U.S. Sends Troops Back To SomaliaThe United States pulled out of Somalia after 1993, when two helicopters were shot down in the capital.
Minnesotans Urged To Help Millions Struggling Amid East Africa FamineTwin Cities leaders of several nonprofits made a public plea Tuesday for help from Minnesotans.
With Travel Ban In Limbo, Family Returns To Minnesota From SomaliaOn Thursday morning, the fate of President Donald Trump's controversial travel ban remained in the hands of three judges in a federal appeals court.
4-Year-Old Somali Girl, Set To Be Reunited With Family, Barred From U.S.Samira Dahir has not seen her daughter since she was just a few months old.
House Democrats Seek More Funding To Combat TerrorHouse Democrats say more funding is needed to combat terror recruiting in Minnesota. The large Somali community in Minneapolis has made it a primary target for terrorism recruitment -- and the federal government's anti-terrorism efforts.
Finding Minnesota: Karmel PlazaMany in the Somali community turn to the Karmel Plaza in Minneapolis for traditional clothing, food and other goods. Known as the Somali mall, most of the customers and business owners are of east African descent but all are welcome.
Terror Recruitment Video Highlights 'Minnesota Martyrs'A new video, aimed at recruiting jihad fighters, highlights Minnesotans who have left to fight with terrorists. Al-Shabaab released the 50-minute video Friday which was similar to past propaganda videos, featuring high-quality graphics and video editing to glorify fighting overseas.
Minnesota Expected To Exceed Refugee Numbers In 2016Minnesota is expected to get more refugees in 2016 than it has in any year in the past decade. The reported increase is a ripple effect of the migration wave sweeping the Middle East and Europe.
10th Minn. Man Charged With Helping Others Join ISIS Due In CourtA tenth Minnesota man charged with providing material to support terrorists in Syria and Iraq is set to appear in court Thursday morning.
Minn. Man Who Urged Jihad Surrenders In SomaliaA Minnesota man charged with recruiting terrorists is in custody in Africa. A State Department spokesperson tells WCCO Muhammed Abdullah Hassan, known as Mujahid Miski online, turned himself in Somalia.
8th Circuit Won't Rehear Minnesota Women's Terror CaseThe 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals won't rehear the appeal of two Minnesota women convicted of conspiring to funnel money to a terror group in Somalia.
Docs Show How Minnesotans Were Allegedly Recruited By ISISCourt documents provide new details on how seven young Minnesota men were apparently recruited to join the Islamic State.