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  • Kanye West breaks with Trump, claims 2020 run is not a stunt

    Kanye West answers questions during a service at Lakewood Church Sunday, Nov. 17, 2019, in Houston. West says he is no longer a Trump supporter. The rapper, who once praised President Donald

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  • Ethiopia violence death toll rises to 239

    Photo: Credit AFP. Demonstrators chant from atop of a car during an Oromo community protest after the death of musician and activist Hachalu Hundessa on July 1, 2020 in St Paul, Minnesota. The

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  • Two police were killed by a mine explosion and civilians were injured in Mogadishu.

    Photo/Somali Times At least two police have been killed and three others injured in a land mine explosion in Somalia. The explosion happened in Hodan district, At least two police were killed and

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  • UK to resume Saudi arms sales after year-long hiatus

    Britain announced on Tuesday that it will resume arms sales to Saudi Arabia a year after the court of appeal declared the UK government acted unlawfully by selling arms to the kingdom without

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  • Foreign trawlers, illegal fishing, staff shortage deny Somalia $300m in revenue

    Photo: Credit AFP After sharks are captured off the coast of Somalia, their meat is salted, sun-dried and transported overland to Kismayo for export to Mombasa, Kenya, the main market in East

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Kanye West breaks with Trump, claims 2020 run is not a stunt

Kanye West answers questions during a service at Lakewood Church Sunday, Nov. 17, 2019, in Houston. West says he is no longer a Trump supporter. The rapper, who once praised President Donald

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Kanye West breaks with Trump, claims 2020 run is not a stunt

Kanye West answers questions during a service at Lakewood Church Sunday, Nov. 17, 2019, in Houston. West says he is no longer a Trump supporter. The rapper, who once praised President Donald

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US: Muslim ban continues to ‘devastate’ lives

Muslim ban has nothing to do with national security, says Maryland senator The Muslim ban in the U.S. continues to have a “devastating” impact on nationals from Iran, Libya, Somalia,

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$1.5M settlement for Muslim workers fired by Cargill in prayer dispute

Cargill will pay $1.5 million to 138 terminated employees to resolve charges that the company’s managers violated the Civil Rights Act by refusing to allow Somali-American Muslim workers to pray

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