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An obituary that shocked the nation and a hasty funeral to send Elizabeth Ngotho to her grave.
KDF used one of its tactical gun carriers to carry the casket from Lee Funeral Home to Parliament Buildings.
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One of the suspects recruited by the group opened a number of bank accounts in the name of Mikael Abdurahman Ibrahim and had been receiving substantial amounts of money from Al-Shabaab cells based in Kenya, Minnesota and Somaliland, NISS said.
Last week, military intelligence agencies in eastern Africa met in Addis Ababa and consulted on regional security, terrorism and other issues of common concern.
The forum was attended by officials from Ethiopia, Djibouti, Sudan, South Sudan, Somalia, Tanzania and Uganda.
The meeting stressed the need for continued vigilance and concerted efforts among the regional countries to strengthen cooperation in combating security challenges, while also taking stock of the implementation status of the conclusions and recommendations of their previous meeting.
Africa Show plans Ethiopian authorities have arrested 34 suspected Al-Shabaab members and foiled terror attacks.
It said the two were recruiting and conducting training, including how to prepare home-made mines.
Afar regional spokesperson Ahmed Koloyta, the regional police commissioner Ahmed Harif and government spokesperson Legesse Tulu could not be reached for comment.
Fighting in northern Ethiopia, which began in November 2020 in the Tigray region and spilled over into Afar last year, has eased since the federal government declared a ceasefire last month, saying it would allow humanitarian aid to enter.
The United Nations has blamed bureaucracy and insecurity for blocking convoys and said at least 100 trucks of aid are needed to enter Tigray every day.
Only 144 trucks have made it in since the ceasefire was announced a month ago, according to the U.