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Somali 'Shebab commanders' killed in African Union offensive: AU
African Union troops in Somalia said on Friday they had killed two "senior" commanders of the Al-Qaeda-linked Shebab insurgents, in the latest push of an offensive against the extremist fighters.
Kenyan Police Blame al-Shabaab Recruits for Attacks in Mombasa
Gangs recruited and trained by al-Qaeda affiliate al-Shabaab are behind a series of attacks in and around the Kenyan port city of Mombasa, a police official said.
Japan to post intelligence officer at SDF base in Djibouti
NAIROBI – The government plans to station an intelligence officer at the Self-Defense Forces base in Djibouti to deal with antipiracy operations and gather information on terrorist activities and other security matters, a source familiar with Japan-U.S. relations said Saturday.
In Loving Memory Of Sado Ali Warsame
Born in Buuhoodle in northwestern Somalia, Sado Ali Warsame was discovered in 1973 by Said Salah Ahmed, the esteemed Somali playwright, poet, and professor.
Somalis mark International Quds Day
Quds Day is a Universal Day and it is a day for the oppressed to rise and stand up against the arrogant. Locals in Somalia also came out on this day to express solidarity with Palestinians.
Uganda Army clarifies on Salary scam within UPDF in Somalia
The Uganda army has come out and clarified on a media report on a "scam" regarding payment of salaries of UPDF soldiers serving in Somalia on peace-keeping missions.
Terrorism a threat to African investment
Important growth economies in Africa are facing some of the world’s most extreme terrorist threats – which is sounding the alarm for investors to take their money elsewhere.
Minneapolis police outreach to Somali community offers a national model
Minneapolis police officer Mike Kirchen hopped off his bike on a recent afternoon and strolled through the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood, home to the largest Somali immigrant population in the United States.
Bristol late night noise blamed on khat ban
Late night noise in Bristol is "nothing to do with Ramadan" but is due to the recent ban on the drug khat, according to some in the city's Somali community.
Mass malnutrition threatens Somali capital Mogadishu
MOGADISHU - Over 350,000 people in Somalia's war-ravaged capital are in acute need of food aid as government and charities struggle to cope, the UN warned Saturday, with other cities also in crisis.
Somalia: Al Shabaab Ambushes Interim Juba Forces in Afmadow
Al Qeada inspired Al Shabaab militants in Somalia has fought against interim Juba administration forces in Shabaax locality of lower Juba region in southern Somalia.