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DusitD2 attack: Al-Shabaab now claims Nairobi assault meant to send message to US Kenya News

- Al-Shabaab had earlier claimed responsibility for the attack - The militant group later issued a statement indicating the attack was retaliation against US - They claimed they were reacting to decision by Trump to declare Jerusalem capital of Israel - Trump in December 2017 announced Jerusalem will be Israel's capital city - The American president also ordered for relocation of US Embassy to the new city - The move was criticised by the Palestine State and a majority of world leaders - Critics argued Trump's decision could jeopardise peace talks between Palestine and Israel - Palestine president demanded that America be disqualified as mediator as Islamic faction called for protest Barely two days after claiming responsibility for the Tuesday, January 15, terror attack at Dusit Hotel complex in 14 Riverside Drive, Nairobi, al-Shabaab now claims the assault was meant to send a message to the United States (US).

Tuko , Kenya Jan 17, 2019

Will China’s moon landing launch a new space race?

The consequences extend to the United States as the Trump administration considers global competition in space as well as the future of space exploration.

The Independent , Uganda Jan 17, 2019

19 people still missing after Dusit attack - Red Cross

Al Shabaab, a Somalia-based al Qaeda affiliate fighting to impose strict Islamic law, said it carried the assault on the upscale dusitD2 compound over US President Donald Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

The Star , Kenya Jan 17, 2019

Last 19 missing after Dusit attack now accounted for - Red Cross

Al Shabaab, a Somalia-based al Qaeda affiliate fighting to impose strict Islamic law, said it carried the assault on the upscale dusitD2 compound over U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

The Star , Kenya Jan 17, 2019

Pompeo’s North Korea counterpart arrives in Beijing

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and North Korean official Kim Yong Chol were expected to meet in the US capital on Friday to discuss a second summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

Punch , Nigeria Jan 17, 2019

19 people still missing after deadly militant attack in Kenya – Red Cross

Al Shabaab, a Somalia-based al Qaeda affiliate fighting to impose strict Islamic law, said it carried the assault on the upscale dusitD2 compound over U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

Vanguard News , Nigeria Jan 17, 2019

US shutdown after four weeks - food banks and job fairs

No sign of compromise By afternoon on Wednesday, there was no sign of a breakthrough in the faceoff between US President Donald Trump and Democrats in Congress, which led to the partial shutdown of the government on December 22.

News 24 , South Africa Jan 17, 2019

Nineteen people still missing after deadly militant attack in Kenya - Red Cross

REUTERS/Njeri Mwangi Al Shabaab, a Somalia-based al Qaeda affiliate fighting to impose strict Islamic law, said it carried the assault on the upscale dusitD2 compound over U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

Reuters , Africa Jan 17, 2019

Nineteen people still missing after deadly militant attack in Kenya -Red Cross

REUTERS/Njeri Mwangi Al Shabaab, a Somalia-based al Qaeda affiliate fighting to impose strict Islamic law, said it carried the assault on the upscale dusitD2 compound over U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

Reuters , Africa Jan 17, 2019

Vietnam prepares for Kim Jong Un visit amid talk of second summit with Trump

HANOI (Reuters) - Hanoi is preparing to receive North Korean leader Kim Jong Un for a state visit, two sources told Reuters, while officials and diplomats said Vietnam is keen to host a second summit between Kim and U.S. President Donald Trump.

Reuters , Africa Jan 17, 2019