A Ugandan police officer has shot dead four people before killing himself, the latest incident involved in a security agent in the East African which is often criticized for failing to provide legal counsel for its soldiers returning from overseas missions.
After sending ship, Turkey to donate $1 million for Rohingya refugees
Turkey has pledged to add $1 million to efforts by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) to provide humanitarian aid for Rohingya and Bengalese refugees stranded at sea, Anadolu Agency has reported, citing presidency sources.
The only international observers during Ethiopiaís elections Sunday will be from the African Union, with opposition parties already feeling the AU observers are not demanding enough in their criticism of Ethiopia's election process, which is dominated by the ruling party.
Somalia's president has lashed out at the government of neighbouring Kenya - accusing it of a "heavy-handed" approach to regional security, and specifically criticizing Kenya's recent decision to clamp down on money transfer companies allegedly linked to the militant group, al-Shabab.
Former Prime Minister To Seattle Somalis: Come Home To Build Democracy
Thatís the message from Somaliaís former prime minister as he tours the U.S. to meet with Somali diaspora communities. There are about 100,000 Somalis in the U.S., most of them in Minnesota, Ohio and Seattle.
White widow commands 'army of 200 female jihadis to carry out suicide bomb attacks'
White widow Samantha Lewthwaite is reportedly commanding an army of up to 200 female jihadis committed to carrying out suicide attacks and trained to infiltrate governments, according to Somali's intelligence agencies.