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Marine General Picked to Lead US Africa Command
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Eritrea, Ethiopia worst journalist jailers in Sub-Sahara
30-04-2016

Create jobs and address social injustices to counter terror, says Somali envoy
30-04-2016

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

Author to speak on book about Lewiston's Somali Bantus
Colby College anthropology professor, Catherine Besteman will be talking about her latest book, "Making Refuge: Somali Bantu Refugees and Lewiston, Maine," at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 26, at the Lewiston Public Library, Tuesday.
'Don't buy death' - Somalis urged to stay and rebuild their country
It's part of a journalist's job to keep track of awful events. But stories about rickety boats crammed with migrants capsizing in the Mediterranean occur with horrible frequency. For one Somali journalist reading the news that hundreds of people drowned in one such disaster on Monday, it was one story too many.
At least 25 Al-Shabaab militants killed in central Somalia
At least 25 Al-Shabaab militants were killed in heavy fighting between the Islamist group and Somalia National Army (SNA) backed by Africa Union peacekeeping forces known as AMISOM on Wednesday night in the outskirt Elbuur town of central Somalia, a local official said Thursday.
Lawyer downplays racism after Minnesota man firebombed Somali cafe
On an unseasonably warm prairie night last December, Matthew Gust hopped into his mom's car to prepare for an evening that would change his life. The man from East Grand Forks, Minnesota made a pit stop at a local gas station, pumping an unusual 81 cents' worth of fuel enough for about 45 ounces, according to court documents.
QC implements project for flood-hit Somali farmers
DOHA: Qatar Charity (QC) has implemented a project to support young farmers who were affected by the floods which hit Somalia in the past years.
Zika virus: 2.2 billion people in 'at risk' areas
More than two billion people live in parts of the world where the Zika virus can spread, detailed maps published in the journal eLife show.
Terror attack families yet to return home in Lamu East
More than 20 families who escaped from Milimani Village of Lamu East Sub-County are yet to return home in more than nine months after a terror raid in the area.
Taxi driver may have died in random attack
A young taxi driver brutally murdered in Melbourne at the end of his shift may have been the victim of an opportunistic attack by a would-be thief.
Somalia bans its citizens from travelling to Sudan after 200 deaths
newsinisideSOMALIA has prohibited its citizens from traveling to Sudan, a popular passage for undocumented immigrants from the Horn of African nation headed for Italy, after the drowning of hundreds of Somali immigrants in the Mediterranean Sea.
Somalia: UN envoy welcomes progress in preparations for elections in 2016
The Security Council heard today from the top United Nations official in Somalia that political progress is being made in the country, but that much remains to be done in a short period, including completing the electoral process for 2016 and boosting support to the African Union Mission to Somalia (AMISOM).
14,000 people to elect next Somali parliament this year
Somalia's president said Tuesday a new electoral process for the Horn of Africa nation will be far more democratic this year when an electoral college of thousands elects members of parliament compared to just 135 elders who selected the current members in 2012.


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Primary content on this page
Marine General Picked to Lead US Africa Command
30-04-2016

Eritrea, Ethiopia worst journalist jailers in Sub-Sahara
30-04-2016

Create jobs and address social injustices to counter terror, says Somali envoy
30-04-2016

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


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