Called the Sentry, the enterprise wants to uncover the flow of money that bolsters armed conflict on the continent.
Greece has overtaken Italy as the main entry point for those seeking refuge or a better life in Europe.
Weekly arrivals of 5,000 migrants are putting Greece under enormous strain.
The Islamist militant group based in Somalia have carried out increasing attacks in surrounding countries
The men agreed with others to support the organization and its extremist agenda.
Ethnic divisions flare in Kenya in the wake of the al-Shabaab massacre which killed 148 people.
The UN is preparing for a "massive influx" of refugees to Djibouti and Somalia as fighting in Yemen escalates.
Military source says two al-Shabaab camps have been bombed in response to last week's massacre at a university.
The nearly 15-hour siege on the Garissa University College campus was the worst attack on Kenyan soil since the U.S. embassy was bombed in 1998.
The Pentagon said Tahliil Abdishakur's "death will significantly impact al Shabaab's ability to conduct attacks."
A Somali Islamist group leader, who has a $3 million bounty, has surrendered, according to a Somali government source and local media.
A spokesman of the militant group said it "targeted the enemies at a time they were celebrating Christmas."
Nearly 350,000 fled war and conflict by sea in 2014, the UN Human Rights Agency said Wednesday.
At least 36 non-Muslim workers were killed, including two being beheaded
Though operations continue in Pakistan and Yemen, Somalia has third consecutive drone-free month.
Gunmen ordered non-Muslims off a bus Saturday and shot 28 dead. Muslim passengers were spared.