Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Somalia: Did the U.S. Cover Up a Civilian Massacre Before Black Hawk Down?

U.S. forces hit a peace summit in Somalia, then lied about it. Some say the deadly operation violated the laws of war, but more...

Guns Used In DusitD2 Attack Traced To Somalia

Violet Kemunto a.k.a. Khadija on most wanted terrorist list Police on Sunday released photos of nine people wanted over last week’s terror attack on Nairobi's...

South Sudanese Politicians’ Homes Get Renovated On Peace Deal Funds

Guardian investigation reveals government allocated money for home improvements while appealing for support from international community South Sudan’s cash-strapped government is spending almost half of...

At Least 160 Killed in Sri Lanka, 8th Blast Confirmed

A new blast hit the Sri Lanka capital of Colombo on Sunday, police said, the eighth explosion in the country in a single day. Police...

Ethiopia Loses A Regional State President and Army Chief

Ethiopian army chief killed by bodyguard and regional leader dead in coup attempt. General reported as being behind armed attempt to seize power in Amhara...

Somaliland: 5 Die in the Hands of a Clan Raiding Party

Five died and another five were injured in one of the most serious incidents happening in El Afwein town proper, Sanaag region, Monday morning,...

The West’s fascination with Turkey’s enemies

Regardless of the West's attempt to hamper its success, Turkey is determined to clear the region of PKK-linked terrorists The global order established after World...

Olympics History Rewritten: New Doping Tests Topple the Podium

After disclosures of an extensive, state-run doping program in Russia, sports officials have been retesting urine samples from the 2008 and 2012 Summer Olympics,...

DRUGS IN WAR: WHAT IS CAPTAGON, THE ‘JIHAD PILL’ USED BY ISLAMIC STATE MILITANTS?

In the past three months investigators across Europe have intercepted thousands of pills of the Islamic State militant group’s (ISIS) favorite drug, Captagon. Nicknamed...

Al Shabaab bomb kills 12 in Somalia’s Puntland

An al Shabaab bomb attack killed 12 people, including five soldiers, in Somalia’s Puntland region on Friday, the Puntland military said. The explosions hit Af-Urur,...

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‘I became a whistleblower and lost my job’: the remarkable story of WorldRemit founder...

Poor experiences in sending money abroad inspired Ismail Ahmed to build WorldRemit – now it's on the verge of becoming a unicorn A refugee from...

Somaliland Success Exposes Limitation of Western Political Thinking

The success of the breakaway Republic of Somaliland and other examples show the limits of Western political thinking on Africa, writes Sherin Helal While Somalia...

Egyptian Parliament’s Ad hoc Committee on Ethiopia’s GERD Dam Begins Meetings Sunday

The committee is expected to give President El-Sisi a "mandate" to take the measures necessary to tackle the negative impact of the GERD on...