[Capital FM] Nairobi -Kenya’s tactic to dethrone star Mo Farah at his own backyard was dashed as Paul Tanui settled for bronze in a race that saw the home grown favourite successfully defend the men’s 10,000m and light up the Olympic Stadium on the opening day of the IAAF London World Championships on Friday night.
[VOA] A Minnesota judge has handed jail sentences to nine men, most of them Somali-American, who conspired to provide material support to Islamic State.
[Shabelle]Las’anod -Unidentified assailants in Las’anod town, northern Somalia have shot to death on Tuesday night a TV journalist, bringing the toll to 16 deaths since the start of 2012.
[Shabelle]Mogadishu -The new prime minister of Somalia’s fledgling government Abdi Farah Shirdon Saaid has promised to tackle corruption, misuse of power and internal disputes in the previous governments.
[Capital FM]Nairobi -Kenya’s wait for men 10000m Olympics glory will spill over to 48 years after Britain’s Mo Farah won the thrilling London 2012 final on Saturday, giving the host nation their third athletics gold medal of Saturday night.