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Is this the beginning of the end? African Union troops retreat in Somalia as al-Shabaab attack
05-07-2015

Garissa Governor appears before ethics team
05-07-2015

US Ambassador tells Kenya to free civil society
05-07-2015

Eden Prairie residents represent Somalia at Model UN Conference
04-07-2015

UN official lauds China's role in reconstruction of Somalia
04-07-2015

Parents and clerics rebel against law allowing teen sex
04-07-2015

Four Somalis charged in Nairobi court over 'al-Shabaab' links
03-07-2015

Minneapolis Somali Community Struggles with Islamic State Recruitment
03-07-2015

Somalia reached 'tipping point', can secure peace, U.N. official says
03-07-2015

Somalia insists legal case on the border dispute as Kenya seeks an out-of-court settlement
02-07-2015

Is this the beginning of the end? African Union troops retreat in Somalia as al-Shabaab attack
AFRICAN Union troops fighting Somalia’s Al-Shabaab insurgents have pulled back from several key towns following a series of attacks by the Al-Qaeda-affiliated fighters, local officials said Friday.
Garissa Governor appears before ethics team
Garissa Governor Nathif Jama on Friday presented himself to the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission following allegations of graft against him.
US Ambassador tells Kenya to free civil society
US Ambassador Robert Godec has warning against shrinking freedoms in the country.
Godec said the embassy has seen attempts to introduce legislation and bills potential to limiting media and civil societies freedoms, clawing back the democratic gains.
Eden Prairie residents represent Somalia at Model UN Conference
Eden Prairie resident Abdeljabar Sharif was recognized at the Intermediate District 287 Board meeting June 25 in Plymouth. At only 17, Sharif, a junior at West Education Center Academy under the WALT program, is already a world leader. Last month he represented Somalia at the International Model United Nations Conference in New York where, for the first time in 45 years, Somalia was represented.
UN official lauds China's role in reconstruction of Somalia
A senior United Nations (UN) humanitarian official on Thursday lauded China's increasing role in the reconstruction of Somalia.
Parents and clerics rebel against law allowing teen sex
Parents, education officials and religious leaders are up in arms against a Bill that seeks to give children as young as 10 access to information on sexual matters.
Four Somalis charged in Nairobi court over 'al-Shabaab' links
Four young Somalis arrested in Nairobi’s Eastliegh residential estate were charged in a Kenyan court Thursday with organised criminal activities and linking to 'al-Shabaab'.
Minneapolis Somali Community Struggles with Islamic State Recruitment
Just last week, a North Carolina man was arrested for allegedly providing material support to the Islamic State group and planning violent attacks in the United States. Two other men were arrested in New York and New Jersey recently, charged with the same crimes, including attempts to detonate an explosive in the New York metro area. At least one of them hoped to travel abroad to join the terrorist organization, according to the charges. These sorts of arrests are a new reality in the United States, with more than 180 Americans attempting to or successfully traveling to Syria.
Somalia reached 'tipping point', can secure peace, U.N. official says
Somalia has made "remarkable" progress in the last two years and has reached a "tipping point" where it can secure peace, the chief United Nations official in Somalia said on Thursday.
Somalia insists legal case on the border dispute as Kenya seeks an out-of-court settlement
Two days after Kenya’s foreign minister said that Somalia had agreed to pursue arbitration outside the United Nation’s highest court to end the long-running border dispute linked to lucrative oil and gas reserves in the Indian Ocean, Somalia insists on legal case to resolve the matter.
Important sectors of Kenyan economy record positive growth
NAIROBI -- Kenya’s economic growth increased to 4.9 per cent in the first quarter 2015 compared to 4.7 per cent during the same period in 2014, the statistics bureau has said.

 
 
Primary content on this page
Is this the beginning of the end? African Union troops retreat in Somalia as al-Shabaab attack
05-07-2015

Garissa Governor appears before ethics team
05-07-2015

US Ambassador tells Kenya to free civil society
05-07-2015

Eden Prairie residents represent Somalia at Model UN Conference
04-07-2015

UN official lauds China's role in reconstruction of Somalia
04-07-2015

Parents and clerics rebel against law allowing teen sex
04-07-2015

Four Somalis charged in Nairobi court over 'al-Shabaab' links
03-07-2015

Minneapolis Somali Community Struggles with Islamic State Recruitment
03-07-2015

Somalia reached 'tipping point', can secure peace, U.N. official says
03-07-2015

Somalia insists legal case on the border dispute as Kenya seeks an out-of-court settlement
02-07-2015

 
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