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Somali pirates are back...they never really left
28-07-2017

Uhuru pledges traffic police reforms to end bribery on roads
28-07-2017

UN trains mental health practitioners in Somalia’s South West state
28-07-2017

Fear not, you will vote despite al Shabaab attacks, IEBC tells Lamu residents
27-07-2017

Ethiopia urges illegal workers in Saudi Arabia to come home
27-07-2017

US-Somalia mission detains suspected al-Shabab associate
27-07-2017

Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam a threat to downstream Nile states, including Egypt
26-07-2017

Injectable HIV drug to offer effective therapy, say scientists
26-07-2017

The standoff between Trump and Sessions escalates
26-07-2017

Al-Shabaab free 7 aid workers in Somalia
25-07-2017

Tanzania denies meddling in Kenya affairs
Tanzanian government has denied that President John Magufuli is interfering in Kenya’s election by supporting National Super Alliance flagbearer Raila Odinga.
114 Somali Prisoners Released From Ethiopia Arrive in Mogadishu
More than 100 Somalis, recently released from Ethiopian detention facilities and handed over to the Somali government, arrived in Mogadishu on Saturday, government officials told VOA Somali.
Shabaab gains in Somalia due to ‘lapses in offensive counterterrorism operations’
The US State Department said that al Qaeda’s branch in East Africa has prospered over the past year “due largely to lapses in offensive counterterrorism operations during 2016.” Additionally, State noted that Somali security forces “remained incapable of securing and retaking towns from al-Shabaab independently,” and while not explicitly stated, hinted that the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) is failing.
Ethiopia, Djibouti agree to enhance security cooperation
Ethiopia and Djibouti on Friday vow to further bolster cooperation security and defence areas between the two countries.
Somalis in Minneapolis on defensive after police shooting
The killing of an unarmed Australian woman by a Minneapolis police officer who is a Somali-American has turned an unwelcome spotlight on the city's beleaguered Somali community, where many again find themselves on the defensive.
Kenya's EC warns against internet shutdown on election day
Kenya’s electoral commission has warned against a shutdown of internet connection during the August 8 elections which could affect their operation.
Saudi source gives more detail on crown prince's dismissal
A source close to Saudi Arabia's rulers has given further details of how Mohammed bin Nayef, the former crown prince, was summarily removed from his post last month.
US delivers last choppers to Kenya Air Force
The US on Wednesday delivered two additional helicopters to the Kenya Air Force, fulfilling a promise to help strengthen the military in the war against Al-Shabaab.
Kenyan soldiers kill Al-Shabaab chief in southern Somalia
Hassan Issack Ibrahim alias Beila, who was in charge of Gelef area in Somalia was killed together with two bodyguards during an operation jointly carried out with Jubaland security forces, said the KDF.
Columbus Police search for suspects accused of killing two in west Columbus
Columbus Police said they were searching for two men accused of killing two on Wedgewood Ave overnight Wednesday.
Report: Countries need more than money to cope with shocks
Sweden, the Netherlands and Germany are among the best placed wealthy countries to cope with shocks like large-scale migration due to their strong safety nets, education programmes and economic opportunities, said a global report by KPMG. Switzerland took first place overall in KPMG's "Change Readiness Index," which measures the ability of 136 countries to respond to shocks and long-term trends, such as natural disasters, economic crises and climate change.
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Somali pirates are back...they never really left
28-07-2017

Uhuru pledges traffic police reforms to end bribery on roads
28-07-2017

UN trains mental health practitioners in Somalia’s South West state
28-07-2017

Fear not, you will vote despite al Shabaab attacks, IEBC tells Lamu residents
27-07-2017

Ethiopia urges illegal workers in Saudi Arabia to come home
27-07-2017

US-Somalia mission detains suspected al-Shabab associate
27-07-2017

Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam a threat to downstream Nile states, including Egypt
26-07-2017

Injectable HIV drug to offer effective therapy, say scientists
26-07-2017

The standoff between Trump and Sessions escalates
26-07-2017

Al-Shabaab free 7 aid workers in Somalia
25-07-2017


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