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Somali Foreign Minister Discusses al-Shabab with VOA

Somalia FM Says His Country, Kenya Are on Good Terms

Security concerns aside, Abdusalam Hadliye Omer says two nations have 'a lot of good will and good relationships to build on' More

People sing as they attend a memorial concert at the "Freedom Corner" in Kenya's capital Nairobi, April 14, 2015, in memory of the Garissa university students who were killed by gunmen.

Somali Refugees Deny Camps Used to Train and Plan Terror

Kenyan leaders insist Somalia's Islamist militant group, al-Shabab, uses refugee camps to train and plan attacks in the country More

FILE - Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) guard the main gate of the Garissa University College compound that was the scene of a recent attack by al-Shabab gunmen, in Garissa, April 6, 2015.

Kenyan Governors Build Confidence to Secure Tip-offs on Islamists

With police accused of heavy-handed tactics, safe tip-offs seen as vital to stopping attacks More

A sales worker arranges chocolate products inside the Absolute Chocolate shop in Kenya's capital, Nairobi, March 20, 2015.

African Cocoa a Golden Ticket for Tanzania Chocolate Factory

West Africa produces 70 percent of world's cocoa, but most African chocolatiers forced to import key ingredients More

FILE - Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta delivers a speech at the Nyayo Nationa Stadium in Nairobi.

Kenya's Leaders Debate Whether to Keep Troops in Somalia

Leaders allied to government say pulling Kenyan troops from Somalia will not halt terrorist threats and will only appease al-Shabab militants More

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