The DFL caucus that ended in a brawl and sent a woman to the hospital earlier this month is at the center of allegations that threats and bullying were used to disrupt the political process and that some people were paid to attend the caucus. MinnPost has learned that the day before the Cedar-Riverside caucus, Warsame told another council member, Andrew Johnson, that he should warn his aide to stay away from the caucus or there could be trouble for her. Warsame is supporting longtime incumbent DFL Rep.
Posted October 21, The death toll in Somalia's deadliest attack has risen towhile dozens remain missing from the twin blast in the capital city. Somalia's President will announce a "state of war" against the al-Shabab extremist group blamed for the bombing, the Prime Minister said.
Hodan Nalayeh, a Somali-Canadian journalist who built a career telling uplifting stories of the Somali community, has died in a hotel attack in Somalia, according to local media. Nalayeh and her husband, Farid Jama Suleiman, were killed after gunmen stormed a hotel in the port city of Kismayo on Friday, according to Mogadishu-based independent radio station Radio Dalsan. At least 26 people were killed in the attack, which a Somali official said started with a suicide car bomb before gunmen stormed the Asasey Hotel.
Kartsen Nordal Hauken, a member of Norway's Socialist Left Party, was raped by the man in his own home, leading him to "become numb" for years as he turned to alcohol and marijuana to forget the horrific atrocity. His shock admission comes amid a growing public debate over the cost of mass migration across Scandinavia following a series of high-profile migrant sex attacks. Sharing his story in a letter with Swedish broadcaster, NRKas part of documentary series I against Me, Mr Hauken told how police "ransacked" his room for evidence, securing DNA and fingerprints, after he took himself to hospital following the incident. It took six months for the rapist to be charged with attacking the politician, and he was only caught when he was arrested for having a knife in a public place.
NAIROBI Supporters and opponents of gay rights said on Friday they accepted a decision by Kenya's High Court to delay for another three months a ruling on whether to strike down a colonial-era law banning gay sex. There was no immediate claim of responsibility. NAIROBI Gunmen blasted their way into a hotel and office complex in the Kenyan capital on Tuesday, killing at least 15 people and sending workers diving under desks to escape an attack claimed by Somalia-based Islamist group al Shabaab.
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Moscow — Russian authorities should urgently and effectively investigate the break-in at the home of an LGBT rights activist and the death threats he and his colleagues have received, Human Rights Watch said today. From February to Aprilpolice in Chechnya rounded up men they suspected of being gay, held them in secret locations for days or even weeks, and tortured, humiliated, and starved them, forcing them to hand over information about other men who might be gay. In earlypolice in Chechnya carried out a new round of unlawful detentions, beatings, and humiliation of men they presume to be gay or bisexual.
A group of Minneapolis teenagers have found themselves making headlines after publishing a video of themselves pushing people over in the street. Identified as of Somali origin, the pranksters will, our observer explains, only add fuel to the fire for the local anti-Somali press. The six-minute-video was posted on YouTube by "madbi" on 17 November.
Alex Jones born February 11is an American radio host, author, conspiracy theorist and documentary filmmaker. These are people that had gay sex hundreds of times in coffins, begging for spiritual entities to possess them. I will go to hell before I sit here and watch this country and the world turned over to these savages!
Somali security forces Friday ended the al-Shabab siege of a residential building in Mogadishu after battling the militants for almost 24 hours. An unknown number of al-Shabab militants had remained holed up in a building near a hotel in Mogadishu since Thursday. VOA's reporter on the scene says government security forces cordoned off the entire area and began collecting dead bodies, barring journalists from getting close to the building that was under siege. The death toll from Thursday's twin car bombs in the area has climbed to more than 30 people, according to admission records from three hospitals.