘toothless pawn’.
Even war won't stop us: Determined Ethiopians, Somalis brave death and head to Yemen..then finally Saudi Arabia
ETHIOPIA’S recent story has been one of robust economic growth, but for some of its citizens, the hoped-for benefits are taking too long to trickle down, so they are heading out for where they feel they can make a more immediate impact on their circumstances and those of their families.
Police: Vandalism probe lacks evidence of race motive
Vandalism to several vehicles over the weekend has left some St. Cloud residents feeling unsafe and wondering whether they are being targeted for their ethnicity. But St. Cloud police say they have not found any evidence that the crimes were racially motivated.
Somali youth group, wilderness program partner to give Twin Cities girls a special trip to Yellowstone
A dozen high school girls from a Somali youth program will get a special chance to explore some of the most iconic U.S. sights at Yellowstone National Park next week as part of a growing partnership with a wilderness group.
Despite domestic opposition, int’l community hails Jubbaland president’s re-election
In spite of significant domestic opposition, the international community has hailed the re-election of Ahmed Madobe as the president of Jubbaland administration and congratulated the region for the recent election.
Afghan and Somali women in Britain have FOUR times as many kids as UK born mums
The UK is now home to more families containing four or more children than at any time since the early 1970s.
The average Afghan-born woman living in the UK has 4.25 children and the average Somali-born woman has 4.19 children.