Somalia Marks One Year After Deadliest Terrorist Attack

Hundreds of mourners and government officials in Somalia gathered Sunday at K-5 junction, where a year ago a truck bomb killed 587 people in the country’s deadliest terrorist attack.

The Somali government has officially renamed …

Somalia Marks One Year After Deadliest Terrorist Attack

Hundreds of mourners and government officials in Somalia gathered Sunday at K-5 junction, where a year ago a truck bomb killed 587 people in the country’s deadliest terrorist attack.

The Somali government has officially renamed …

FEATURE: EGYPT’S BLIND FEMALE ORCHESTRA STUNS AUDIENCE, GAINS WORLD FAME

CAIRO, Egypt, The audience, at one of the halls of Cairo Opera House, was stunned by the performance of an orchestra of about 40 blind female musicians. They couldn’t help applauding, cheering and sometimes whistling …

Two Blasts in Somali Town Kill at Least 15

Two blasts in the Somali town of Baidoa on Saturday killed at least 15 people and injured more than 30 others.

The South West State information minister, Ugas Hassan Abdi, said, “The attacks were carried …

Rights Group Criticizes US-Led Coalition for Raqqa Deaths

BEIRUT, The U.S.-led coalition’s failure to adequately acknowledge and investigate civilian deaths in the Syrian city of Raqqa is a slap in the face for survivors trying to rebuild their lives a year after the …

American Pastor on Trial in Turkey

The trial of an American pastor whose detention has sparked a diplomatic standoff between Ankara and Washington resumed Friday in Turkey.

Speculation has been growing that Turkey could allow Andrew Brunson to return to the …

Algeria must stop arbitrary expulsion of West African migrants in desert: UN migration rights expert

Atrocities suffered by child and adult migrants from West African States should shock the conscience of humanity into action, a UN rights investigator said on Thursday, before calling for Algeria to halt the collective expulsion …