Press Freedom: Journalists face murders but keep working
For Abdiqadir Dulyar, simply reading messages sent to his phone can send shivers down his spine.
His voice breaks as he reads a recent note: "Keep doing what you do, and we shall come to give your well-deserved award (death)."
American Muslim leaders demand probe into racial profiling allegation
Leaders for the Muslim communities in Minnesota called for an urgent investigation into allegation by a Minneapolis manager for the Transportation Security Administration who alleged that they have been targeting Muslim leaders with racial profiling.
Young Somali woman sets herself alight in Australian detention
A 21-year-old Somali asylum seeker has set herself on fire at an Australian offshore processing center on the pacific island of Nauru, less than a week after refugee advocates say she was forcibly sent back there.
Minneapolis Somali-American and Muslim leaders speak out against racial profiling
Twin Cities Somali-American and Muslim leaders condemned racial profiling Monday after allegations by a Minneapolis Transportation Security Administration official that he had been told to target the community.
Around 10 soldiers of the British Army have arrive in Somalia
According to the BBC, the advance party will support African Union peacekeeping efforts against the group.
Eventually, the number of British personnel in the country will stand at around 70, with servicemen carrying out medical, logistical and engineering duties.
For Somali villagers, battling militants requires no mighty army, but sacrifice
Brandishing his AK-47, Mumin Elmi, a 65 years-old herder and his men are on a tough mission: expelling the feared Al Shabab fighters whom they blamed of robbery and cold-blood murders against their people from their villages, a goal which despite challenges showed early success.