Chinese naval forces involved in anti-piracy patrols in the Gulf of Aden have held their first joint drill with NATO ships carrying out the same mission, China’s Defense Ministry said on Nov. 27, as China seeks a greater global security role
European Union leaders will push their wary African counterparts to help tackle the migration crisis at a summit in Malta this week, offering them billions of euros in aid in exchange for cooperation
At least 12 people were killed in the Somali capital on Nov. 1 after Shebab gunmen used a vehicle packed with explosives to blast their way inside a hotel, police said.
The crush and stampede that struck the hajj last month in Saudi Arabia killed at least 2,177 pilgrims, a new Associated Press tally showed Oct. 19, after officials in the kingdom met to discuss the tragedy
President Barack Obama's administration has underrepresented the true number of civilians killed in drone strikes, a news site said in citing a cache of secret files it published
In Basmane, a district of İzmir where refugees from Iraq, Somalia and mostly Syria reside, ruined houses have turned into cheap dormitories for migrants who flocked to the city in attempt to escape to Europe and left on the streets due to lack of accommodation.
This summer a quarter of a million people fled across the Mediterranean by small ships and rafts.
At least 30 migrants are feared to have drowned off Libya after their dinghy began to sink, the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) said Sept. 4
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Pictures of the dead body of a small boy swept to Turkey’s Aegean cost on the morning of Sept. 2 shattered the hearts of millions in the country
It is wrong to fault Turkey for its actions in the battle against ISIL, UK Envoy to Ankara Richard Moore says, while also praising its welcoming of refugees
Australian public broadcaster SBS on July 28 defended a reality show where participants were shot at by ISIL militants in Syria as part of a trip retracing refugees' journeys, saying they had extensive security preparations.
Barack Obama on July 28 condemned African leaders who refuse to give up power and urged the continent to end "the cancer of corruption", in the first ever address to the African Union by a US president
Barack Obama on July 27 officially begins a two-day visit to Ethiopia, the first-ever trip by a US president to Africa's second-most populous nation and the seat of the African Union.
Somalia's Shebab insurgents killed at least six people on July 26 in a huge car bomb attack on a hotel in the capital Mogadishu that is also home to several diplomatic missions, officials and witnesses said, with the death toll expected to rise.
US President Barack Obama on July 25 called for gay rights in Africa during his landmark visit to Kenya, comparing homophobia to racial discrimination he had encountered in the United States
Somalia's Shebab insurgents killed at least six people July 26 when they detonated a huge car bomb at a heavily guarded hotel in the capital Mogadishu housing diplomatic missions, officials and witnesses said
At least 10 migrants who were seeking to reach Europe are feared dead after their inflatable dinghy capsized off the coast of Libya, a local prosecutor on the Italian island of Sicily said July 23
US President Barack Obama arrives in his ancestral homeland Kenya late July 24, with a massive security operation under way to protect him from Al-Qaeda-linked Somali militants
U.S. authorities are seeking to revoke the citizenship of an imam in Oregon who they say tried to conceal past associations with radical Islamic groups
Amnesty International on July 7 accused Balkan countries of mistreating migrants passing through their territories on the way to the European Union, saying people fleeing war were being "shamefully let down".
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