'Young women were refusing to get married unless a fortune was spent on wedding gold and household furnishings,' says community leader
Blast blows roofs and doors off nearby buildings
The cab driver allegedly threatened to take her hijab off
Brief occupation of port city is an indication of Isis's growing boldness in Horn of Africa, much to the annoyance of the established insurgency of al-Shabaab
Presidential candidate says suspects attempted to use 'weapons of mass destruction'
The group said they wanted to ‘wake people up’ and inspire other militia groups to act
Rare insight into heavily restricted camp on Kenya-Somalia border finds very few residents willing to return home
China, Iran, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia execute the highest number of people
The al-Qaeda-linked terror group has admitted that they are responsible for the attack
Map shows 'aspiring branches' in Mali, Egypt, Somalia, Bangladesh, Indonesia and the Philippines
Police said gunmen stormed the Criminal Investigation Department headquarters after two car bombs exploded outside
The first attacker detonated a car bomb and the second tried to storm the base on foot
The top ten most corrupt nations will receive £421 million in British aid this year
'The Kenyan government’s most pressing constitutional and moral responsibility is to ensure the security of its citizens from the risk of violent attack. Our intelligence and security forces have known for a long time that these camps are a dire threat to our people’s security'
Reports say the refugees were fleeing to Italy from Somalia, Ethiopia and Eritrea
The woman of Somali descent was wearing a headscarf and had just asked her neighbour if he could let her sit in the aisle seat