Written By:George Kithuka/Rose Welimo, Posted: Wed, May 30, 2012-The government has now announced that the Monday explosion that left scores of people injured was an act terror by Somalia's Al-Shabaab militia group.
“You’re not the boss of me. You can’t forbid me from wearing nail polish.” This was a young woman’s cry of anger in a shopping mall in Riyad, the capital of Saudi Arabia, last week. She yelled at members of the religious vice squad who had ordered her to leave because she was sporting a manicure.
By Nancy Pelosi, Special to CNN-April 3, 2012 -- Updated 1225 GMT (2025 HKT)-Editor's note: Nancy Pelosi is the Democratic leader of the House of Representatives in the 112th Congress. From 2007 to 2011, she was the first woman speaker of the House
Negotiators meet in Addis Ababa amid fresh exchange of allegations and a Sudanese troop pullout from contested region.-Last Modified: 30 May 2012 05:53-Negotiators for Sudan and South Sudan have held their first talks since deadly border fighting last month,
By AFP-Posted Wednesday, May 30 2012 at 12:41-LEIDSCHENDAM-A UN-backed war crimes court sentenced Liberia's former president Charles Taylor to 50 years' jail Wednesday for arming Sierra Leone rebels in return for "blood diamonds".
By Risdel Kasasira & John Njoroge (email the author) -Posted Wednesday, May 30 2012 at 00:00-Passports recovered from al Shabaab hideouts in Al fitri, 12kms, north of Mogadishu by the UPDF show that one of the terror group’s commanders travelled
BY BRAD MORGAN, 29 MAY 2012-Veteran striker Siyabonga Nomvethe was the big winner at South Africa's Premier Soccer League (PSL) Awards, held at GoldReefCity in Johannesburg on Sunday evening. He was named PSL Footballer of the Year, the Absa Player
Scripture:Mark 10:32-45-32 And they were on the road, going up to Jerusalem, and Jesus was walking ahead of them; Meditation: Was Jesus a pessimist or a stark realist? On three different occasions the Gospels record that Jesus predicted he would endure
By Millicent Mwololo email@example.com-Posted Tuesday, May 29 2012 at 18:00-When we finally meet Zipporah Lala, we cannot help but be amazed by her courage and resilience. You see, we had half-expected a broken woman filled with loathing
By David Kerr-Vatican City, May 28, 2012 / 09:06 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Pope Benedict is “suffering” but serene, despite the prosecution of his butler for stealing sensitive papal documents and the continuing police hunt to find any accomplices.