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Homeland Security to Look Into Claim ThatSomali-Americans Were Targeted
06-05-2016

Palm oil pushes global food prices up in April; cereal production outlook improves – UN
06-05-2016

Puntland sec. minister wounded as soldiers clash In Bossaso
06-05-2016

Djibouti government to give £3 million to Boreh as security for legal costs
05-05-2016

How do we make life better for people living as refugees for generations?
05-05-2016

Intelligence Official: Islamic State Growing in Somalia
05-05-2016

Can an app tackle domestic violence in Somalia?
05-05-2016

Here’s how the U.N. is working to stop terrorists from getting weapons of mass destruction
04-05-2016

A despicable press conference; Peter Dutton hit a low today
04-05-2016

Somaliland police arrest cleric for inciting violence
04-05-2016

Interactive Dialogue with the Independent Expert on Somalia
The initial report of the United Nations Independent Expert on Somalia highlights the need for the Somali government to convert positive rhetoric and plans - notably in the areas of justice and security sector reform - into concrete action.
The human rights situation in Somalia, particularly in the south-central region, remains dire. Civilians continue to bear the brunt of the conflict. According to the UN, 120,000 Somalis have been displaced since the beginning of 2014, primarily as a result of insecurity and fighting between the new joint Somali-African Union military force and Al-Shabaab militants.

In Mogadishu, which is largely under government control, the population continues suffer human rights abuses, including by the Somali security forces. The government has failed to protect the capital


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Primary content on this page
Homeland Security to Look Into Claim ThatSomali-Americans Were Targeted
06-05-2016

Palm oil pushes global food prices up in April; cereal production outlook improves – UN
06-05-2016

Puntland sec. minister wounded as soldiers clash In Bossaso
06-05-2016

Djibouti government to give £3 million to Boreh as security for legal costs
05-05-2016

How do we make life better for people living as refugees for generations?
05-05-2016

Intelligence Official: Islamic State Growing in Somalia
05-05-2016

Can an app tackle domestic violence in Somalia?
05-05-2016

Here’s how the U.N. is working to stop terrorists from getting weapons of mass destruction
04-05-2016

A despicable press conference; Peter Dutton hit a low today
04-05-2016

Somaliland police arrest cleric for inciting violence
04-05-2016


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