"Sometimes it's not what you say, but how you say it."
At the risk of breaking protocol, Azita Raji urges Haley not to be an apologist for current policy.
Officials say Washington's ban left Baghdad feeling betrayed, while the anti-ISIS coalition has also taken a hit.
The Al-Qaeda affiliate launched the attack on an African Union base in southern Somalia this morning.
The hotel is popular with government officials and journalists.
The al-Qaeda-linked group claimed to have held the soldier since September 2015.
The violence of ISIS and Al-Qaeda affiliates threatens to spread far beyond Nigeria and Somalia.
NGO report alleges that Muslims have been unfairly targeted by Kenya's counter-terrorism operations.
Ilhan Omar said cab driver in Washington, D.C. threatened to remove her hijab.
The Somali attacker had criticized the media for its portrayal of Muslims.
The U.S. intervention in Somalia is not remembered fondly, but it saved thousands of lives.
The troubled country is holding crucial parliamentary and presidential elections.
The ex-U.K. foreign minister speaks to Newsweek after Kenya postponed its closure of the refugee camps.
The Republican candidate went after Somali Americans in Minnesota on Sunday.
Islamist militants groups are responsible for many of the journalist killings, said the Committee to Protect Journalists.
A small faction of ex-Al-Shabab militants pledged allegiance to ISIS in 2015.
Sailors recount their ordeal after landing in Kenya following successful release negotiations.
How should we retaliate for the missile strikes against U.S. ships?
Hamza Mohamed, a British national, was arrested in Somalia's capital Tuesday.
The current Somali prime minister is running for the presidency in October's election.
Girls' work "is less visible and often undervalued," according to UNICEF.
Even if ISIS is crushed, any celebration should be short-lived.
Mohamud is running for re-election this fall.