Warakii Ugu Dambeeyay


Fort Lauderdale airport shooting: Suspect in custody


US:- Police in Florida have questioned a suspected gunman after five people were killed and eight injured in a shooting at Fort Lauderdale airport. The suspect has been identified by police as 26-year-old Esteban Santiago, an Iraq war veteran. Officials say they have not ruled out terrorism as a possible motive. US media say the man may have been mentally ...

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AMISOM forces kill two boys in Somalia’s Lower Shabelle region


Barawe:- African union troops— AMISOM in Somalia have been accused of killing at least two boys from one family in the Lower Shabelle region late Friday locals said, TNN reports. The killed boys were brothers and they were camel keepers outside the port city of Barawe. It is yet unclear why AU forces targeted these young boys, locals said. The ...

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Syria conflict: Russia ‘starts to reduce forces’


Russia is starting to withdraw forces from Syria and its aircraft carrier group will be the first to leave, the Russian armed forces chief says. The announcement comes days after Russia and Turkey negotiated a ceasefire in Syria which is largely holding, according to the UN. Russia has carried out air strikes on anti-government rebels since 2015. Moscow’s involvement is ...

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Trump election: US ‘identifies agents behind Russian hack’


The US has identified the Russian agents behind alleged hacking ahead of the presidential election won by Donald Trump in November, reports say. The agents, whose names have not been released, are alleged to have sent stolen Democratic emails to WikiLeaks to try to swing the vote for Mr Trump. Russia denies any involvement and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says ...

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AMISOM denies that Burundi’s troops pull out in Somalia


Mogadishu:- AMISOM  mission denied that  Burundi’s troops in Somalia are pulling out from the country after Burundi’s president threatened  that he will withdraw his troops from Somalia. The spokesman of AMISOM in  Somalia ,Jeo kebit told to radio Tabiye news.com an especial interview that Burundi’s troops will not pull out from Somali. “AMISOM troops SNA were given their responsibility  for the ...

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Turkey accuses Syria government of truce violations


Turkey has accused the Syrian government of violating a fragile ceasefire in the country and said the new round of negotiations to be held in Kazakh capital Astana was at risk. The Russian-Turkish brokered ceasefire last week has brought calm to large parts of Syria, but has been threatened by ongoing fighting in the Wadi Barada region near the capital ...

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Elor Azaria case: ‘No hope of equality before the law’


Last March, army medic Elor Azaria was filmed firing a bullet into the head of Abed al-Fattah al-Sharif, a 21-year-old Palestinian, as he lay wounded on the ground in the city of Hebron. After Azaria’s arrest, there was an outpouring of sympathy for the soldier from the Israeli public, politicians and fellow soldiers. Ordinary Israelis saw him as a victim ...

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Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed in Mogadishu attacks


Mogadishu:- Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed The impact of the politicians in the Somali community has welcomed this morning in the Somali capital Mogadishu. The receptions were taking part in some of the communities living in the capital and fondness, performance. Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed is set to talk to the media in home PC. The recent days widely in Africa’s higher public ...

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SIL says ‘soldier’ behind Ohio attack, Amaq says


Maykanka:– The Somali student who wounded 11 people in a car-ramming and knife attack on an Ohio university campus was a “soldier” of the Islamic State group, a jihadist-linked news agency said Tuesday. “The executor of the attack in the American state of Ohio is a soldier of the Islamic State,” the Amaq agency quoted an insider source as saying, ...

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Al-Shabaab regrouping in Somalia to ‘attack Kenya’, police warns


Kenya:- Al-Shabaab terrorists are regrouping in Jedahaley, Somalia, and plan to attack the country, police have warned. Inspector-General of Police Joseph Boinnet has also revealed that some of the attackers were hiding in small groups pretending to be herders around Hida and Dambala in Somalia while plotting to sneak into the country. “The possible targets for the attacks include security ...

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