Monthly Archives: December 2014

N. Korea goes offline after sustained cyber-attacks

North Korea completely lost internet access for nine-and-a-half hours on Monday before coming back online early Tuesday. Many blamed the US for the blackout, after the FBI and President Obama accused Pyongyang of an earlier cyber-attack on Sony Pictures. US … Continue reading

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State House Kenya Trade of Words with White House

WHITE HOUSE/STATE HOUSE State Dept statement on terrorism bill For Immediate Release STATEMENT BY JEN PSAKI, SPOKESPERSON December 19, 2014 Kenya’s Counterterrorism Efforts The U.S. Government is firmly committed to supporting Kenya’s efforts to defeat al-Shabaab and to ensure security … Continue reading

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Omar El Bashir Claims Victory Over the ICC

The president of Sudan has claimed victory over the International Criminal Court after it ended its probe into allegations of war crimes in Darfur. The ICC charged Omar al-Bashir in 2009 for crimes in the region dating back to 2003, … Continue reading

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Ugandans Wont Allow Museveni to Retire

Uganda’s veteran President Yoweri Museveni has said the people don’t want him to retire but that he doesn’t “need power”, ahead of a highly anticipated ruling party conference next week. Museveni, aged 70 and Uganda’s leader since 1986, has already … Continue reading

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Why We Should Support President Uhuru Kenyatta

At times you can literally feel the anger in President Uhuru´s voice when dealing with some matters. On security, it beats logic why any sensible Kenyan would not wholeheartedly support laws that tighten the loose ends in fighting terror. As … Continue reading

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US President Barrack Obama Rushed to Hospital

Washington (AFP) – President Barack Obama was taken to hospital Saturday to treat a sore throat, the White House said, stressing it was not an urgent medical matter. Obama has been complaining of a sore throat, prompting his physician, Captain … Continue reading

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Nairobi telecommunications fraud group targeted Chinese

The more than 70 Chinese arrested in Nairobi likely belong to a cross-border telecommunications fraud group, Chinese Embassy spokesman Mao Yizong has said. He says that from the initial judgment the group uses communication equipment to call and cheat their … Continue reading

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