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‘If you don’t have asylum then your life here is zero’
26-05-2015

Mugabe family didn’t use state funds to buy a $7.6 million Hong Kong villa — it was just ‘borrowing it’
26-05-2015

200 Somali Police Officers Complete Training in Djibouti
26-05-2015

The surgeons of Mogadishu
25-05-2015

War against al-Shabaab falters over money deals
25-05-2015

Somali govt completes probe into MP's murder
25-05-2015

Ethiopia denies troops invaded Kenya
24-05-2015

Kenya: We Don’t Owe You Any Al Shabaab List, Duale to Nkaissery
24-05-2015

Dozens killed in al Shabaab fighting in Somalia, attacks in capital
24-05-2015

Icy fingers of terror touch the heart of Kenya's 'paradise'
24-05-2015

‘If you don’t have asylum then your life here is zero’
The life of migrants in Malta who are not granted asylum is “zero” and they have to put their dreams on hold, according to a Somali woman who fled forced marriage and war.
Mugabe family didn’t use state funds to buy a $7.6 million Hong Kong villa — it was just ‘borrowing it’
The cash-strapped Zimbabwean government is to fight a potentially embarrassing legal case in Hong Kong over a $7.6 million luxury villa said to be one of the favourite properties of the first lady, Grace Mugabe.
200 Somali Police Officers Complete Training in Djibouti
Two hundred Somali police officers completed their three-month training in Djibouti led by Italian carabinieri, local media reported on Sunday.
The surgeons of Mogadishu
Half way down the dimly lit main hallway of Mogadishu's Banadir Hospital, a sign indicates the entrance to the delivery ward. It reads: "Women are not dying of diseases we can't treat. They are dying because societies have yet to make the decision that their lives are worth saving."
War against al-Shabaab falters over money deals
Commercialisation of the conflict has stalled progress in the ongoing military offensive against the al-Shabaab in Somalia, a Washington DC-based security expert has said.
Somali govt completes probe into MP's murder
Somalia's security agencies have completed their murder investigations into the killing of a Somali MP in a drive-by shooting in Mogadishu on Saturday, officials told Sunday.
Ethiopia denies troops invaded Kenya
Ethiopia has denied claims that 50 of its troops had invaded and taken over a police station in North Horr, Marsabit County.
Kenya: We Don’t Owe You Any Al Shabaab List, Duale to Nkaissery
A section of political leaders from North Eastern Kenya have told off Interior Cabinet Secretary Joseph Nkaissery who two days ago accused them of not naming the Al Shabaab militias as they had promised saying that they owe nobody any form of a list.
Dozens killed in al Shabaab fighting in Somalia, attacks in capital
Fighting in south Somalia between al Shabaab militants and government forces killed at least 24 people, while a rebel attack in the capital killed three Transport Ministry workers and a lawmaker, officials and the group said on Saturday.
Icy fingers of terror touch the heart of Kenya's 'paradise'
The fear of another deadly terror attack has penetrated itself into all corners of the Kenyan community and beyond. Mombasa Airport lies empty as the plane touches down on the runway. A few passengers gather their belongings to disembark, but the majority remain on the plane to travel onwards to Kilimanjaro. Hotels are empty, security guards stand at every gate into every shopping mall, supermarket and guest house, cars and bags are regularly checked and the once popular urban centre of Mombasa is void of happy snappers.
What it’s like to be a Somali refugee in Kenya
Mohamed Haji Hasan fled his home in Mogadishu four years ago, after the Islamist group Al-Shabab came to the office of the television station where he worked. They confiscated equipment and gave staff a stark choice: join us, or die. For a while he stayed on, lying low, but the text message threats became more frequent; the news of colleagues being shot dead too hard to ignore. He fled to Kenya, the neighbouring country, and sought asylum.

 
 
Primary content on this page
‘If you don’t have asylum then your life here is zero’
26-05-2015

Mugabe family didn’t use state funds to buy a $7.6 million Hong Kong villa — it was just ‘borrowing it’
26-05-2015

200 Somali Police Officers Complete Training in Djibouti
26-05-2015

The surgeons of Mogadishu
25-05-2015

War against al-Shabaab falters over money deals
25-05-2015

Somali govt completes probe into MP's murder
25-05-2015

Ethiopia denies troops invaded Kenya
24-05-2015

Kenya: We Don’t Owe You Any Al Shabaab List, Duale to Nkaissery
24-05-2015

Dozens killed in al Shabaab fighting in Somalia, attacks in capital
24-05-2015

Icy fingers of terror touch the heart of Kenya's 'paradise'
24-05-2015

 
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