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Refugees in Kenya Vie to Compete in Rio Olympics
13-02-2016

Somalia in new drive to remove English adverts in capital
13-02-2016

Despite cup exit, Somalia’s U-11 national team delivers impressive performance
13-02-2016

Mogadishu orders removal of English-language signboards
12-02-2016

Puntland rejects international pressure over Somali election model
12-02-2016

Al-Shabaab preys on poor youth with promises of cars and wives
11-02-2016

Ethiopia threatens Kenya's investment appeal - analyst
11-02-2016

Suspected Suicide Bomber Traded Seats Before Somali Plane Blast, Airline CEO Says
11-02-2016

US Military Seeks to Prepare Africa for Shifting Terror Threat
10-02-2016

Ugandan opposition general to miss polls in jail
10-02-2016

Soldier killed in Somalia attack buried
A Kenya Defence Forces soldier killed in El Adde, Somalia, was buried in Mumias East Monday.

Speaking during the burial ceremony in Makunga, Saidi Olacho said his son Omar Olacho's desire to protect Kenyans saw him quit his studies at Kenya Medical Training College to join the military in 2012.
New campaign takes aim at inequality in Somalia
In Somalia, political marginalization and failure to achieve a greater level of equality has been a major problem for decades, a conundrum that analysts say despite sharing the same culture and one religion makes many to question the existence a common Somali identity.
US Announces $97 Million for Ethiopia Drought, Famine Relief
The United States aid agency has announced $97 million in emergency assistance for Ethiopia to help address the "ongoing humanitarian crisis resulting from the impacts of the El Niño phenomenon."
‘It takes everything’: Veteran went ‘off the grid’ after torturing teen in Somalia left him with PTSD
In late 1998, former soldier Kyle Brown suddenly left his oilpatch job, walked out of his apartment, dumped his ID and disappeared “off the grid.”
IGAD urges Somali govt to complete Hiiraan, Middle Shabelle state formation
Foreign ministers of the East African bloc IGAD have called for the Somali government to rapidly conclude the remaining Hiraan and Middle Shabelle state formation process despite boycott by Hiiiraan elders.
Minnesota Groups seek money to keep youths from Extremism
A community advocate who spends his days helping Somali families and a youth soccer coach who works to keep kids off the street are among the people lining up for a crack at federal and private funds aimed at stopping terror recruiting.
Iman gets 50% of David Bowie’s fortune; Nanny, personal assistant receive $3 million
Somali supermodel Iman Mohamed Abdulmajid, who is professionally known as Iman, will receive almost half of her late husband David Bowie's fortune. The late rock musician's will was filed in Manhattan court on Jan. 29, Friday.
St. Cloud comes to grips with clashes between immigrants, longtime locals
ST. CLOUD – Haji Yusuf was shopping at a grocery store here when he saw a white woman accuse the East African immigrants in the checkout lane of belonging to an Islamic terrorist group.
Despite abuses, Saudi Arabia aims to recruit 15000 Somali maids
In Saudi Arabia, employers have a history of abusing foreign domestic workers lured by the promise of well-paid jobs in what former workers described as an exploitation of desperate Africans facing grim choices.
Djibouti launches solar energy project to boost power
Djibouti’s government has launched a solar power plant this week, in an attempt to reduce the skyrocketing electricity costs largely generated from imported diesel fuel, which is subject to price fluctuations in the global market.
Program encourages Somali-American women to get fit
Almost everyone has obstacles to overcome when trying to get fit, from time constraints to physical limitations.


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Refugees in Kenya Vie to Compete in Rio Olympics
13-02-2016

Somalia in new drive to remove English adverts in capital
13-02-2016

Despite cup exit, Somalia’s U-11 national team delivers impressive performance
13-02-2016

Mogadishu orders removal of English-language signboards
12-02-2016

Puntland rejects international pressure over Somali election model
12-02-2016

Al-Shabaab preys on poor youth with promises of cars and wives
11-02-2016

Ethiopia threatens Kenya's investment appeal - analyst
11-02-2016

Suspected Suicide Bomber Traded Seats Before Somali Plane Blast, Airline CEO Says
11-02-2016

US Military Seeks to Prepare Africa for Shifting Terror Threat
10-02-2016

Ugandan opposition general to miss polls in jail
10-02-2016


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