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Somali workers accuse Owatonna, Minn. company of religious intolerance
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Somali, AU Forces Face Resurgent Al-Shabab
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Sen. Franken Condemns Reported Racial Profiling of Somali-Americans By Federal Transportation Security Admi...
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Minnesota policymakers, here's the right way to help Somali-Americans
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Fired Muslim workers claim discrimination at plant in Owatonna
28-04-2016

Kenya Builds Wall Along Somali Border to Keep Al-Shabaab Jihadists Out
28-04-2016

Report Finds Press Freedom Declines in Africa, World
27-04-2016

Drought conditions worsen in Puntland
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Somali refugee family arrives to make new beginning
27-04-2016

Somalia to hold general election this August
26-04-2016

Somali president arrives in Egypt for two-day official visit
The President of the Federal Republic of Somali, Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, and his high level delegation arrived in Cairo yesterday for bilateral talks with the Egyptian government.
Somali Islamist with $3 million U.S. bounty on head surrenders: Somali government source
A leader of Somali Islamist group al Shabaab, who has a $3 million U.S. bounty on his head, has surrendered, a Somali government official and local media said on Saturday, although the militants said he had long left their organisation.
'Captain Phillips' star Barkhad Abdi heads to 'Hawaii Five-0'
Captain Phillips star Barkhad Abdi has landed a guest-starring role on Hawaii Five-0.

The Oscar-nominated actor will play Roko Contee, a Congolese warlord who, at one time, was the most wanted man in the world. Although the character was allegedly killed during a 2011 bombing by the Zaire Air Force, the Five-0 team discovers that the rumors of his death were greatly exaggerated: Roko has been working as a taxi driver hiding in plain sight.
Djibouti will invest more than $ 9 billion dollars to build harbor infrastructures
Djibouti will invest more than $ 9 billion in three years in harbor infrastructures and related activities, announced the president of the Authorities of harbors and Free Zones of Djibouti, Abubaker Omar Hadi.
Dismantled al-Shabaab cells reveal group's inner workings
The Somali government can learn a number of lessons about al-Shabaab's plans and methodology from the captured members of three terror cells recently dismantled in Mogadishu, security analysts say.
UN condemns deadly attack on African Union base
The UN has condemned an attack on the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM), which resulted in the death of a number of AMISOM soldiers and civilian contractors.
Colonel Ali Aden Houmed relieved of his duties as AMISOM spokesperson
The Africa Union Mission in Somalia would like to clarify that Colonel Ali Aden Houmed is not a spokesperson for AMISOM.
Kenya's new anti-terror laws target Muslims
In recent times the Somali rooted Shabab has been increasing their attacks to civilians and as a result the government has passed new anti-terrorism legislation, approved by Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta. Many were against the new law especially those from Muslim countries and civil society organisations with the Kenyan government taking into account the criticism but making great effort to pass the legislation. It has reneged on the laws that were made in 2010, and has pulled back on the rights that it gave Muslims back then.
For Somalis, 2014 Marked by Political Instability Within Government
While Somalia has long been torn apart by warfare and violence, this year one of the country's biggest challenges has come from within the government, as political infighting curtails the country's progress, threatens security gains and disappoints the international community.
Five injured in suspected arson attack on a mosque in Sweden
Five people have been injured in an apparent arson attack on a mosque in Sweden. This comes amid an intense debate about immigration in the Scandinavian country.
Egypt, Somalia leaders to meet next week
Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi is expected to meet with Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamoud in Cairo next week, an Egyptian official has said.


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Somali workers accuse Owatonna, Minn. company of religious intolerance
29-04-2016

Somali, AU Forces Face Resurgent Al-Shabab
29-04-2016

Sen. Franken Condemns Reported Racial Profiling of Somali-Americans By Federal Transportation Security Admi...
29-04-2016

Minnesota policymakers, here's the right way to help Somali-Americans
28-04-2016

Fired Muslim workers claim discrimination at plant in Owatonna
28-04-2016

Kenya Builds Wall Along Somali Border to Keep Al-Shabaab Jihadists Out
28-04-2016

Report Finds Press Freedom Declines in Africa, World
27-04-2016

Drought conditions worsen in Puntland
27-04-2016

Somali refugee family arrives to make new beginning
27-04-2016

Somalia to hold general election this August
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