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Air Djibouti selects Cardiff Aviation as strategic partner
26-05-2015

Vote counting has started across Ethiopia
26-05-2015

Policemen feared dead in Garissa Al-Shabaab attack
26-05-2015

War against al-Shabaab falters over money deals
25-05-2015

UN official condemns killing of parliamentarian, reiterates support for political process
25-05-2015

Somali govt completes probe into MP's murder
25-05-2015

Doctors, teachers, parents can lead the way forward
24-05-2015

Iran aid plane for Yemen barred from landing in Djibouti
24-05-2015

Burundi opposition leader murdered during pause in protests
24-05-2015

What itís like to be a Somali refugee in Kenya
23-05-2015

Air Djibouti selects Cardiff Aviation as strategic partner
The government of Djibouti has selected Welsh-based aircraft services and MRO provider, Cardiff Aviation, to partner its planned new national carrier, Air Djibouti (Djibouti). A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed last week between the two parties with chairman Aboubaker Omar Hadi acting on Air Djibouti's behalf and chairman Bruce Dickinson, acting on Cardiff Aviation's behalf.
Vote counting has started across Ethiopia
Polling stations have closed their doors across Ethiopia, bringing to an end the country's parliamentary election, which started earlier in the day on Sunday.
Policemen feared dead in Garissa Al-Shabaab attack
An unknown number of policemen are feared dead after Al-Shabaab militants ambushed their vehicles at Yumbis in Fafi sub-county, Garissa County.
War against al-Shabaab falters over money deals
Commercialisation of the conflict has stalled progress in the ongoing military offensive against the al-Shabaab in Somalia, a Washington DC-based security expert has said.
UN official condemns killing of parliamentarian, reiterates support for political process
The top United Nations official in Somalia has condemned a deadly attack against two Somali Members of Parliament (MP) and reiterated the Organization's support for the country's democratic process.
Somali govt completes probe into MP's murder
Somalia's security agencies have completed their murder investigations into the killing of a Somali MP in a drive-by shooting in Mogadishu on Saturday, officials told HOL Sunday.
Doctors, teachers, parents can lead the way forward
I have lived in St. Cloud for almost 15 years. I became a naturalized U.S. citizen in 2008. My three children were born in St. Cloud. I relate more to this country than to my native Somalia, which I fled in 1991 for neighboring Kenya.
Iran aid plane for Yemen barred from landing in Djibouti
An Iranian Red Crescent plane carrying 20 tonnes of food for war-torn Yemen was prevented from landing in Djibouti, where the UN has a relief hub, official media said Saturday.
Burundi opposition leader murdered during pause in protests
Bujumbura - The leader of a small Burundian opposition party was shot dead on Saturday, residents said, the latest violence in a country gripped by weeks of protests over the president's controversial bid to seek a third term.
What itís like to be a Somali refugee in Kenya
Mohamed Haji Hasan fled his home in Mogadishu four years ago, after the Islamist group Al-Shabab came to the office of the television station where he worked. They confiscated equipment and gave staff a stark choice: join us, or die. For a while he stayed on, lying low, but the text message threats became more frequent; the news of colleagues being shot dead too hard to ignore. He fled to Kenya, the neighbouring country, and sought asylum.
Saudi Arabia Wants to Head UN Human Rights Council; Sparks Uproar
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which according to activist groups has one of the highest human rights violation record, has sparked major outrage after it emerged that the oil-rich nation is lobbying for the post of President of the United Nations (UN) Human Rights Council.


 
Primary content on this page
Air Djibouti selects Cardiff Aviation as strategic partner
26-05-2015

Vote counting has started across Ethiopia
26-05-2015

Policemen feared dead in Garissa Al-Shabaab attack
26-05-2015

War against al-Shabaab falters over money deals
25-05-2015

UN official condemns killing of parliamentarian, reiterates support for political process
25-05-2015

Somali govt completes probe into MP's murder
25-05-2015

Doctors, teachers, parents can lead the way forward
24-05-2015

Iran aid plane for Yemen barred from landing in Djibouti
24-05-2015

Burundi opposition leader murdered during pause in protests
24-05-2015

What itís like to be a Somali refugee in Kenya
23-05-2015



 
 
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