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President of Khatumo State ordered to leave Ethiopia
23-10-2014

Somali officers relate to immigrant communities
23-10-2014

Sustained response to Somalia piracy requires effective State governance – UN political chief
23-10-2014

3 US girls who wanted to join ISIS victims of online predator, say officials
23-10-2014

Two Somali reporters released on bail, two still jailed
23-10-2014

UN political chief urges sustained efforts to combat piracy off Somali coast
23-10-2014

'Fishing Without Nets' a Dramatic Story of Somali Piracy
23-10-2014

Somali Pirates Still Holding 37 Sailors: UN Official
23-10-2014

Terror suspects linked to Al Shabaab further remanded
23-10-2014

EAEF Condemns Kenyan Plot to Annex Somali Offshore Territory
23-10-2014

President of Khatumo State ordered to leave Ethiopia
Ethiopian government has ordered president of Khatumo State of Somalia Mr. Ali Khalif Galyedh to leave Ethiopia. President Ali Khalif was in Addis Ababa to attend Conference on Federalism sponsored by Horn Economic and Social policy Institute(HESPI).
Somali officers relate to immigrant communities
Salah Ahmed wanted to become a cop ever since he moved to the United States from Egypt.
On the other hand, Abdiwahab Ali’s interests gravitated to law enforcement after 9/11 — several years after he moved from Somalia to Minnesota in 1995. After becoming a Minneapolis Police Department officer, he went on to help establish the Somali American Police Association.
Sustained response to Somalia piracy requires effective State governance – UN political chief
While noting the progress made to combat piracy off the coast of Somalia, the United Nations political chief today said that a sustained long-term solution must include the presence of effective Government and State institutions that provide basic services and alternative ways for people to make a living.
3 US girls who wanted to join ISIS victims of online predator, say officials
The case of three teenage girls being investigated for trying to join Islamic State militants poses vexing questions for US officials about the use of social media by terror groups to recruit people inside the United States, experts said Wednesday.
Two Somali reporters released on bail, two still jailed
Two Somali journalists from a major radio station have been released on bail after two months in jail but two others remain behind bars accused of inciting violence, colleagues said Wednesday.
UN political chief urges sustained efforts to combat piracy off Somali coast
The UN political chief on Wednesday called for a long-term solution to piracy off the Somali coast, urging sustained efforts to address underlying conditions conducive to breeding piracy.
'Fishing Without Nets' a Dramatic Story of Somali Piracy
NEW YORK—It’s a familiar premise in Hollywood film: a good man in need of money is talked into participating in a crime against his better judgment. But in Fishing Without Nets, by first-time director Cutter Hodierne, an American, the protagonist is a poor Somali, and his crime is piracy.
Somali Pirates Still Holding 37 Sailors: UN Official
Somali pirates are still holding 37 sailors, raising serious international concern, UN official Jeffrey Feltman stated.
Terror suspects linked to Al Shabaab further remanded
Police are yet to conclude investigations in a case involving 10 terror suspects linked to Al Shabaab arrested last month from Kisenyi in Kampala.
EAEF Condemns Kenyan Plot to Annex Somali Offshore Territory
The East African Energy Forum (EAEF), a Somali lobby group, has today condemned the Kenyan government of what it is calling “the slow elaborate annexation of Somali offshore territory.”
Somalia's Radio Shabelle owner's UK passport seized
A court in Somalia has ordered the seizure of a radio station owner's UK passport after he was accused of threatening national security.

 
Primary content on this page
President of Khatumo State ordered to leave Ethiopia
23-10-2014

Somali officers relate to immigrant communities
23-10-2014

Sustained response to Somalia piracy requires effective State governance – UN political chief
23-10-2014

3 US girls who wanted to join ISIS victims of online predator, say officials
23-10-2014

Two Somali reporters released on bail, two still jailed
23-10-2014

UN political chief urges sustained efforts to combat piracy off Somali coast
23-10-2014

'Fishing Without Nets' a Dramatic Story of Somali Piracy
23-10-2014

Somali Pirates Still Holding 37 Sailors: UN Official
23-10-2014

Terror suspects linked to Al Shabaab further remanded
23-10-2014

EAEF Condemns Kenyan Plot to Annex Somali Offshore Territory
23-10-2014






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