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Somalia roadside bombing kills 6 north of Mogadishu

A Somali police officer says a roadside bomb has killed six people and injured three others.
FOXNews.com Also reported by •Seattle Times

Somalia:Managing the Disruptive Aftermath of Somalia's Worst Terror Attack

[ICG] The 14 October 2017 twin bombings in Mogadishu mark the deadliest attack in Somalia since 2007. As Somalis unite in their disgust at the most likely perpetrator Al-Shabaab, President Farmajo must..
allAfrica.com

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News video: Mogadishu bombing: Turkish base was the 'intended target'

Mogadishu bombing: Turkish base was the 'intended target' 02:44

Details of the massive bombing in Mogadishu last week have become clearer and intelligence officials in Mogadishu say that the real target was a Turkish military base in the city, the biggest base..
Source: Al Jazeera STUDIO -

News video: Hawaii Federal Judge Extends Block On Trump Travel Ban

Hawaii Federal Judge Extends Block On Trump Travel Ban 00:37

A federal judge in Hawaii has extended the temporary restraining order on President Donald Trump's travel ban on citizens from six Muslim-majority countries. The ban, which would have gone into effect..
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News video: Mogadishu bombing death toll rises to 358

Mogadishu bombing death toll rises to 358 02:43

A government minister in Somalia says 358 people have died in last week's bomb attacks in Mogadishu.
Source: Al Jazeera STUDIO -

News video: Refugee Family Reunification Program To Be Halted?

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Two sources with knowledge of the situation told Reuters, President Trump’s administration has drafted a plan to pause a program that allows family members join refugees already settled in the United..
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News video: Another Federal Judge Halts Trump's Travel Restrictions

Another Federal Judge Halts Trump's Travel Restrictions 01:20

Two federal judges recently halted the latest iteration of restrictions, which broadly suspend travel for most nationals from eight countries.
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Why The Somalia Attack Is Being Compared To Sept. 11

It's been a week since a massive truck bomb blew up the center of Mogadishu in Somalia. The blast that killed more than 350 is being compared to Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in the U.S.
NPR

Hawaii federal judge extends block on Donald Trump's travel ban

A federal judge in Hawaii extended his halt of U.S. President Donald Trump's travel ban on citizens from six Muslim-majority countries. U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson, who stopped the ban from..
DNA

Attacks in Somalia - a 2017 timeline

Somalia has witnessed some of its deadliest attacks this year.
Al Jazeera

Somalia's death toll at 358 as 'state of war' planned

somalia's death toll at 358 as 'state of war' planned
The death toll in Somalia's deadliest attack has risen to 358 while dozens remain missing. Somalia's president was expected to announce a “state of war” against the al-Shabab extremist group blamed..
canoe.ca Also reported by •News24FOXNews.comSeattle Times

Somalia:Somalis Mourn Bomb Victims in Mogadishu

[Deutsche Welle] Thousands returned to the site of the country's worst terror attack six days later. The US has stepped up the number of drone strikes inside Somalia since the beginning of the year.
allAfrica.com

Somalia: Will the World Mourn for Mogadishu?


RIA Nov.

Somalia truck bomb death toll rises to 358

A truck packed with explosives blew up in Hodan on October 14, destroying some 20 buildings in the bustling commercial district, leaving scores of victims burned beyond recognition.
DNA Also reported by •Deccan Herald

Somalia’s president to announce ‘state of war’ as death tolls rises to 358

Thousands of anguished Somalis gathered to pray Friday at the site of the country’s deadliest attack, while the toll rose to 358 and dozens remained missing.
France 24

Increased International Transparency In Military Spending Possible – Analysis

By Dr Nan Tian and Pieter D. Wezeman* On October 20 the First Committee of the United Nations General Assembly was scheduled to discuss the annual report by the UN Secretary-General containing..
Eurasia Review

Somali death toll from truck bomb jumps to 358

Somalia's deadliest ever attack, a truck bomb in the capital Mogadishu, has now killed 358 people with 228 more injured, the government has said, a major jump in the fatality toll.
RTE.ie

Kuwait to host conf. for supporting Somalia

(MENAFN - Kuwait News Agency (KUNA)) NEW YORK, Oct 21 (KUNA) -- Kuwait plans to host very soon a conference for supporting education in Somalia as part of a broad approach aimed at...
MENAFN.com

Somalia to announce 'state of war' against al-Shabab following deadly truck bombing

President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed of Somalia is expected to announce a “state of war” against al-Shabab, the extremist group held responsible for last week’s deadly truck bombing that killed at..
FOXNews.com

Somalia twin bomb attack toll rises to 358, govt holds al-Shabab responsible

Somalia's information minister says the death toll has risen to 358 in the country's worst- ever attack.
Zee News


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