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Uganda arrests Somali Shabaab bombers
15-09-2014

Wanted terror suspect escapes police dragnet in Mombasa
15-09-2014

Uganda stepping up security at hotels, public places after foiling "terror plot" -police
15-09-2014

Devolution cash ignites Mandera clan clashes
14-09-2014

There’s no room for failure, Mr Kameru
14-09-2014

Somalia: Press Freedom Under Fire As Security Forces Increase Media Crackdown
14-09-2014

Wajir:Legislator threatens to sue over ban on IDs
13-09-2014

S.Africa :Foreigners in fear after looting of shops
13-09-2014

Costa Rican police detain undocumented Eritrean, Somali migrants
13-09-2014

Calgary Jihadi may not have been killed in Iraq
12-09-2014



 
Uganda arrests Somali Shabaab bombers
Ugandan police said Sunday that suspected Islamist Shabaab insurgents arrested in weekend raids had planned to carry out bomb attacks, as the U.S. embassy said the immediate threat had been “countered.”
Wanted terror suspect escapes police dragnet in Mombasa
A wanted terror suspect escaped a dawn raid by anti-terror police in Floringi village, near Bondeni, Mombasa on Sunday.
Uganda stepping up security at hotels, public places after foiling "terror plot" -police
Ugandan police said on Saturday that security was being stepped up at hotels and public places after authorities foiled a suspected "terror plot" in the centre of the capital Kampala.
Devolution cash ignites Mandera clan clashes
Several experts and community members interviewed by the Star concluded that the ongoing violence is about only two things: land and politics.
There’s no room for failure, Mr Kameru
KENYA:The new Director-General of the National Intelligence Service, Maj-Gen Philip Kameru, could not have picked a more interesting time to take over leadership of the intelligence community. Of all the matters in his in-tray, few are as urgent as the threat of terrorism and violent extremism.
Somalia: Press Freedom Under Fire As Security Forces Increase Media Crackdown
Mogadisho — Heavily armed Somalia National Intelligence and Security Agency (NISA) forces picked Mohamed Bashir Hashi, news editor of Shabelle Radio station, from his home, Saturday, in a sequences of media attacks in the weekend.
Wajir:Legislator threatens to sue over ban on IDs
AN MP in Wajir has issued a two-week ultimatum to a county commissioner to lift a ban on registration of persons in the county.
S.Africa :Foreigners in fear after looting of shops
Pretoria - Looting of shops owned by foreign nationals amid service delivery protests in Mamelodi East’s Phomolong settlement this week has sent ripples of fear among the shopkeepers, who have just recently returned to the area after being forced out a few months ago.
Costa Rican police detain undocumented Eritrean, Somali migrants
Costa Rican police continued rounding up undocumented migrants this week with the detention on Wednesday of four Eritreans and four Somalis who were traveling toward the Peñas Blancas border crossing with Nicaragua. The arrests, which included a Costa Rican man traveling with the group, occurred at a police checkpoint outside Abangares, in the northwestern province of Guanacaste.
Calgary Jihadi may not have been killed in Iraq
CALGARY -- A city man reportedly killed last month while taking part in the Iraq insurgency may still be alive, according to messages apparently posted by the man on social media.
Yemen and Somalia are examples of U.S. mission creep, not success
In his speech Wednesday night, President Obama laid out in somewhat unclear terms the planned U.S. campaign to combat the Islamic State, a murderous terrorist organization that has gained strength in the midst of political chaos in Iraq and Syria. U.S. action in Iraq will involve sustained targeted air strikes combined with ground offensives by the Iraqi army and Kurdish militias already fighting the Islamic State. In Syria, the challenge is thornier, with the United States leaning on a constellation of Sunni Arab allies to help reverse the Islamic State's gains.







Primary content on this page
Uganda arrests Somali Shabaab bombers
15-09-2014

Wanted terror suspect escapes police dragnet in Mombasa
15-09-2014

Uganda stepping up security at hotels, public places after foiling "terror plot" -police
15-09-2014

Devolution cash ignites Mandera clan clashes
14-09-2014

There’s no room for failure, Mr Kameru
14-09-2014

Somalia: Press Freedom Under Fire As Security Forces Increase Media Crackdown
14-09-2014

Wajir:Legislator threatens to sue over ban on IDs
13-09-2014

S.Africa :Foreigners in fear after looting of shops
13-09-2014

Costa Rican police detain undocumented Eritrean, Somali migrants
13-09-2014

Calgary Jihadi may not have been killed in Iraq
12-09-2014

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