Is The US Going To War In Africa? Trump Reacts To Islamic Terror By Al Qaeda, Al-Shabab In Somalia
Al-Shabab , which has primarily operated in Somalia and Kenya, has unleashed a relentless assault on cities in those countries that U.S. drone attacks have failed to prevent, the Associated Press reported. Somalia was named in Trump's executive order on immigration that banned travel to the U.S. from seven Muslim-majority countries.
Why some Somali Americans are cheering for their home country's new president
It’s a party at this large banquet hall in Columbus, Ohio, with at least a thousand people packed in. Women wear dresses and headscarves in light blue and white, the colors of the Somali flag, and everyone is dancing to a hit song honoring Somalia’s new president, Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed.
Somali Court summons ICRC to answer Harassment case
Mogadishu’s Regional Court had summoned the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) to answer a case of Hareasmment and wrongful dismissal as well unreasonable and unduly insensitive manner of abusing its representative in Mogadishu.
Aid agencies appeal for UN action to avert famine in Somalia
Some 44 local and international aid agencies working in Somalia have appealed to UN to take urgent action to avert possible famine in the Horn of Africa nation where at least 6.2 million people face acute food shortage.
3 men charged with defiling woman in Mombasa, Kenya
Three men have been charged with defiling a 14-year-old dumb girl. Mohamed Mohamud, Hussein Sheikhe and Mohamed Ali are said to have lured the girl to the top floor of their apartment at night where they defiled her.