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Foreign, SNA forces raid Al-Shabaab base in Somalia
26-07-2016

A politician accuses Farah Abdulkadir of intervening clan leadership
26-07-2016

Al Shabaab beheads respected elder in southern Somalia
26-07-2016

Morocco and Somalia sign religious cooperation deal
25-07-2016

The new Mayor of Galkayo pledges to end insecurity
25-07-2016

Turkish embassy in Somalia to control Gulen-run schools
25-07-2016

Somalia: Huge blast targets AMISOM convoy, Two dead
24-07-2016

Allied troops raid militants base in southern Somalia
24-07-2016

Former Somali MP escapes car bombing in Mogadishu
24-07-2016

Al Shabaab raids AMISOM base near Somali capital
23-07-2016

'Shock' and 'anger' in Grand Forks after racist graffiti targets Somalians
Residents said they were shocked and disgusted Monday over racist graffiti that prompted a police investigation and calls for more discussion of race relations.
Somali community forms task force to address tensions
Members of the St. Cloud Somali community have assembled a task force of around 15 people to meet with St. Cloud school district officials and seek a "peaceful resolution" after ethnic tensions flared at Technical High School last week. Members of the task force could meet with Superintendent Willie Jett as early as Wednesday.
The Middle East Nuclear Race Is Already Under Way
While the U.S. and other world powers work to constrain Iran's nuclear program, five rival nations plan atomic programs
Red Cross wants more foreign-background blood donors
The Finnish Red Cross’ blood bank service wants to see more donors with foreign backgrounds rolling up their sleeves to give blood. They say that while suitable donors can be found in emergency situations, rare blood types can create complications in cases where patients require repeated or major transfusions.
Turkish model in Somalia focus of Daily Sabah's London panel
Turkey's increasing diplomatic involvement in Africa was discussed by the panel, "Turkish Foreign Policy in Somalia: Humanitarian or Strategic?" on Friday at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) at the University of London. The Daily Sabah Center for Policy Studies, the think tank extension of the Daily Sabah newspaper, organized the event in collaboration with the SOAS Somalia Society. Turkey's former ambassador to Mogadishu, Dr. Kani Torun, Muslim Charities Forum Chairman Abdurahman Sharif, and Jason Mosley from the Chatham House think tank participated in the conference.
Mo Farah breaks European half marathon record in Lisbon win
Double Olympic champion Mo Farah has won the Lisbon half marathon in a new European record time, becoming the first Briton to break 60 minutes.
2 killed in attack on market in southeastern Somalia
At least two people were killed and five others injured on Saturday in an attack with a grenade in Afgoye, a town of the southeastern Lower Shebelle region, a police official has said.
Somali families gather for vaccination education
Somali families gathered Saturday afternoon to learn more about the measles vaccine at an event hosted by CentraCare Health at Midtown Square Mall.
Chinese naval fleet returns from Somali waters
After more than seven months at sea, covering more than 110,000 nautical miles, a Chinese fleet wrapped up its escort mission on Thursday.
Saudi Arabia plans a $100 billion mega-city to help end its oil dependence
The Saudi government says it will build a brand-new city on its western coast the size of Washington, DC — at a cost of about $100 billion. It's not imaginatively named — it's known as the King Abdullah Economic City, pronouned "cake" (KAEC) for short — but Saudi rulers hope it will become a powerful new economic engine for the kingdom.
Ethiopia torches ivory stock, vows 'zero tolerance' to poachers
Ethiopia on Friday torched a six-tonne pile of seized elephant ivory, the country's entire stock, vowing a "zero tolerance" policy towards poachers and traffickers.


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Primary content on this page
Foreign, SNA forces raid Al-Shabaab base in Somalia
26-07-2016

A politician accuses Farah Abdulkadir of intervening clan leadership
26-07-2016

Al Shabaab beheads respected elder in southern Somalia
26-07-2016

Morocco and Somalia sign religious cooperation deal
25-07-2016

The new Mayor of Galkayo pledges to end insecurity
25-07-2016

Turkish embassy in Somalia to control Gulen-run schools
25-07-2016

Somalia: Huge blast targets AMISOM convoy, Two dead
24-07-2016

Allied troops raid militants base in southern Somalia
24-07-2016

Former Somali MP escapes car bombing in Mogadishu
24-07-2016

Al Shabaab raids AMISOM base near Somali capital
23-07-2016


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