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A man who authorities say played a key role in funnelling young men from Minnesota to a terrorist group in Somalia has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.
Gunmen have shot dead two Kenyan policemen in the latest attack in the restive border region with war-torn Somalia, a top policeman says.
The United States has offered a five-million-dollar reward each for information leading to the arrest or conviction of two Al-Shabaab militants.
Seven people were shot dead by gunmen believed to be Al Shabaab militants in Liboi border town.
Police announced they will remain on a high alert throughout the festivities to curb terrorism threats and other criminal incidents.
We have fallen back on our security levels and our incursion into Somalia is not really meeting its full objective.
One person was wounded as a huge blast shook the predominantly Somali neighbourhood of Eastleigh, according to police reports.
Seven people were killed and many more wounded when an explosive device was hurled at a packed minibus in Eastleigh.
Security has been tightened in Mombasa and its environs following intelligence reports of impending terror attacks.
Kenyan security forces must end the abuse of residents in crackdowns and reprisal raids in the hunt for suspected backers of Al-Shabaab.
The Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) and those of Somalia have have captured Al Shabaab women’s leader in Kismayu port.
Police now say a man who surrendered resembles wanted terror suspect Hassan Owiti, but he is not the one sought over terror links.
At least 10 Kenyan police officers were injured when two grenades were hurled at them by suspected Al-Shabaab sympathisers in Mombasa.
Kenyan troops in Kismayu, Somalia have recovered bodies of two of their colleagues who were killed in the town by the Al Shabaab militants.
AU troops alongside Somali forces seized the formerly Islamist-held town of Wanla Weyn, the latest loss for the Al-Qaeda linked Shabaab fighters.
Somalia’s Shabaab insurgents on Monday banned the aid agency Islamic Relief, one of the very few groups who were able to work.
President Mwai Kibaki has once again assured Kenyans of security in the wake of several terror attacks in the country.
Kenyan troops crossed into Kismayu, the Al Shabaab militant group's last major bastion as part of a main offensive driving out the rebels.
KDF jets finally hit the terrorist Al Shabaab stronghold of Kismayu in Somalia, destroying a warehouse and the armoury at the main airport.
A KDF soldier with the AU force in Somalia killed six people, all thought to be civilians, when he fired on them, authorities said.
One of the two suspects arrested with a cache of firearms in Eastleigh last week has pleaded guilty to being a member of Al Shabaab.
Hundreds of residents have fled the southern Somali port of Kismayu after KDF shelled the town ahead of an expected ground operation.
Terror suspect Sheikh Said Abubakar Ahmed turned up at the Mombasa Law Courts to plead to charges related to the Mombasa riots.
PM Raila Odinga has called for the nation to come together to stop religious violence, after rioting sparked by the killing of a cleric.
Four police officers on patrol were seriously injured in yet another grenade attack in Mombasa.
An uneasy calm is in Mombasa, following the deadly clashes between police and youths over the killing of cleric as President Kibaki visits.
Somalia’s constituent assembly endorsed a draft constitution, billed as a key step to ending decades of civil war, and shortly after two suicide bombs blew.
It seems like we are witnessing the end of Al Shabab which has so terrorised large swathes of Somalia for such a long time, writes Prof Hussein Solomon.
The case against two terror suspects was postponed after they told the court that they were traumatized following a kidnap attempt at dawn.
Somalia's Al-Shabaab publicly executed 3 of its members, saying they had spied on the militants for the US and British intelligence agencies.
Investigations on the 2 suspects arrested in Kitale, highly suspected to be working for the Somali terror militia Al-shaabab are underway.
Three Kenyan police officers were killed in an ambush in north-eastern near the Somali border, the local police chief said.
Sea piracy worldwide fell by 54% in the first half of 2012, led by a dramatic drop in Somali piracy, an international maritime watchdog said.
The suspect of the Bella Vista grenade attack in Mombasa which left one person dead and scores injured was arraigned in court.
Two Kenyan aid workers and a Somali doctor were kidnapped in lawless northern Somalia, probably by pirates, authorities said.
A 25-year-old house-help has admitted before a Nairobi Court that she had sent death threats to Education Minister Mutula Kilonzo via sms.
From east to west Africa, a rise in Islamic extremism has led to a surge in deadly attacks and kidnappings by groups linked to al-Qaeda.
The United States placed sanctions on 6 alleged backers of Al-Qaeda-linked Al-Shabaab rebels in Somalia.
A Nigerian court accused two men of having links with al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula and of receiving funds from the militant group.
An additional 700 police officers have been deployed to Garissa and its environs to curb insecurity threats posed by Al Shabaab militants.
17 people are dead and dozens wounded in gun and grenade attacks on 2 churches in Garissa town near the border with Somalia, officials said.
US has strongly condemned the "heinous" attacks on churches in Kenya that left 17 people dead and dozens wounded in Garissa town.
Prime Minister Raila Odinga has ruled out pulling Kenyan troops from Somalia, saying it will be tantamount to surrendering to terrorism.
The US embassy in Kenya warned of the threat of an imminent attack in Mombasa as Kenyan police arrested two Iranians on suspicion of planning bomb attacks.
Witnesses say that hundreds of gun-toting al-Shabaab fighters have moved back into some Somali towns abandoned last week by Ethiopian troops.
Prime Minister Raila Odinga has appealed to the EU and US to help AMISOM wrest the port of Kismayu from Somalia’s Al Shabaab Islamists.
A price of KES 2.9 billion has been put on the heads of the leaders of Somali terrorist group Al-Shabaab by the United States government.
A US-based intelligence firm warned on Friday of an impending attack by Somalia’s Al-Shabaab, mainly targeting skyscrapers in Nairobi.
A loud blast rocked the Kenyan capital and television pictures showed a fire raging in a badly damaged building and crowds carrying a number of wounded people away from the site.
Newly released documents show that Osama bin Laden didn’t want the Somali militant group al-Shabaab to publicly announce a merger with al-Qaeda.
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