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Somalia president accused of trading troops for UAE funding amid al Shabaab crisis
01-09-2015

Muslims Buying Up Christian Churches Across U.S.
01-09-2015

BLOOD RANSOM: Stories from the Front Line in the War Against Somali Piracy by John Boyle
01-09-2015

Seal loopholes used by Al Shabaab to raise funds, former Somalia PM urges
31-08-2015

Defeat Al-Shabab With Correct Interpretation of Islam
31-08-2015

Dutch plan tougher asylum policy as migrants flock to Europe
31-08-2015

ACOTA Force HQ course prepares personnel for AMISOM operations
30-08-2015

U.N.chief demands action following migrant tragedies on land and at sea
30-08-2015

Kenya has no rule to kill terror suspects – police
30-08-2015

Face to face with Somalia's Warriors from the North
29-08-2015

Somalia president accused of trading troops for UAE funding amid al Shabaab crisis
A Somalia diplomat has accused President Hassan Mahamoud of allowing the UAE to train the country's soldiers to go to war in Yemen, instead of fighting al Shabaab.
Muslims Buying Up Christian Churches Across U.S.
The former Catholic Church of St. John in St. Paul, Minn., which operated from 1886 to 2013, is now known as the Darul-Uloom Islamic Center and experiences heavy attendance every week.
BLOOD RANSOM: Stories from the Front Line in the War Against Somali Piracy by John Boyle
‘These are nothing like the swashbucklers from Pirates of the Caribbean.’ That’s what people used to say about Somali pirates. We were to understand that piracy had slowly built up an undeserved romantic reputation. Somalia’s pirates returned us to the terrible, long-forgotten reality.
Seal loopholes used by Al Shabaab to raise funds, former Somalia PM urges
Nairobi, Kenya: A former Somalia Prime Minister wants authorities to seal loopholes through which Al Shabaab raises funds to support its terror activities
Defeat Al-Shabab With Correct Interpretation of Islam
The dissemination of the correct interpretation of Islam is one way Islamic scholars could help defeat al-Shabab, according to a VOA panel discussion held Saturday in Nairobi.
Dutch plan tougher asylum policy as migrants flock to Europe
As Europe grapples with its biggest wave of migration since World War Two, the Netherlands is about to toughen its asylum policy by cutting off food and shelter for people who fail to qualify as refugees.
ACOTA Force HQ course prepares personnel for AMISOM operations
More than 22,000 military and law enforcement personnel from across East Africa are participating in the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM). These men and women are tasked with assisting the Somali Federal Government in their effort to stabilize the country and foster political dialogue and reconciliation.
U.N.chief demands action following migrant tragedies on land and at sea
Pressure to change Europe's dysfunctional asylum system grew on Saturday as the continent awoke to an impassioned call from the United Nations Secretary General for governments to do more to address a never-before-seen influx of men, women and children that shows no sign of abating despite the rising risks.
Kenya has no rule to kill terror suspects – police
The National Police Service has strongly dismissed claims that police were behind forceful disappearance of terror suspects.
Face to face with Somalia's Warriors from the North
I was a lonely boy in school and at work as well. So I decided to come here to Somalia. I don't know … That's just what I did. I wanted to kill as many people as possible.”
Hamilton Somali community shows up to support Anisa Ibrahim
It was a quick, routine court appearance, but the Anisa Ibrahim case drew a supportive crowd from some of Hamilton's Somali community on Friday.
 
 
Primary content on this page
Somalia president accused of trading troops for UAE funding amid al Shabaab crisis
01-09-2015

Muslims Buying Up Christian Churches Across U.S.
01-09-2015

BLOOD RANSOM: Stories from the Front Line in the War Against Somali Piracy by John Boyle
01-09-2015

Seal loopholes used by Al Shabaab to raise funds, former Somalia PM urges
31-08-2015

Defeat Al-Shabab With Correct Interpretation of Islam
31-08-2015

Dutch plan tougher asylum policy as migrants flock to Europe
31-08-2015

ACOTA Force HQ course prepares personnel for AMISOM operations
30-08-2015

U.N.chief demands action following migrant tragedies on land and at sea
30-08-2015

Kenya has no rule to kill terror suspects – police
30-08-2015

Face to face with Somalia's Warriors from the North
29-08-2015

 
 
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