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For Somali villagers, battling militants requires no mighty army, but sacrifice
Brandishing his AK-47, Mumin Elmi, a 65 years-old herder and his men are on a tough mission: expelling the feared Al Shabab fighters whom they blamed of robbery and cold-blood murders against their people from their villages, a goal which despite challenges showed early success.
Report suspicious activities, police chief tells Mandera
Mandera residents have been urged to be alert at all times and inform the police of suspicious activities to ensure security.
Kenya torches world’s biggest ivory bonfire to save elephants
Eleven giant pyres of tusks will be set on fire Saturday as Kenya torches its vast ivory stockpile in a grand gesture aimed at shocking the world into stopping the slaughter of elephants.
Financial squeeze calls for alternatives in Somalia war
African Union (AU) troops fighting in Somalia have not had their monthly pay for the last four months, a factor that threatens to lower their morale and resolve in finishing off Al-Shabaab, a militant group fighting the government there.
Hyenas attack hungry women as Somaliland's drought deepens - charity
Somaliland risks descending into famine amid a severe drought that has killed thousands of livestock, an international aid agency warned on Friday, adding there were reports of some women being set upon by hyenas after collapsing from hunger.
At least 30 injured in Somalia mosque collapse, some still trapped
At least 30 people have been injured during a Friday prayer when a mosque partly under construction collapsed in Hodan district on the outskirts of the capital Mogadishu.
Fired Muslim workers claim discrimination at plant in Owatonna
Nearly two dozen Muslim Somali-Americans are filing discrimination charges with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity against hardware maker AmesburyTruth and Doherty Staffing Solutions.
ISIL is competing with al-Shabaab for recruits in Somalia and appears to be gaining traction
The Islamic State may be gaining a foothold in East Africa. The militant group took responsibility for an IED attack on a convoy of African Union peacekeepers traveling outside of Somalia’s capital of Mogadishu on April 25.
Kenya Airways cancels some flights due to pilots' strike
Kenya Airways said some flights were cancelled on Thursday due to a walkout by some of its pilots, despite an agreement reached a day earlier to defer the strike until June.
Super Tuesday Returns: Trump Sweeps Five States; Clinton Wins Four
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Primary content on this page
For Somali villagers, battling militants requires no mighty army, but sacrifice
01-05-2016

Report suspicious activities, police chief tells Mandera
01-05-2016

Kenya torches world’s biggest ivory bonfire to save elephants
01-05-2016

Financial squeeze calls for alternatives in Somalia war
30-04-2016

Hyenas attack hungry women as Somaliland's drought deepens - charity
30-04-2016

At least 30 injured in Somalia mosque collapse, some still trapped
30-04-2016

Fired Muslim workers claim discrimination at plant in Owatonna
29-04-2016

ISIL is competing with al-Shabaab for recruits in Somalia and appears to be gaining traction
29-04-2016

Kenya Airways cancels some flights due to pilots' strike
29-04-2016

Super Tuesday Returns: Trump Sweeps Five States; Clinton Wins Four
28-04-2016

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