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We’re not out of the woods yet, says Somali minister
31-10-2014

Sweden Officially Recognizes Palestinian State; Israel Upset
31-10-2014

Indian sailors released by Somali pirates
31-10-2014

UN chief Ban Ki-moon lauds Somali refugees in Dadaab camp
31-10-2014

African Union hits back at Somalia rape claims
31-10-2014

Somali police commissioner dies in Mogadishu
31-10-2014

Local Somali community says it's under scrutiny
31-10-2014

Somali official accuses Foreign Ministry of hijacking diaspora event
31-10-2014

Somali government co-ordinates aid distribution in former al-Shabaab-held areas
31-10-2014

Somali community desperate for Westpac money transfer reprieve
31-10-2014

Somalia: Hasan Mohamud Extends Al-Shabaab Amnesty Offer for 60 Days
Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud on Monday (October 27th) extended by 60 days the government's offer of amnesty for al-Shabaab fighters who surrender to the government, Radio Mogadishu reported.
Al-Shabaab loses 8 Somali towns since Sept.: AMISOM
AMISOM head Maman Sidikou said that Al-Shabaab militants now only control Jamaame, Jilib, Buale and Sakow in Middle Juba Region, Diinsor in Bay region and Bardere in Gedo region.
Terrorist threats facing the oil and gas industry to be addressed at the EA Energy Infrastructure Security Forum
The Government of Somalia has recently pledged to liberate areas of the state controlled by the terrorist organisation Al-Shabaab; however the threat posed by this group is now too far reaching to be effectively suppressed without international action.
Ships warned that piracy still exists
Merchant vessels and yachts have begun sailing dangerously close to a still volatile Somali coastline posing a threat to the crew and ships.
Risking Life to Run for Presidency in Somalia
She is quite, warm and usually carries herself with a smile. From her looks, one’s first guess would be that she is a model. Well she was once a model as a young woman, but has spent most of her adult life working with the United Nations in various countries. And now, Fadumo Dayib, 42, a Master in Public Administration student at Harvard Kennedy School is eying Somalia’s presidency.
Uganda Sends Fresh Troops to Somalia
Uganda has started sending 2,700 new troops to war-torn Somalia, a military spokesman said on Tuesday, as African Union peacekeeping troops continue efforts to stabilize the nation.
Colorado father was anguished when daughter fled to join Islamic State
As soon as the father of a 16-year-old Arapahoe County girl realized his daughter's passport was nowhere to be found, he knew something was seriously wrong.
Somali President Extends Amnesty to al-Shabab Fighters
The president of Somalia says his country will again offer amnesty to al-Shabab fighters who denounce the terrorist organization and its ideology.
Al-Shabab Terrorists Pushed From Last Somali Stronghold
The terrorist group al-Shabab has been pushed out of its last stronghold in Somalia, the coastal city of Barawe. African Union forces and Somali soldiers liberated it in their latest military victory.
Boat migrants in EU's hands as Italy weighs future of rescue mission
The EU will launch a patrol mission in the Mediterranean on Saturday amid warnings the number of boat migrant deaths could rise with Italy mulling pulling the plug on its own rescue mission.
Toronto school board sets higher improvement targets for students based on race, sexual orientation
For the first time in Ontario, a school board has set a different — and higher — target for raising the marks of students who are black, Spanish-speaking, aboriginal, Portuguese, gay or lesbian, than the target for its students overall.

 
Primary content on this page
We’re not out of the woods yet, says Somali minister
31-10-2014

Sweden Officially Recognizes Palestinian State; Israel Upset
31-10-2014

Indian sailors released by Somali pirates
31-10-2014

UN chief Ban Ki-moon lauds Somali refugees in Dadaab camp
31-10-2014

African Union hits back at Somalia rape claims
31-10-2014

Somali police commissioner dies in Mogadishu
31-10-2014

Local Somali community says it's under scrutiny
31-10-2014

Somali official accuses Foreign Ministry of hijacking diaspora event
31-10-2014

Somali government co-ordinates aid distribution in former al-Shabaab-held areas
31-10-2014

Somali community desperate for Westpac money transfer reprieve
31-10-2014






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