ESPN's Brian Windhorst went on Pardon The Interruption Thursday and claimed Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James is recruiting a few stars to play alongside him next season.
LONDON — Increasingly isolated, Prime Minister Theresa May backed down Thursday from plans to seek Parliament’s support for a Brexit bill already rejected by much of her Conservative Party, as expectations rose that she would cave in to demands that she resign and let a new leader try to complete the U.K.’s stalled withdrawal from the European Union.
In the last three years of the Trusteeship period, much time was devoted to the preparation of a constitution for the future Somali independent State. For this purpose, two Committees were appointed: a Technical Committee
NAIROBI — The Somali government says it's not ready to take any action that could threaten its relationship with its neighbor Kenya. The announcement comes amidst simmering tensions over potential offshore oil deposits and an incident where Somali government officials and diplomats were denied entry to Kenya this week.
It was strange, maybe a tad scary, definitely part of the weird fabric of city life.
A Chinese envoy on Wednesday asked the international community to provide more support for Somalia in security capacity building and humanitarian and socio-economic development aid.
Mr President and a huge thank you to our briefers, Mr Zenega and Mr Madeira and to the Assistant Secretary-General. It’s very good to have this. It’s the first briefings we’ve had since UNSOM’s mandate was renewed.
History was made this past weekend when, for the first time, Metro Transit police had a shift made up entirely of Somali-American officers.
European regulators made strict demands on the Boeing 737 Max as the FAA meets with other aviation authorities Thursday to discuss when the Boeing (BA) plane can re-enter service. American Airlines (AAL) backed the 737 Max as carrier hold a separate meeting today.
In his first public remarks since leaving the White House in December, former Secretary of Defense James Mattis warned against U.S. military escalation toward Iran, opting for diplomacy over force.
MOGADISHU (Reuters) - Few restaurateurs consider the threat of piracy in their plans but Abdulkadir Mohamed did so for his La Lanterna floating restaurant now moored off Mogadishu’s popular Lido beach.
Thailand's criminal court has handed down a guilty verdict, and fines totaling over $16 million, to six defendants accused of operating an illegal vessel in Thai waters.
NAIROBI, Kenya -- Islamic extremists exploded a suicide car bomb and killed at least six people near the presidential palace in Somalia's capital on Wednesday, police said.
Sitting cross-legged with a Kalashnikov rifle by his side, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, leader of Islamic State, used his first video appearance in five years to reassure his followers that he was far from defeated.
Kenya is flexing its diplomatic muscles in its row with Somalia, which it accuses of continuing to violate its territorial waters rich in hydrocarbons by launching investment programmes in the disputed area.
An explosion near Somalia's old parliament in Mogadishu sent a pile of smoke and dust billowing into the sky on Wednesday, local news outlets reported.
A former Somali army colonel who has been living and working for decades in Northern Virginia had engaged in torture in his homeland and must pay his victim half a million dollars, a jury in Alexandria found Tuesday.
U.S. government forces and a contractor with an unorthodox investment strategy have fanned out over Somalia to fight al-Shabaab by building a force of local light infantry known as the Danab — and they’re likely to continue doing so for years to come.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — A jury has found a northern Virginia man who once served as a colonel in the Somali Army responsible for torturing a man more than 30 years ago as part of a government campaign to repress its perceived enemies.
West Humber Collegiate social justice club students will help provide families in Somalia with clean water and personal hygiene kits.
Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) calls Somaliland’s Supreme Court to quash charges against journalist Abdimalik Muse Oldon and release him unconditionally.
The Kenyan government will not negotiate with Al-Shabaab militants for the release of the two abducted Cuban doctors, Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Monica Juma said Tuesday.
NAIROBI, Kenya, May 21 – Kenya has refuted claims that airport officials in Nairobi denied three Somali diplomatic passports holders entry into the country on Monday.
Somali National Independent Electoral Commission has reiterated its authenticity and responsibility to hold elections in Somalia.
A boat carrying football players and fans has capsized in Lake Albert in western Uganda, local media reports say.
A billionaire technology investor stunned the entire graduating class at Morehouse College when he announced at their commencement Sunday that he would pay off their student loans __ estimated at up to $40 million.
Somali state government advisor accused the Ethiopian embassy in London of using “colonial tactics” to divide Somali diaspora by clan.
MOGADISHU (Xinhua) -- A senior leader of militant group al-Shabab surrendered to Somali government forces on Saturday, an official said on Sunday.