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KENYA: Militant groups lure youth into terrorism, sex slavery

Muslim scholars hold a forum on counter-radicalisation on October 10, 2015 in Mombasa. University students are being recruited into terrorist groups. PHOTO | KEVIN ODIT

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Garissa police boss Aron Moriasi addresses the press in his offi ce yesterday /STEPHEN ASTARIKO Several people sustained minor injuries after supporters of the main

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Trump’s offensive to ‘wipe out’ al-Shabaab threatens more pain for Somalis
- Apr 23, 2017
A malnourished Somali child from a refugee camp in the town of Doolow, on the border with Ethiopia, receiving treatment. Photograph: Muse Mohammed/IOM A new US-backed military offensive against Islamist militants ...
In measles outbreak, a misconception about vaccines still plagues Somali community
- Apr 22, 2017
In 2011, Andrew Wakefield drove off after speaking to a group of Somali parents in Minneapolis. An apparent cluster of autism cases among Somali children in Minneapolis resurrected a discredited ...
Armed Conflicts Exacerbate Famine In South Sudan, Nigeria, Somalia And Yemen Listen· 3:48
- Apr 22, 2017
Famine was declared in South Sudan earlier this year, and three other countries - Nigeria, Somalia and Yemen - face food emergencies that could degenerate into famine. More than 20 ...
UN food relief agency air-lifts food, medical supplies to 31,000 famine-stricken Somalis
- Apr 22, 2017
A UPS Foundation plane from Dubai arrives in Mogadishu to deliver WFP high-energy biscuits and WHO medical supplies to avert famine in Somalia. Photo: WFP Somalia As the drought intensifies in ...
Federal government to test ‘name-blind’ hiring process
- Apr 21, 2017
Treasury Board President Scott Brison announced a pilot project for a name-blind recruitment process for the federal public service during a news conference in Toronto today. (CBC) The federal government is ...
Al-Shabab militants try food to win hearts and minds in Somalia
- Apr 21, 2017
A Somali family lives in a makeshift shelter after fleeing from drought-stricken regions in Baidoa, west of the capital Mogadishu. Photo by Feisal Omar/Reuters The al-Qaida-affiliated militant group al-Shabab is trying ...
Ayaan Hirsi Ali: Eliminating Female Genital Mutilation Should Be A Priority
- Apr 20, 2017
Somali human rights activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali speaks with Tucker Carlson about the practice of female genital mutilation, which is shockingly common among certain Muslim communities. She has started a ...
Ottawa police investigating fire, ‘hateful’ note at Islam Care Centre
- Apr 20, 2017
Ottawa police say someone set a pile of debris on fire outside the Islam Care Centre in the early morning hours of Wednesday, April 19, 2017. (Mathieu Theriault/Radio-Canada) The executive director ...

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