NAIROBI, Kenya — U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton
pledged Thursday to expand U.S. support for Somalia's weak interim
government and threatened sanctions against neighboring Eritrea for
aiding an extremist group she said is trying to launch worldwide
terrorist attacks from Somalia.
TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) — Sudan's president visited his third
country in four days Thursday, this time touching down in Libya,
the latest nation to welcome the leader who's wanted by an
international court on war crimes charges.
UNITED NATIONS — Djibouti, a key U.S. ally in the Horn of
Africa, warned the U.N. Thursday that Eritrea's occupation of
Djibouti territory on their border overlooking critical Red Sea
shipping lanes could lead to war if the dispute isn't quickly
Somalia's new hard-line opposition leader promised Friday to
pacify his shattered country through Islamic law, warning U.N.
peacekeepers they will face attack if they deploy and support the