A crackdown on Al Shabab threatens the success of 'Little Mogadishu,' a hub for Somali refugees, and could have a wider impact on the nation's economy as families flee and businesses fail.
With Kenya's unilateral decision to enter and create a new buffer state inside Somalia, Ahmed Abdi Godane's urging this week to kick foreigners out has an audience, and even some logic.
Across East Africa, leaders are pushing laws and crackdowns on free media, NGO funding, and human rights and civil society efforts. This isn't coincidence.
Prosecutor for the International Criminal Court is already seeking a temporary adjournment in crimes against humanity trial.
Kenya seems obsessed with the International Criminal Court and its indictment against President Uhuru Kenyatta. The chest-thumping is 'misguided.'
The program started by Mr. Sachs helped bring the cow, the milk, the rainwater storage and a computer lab.
Norwegian police have been questioning friends and family of a Somalia-born Norwegian citizen who they suspect may be one of the gunmen behind last month's terrorist attack in Nairobi.
Kenya's police were caught on video looting the Westgate mall after the attack, and they are suspected of the extra-judicial killing a man with links to Al Shabab.