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Case of Somali shop owner accused of killing Soweto boy delayed
27-01-2015

Somali parliament warns PM over ministers’ recall
27-01-2015

Suspect in Somali teen's death makes court appearance
27-01-2015

Qatar Red Crescent to extend charity mission to Somalia
27-01-2015

Somalis begin 3,862 km journey home from Swaziland by foot
27-01-2015

Uganda sued in landmark medical 'brain drain' case
27-01-2015

Family, Police Identify 13-Year-Old Boy Killed In Eagan
27-01-2015

President Hassan Sheikh: “We welcome our Turkish friends back to Somalia”
26-01-2015

Turkish president in Somalia to launch development projects
26-01-2015

Fox News 'Muslim Birmingham' claim prompts faith rally
26-01-2015

Background: The Somalian deportees thwarted by their unusual dialect
Every year hundreds of Somalis claim asylum in Britain, many of whom are fleeing the threat of Islamic militants.

The UK Government acknowledges that the country remains too dangerous to return people to areas outside the capital, Mogadishu, but even there the situation is far from safe. The Home Office’s own guidance states that the city’s four main hospitals treated 4,412 people for weapons injuries last year.

The Islamic terror group Al-Shabaab, which was responsible for an assault on the presidential palace in February in which a government official died, has also warned that individuals returning from the West would be targeted as infidels.

Some of those fleeing Somalia are Bajunis, who live on the islands off the country’s south coast. As they speak a specific dialect, Swedish linguistics firm Sprakab has often been called in to determine whether those claiming to come from the islands are genuine.

Because the Bajuni dialect is very unusual, they have trouble communicating with Sprakab’s analysts, who may assume they are lying. A faulty analysis may result in them being mistakenly deported to Tanzania or Kenya.

 
Primary content on this page
Case of Somali shop owner accused of killing Soweto boy delayed
27-01-2015

Somali parliament warns PM over ministers’ recall
27-01-2015

Suspect in Somali teen's death makes court appearance
27-01-2015

Qatar Red Crescent to extend charity mission to Somalia
27-01-2015

Somalis begin 3,862 km journey home from Swaziland by foot
27-01-2015

Uganda sued in landmark medical 'brain drain' case
27-01-2015

Family, Police Identify 13-Year-Old Boy Killed In Eagan
27-01-2015

President Hassan Sheikh: “We welcome our Turkish friends back to Somalia”
26-01-2015

Turkish president in Somalia to launch development projects
26-01-2015

Fox News 'Muslim Birmingham' claim prompts faith rally
26-01-2015


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