When Aden Haji was 8 years old, he and his family were on the cover of the Burlington Free Press. Haji and his parents, two siblings and uncle were the first Somali Bantu refugees to resettle in Vermont, on July 23, 2003. They left their refugee camp in Kenya and traveled for two days before arriving at Burlington International Airport, where a welcoming party greeted the family and gave them small American flags.
President Paul Kagame and the First Lady Jeannette Kagame this morning arrived Djibouti for a two-day State visit, as Rwanda looks to strengthen ties with the country in the Horn of Africa.
All nine children were unvaccinated, state health officials say
Born in Somalia and raised in Britain, Farah has lived in the US since 2011. The distance runner reveals why he was nervous about returning following Trump’s immigration order and the trauma of being separated from his twin
MOGADISHU, April 15 (Xinhua) -- More than 100 Al-Shabaab militants including 20 commanders are believed to have been killed in southern Somalia by U.S. air strikes early Saturday, residents and officials said.