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Young Somali woman sets herself alight in Australian detention

EDITED BY KALAHAN DENG A 21-year-old Somali asylum seeker has set herself on fire at an Australian offshore processing center on the pacific island of Nauru, less than a week after refugee advocates say she was forcibly sent back there. The woman, named by refugee advocates as Hodan Yasin, is currently in a critical condition, according to Australian Immigration Minister ...

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NEWS ON AL-SHABAB AND BOKO HARAM IN BOTH SOMALIA AND NIGERIA IN AFRICA

REPORTED BY KALAHAN DENG   In the latest news from Somalia, terrorist group Al-Shaba killed 15 Somalia soldiers, and recaptured central Somalia town as well. While Nigerian troops launched massive operation in Boko Haram strong hold in northern Nigeria

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ISIL LEADER IS CAPTURED IN SOMALIA AND OTHER IS KILLED IN LEBANON

REPORTED BY KALAHAN DENG In developing news, one of ISIL leader in Somalia has been captured alive by the country’s security forces which said that,” ISIL is trying to establish their terrorist activities around Mogadishu, the capital city”.ISIL presence in Somalia would constitutes another challenge to the country that is already suffering in the hands of Al-Shabab terrorist group. Furthermore, ...

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NORTH SUDAN GOVERNMENT CAUTION AGAINST RELIGIOUS EXTRMISM

REPORTED BY KALAHAN DENG It seems as a positive move to those who do not know Islamic government in Sudan north towards terrorism activities (support). In the latest news, Muslim scholars are now cautious against religious extremism they supported for years. It seems that the Islamic government realized that many young people have gone to Syria and Iraq to join ...

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SOUTH SUDAN REBEL LEADER RIEK MACHAR SWORN IN AS VICE-PRESIDENT

REPORTED BY KALAHAN DENG United nation Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon welcomed the formation of  a unity government in South Sudan after rustles war that lasted two years in which thousands of civilians lost their lives and the destruction of the impoverished nation. On the other hand, the African Union also welcomed the swearing of the Vice-President Machar. For those who ...

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A MAN IS FREE AFTER 20 YEARS IN PRISON FOR CRIME HE DID NOT DO

WRITTEN BY KALAHAN DENG Wrongful convictions in the United States is common and unstoppable soon due to the fact that many people are convicted or guilty until proven innocent after spending many years in prison for crimes they have not done. For example, I have been following American Justice System for sometimes and I have found out that there is ...

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FIERCE RIVALRY BETWEEN TERRORIST GROUP AL-SHABAB AND ISIL IN EAST AFRICA

WRITTEN BY KALAHAN DENG The known terrorist group in east Africa Al-Shabab  sent out strong warnings to those who are willing to join ISIS or ISIL in east Africa that anyone who is caught to be a fighter or member belonging to ISIL group would by killed by Al-Shabab fighters in the name of ALLAHA or GOD. It is obvious ...

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AL-SHABAB MILITANTS ATTACK SOMALI ARMY BASE

REPORTED BY KALAHAN DENG The Horn of African militants group Al-Shabab continues its vicious campaign of terror  against civilians and the army in which at least 20 Somali soldiers were killed at their base by ruthless Islamic militants Al-Shabab known as (the youth) in east Africa. On the other hand, the terrorists groups have also suffered heavy casualties in this ...

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GREED AND ATROCITY BY THE SOUTH SUDAN LEADERS

WRITTEN BY KALAHAN DENG South Sudan is the world’s newest nation, having gained independence from Sudan in 2011 following decades of civil war. But it has little infrastructure and significant poverty. South Sudan’s two major ethnic groups, the Dinka and the Nuer, have been locked in a civil war since 2013. South Sudan’s President reinstated his vice president — a ...

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CHINA AND AFRICAN POLITICS AND DEVELOPMENTS

WRITTEN BY KALAHAN DENG China is deeply involved in the African politics and developments and it is too late to stop its movement since most Africans leaders are now heading to China for financial and development help. As you can see in this article, China’s President Xi Jinping shakes hands with Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe who keeps reminding Africans leaders ...

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