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AU Special Representative Saddened by Attack on AMISOM Peacekeepers, Urges for Calm and Restraint in Hiiran...
20-10-2014

Somalia wants its pirates in Kenya jails sent home
20-10-2014

Minneapolis gets new sibling in Somalia
20-10-2014

AU to probe sex abuse by AMISOM troops in Somalia
20-10-2014

Ghana And Somalia Have Different Cultural And Political Standards
20-10-2014

KDF intercepts car with explosives, kills five occupants
20-10-2014

AU Special Representative Saddened by Attack on AMISOM Peacekeepers, Urges for Calm and Restraint in Hiiran...
20-10-2014

Govt in ‘unofficial’ talks with Al Shabaab
20-10-2014

KDF kills 5 Shabaab militants in Mandera
20-10-2014

Somalia wants its pirates in Kenya jails sent home
20-10-2014

More asylum-seekers died trying to reach Yemen in 2014, than 3 past years combined
New York--More migrants and asylum-seekers are dying in attempts to get to Yemen, mainly from the Horn of Africa, this year than in the last three years combined, the UN refugee agency reported on Friday.
ANALYSIS: Europe’s Migrant Graveyard
MATLOCK, United Kingdom, (IPS) - Since the end of the Cold War, the Mediterranean has become the most lethal of Europe’s barriers against irregular migration, having claimed nearly 20,000 migrant lives in the last two decades.
Rep. Ellison Statement on Minneapolis-Bosaso Sister-City Partnership
Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) released the following statement today after the Minneapolis City Council passed and Mayor Betsy Hodges signed a resolution to begin a sister-city partnership with Bosaso, Somalia’s third largest city.
Inside Denmark's Radical Jihadist Rehabilitation Programme
We dissociate ourselves from those people who worship democracy,” says the speaker in the recently released video. “The only one we should worship and follow is Allah.” Switching between Danish and Arabic, the speaker is making a dark sales pitch for the extremist group Millatu Ibrahim, which was banned in Germany two years ago but has now established itself in Denmark.
Turkey Loses U.N. Security Council Seat in Huge Upset
In a tremendous upset, Turkey lost a contest in the United Nations General Assembly, exposing increasingly contentious frictions with some of its neighbors and world powers.
Guest Post: 'Last Hijack' Goes Home with a Somali Pirate
In 2009 there was a swarm of news reports about piracy off the coast of Africa. I got intrigued by the subject because of the thrilling hijack stories, but almost immediately focused on the Somali side of it. The pictures of the tiny skiff next to the immense sea tankers simply wouldn’t leave me.
Somalia leader says his advisers not helping Islamist militants
Somalia's president said on Friday that nobody close to him had been involved in the unauthorised diversion of government weapons to Islamist militants and denied that a man U.N investigators linked to the arms trade had advised him.
Somalia: The Acting PM Called for the Somalis to Work With the Country's Security Forces
The acting PM who is also the Minister for National Security Hon. Khaliif Ahmed Ereg condemned the recent terror acts in Mogadishu. Addressing the media, Hon.
Somalia Anticipating Liberation of More Shabaab Controlled Areas
The government of Somalia is expecting to liberate more Al-Shabab controlled areas within the next six months.
Somalia: Al-Shabaab Claims Responsibility for Café Bombings
Five civilians were killed and 14 others injured Wednesday (October 15th) when a car bomb detonated in front of Panorama Café in Mogadishu's Hamar Weyne district, the second such attack carried out by the militant group in three days.
Somalia: Food Security At Crisis Level in Somalia's Gedo Region
The Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS Net) warned Wednesday (October 15th) that Somalia's northern Gedo region is facing crisis level food insecurity and will require urgent nutritional assistance before the start of the harvest in February.

 
Primary content on this page
AU Special Representative Saddened by Attack on AMISOM Peacekeepers, Urges for Calm and Restraint in Hiiran...
20-10-2014

Somalia wants its pirates in Kenya jails sent home
20-10-2014

Minneapolis gets new sibling in Somalia
20-10-2014

AU to probe sex abuse by AMISOM troops in Somalia
20-10-2014

Ghana And Somalia Have Different Cultural And Political Standards
20-10-2014

KDF intercepts car with explosives, kills five occupants
20-10-2014

AU Special Representative Saddened by Attack on AMISOM Peacekeepers, Urges for Calm and Restraint in Hiiran...
20-10-2014

Govt in ‘unofficial’ talks with Al Shabaab
20-10-2014

KDF kills 5 Shabaab militants in Mandera
20-10-2014

Somalia wants its pirates in Kenya jails sent home
20-10-2014






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