Kenyan Govt Moves To Fight Al Shabaab In New Boarder Deployment

Hundreds of Kenya’s national police reservists (NPR) and military forces have been deployed along Kenya’s border with Somalia in the intensified fight against terrorism and violent extremism. The deployed officers are set to close in on jihadists making attempts to cross the border and into Kenya. Mandera County Commissioner, Kutswa Oloka who spoke to the... Continue Reading →


Taking Photos Could Be A Sign Of Terrorism, Citizens warned

Instagram, Facebook and Tweeter owners are being warned that photography can be a sign of terrorism. The United States Department of Homeland Security has now made steps to formalize that notion after a pull and push from scholars and experts in the photography industry. With the current age of selfies and multi-camera smartphones, incidents between... Continue Reading →

Several Militants Killed As Forces Recapture Region

17 Al Shabaab militants have been killed by allied forces in an offensive on the Al Qaeda linked Al Shabaab towards recapturing territory. The deputy commissioner of Bay regional administration for security said Southwest army made gains against Al-Shabaab following battle in the region after recapturing the region. The fighting erupted after SouthWest state troops... Continue Reading →

Kenya And United States Adamant To Stabilise Somalia

Kenya and the United States have called for more efforts to stabilize Somalia saying regional stability is key for economic development. President Kenyatta and Thomas Waldhauser, commander of the U.S.-Africa Command (Africom), renewed their commitment to peace in the two countries. The Kenyan leader said Kenya is firmly committed to the cause of finding peace... Continue Reading →

12 Al Shabaab fighters surrender to Somalia Forces

A senior Al Shabaab commander and 11 other fighters surrendered to Somali authorities in southern Somalia. Somalia’s Jubaland intelligence chief, Khalid Sheikh says 12 Al Shabaab fighters, including their commander had handed themselves over to government officials in Bar-sanguni area, some 45km away from the coastal town of Kismayo. Khalid did not mention the name... Continue Reading →

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