A Somalia-born man living in the U.S. traveled to Syria and trained alongside terrorists, then returned with plans to attack a military base or a prison, according to a federal indictment announced on April 16
Somalia’s al-Qaeda-linked Shabaab militants April 14 blasted their way into the higher education ministry with a car bomb before storming the building, killing nine people.
Category: MURAT YETKİN
According to Turkish President Tayyip Erdoğan, the Muslim world is on the verge of a disintegration, during which ever more blood could be shed.
A Nairobi court on April 7 ordered five Kenyans and a Tanzanian to be detained for 30 days while police investigate possible connections to last week's university massacre.
Kenya launched air strikes against Islamic militants in Somalia following an extremist attack on a Kenyan college that killed 148 people, a military spokesman said April 6
Kenyan special forces took at least seven hours to deploy at a university massacre in which almost 150 people were killed, scathing reports said Sunday, but security chief defended their response.
The bodies of dozens of students massacred by Somalia's Shebab Islamists at a Kenyan university arrived in the capital Friday, as grieving relatives faced a desperate wait to receive the remains of their loved ones.
Syria and Iraq and have become a “veritable international finishing school for extremists,” United Nations experts have reported to the U.N. Security Council, noting that there were more than 22,000 foreign fighters from 100 countries in the Mideast neighbors.
Bullet-pocked walls and overturned chairs mark the reception area of a prominent hotel in the Somali capital following an attack that killed at least 21, including six attackers
Category: EMRE KIZILKAYA
When Arab League chief Nabil al-Arabi called March 9 for the creation of a “unified Arab force” to battle the spread of extremist groups, he actually used a rare figure of speech: A triple oxymoron.
Suspected members of Somalia's Al-Qaeda-affiliated Shebab militants on March 12 attacked a fortified area containing regional government headquarters, an airport and a United Nations compound in the central town of Baidoa, security officials said
One thing the biographies of Jihadi John, the Islamic State’s executioner of foreign hostages, and several of his European associates have in common is their passion for football and their dashed hopes of becoming professional players.
"Jihadi John", the masked Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) militant linked to the beheading of Western hostages, was named on Feb. 26 as Kuwaiti-born London computer programmer Mohammed Emwazi by experts and the media.
Ankara has condemned a series of deadly bombings in eastern Libya and the Somalian capital Mogadishu.
Somalia's Al-Qaeda-linked Shebab insurgents killed at least 25 people on Feb. 20 in an attack on a popular hotel in the capital Mogadishu where government ministers and officials were holding Friday prayers.
The United States sought to unite nations around a common vision for combating violent jihadist groups in three days of talks which ended on Feb. 19 long on words but short on concrete steps
Nine officials from Turkey’s Foreign Ministry resigned before the Feb. 10 deadline in order to run in the upcoming parliamentary elections, scheduled for June 7.
Foreign fighters are flocking to Syria at an "unprecedented" rate, with more than 20,000 volunteers from around the world joining the Islamic State or other extremist groups, US intelligence officials said on Feb. 10
Following the government’s initiative to open Turkish schools abroad, the Health Ministry is now planning to open hospitals abroad, starting with Somalia and Sudan.
Following the government’s initiative to open Turkish schools abroad, the Health Ministry is now planning to open hospitals abroad, starting with Somalia and Sudan
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