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Mandera law courts closed over insecurity

NORTH EASTERN

The notice has urged litigants, advocates and other stakeholders to be patient as security officers work to restore peace in the region.

Mandera law courts closed over insecurity

By Japheth Ogila | 1 year ago

Death, misery of nation beset by insurgency

Death, misery of nation beset by insurgency

A group of men gathered around the grave, the anger visible in their faces. One poured water on a mound of soil, and kneaded it into soft balls. They were handed to another man below, who carefully placed them underneath the body of Hussein Abdi Mohammed, 12.

| 10 years ago

How the cruel militia legacy stalks Somalia

For years, the militant al-Shabaab group controlled the Somali town of Bulla Hawa and surrounding areas, where it imposed strict sharia laws and ruled with a heavy hand.

| 10 years ago

Is Kenya playground for militants, foreign spies?

On a dusty road toward Kenya’s border with Somalia, dozens of dugouts prepared by Ethiopian soldiers are testament to an ongoing war against terror.

| 10 years ago

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