MANDERA, Kenya – Six people were killed in Kenya’s border town in Mandera when armed Al Shabaab militia attacked the town at 2:00am on Thursday morning.
The United Nations humanitarian chief concluded a three-day mission to Yemen by calling the massive demand for humanitarian aid “outrageous” for the 21st century.
NAIROBI, Kenya – The Kenyan government has strongly dismissed a report that shows Kenya’s police killed 121 people from January to August 2016, as reported by a Kenyan daily newspaper.
A landmark peace deal between the Colombian government and the country’s largest guerrilla group has been left in limbo after voters narrowly rejected it in a referendum.
The result saw the no vote win by 50.2% to 49.8%. The result shocked the government of Juan Manuel Santos, who has spent four years locked in an intense …
QUETTA, Pakistan – Four women were killed when a public transport bus was stopped and fired on by unknown assailants in the provincial capital of Balochistan. The shooting left a number of others wounded, including a young child.
The women died at the scene while the wounded were rushed to Bolan Medical Complex, and medical staff later …
KUNDUZ, Afghanistan – The Taliban claim they have entered Kunduz city in northern Afghanistan and have overrun security offices. Reports have been mixed as to how much of the city they have been able to seize but international agencies have reportedly begun to evacuate some of their staff.
The Afghanistan Interior Ministry reported that at least one policeman was …
An investigation carried out by Amnesty International has uncovered evidence suggesting the Sudanese government have repeatedly used chemical weapons against civilians over the past eight months. The use of such weapons is illegal under international law and regarded as a war crime.
NAIROBI, Kenya – A Nairobi Court has adjourned a drug trafficking case valued at 5,905,164 USD facing a Briton, Jack Alexander Wolf and a Kenyan, Roy Francis Mwanthi.
NAIROBI, Kenya – Forty Ethiopian nationals of the Oromo community were charged at a Nairobi Court in Kenya, for holding an unlawful assembly in Kenya’s capital on Sunday and being in the country illegally.
BAGHSAR, Kashmir — The Pakistan army spokesman, Lt General Asim Bajwa rejects Indian claims of surgical strike that resulted in death of two Pakistani soldiers. He briefed journalists near the spot where the incident took place, whereas India had earlier claimed they had flawed a terror attack plan through a surgical strike.