Djibouti government to give £3 million to Boreh as security for legal costs
Last week in the High Court in London, Mr Justice Julian Flaux, who has been sitting on the case for the last few years, ordered the Djiboutian government to provide a further £3 million to Mr Boreh as security for his legal costs after his recent win in the English Commercial Court.
How do we make life better for people living as refugees for generations?
It was once just a remote, semi-arid area of north-eastern Kenya, a nowhere land where droughts were frequent and visitors rare. But a quarter of a century after the first refugee camps were constructed in Dadaab, it has become the third largest population centre in the country and the largest refugee camp in the world.
Dahrio, a mother of three, lives in a camp for internally displaced people in Mogadishu, Somalia. Her community has always seen her as a strong, happy woman. But for three years her cheerful facade hid repeated, terrifying domestic abuse by her husband, a local policeman.
Here’s how the U.N. is working to stop terrorists from getting weapons of mass destruction
The past year’s national security news has been dominated once again by terrorism. Terrorist attacks in Paris, Mogadishu, Istanbul and Brussels — to name just a few — have been carried out by increasingly violent groups like Al-Shabaab, Boko Haram and the Islamic State.
Somaliland police arrest cleric for inciting violence
Police in the northern Somalia republic of Somaliland arrested a local religious leader in the capital Hargeisa on suspicion of inciting violence in the peaceful enclave which had enjoyed stability during Somalia’s decades-old conflict, official said on Tuesday.
British Army team in Somalia on UN peacekeeping duties
A British Army team has arrived in Somalia as part of a United Nations mission to counter Islamist militants.
An advance party of about 10 soldiers from Force Troop Command, 1 Div and Field Army training will support African Union peacekeeping efforts against the al-Shabab group.