Posts Tagged ‘kenya’
Interview: Adjoa Anyimadu, Somalia researcher, Chatham House“Scepticism understandable”
Interview: Benedicte Goderiaux, Somalia researcher, Amnesty International“Foreign armies and proxy militias in Somalia must be held accountable”
Interview: Ali Rooble, protester“London conference on Somalia aims to conquer the country”
Ambience: Protest at London conference“Hands off Somalia!”
Two British citizens arrested by Kenyan police suspected of having ties to Somalia’s Al-Shabaab group are likely to be repatriated to the United Kingdom, Kenyan police told RFI on Tuesday. The men, one of Somali descent, one of Pakistani decent, are being interrogated in Nairobi after being stopped in the border town of Kiunga, north of the Lamu archipelago.
Interview: Charles Owino, Kenya’s deputy police spokesman
Kenyan soldiers reportedly crossed the border into Somalia on Sunday in pursuit of the Al-Shabaab militant group. A large presence of troops were seen in the area, backed by planes and helicopters, according to Kenyan border officials. This latest offensive against the hardline Muslim group follows a number of kidnappings in Kenya. Two Spanish aid workers were seized by gunmen from the Dadaab refugee camp on Thursday last week.
Interview: Ezekiel Mutua, Information Secretary, Kenyan government
In an exclusive interview with RFI, Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga on Thursday said that he and the government are opposed to leaving the International Criminal Court. This is despite a motion passed by lawmakers late Wednesday which urged Kenya to withdraw from the Rome Statute that established the ICC.
Interview: Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga