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‘Mental Illness,’ ‘Lone Wolf,’ Unclear Motive: New York Times in Denial Over Islamist Terrorist Trend

The Algemeiner 19 Oct 2021
Ali had been referred to a government program known as Prevent, which aims to keep people from being drawn to extremist ideas on social media.” The Telegraph has reported that police and security services believe the motivation behind the attack may have been to “further the ...
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Another week of anti-war protests at Creech completed; activists vow they won’t let up

Las Vegas Sun 03 Oct 2021
Steve Marcus ... 30, 2021 ... military drone strikes ... Sunday, Oct. 3, 2021 . 2 a.m ... Since the War on Terror began in the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, it’s estimated between 910 and 2,200 civilians have been killed by 14,040 confirmed drone strikes in Yemen, Somalia, Pakistan and Afghanistan, according to the Bureau of Investigative Journalism.
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War in Afghanistan Isn’t Over — It’s Taking the Form of Illegal Drone Strikes

truthout 26 Sep 2021
had conducted an air strike in Somalia ... Syria, Libya, Somalia and Niger ... During Obama’s two terms in office, he authorized 563 strikes — largely with drones — in Somalia, Pakistan and Yemen, killing between 384 and 807 civilians, according to the Bureau of Investigative Journalism.
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Afghanistan and Beyond: End U.S. War-Making Everywhere

GlobalResearch 25 Sep 2021
The United States must also end the disastrous ​“War on Terror,” including the bombing campaigns targeting Somalia and Yemen ... Airwars, which took over the work of recording airstrikes from the Bureau of Investigative Journalism in 2019, estimates that anywhere between 70 to 143 civilian deaths in Somalia are the result of 31 U.S.
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In conservative Somalia, a rare woman presidential candidate

Bennington Banner 12 Sep 2021
MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) — The woman who broke barriers as the first female foreign minister and deputy prime minister in culturally conservative Somalia now aims for the country's top office as the Horn of Africa nation moves toward a long-delayed presidential election ... Support our journalism.
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Why Somalia is a promising environment for wind power

The New Arab 05 Aug 2021
A 1991 article in the scientific journal Solar Energy says that “the wind resource appears to be suitable for power production on 85 percentof the country.” REVE, a Spanish magazine focused on wind power, added in 2019 that “Somalia has one of the highest combined wind power and solar energy potentials on the planet.”.
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Olympic Athletics Results

The Berkshire Eagle 03 Aug 2021
Tuesday. Men. Triple Jump. Qualification. Group A. 1. Zhu Yaming, China, (17.11), 56-1 3-4 (Q). 2. Cristian Napoles, Cuba, (17.08), 56-0 1-2 (Q). 3. Andrea Dallavalle, Italy, (16.99), 55-9. 4. Will Claye, United States, (16.91), 55-5 3-4. 5. Hugues Fabrice Zango, Burkina Faso, (16.83), 55-2 3-4. 6 ... 7 ... 8 ... 9 ... 10 ... Ali Idow Hassan, Somalia, 3.43.96 ... Support our journalism.
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Rep. Ilhan Omar Questions Biden’s First Airstrike on Somalia

The Intercept 23 Jul 2021
Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., is challenging the Biden administration’s justification for its Tuesday airstrike in Somalia, which the Pentagon claimed was targeted against suspected members of al-Shabab ... Omar, who grew up in Somalia before spending four years in a Kenyan refugee camp, represents a district with a heavy Somali American population.
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Advocacy, Campaigns, Communications and Media (ACCM) Manager

Reliefweb 08 Jul 2021
Degree in Social Science, Journalism, and/or Communications Good understanding of policy processes in Somalia and opportunities for influencing Recommended a minimum at least five years of experience in advocacy , campaigns and communications management within an NGO or media ...
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Supreme Court rules against immigrants with temporary status

Pittsburgh Tribune Review 07 Jun 2021
WASHINGTON — A unanimous Supreme Court ruled Monday that thousands of people living in the U.S ... They are. Haiti, Honduras, Myanmar, Nepal, Nicaragua, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Syria, Venezuela and Yemen. Support Local Journalism and help us continue covering the stories that matter to you and your community. Support Journalism Now > ... News .
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Senior Management Accountant (Somalia Programme)

Reliefweb 31 May 2021
Senior Management Accountant (Somalia Programme) ... Receive, review, upload and post financial information from the field in Somalia and Somaliland cash and bankbooks and compare transactions to source data (PVs) for compliance, accuracy and completeness Prepare, upload and post in the system approved relevant journals.
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Biden releases Trump's 'repugnant' secret rules on use of lethal force overseas

Raw Story 03 May 2021
According to the Times ... President Trump promptly watered down those stricter guidelines, while expanding the number of drone strikes launched from Afghanistan to Somalia, soon dwarfing Obama's numbers. According to the British-based Bureau for Investigative Journalism, Obama carried out a total of 1,878 drone strikes in his eight years in office ... .
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The United States as a mass-killing machine

Alternet 13 Apr 2021
By the time you read this piece, it will already be out of date ... The Bureau of Investigative Journalism, which followed U.S. drone strikes for years, estimated that, in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Somalia, and Yemen, by 2019 such attacks had killed "between 8,500 and 12,000 people, including as many as 1,700 civilians — 400 of whom were children." ... .
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Three ways for Biden to finally begin an end of the War on Terror

Alternet 25 Mar 2021
The 2001 AUMF has been used to justify military engagements and drone strikes in Pakistan, Somalia, Syria, and Yemen among other places ... President Trump promptly watered down those stricter guidelines, while expanding the number of drone strikes launched from Afghanistan to Somalia, soon dwarfing Obama's numbers.
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Tri Cities Civil War Round Table welcomes world-renowned Kenneth Rutherford

Kingsport Times-News 06 Mar 2021
Rutherford began his international career in Africa as a Peace Corps volunteer in Mauritania, with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Senegal, and as a humanitarian relief officer in Kenya and Somalia. In 1993, he was working as a humanitarian relief officer in Somalia when he himself was injured by a landmine.
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