As Power of Shabab Declines, Once Feared Fighters Leave Terror Group Behind
Bashir was a true believer, a foot soldier who recently quit after seeing too many innocents slaughtered.
Ahmed deserted the Shabab because he wanted a real family, not just a bunch of heavily armed, sociopathic militants who called themselves a
The U.N.'s representative in Somalia says he is concerned bribes are being paid to parliamentarians to vote to oust the prime minister. Somalia's president, a political rival, had a quick reply that could be summed up in two words: Butt out.
Somalia: A Ugandan and Ghanian Face Deportation Over Unauthorized Media Activities in Somalia
The Ministry of Information of the Federal Government of Somalia has officially ordered the deportation of two foreigners who were alleged to have entered the country illegally and engaged on unnoticed journalism activities in Mogadishu.
Somalia: MP Dahir Jesow Says Minister Godax Forms Illigitimate Administrations
Dahir Amin Jesow, the Deputy Chair of the Parliamentary Committee for Internal Affairs and Security said his committee members will soon send to the parliament a letter asking for a review on the position of the Interior Minister, Hon. Abdullahi Goodax Barre.