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We’re not out of the woods yet, says Somali minister
31-10-2014

Sweden Officially Recognizes Palestinian State; Israel Upset
31-10-2014

Indian sailors released by Somali pirates
31-10-2014

UN chief Ban Ki-moon lauds Somali refugees in Dadaab camp
31-10-2014

African Union hits back at Somalia rape claims
31-10-2014

Somali police commissioner dies in Mogadishu
31-10-2014

Local Somali community says it's under scrutiny
31-10-2014

Somali official accuses Foreign Ministry of hijacking diaspora event
31-10-2014

Somali government co-ordinates aid distribution in former al-Shabaab-held areas
31-10-2014

Somali community desperate for Westpac money transfer reprieve
31-10-2014

We’re not out of the woods yet, says Somali minister
Internal strife and prolonged civil unrest have pushed Somalia to the brink in the past few years. The country’s leadership is split between fighting terror groups like Al Shabab on one side and working to build institutions, improve public security and establish a powerful army.
Sweden Officially Recognizes Palestinian State; Israel Upset
Sweden's new left-leaning government on Thursday recognized a Palestinian state — a move that comes during increased tensions between Arabs and Jews over Israel's plans to build about 1,000 housing units in east Jerusalem.
Indian sailors released by Somali pirates
Several Indian sailors taken hostage by Somali pirates have been freed after four years in captivity. Their release followed lengthy negotiations with their captors.
UN chief Ban Ki-moon lauds Somali refugees in Dadaab camp
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Thursday visited the sprawling Dadaab refugee complex and praised the resilience of more than 350,000 Somali refugees there while expressing sympathy for their suffering.
African Union hits back at Somalia rape claims
The African Union has hit back against claims its internationally-funded troops in Somalia have gang raped women and girls, accusing the rights group behind the report of being unfair and inaccurate.
Somali police commissioner dies in Mogadishu
The Somali police commissioner Gen. Mohamed Sheikh Hassan Ismail died in the country's capital Mogadishu after he was rushed to a hospital by his aides, officials confirmed Thursday.
Local Somali community says it's under scrutiny
KUSA- It's a local community, whose members say they have come under greater scrutiny in the past two weeks.
Somali official accuses Foreign Ministry of hijacking diaspora event
An executive at the Somali Peace and Development organisation has raised concerns about the Foreign Ministry “hijacking” an event organised by the Somali diaspora when the country’s president visits Denmark from November 18-20.
Somali government co-ordinates aid distribution in former al-Shabaab-held areas
Amid warnings of a worsening humanitarian crisis in Somalia and the dire need for assistance in areas liberated from al-Shabaab, the Somali government and international aid agencies are reaching out to residents in southern and central Somalia.
Somali community desperate for Westpac money transfer reprieve
Melbourne's Somali community is warning innocent people will suffer if the last Australian bank to allow money transfers to the war-torn country follows through with its plan to stop the practice.
Zambian President Sata death: White interim leader appointed
Following President Sata’s death of Zambia, an interim leader has been appointed. The new ruler, who is set to be head of state for about 90 days, until the new election, is the first white man in the place of the president in Africa since F.W. de Clerk ruled in South Africa from 1989 to 1994. Zambian Vice President, Guy Scott, is now the new interim leader and is set to take the reigns until another president can be chosen.

 
Primary content on this page
We’re not out of the woods yet, says Somali minister
31-10-2014

Sweden Officially Recognizes Palestinian State; Israel Upset
31-10-2014

Indian sailors released by Somali pirates
31-10-2014

UN chief Ban Ki-moon lauds Somali refugees in Dadaab camp
31-10-2014

African Union hits back at Somalia rape claims
31-10-2014

Somali police commissioner dies in Mogadishu
31-10-2014

Local Somali community says it's under scrutiny
31-10-2014

Somali official accuses Foreign Ministry of hijacking diaspora event
31-10-2014

Somali government co-ordinates aid distribution in former al-Shabaab-held areas
31-10-2014

Somali community desperate for Westpac money transfer reprieve
31-10-2014






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