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Twitter Reports Progress in Shutting Down ISIS Accounts
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Somalia beach attack: Survivor tells of ordeal at hands of al-Shabab
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Somali authorities identify suspect in jetliner blast
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Kenya: Four Somali nationals fined Sh5.5m each over illegal travel documents
05-02-2016

Rwanda recruiting refugees to oust Burundi president - UN
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Mystery deepens as investigation into blast in plane widens
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Uganda readies for tense presidential polls, but few doubt winner
04-02-2016

S.America holds crisis meeting as Zika ‘nightmare’ spreads
04-02-2016

Militant group Al Shabaab leading suspect in Somalia plane blast: U.S. government sources
04-02-2016

Obama makes first trip to US mosque
03-02-2016

Somali PM to face 'no confidence' vote, donors fear instability
MOGADISHU - Somalia's prime minister will face a 'no confidence' vote next week, a lawmaker said on Friday, as frustrated donors voiced concerns over another bout of political infighting which could slow an economic recovery from more than two decades of war.
Somali conservationist bags UNEP's Champion of the Earth Award
Fatima Jibrell, a Somali female environmentalist, won the 2014 UN Environmental Programme (UNEP)'s Champions of the Earth award for her fight against illegal charcoal trade in the Horn of African nation.
UN report: Leader's death won't end al-Shabab
Nairobi, Kenya - The killing of Ahmed Abdi Godane, the leader of Somalia's al-Shabab group - although significant - will not herald the end of East Africa's most dangerous organisation, said a confidential UN report that also warned of attacks in the region in coming months.
Somalia: Govt, UAE Sign New Treaty On Military Cooperation
Somali Federal Government has signed a military cooperation treaty with the United Arab Emirates which will allow re-equip and train Somali National Army.
Somalia: More Than 130 MPs Table a Motion of 'No Confidence' Against PM Abdiweli
Somali Parliamentarians have tabled a fresh motion against Prime Minister Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed on Thursday calling the Speaker of the Parliament to allow to open a parliamentary session to review the house's confidence on the Prime Minister and his cabinet.
Mogadishu raid nets 22 al-Shabaab members, 1 civilian killed
Somali security forces arrested 82 terror suspects, including 22 al-Shabaab militants, in a sweep of several Mogadishu neighbourhoods over the past few days, Ministry of National Security spokesperson Mohamed Yusuf Osman said Thursday (November 6th).
UN expert panel issues guidelines on rights of women asylum-seekers, refugees
The United Nations committee tasked with monitoring implementation of the global treaty to end all forms of discrimination against women has published a set of guidelines today to ensure that the challenges faced by women in situations of displacement and statelessness are addressed and their rights enforced.
No End in Sight for Somali Political Bickering
Somalia's political leaders are at loggerheads once again over the reorganization of the cabinet, prompting a warning from the United Nations to focus on building credible institutions to move the country forward. Analysts say the next year will be crucial for solidifying Somalia
Jeddah: Somali brothers among 3 killed in fire
Three people, including two Somali brothers, suffocated to death in a fire that broke out Thursday in a poor Jeddah neighborhood, said Col. Saeed Sarhan, Makkah Civil Defense spokesman.
Somali Presidential, PM Spat Imperils War-Torn Nation
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Feds brace for backlash over new immigration rules banning polygamous, forced marriages
The Harper government is bracing for international backlash to its proposed new law that would ban people in polygamous and forced marriages from immigrating to Canada, The Canadian Press has learned.


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Twitter Reports Progress in Shutting Down ISIS Accounts
06-02-2016

Somalia beach attack: Survivor tells of ordeal at hands of al-Shabab
06-02-2016

Somali authorities identify suspect in jetliner blast
06-02-2016

Kenya: Four Somali nationals fined Sh5.5m each over illegal travel documents
05-02-2016

Rwanda recruiting refugees to oust Burundi president - UN
05-02-2016

Mystery deepens as investigation into blast in plane widens
05-02-2016

Uganda readies for tense presidential polls, but few doubt winner
04-02-2016

S.America holds crisis meeting as Zika ‘nightmare’ spreads
04-02-2016

Militant group Al Shabaab leading suspect in Somalia plane blast: U.S. government sources
04-02-2016

Obama makes first trip to US mosque
03-02-2016


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