al-shabaab

CCTV footage has been released of the attackers at a hotel in Nairobi, Kenya. Several gunmen are seen entering the complex, where they killed at least fourteen people and injured many others. They are suspected members of the extremist group al-Shabaab.
Across Somalia, the country worst affected by the Horn of Africa's escalating food crisis, more than half a million people are on the move in epic scenes that show not only the desperate urgency of fundraising appeals but also, sadly, the limits of the aid agencies' reach.
The credibility of newly elected Somali President Farmajo's government will depend on the ability to deliver security.
While the world has been fixated on the American presidential race, Somalia, once the epitome of a failed state, is holding
The Kenyan state has an ethnicity problem. By presenting their conflict with the terrorist group al-Shabaab as a conflict
A shocking video has revealed the moments before British jihadi Thomas Evans was killed in a gunfight in northern Kenya. The
The recent migration of many jihadist organizations to social media reflects a desire to expand their targeted audience one step further. Password-protected forums - up until recently the main virtual gathering place for al-Qaeda supporters - made content particularly difficult to access for wannabe jihadists, while also representing a common target for the security services' disruption efforts.
A terror suspect who escaped surveillance by dressing in a burka had previously been twice remanded in custody for allegedly
The five thing you need to know on Friday 8 November 2013... 1) THERESA'S TERROR ERROR Theresa May's star continues to fade
The escape of terror suspect Mohammed Ahmed Mohamed under a burka on Monday was not facilitated by the mosque from which