Friday, February 23, 2018

Should We Treat Domestic Terrorists the Way We Treat ISIS?

What Works—and What Doesn't The mass shooting in Las Vegas on Sunday night has again raised fears about terrorism. There’s much we don’t yet know....

Rakhine State: Burma’s Military “Massacred Villagers”: Human Rights Watch Brief

The Burmese military summarily executed several dozen Rohingya Muslims in Maung Nu village in Burma’s Rakhine State on August 27, 2017, Human Rights Watch...

Myanmar beauty queen dethroned ‘after posting Rohingya video’

A Myanmar beauty queen says she was stripped of her pageant title after posting a graphic video accusing Muslim Rohingya militants of driving communal...

Canada defends refugee system as Somali immigrant charged in attack

Canada defended its immigration and refugee vetting system on Monday after a Somali immigrant, who had drawn scrutiny for his alleged extremist views, was...

MUSLIM BAN REVISION RISKS MORE SUFFERING

Following a revision of President Trump’s travel ban to now include restrictions on travelers from Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Venezuela and...

‘DEAD OR ALIVE’: President Trump appears on Al-Qaeda wanted notice

Al-Qaeda has had a resurgence online in recent months, using the heir of the group's late leader Osama bin Laden—his son Hamza—as a propaganda...

Mandera bus attack film ‘Watu Wote’ wins Student Oscar

The 2015 Mandera bus attack that was immortalized in a film Watu Wote: All of us has won an Oscar. The short film that was...

Maya Jama: What made my dad a ‘bad’ man?

In Maya Jama’s earliest memory, the police are knocking on the door, and then they are asking her: “Where’s your dad?” Maya knew exactly...

President Farmajo Calls Dahabshiil-Sponsored MogBF a Step Forward

Somalia's President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed has praised the recent book fair as an initiative that portends a bright future for the nation. President Mohamed said...

Myanmar: Who are the Rohingya Muslims?

Why are the more than one million Rohingya in Myanmar considered the 'world's most persecuted minority'? Who are the Rohingya? The Rohingya are often described as "the...

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Ethiopian Prime minister’s resignation part of EPRDF’s ongoing reform to address legitimate public demands...

The Consular-General of the Ethiopian Government to Somaliland, General Berhe Tesfaye released the below-copied statement to the local press Wednesday. It reads: Hargeisa: In the last...

‘Somalia’ Highest Ninth In World Corruption Index 2017 of Transparency International

Somalia ranks highest in the Transparency Corruption Perception Index of 2017 by scoring 9th (#180) - the lowest in the table for the 11th...

University of Hargeisa Goes DotSo of the Somalia Federal Government!

The Republic of Somaliland's state-owned, state-run University of Hargeisa (UOH) goes under the official Somalia Federal Government domain DotSo (.so). Permission for use of FGS...