Why would anybody want to leave a nice, safe place like Syria or Somalia?
The legitimate president is still in exile, and the Houthis haven’t gone home either. The remainder of the country is now ruled by Al Qaeda or ISIS.
'Make no mistake, these migrants are like cockroaches,' writes one columnist.
They don’t get tired, they don’t get paralyzed with fear, and if you lose them, so what? It’s just a machine. There’s no person in there. But that’s precisely the problem.
Buhari's back for Round 2 as president of the most populous African nation.
The alleged Iranian nuclear threat provided the basis for a decade and more of political quarantine.
If the coalition bombs the Houthis out of Aden, but does not commit ground troops of its own, the real winners will be al-Qaeda.