- Newsmax6 days ago
War-torn countries such as Libya, Syria, Somalia, and Yemen simply cannot provide our government with accurate records or intelligence on their citizens who seek to enter our country.
- BBC News7 days ago
It was the largest loss of American military life in Africa since the "Black Hawk Down" killings in Somalia 25 years ago.
UK ‘complicit in killing civilians and risks being prosecuted over illegal drone operations’, major report suggestsMSN News2 days ago
A two-year probe by the All Party Parliamentary Group on Drones revealed that the number of operations facilitated by the UK in Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Pakistan and Somalia has been growing ...
- The Nation2 days ago
Last May, a Navy SEAL was killed and two other US personnel were wounded in a raid in Somalia that the Pentagon described as an “advise, assist, and accompany” mission.
- The National Interest via Yahoo News12 hours ago
Although President Donald Trump has taken credit for the defeat of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) in its self-proclaimed capitals in Mosul, Iraq, and Raqqa, Syria, he has wisely ...
- ABC7 News16 hours ago
Lyanne Melendez joined ABC7 in June 1994 as a general assignment reporter. Melendez brings years of experience to ABC7 along with numerous honors and awards which reflect her accomplished career ...
- UPI17 hours ago
The Department of Homeland Security is expected to decide whether to cancel or extend protected status for hundreds of Somalis living in the U.S. by Thursday, and experts warn revoking the protection ...
- Air Cargo World18 hours ago
Today, at the Farnborough International Airshow, Dubai-based unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) company Falcon Drones Technology and Nairobi-based cargo carrier Astral Aviation agreed that the airline ...
- RadioTimes1 day ago
1. It takes 120 days over a six-month period to film a complete series of Call the Midwife. Over that time, the show’s caterers serve around 30,000 meals to cast and crew. 2. The show always ...
- Daily Telegraph1 day ago
War, disease, famine and death – but are we right to be pessimistic about human health around the world? We look at data dispelling the myths about the state of global health.