Court Charges Four In Connection To Westgate Attack

More than 145 witnesses have testified in the Westgate trial in which four men are accused of conspiracy to commit terrorist acts.  At least 67 people were killed and hundreds more injured in the attack on September 21, 2013. The case was pending for four and a half years. Yesterday, the prosecution closed its case... Continue Reading →

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Al Shabaab Militants On A Go Slow Due To Lack Of Compensation

Al Shabaab militants are on a go-slow following compensation disagreements. Reports reaching Epuka Ugaidi indicate that the militants are now boycotting operations within the camp and they have even begun forming factions under new leaders. The outfit has been experiencing deep divisions within the Shura Council; the governing section of the militia group that is... Continue Reading →

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