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Mohameddek Ali Mohamud has been identified by family members as the man in his 20s found dead at Canada Olympic Park near the western edge of Calgary.
Somali families gathered Saturday afternoon to learn more about the measles vaccine at an event hosted by CentraCare Health at Midtown Square Mall.
Nine young British medical students have travelled illegally to Syria and are believed to be working in hospitals in Islamic State-controlled areas, the Observer can reveal. Their families were mounting a desperate effort on Saturday at the Turkish-Syrian border to persuade them to come home.
The 14 students in Abdiasis Hirsi's writing class at Roosevelt High School in south Minneapolis haven't lived in the United States very long.
The Seychelles Supreme Court has convicted nine Somali nationals of committing acts of piracy who were previously released and paid compensation by Denmark over a delay in being presented before a judge after their capture.
Even before students left Technical High School to protest racially charged incidents, conflict resolution was on the minds of school administrators and Somali elders.
Hate crimes against both Jews and Muslims surged in the U.K. last year, marked by dozens of violent assaults in London alone.
The Obama administration is considering supporting the UN Security Council’s decision to define the borders of a potential future Palestinian state according to the 1967 lines, sources within the US government told the New York Times on Wednesday night.
The European Union has extended the EU training mission in Somalia (EUTM Somalia) until 31 December 2016 as it continues to providing basic, leadership and specialised military training and advice to the Somali military.
Britain’s former lord chancellor in the Tony Blair government, Charles Falconer, has been forced to apologise after his law firm gave “unsafe” evidence to the London High Court in an effort to freeze the assets of Djibouti opposition leader Abdourahman Boreh.