Suffrage in Somalia - Opinion - LtCol Oliver North, USMC, Ret.
Special Operations Forces kill 9 pirates, free 2 workers, suffer no casualties
‘American officials said they were worried that the Shabab might be using Twitter to reach potential recruits in the West’
‘We have not yet seen the peak of the crisis’
Thousands of Somali refugees search for food in surrounding countries as the United States tries to send aid
GOP gets to play the Gitmo card - TheDC
‘The Obama Administration needs to accept that it makes no sense to close Guantanamo Bay’
Suspect was detained on a U.S. Navy ship and flown to New York this week to be indicted on federal charges
The clandestine American military campaign to combat Al Qaeda’s franchise in Yemen is expanding
The four Americans aboard a yacht hijacked by pirates off the coast of Somalia are dead
East Africa is a national security and foreign policy hot spot for the US.
EU Naval Force commander says pirates now using hijacked ships, human shields
Why cutting our foreign aid budget would be a huge mistake.
Somalia rebels threaten US attack - Al Jazeera
The leader of Somalia’s main armed group al-Shabab has threatened to attack the United States if Barack Obama does not embrace Islam
A retired English couple, held at gunpoint with no big, multinational shipping company behind them to bail them out, were freed at last after 13 months of stop-start negotiations
Congress needs to develop an overarching strategy and a clear procedural approach to fighting al Qaeda.
There are already almost 1.5 million displaced people in Somalia, which hasn’t had a functioning government since 1991
Civilians and soldiers alike fall victim to insurgents’ rage at government
Somalia is a hotbed of terrorism. So why are we granting Somali immigrants near-automatic asylum?
US Marines storm pirate-held cargo ship - Telegraph
One of the most dramatic high seas confrontations with pirates to protect shipping lanes off lawless Somalia
Islamist militants wearing Somali military uniforms stormed a hotel favored by lawmakers in the war-battered capital Tuesday, firing indiscriminately and killing 32 people, including six parliamentarians