Kenya Extended The Closure Of Dadaab Refugee Camp For Six Months

Kenya has announced that it has extended the closing date of Dadaab refugee camp for six months, sparing 200,000 refugees to stay in its territory. The country took the measure after requested by UNHCR to do so. Kenya’s Interior Cabinet Secretary Joseph Nkaissery, stated that the “volatile security situation in […]

Withdraw From The ICC, Then What?

About 2 weeks ago, South Africa became the latest African country to indicate its intention to pull out of the ICC (International Criminal Court).[1] This happened just days after Burundi signed its intention to leave.[2] South Africa claimed it was leaving because being part of the ICC was incompatible with […]

Teaching Resumes at Kenyan University After Deadly Attack

  As of Monday, January 11th, classes have officially resumed at Kenya’s Garissa University College, nine months after armed militants stormed the campus grounds, killing 148 and injuring 77. The jihadist group Al Shabaab claimed responsibility for the attack where masked gunmen entered university dormitories in the early hours of […]