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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

KDF pound Al Shabaab Stronghold in Somalia
23-07-2016

Two Al Shabaab suspects killed in Mombasa – police
23-07-2016

Somali president meets with U.S. military officials
22-07-2016

Kenya: Three dead in attack on Mandera Governor Ali Roba's convoy
At least three people, including two policemen, died on Friday in an attack on Mandera County Governor Ali Roba’s convoy on the Mandera-Arabia road.
IGAD to establish international arbitration center in Djibouti
The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD), which consists of member states Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, and Uganda, will establish an international arbitration center in Djibouti focused on resolving business disputes in the region. The decision to create the center was made at the General Assembly of IGAD’s Business Forum held on February 14-15, 2015, in Djibouti.
Mombasa Police stations have turned into ATMs, says Marwa
Mombasa County Commissioner Nelson Marwa and County Police Commander Robert Kitur clashed over the rising crime in Mombasa, after Marwa blamed law enforcement agents and their leaders for the upsurge.
Blocking wire transfers could spark a humanitarian crisis in Somalia
Somali-Americans in Minnesota and across the United States are again facing problems sending money to relatives still living in east Africa.
Somalia: People with disabilities exploited, raped and abused
More than two decades of conflict, inadequate health services and discrimination have left people with disabilities in Somalia at risk of forced marriage, violence, rape and repeated forced evictions, said Amnesty International in a new briefing published today.
UN envoy condemns attack that killed security personnel, civilian bystanders
The United Nations envoy in Somalia has strongly condemned yesterday's attack in Baidoa town in the Interim South West Administration, which resulted in the death and injury of security personnel and civilian bystanders.
Somali chairman clarifies on ID registration for Somalis
Kampala Deputy RCC Allan Kajik chats with Somali Community in Uganda chairman Hussein Hassan Abukar during a recent security meeting in Kisenyi. PHOTO/Patrick Jaramogi
AU, UN officials meet in Ethiopia to discuss security challenges in Africa
Officials from the African Union Peace and Security Council (AUPSC) and the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) on Thursday held an annual meeting in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa to discuss security challenges facing Africa.
Somalia Needs Markets, Not Cash
Somalia’s economic recovery is finally getting into shape. The country now requires true economic partners that can increase its export volumes. Somalia requires real partners who can sustain its economic growth and development. It requires an expansion of the few existing markets, and creation of new ones. The country’s economy is in dire need of a true trade partner.
A new homeland: OSU advisor's return to his native Somalia reveals a nation on the rebound
Ismail Warsame still bears a scar over his eyebrow from when he was 6 years old living in Beledweyne, Somalia, and he woke up to a 7-foot warhead plowing through his house and exploding next door — killing several people.
Canada could end up treating Muslims as it did Jews in the ’30s and ’40s
In a dramatic speech Tuesday evening, the leader of Canada's Liberal Party, Justin Trudeau, criticized the Canadian government for its rhetoric over the threat of Islamist-related terrorism – and compared the country's treatment of its Muslim minorities with restrictive policies against Jews prior to and during World War II.


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Primary content on this page
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

KDF pound Al Shabaab Stronghold in Somalia
23-07-2016

Two Al Shabaab suspects killed in Mombasa – police
23-07-2016

Somali president meets with U.S. military officials
22-07-2016


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