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Al shabaab ambushes Govt military convoy near Afgoye
24-04-2017

Landmine explosion injures 3 soldiers in Mogadishu
24-04-2017

US officials say pirates returned to Somalia waters
24-04-2017

About the London Somalia Conference in May, 2017
23-04-2017

Somali court summons ICRC after breaching Employment law
23-04-2017

Reuters Journalist narrowly escapes Somalia Car bomb
23-04-2017

In Somalia it’s a race against time for AFRICOM-backed troops
22-04-2017

Congressman, Senator Concerned About Somalia Aid Cuts
22-04-2017

Kenyan army says it kills 52 Al-shabab fighters in Somalia
22-04-2017

Somalia: Gunmen kill Two Govt Soldiers in Mogadishu
21-04-2017

HRW: Attack on Somali refugee boat ‘likely war crime’
An attack attributed to the Saudi-led military coalition on a boat carrying Somalian civilians off the coast of Yemen was likely a war crime, Human Rights Watch said on Sunday.

The attack, which took place on March 16, resulted in the deaths of at least 32 of the 145 Somalian refugees on board, and one Yemeni civilian. Another 29 were wounded, as well as 10 who remain unaccounted for.

Photos captured of the boat the next day indicate that it was hit by gunfire from an aerial attack.

“The coalition’s apparent firing on a boat filled with fleeing refugees is only the latest likely war crime in Yemen’s two-year-long war,” said Sarah Leah Whitson, Middle East director at Human Rights Watch.

“Reckless disregard for the lives of civilians has reached a new level of depravity.”

Despite all parties in Yemen’s conflict denying responsibility for the attack, observers have attributed blame to the Saudi coalition as it is the only group that has military aircraft.

Somalia, an ally of the coalition, called for the Arab military force to investigate the attack. HRW accuses the coalition of having “repeatedly shown itself unable or unwilling to credibly investigate its own abuses”.

The Saudi-led coalition’s war against Houthi rebels in Yemen has cost more than 10,000 lives since March 2015 and brought the country to the brink of famine.

According to the UN, the fighting has displaced more than three million people, and more than two thirds of Yemen’s population of around 18.8 million people need aid.

Some 7.3 million people are estimated to be close to starvation and 462,000 children suffer from serious malnutrition. Without $2.1 billion in international aid, the UN warns that Yemen will suffer a famine in 2017.
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Al shabaab ambushes Govt military convoy near Afgoye
24-04-2017

Landmine explosion injures 3 soldiers in Mogadishu
24-04-2017

US officials say pirates returned to Somalia waters
24-04-2017

About the London Somalia Conference in May, 2017
23-04-2017

Somali court summons ICRC after breaching Employment law
23-04-2017

Reuters Journalist narrowly escapes Somalia Car bomb
23-04-2017

In Somalia it’s a race against time for AFRICOM-backed troops
22-04-2017

Congressman, Senator Concerned About Somalia Aid Cuts
22-04-2017

Kenyan army says it kills 52 Al-shabab fighters in Somalia
22-04-2017

Somalia: Gunmen kill Two Govt Soldiers in Mogadishu
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