The moment a Somali-born immigrant woman dressed in a burqa is arrested on Adelaide street and charged with being a member of Islamic State
* The 22-year-old woman appeared in Adelaide Magistrates Court on Tuesday* She first came to the attention of authorities last year while trying to fly abroad* Police had been investigating her since she was stopped from leaving country
David Gallacher, 37, of no fixed address, attacked Samsam Haji-Ali, 34, and her husband outside a Co-op in Bletchley, Buckinghamshire, in August.He admitted actual bodily harm, assault by beating and two counts of racially or religiously aggravated assault.The judge called him a "thug and a racist to boot."
Military activities are believed to be the most hazardous producing activities, in the world. This paper aims to review the potential adverse impact on public health and environmental risks associated with military bases in general, focusing on the proposed military base in Berbera, Somaliland. The paper will discuss some of the most critical aspects associated with the proposed military base, including environmental contamination and health risks.
Pirates from Somalia are taking advantage of a diminishing international security presence in the region.
There has been a “sudden uptick” in piracy off the coast of Somalia in recent weeks, the head of the United States Africa Command, Gen. Thomas Waldhauser, confirmed during a press conference in Djibouti on April 23. He encouraged the shipping industry to increase its security operations.
Mogadishu, 11 May 2017 - Somali police chiefs from federal and federal member state governments have approved a new police recruit curriculum.The standardised curriculum will be used in training courses throughout the country to improve levels of professionalism in law enforcement agencies.The police chiefs signed an agreement that formally endorsed the curriculum during a meeting of the Police Working Group in the capital Mogadishu on 11 May 2017.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday travelled to Britain to attend the 3rd London Conference on Somalia to secure high-level international support for the Horn of Africa nation.A statement issued after his departure said the conference will focus on accelerating the progress of security reforms in Somalia, build on the international response to the ongoing drought and humanitarian crisis, and agree on the new international partnership needed to keep the Horn of Africa nation on course for increased peace and prosperity.
The United States on Saturday vowed to deepen its partnership with Somalia to stabilize the country despite the death of its military service member in the Horn of Africa nation on Friday, APA reports quoting Xinhua. U.S. Ambassador to Somalia Stephen Michael Schwartz who extended heartfelt condolences to the family, friends, and colleagues of the victim cited the strong relationship Washington has with Mogadishu.
'm not the story," Emily Steel insists. It's Monday morning and the 33-year-old reporter is sitting near her desk at the New York Times, taking a break from her regular media-business writing to give an interview herself. She is petite, with a soft high-pitched voice, in pearl earrings and a pussy-bow blouse—exactly the kind of woman that a man like Bill O'Reilly might underestimate.
A new Vanity Fair profile has offered a gobsmacking insight into the first couple’s marriage.
The White House knew it was coming. For weeks there had been speculation that Vanity Fair was working on a detailed profile piece about Melania Trump and her life with Donald. There were reports that parents at the ultra-exclusive private school their son Barron attends were being covertly interviewed, and the President’s team let it be known they thought the story would be “mean spirited.”
Jeddah – The legitimate Yemeni government has found new evidence on the Houthi militia’s involvement in “using displaced foreigners as human shields on the battle frontline.”The government also found other evidence that confirms Houthi involvement in attracting non-Yemeni fighters from the Horn of Africa to join the frontlines after making them undergo intensive training.
A food security crisis is considered a famine when, according to the United Nations, “20 percent of households face extreme food shortages with a limited ability to cope; acute malnutrition rates exceed 30 percent; and the death rate exceeds two persons per day per 10,000 persons.”