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Somali cabinet minister who called Toronto home killed in Al-Shabaab hotel siege
27-06-2016

Israel and Turkey reach deal to restore relations
27-06-2016

Inside the secret Somalia rehab camp for former Shabab members
27-06-2016

Five killed as AU base in Gedo attacked by militants
26-06-2016

Kenya beefs up its Security after Al-Shabaab attack
26-06-2016

Al Shabaab militants attack hotel in Mogadishu: police
26-06-2016

As droughts worsen, Kenyan herders revive ancient grazing system
25-06-2016

Markets reel as world absorbs shock of UK vote for Brexit
25-06-2016

Alert as suspected Shabaab militants destroy mast in Mandera
25-06-2016

Three killed in bomb, gun attacks in Mogadishu
24-06-2016

So near and yet so far: Yemeni refugees stuck in Djibouti
The war in Yemen triggered a little-reported flood of refugees fleeing across the sea to Djibouti, where they try to recreate a normal life. James Jeffrey reports from a remote camp near the desert town of Obock.
Dadaab refugee’s worry about transition to Somalia
The Kenyan government’s recent decision to close Dadaab camp and return all Somali refugees living there home caused huge international outrage and concern.
Dawn chorus, sundowners in Mogadishu
I woke to gunfire. Well, I thought it was gunfire – the staccato sound of AK47s. Maybe it was the early risers opening the rickety metal gates in the compound. And then there were the dull thuds – the heavier sounds of mortar shells. Maybe someone was heaving his heavy case down the concrete stairs and on his way to the airport.
Morsi and Al Jazeera journalists sentenced for 'spying'
An Egyptian court has handed down its final ruling in the trial of 11 people, including toppled president Mohamed Morsi and Al Jazeera journalists, accused of leaking state secrets to Qatar.
Kenya is living in a glass house, why throw stones at refugees?
In Africa, instability has been quite unpredictable, and an open policy to receive the citizens of countries that are in trouble has generally been practised. It is a policy that has served us well, one that needs to be jealously guarded.
Lessons of loss in Little Mogadishu
For a moment I had to stand still, calling on a rushing Abdulahi Qorshe to hang on, as the view from Masjid al-Sunnah’s balcony appeared as an unknown yet familiar place.
Rash Report: Pressure is needed to keep Kenyan refugee camp open
Monday’s World Refugee Day will refocus attention on the plight of those forced from their homes because of conflicts afflicting multiple continents. These refugees are part of an even greater global migration — the subject of this month’s Global Minnesota Great Decisions dialogue (and the topic at an October Global Minnesota conference) — that has resulted in displacement levels not seen since World War II.
Uhuru appoints Task Force on Development of Miraa Industry
President Uhuru Kenyatta has appointed a 14-member Task Force on the Development of the Miraa Industry.

The task force has three months to complete its assignment, according to a gazette notice published Friday.
Ergogan Hospital former Digfeer, restoring Somali’s Healthcare System
Erdogan Hospital, named after the Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, has been fully reconstructed and refurbished by the Turkish government. The hospital is formerly known as Digfeer.
EU referendum campaigns suspended after a British MP is shot dead
A British member of parliament was shot dead in the street on Thursday, causing deep shock across Britain and the suspension of campaigning for next week's referendum on the country's EU membership.
Number of Child Soldiers in Somalia May Top 5,000, UN Reports
A top official with the U.N. Children's Fund says there could be 5,000 child soldiers in Somalia as al-Shabab continues its recruiting campaigns.


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Primary content on this page
Somali cabinet minister who called Toronto home killed in Al-Shabaab hotel siege
27-06-2016

Israel and Turkey reach deal to restore relations
27-06-2016

Inside the secret Somalia rehab camp for former Shabab members
27-06-2016

Five killed as AU base in Gedo attacked by militants
26-06-2016

Kenya beefs up its Security after Al-Shabaab attack
26-06-2016

Al Shabaab militants attack hotel in Mogadishu: police
26-06-2016

As droughts worsen, Kenyan herders revive ancient grazing system
25-06-2016

Markets reel as world absorbs shock of UK vote for Brexit
25-06-2016

Alert as suspected Shabaab militants destroy mast in Mandera
25-06-2016

Three killed in bomb, gun attacks in Mogadishu
24-06-2016


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