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Somalia Anticipating Liberation of More Shabaab Controlled Areas
19-10-2014

Parents in a British school threatens to pull children out over teachers trip to Kenya fearing Ebola
19-10-2014

Somalia: A New Booklet On Apostasy in Islam Has Rattled Extremist Somali Clerics
19-10-2014

Ethiopia: Country Protected from Possible al-Shabab Attacks
19-10-2014

UN: Somalis Need Food, Not Just Security Improvements
19-10-2014

Police officer shot dead in Kenya's northern border
19-10-2014

Somali Minister of Interior on Mozambique Election Observation Mission
19-10-2014

Volunteers needed for Kids Voting Minneapolis
19-10-2014

Fears black market will flourish as Aussie banks stop Somalia remittances
18-10-2014

The AU Establishes a Team to Investigate Allegations of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse by the AMISOM
18-10-2014

China to reopen Somalia embassy, sees strong ties
BEIJING---- China will reopen its embassy in Somalia after signs the East African country was making progress in its efforts to restore peace decades after the end of its civil war, the foreign ministry said on Monday.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said China will send a team to Somalia on July 1 to reopen the embassy, which was closed in 1991 as Somalia descended into chaos.

"China's reopening of the embassy in Somalia is a signal that China attaches great importance to relations with Somalia," Hong said at a daily briefing.

Once written off as a failed state, Somalia now has its most legitimate government for decades since President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud's election in 2012, but the government still struggles to exert influence beyond the capital and is plagued by recent attacks by al Shabaab.

China's announcement comes just over three weeks after the United States said it will appoint a new ambassador to Mogadishu for the first time since closing its embassy there 23 years ago.

Britain and Turkey have both opened embassies in Somalia and other countries, including Iran, are also vying for influence in the Horn of Africa nation.

China has made major investments in Africa, mainly in the natural resources sector. Africans broadly see China as a healthy counterbalance to Western influence but, as ties mature, there are growing calls from policymakers and economists for more balanced trade relations.

 
Primary content on this page
Somalia Anticipating Liberation of More Shabaab Controlled Areas
19-10-2014

Parents in a British school threatens to pull children out over teachers trip to Kenya fearing Ebola
19-10-2014

Somalia: A New Booklet On Apostasy in Islam Has Rattled Extremist Somali Clerics
19-10-2014

Ethiopia: Country Protected from Possible al-Shabab Attacks
19-10-2014

UN: Somalis Need Food, Not Just Security Improvements
19-10-2014

Police officer shot dead in Kenya's northern border
19-10-2014

Somali Minister of Interior on Mozambique Election Observation Mission
19-10-2014

Volunteers needed for Kids Voting Minneapolis
19-10-2014

Fears black market will flourish as Aussie banks stop Somalia remittances
18-10-2014

The AU Establishes a Team to Investigate Allegations of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse by the AMISOM
18-10-2014






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