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Kenyan man pleads guilty in US to supporting terrorist groups
30-05-2015

Sepp Blatter Re-elected as FIFA President
30-05-2015

Canada to Strip Citizenship of Dual-National Terror Convicts
30-05-2015

Somalia May Pay 90% of Oil Revenue to Explorer Under Draft Deal
30-05-2015

Terrorism conviction upheld for ex-janitor at Minneapolis mosque
29-05-2015

Terrorism blow to Uhuru popularity
29-05-2015

Four terror case women denied bond
29-05-2015

95 schools closed in North Eastern because of terror
29-05-2015

FIFA Officials to Be Charged With Corruption Over Host Selections
28-05-2015

Somali filmmaker hopes 'Lobby' prompts dialogue
28-05-2015

Kenyan man pleads guilty in US to supporting terrorist groups
A Kenyan man pleaded guilty to supporting three different terrorist organizations Thursday, admitting to providing money and recruits in Syria and Somalia, the US Justice Department said.
Sepp Blatter Re-elected as FIFA President
Sepp Blatter was re-elected as FIFA’s president on Friday, emerging from a week of scandal and renewed public criticism with a fifth term as the head of soccer’s world governing body.
Canada to Strip Citizenship of Dual-National Terror Convicts
The Federal government says it now has the power to revoke the citizenship of some Canadians convicted of terrorism, treason or espionage.
Somalia May Pay 90% of Oil Revenue to Explorer Under Draft Deal
Soma Oil & Gas Holdings Ltd., chaired by former U.K. Conservative Party leader Michael Howard, has proposed a deal with the Somali government that may grant it as much as 90% of the country’s prospective oil revenue.
Terrorism conviction upheld for ex-janitor at Minneapolis mosque
The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has rejected the appeal of a former janitor at a Minneapolis mosque who was sentenced to 20 years in prison after his conviction in 2012 of aiding foreign terrorism by helping some young Twin Cities men fly to Somalia to fight for Al-Shabab.
Terrorism blow to Uhuru popularity
President Uhuru Kenyatta’s popularity has dropped from 67 per cent last December to 48 per cent last month, a new opinion poll has revealed.
Four terror case women denied bond
Four women accused of being Al-Shabaab members have been denied bond by a Mombasa court.

Ms Ummulkheir Sadri Abdalla, Ms Khadija Abubakar Abdulkadir, Ms Maryam Said Aboud and Ms Halima Adan Ali will remain in custody pending the hearing of their case, the court ruled yesterday.
The magistrate declined to release the accused on bond “at this stage” but said they can renew their application before the trial court.
95 schools closed in North Eastern because of terror
NINETY-FIVE schools have been closed in Northeastern because of terror attacks, Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi yesterday told the Senate.
FIFA Officials to Be Charged With Corruption Over Host Selections
Numerous top current and former FIFA officials are expected to be charged Wednesday on fraud and bribery related charges linked to the organization's oversight of the World Cup and other international soccer tournaments, U.S. law enforcement officials told NBC News.
Somali filmmaker hopes 'Lobby' prompts dialogue
Fathia Absie didn't wear a hijab when she first moved to Minnesota about five years ago. The decision to wear one was born out of necessity when she started losing hair from the stress of living in a new environment, she said.
Poorest nations, not just richest, must act to end extreme poverty: campaigners
The world's rich donor nations must increase their overseas aid budgets and reverse the trend of declining funding for the poorest countries in order to meet a global goal of ending poverty by 2030, an advocacy group said on Tuesday.

 
 
Primary content on this page
Kenyan man pleads guilty in US to supporting terrorist groups
30-05-2015

Sepp Blatter Re-elected as FIFA President
30-05-2015

Canada to Strip Citizenship of Dual-National Terror Convicts
30-05-2015

Somalia May Pay 90% of Oil Revenue to Explorer Under Draft Deal
30-05-2015

Terrorism conviction upheld for ex-janitor at Minneapolis mosque
29-05-2015

Terrorism blow to Uhuru popularity
29-05-2015

Four terror case women denied bond
29-05-2015

95 schools closed in North Eastern because of terror
29-05-2015

FIFA Officials to Be Charged With Corruption Over Host Selections
28-05-2015

Somali filmmaker hopes 'Lobby' prompts dialogue
28-05-2015

 
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