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Against the Odds, Finding Refuge in El Paso
19-09-2014

Westgate Siege Anniversary Brings Back Painful Memories
19-09-2014

Young diaspora Somalis rediscovering entrepreneurial roots
19-09-2014

Intergovernmental Authority on Development Special envoy to Somalia Ambassador Mohammed Abdi Affey has dism...
19-09-2014

Kenya has no interest in Somalia, says IGAD special envoy
19-09-2014

UN envoy to Somalia hails Kismayo reconciliation conference
19-09-2014

Harassment haunts Somalis after Westgate
19-09-2014

Scotland votes No: How the UK could now change
19-09-2014

How one Twin Cities group is fighting radicalization of Muslim youths
18-09-2014

If Somalia Is a Success, What Does Failure Look Like?
18-09-2014

Against the Odds, Finding Refuge in El Paso
EL PASO — In a seafood restaurant where most of the wait staff and clientele preferred Spanish to English, Dekha Hassan-Mohamed mustered some dry wit that reflected how she was slowly adapting to her surroundings on the Texas-Mexico border.
Westgate Siege Anniversary Brings Back Painful Memories
One year after it happened, the survivors of the terror attack on Nairobi's Westgate Shopping Mall still cannot shake the images of that tragic incident.
Young diaspora Somalis rediscovering entrepreneurial roots
Two siblings are on a quest to revive the entrepreneurial streak once associated with Somali communities abroad.
Intergovernmental Authority on Development Special envoy to Somalia Ambassador Mohammed Abdi Affey has dismissed claims that Kenya is keen on creating Jubbaland in Somalia as a buffer state against th
Mass arrests, extortion, deportation and suspicion: one year since Somali gunmen staged a four-day massacre in Nairobi's Westgate mall, Somalis in Kenya say the attack has left their community battling harassment and denigration.
Kenya has no interest in Somalia, says IGAD special envoy
Intergovernmental Authority on Development Special envoy to Somalia Ambassador Mohammed Abdi Affey has dismissed claims that Kenya is keen on creating Jubbaland in Somalia as a buffer state against the AL-Shabaab militants.
UN envoy to Somalia hails Kismayo reconciliation conference
United Nations Deputy Special Representative to Somalia Fatiha Serour praised the reconciliation conference in Kismayo as an important step toward establishing a functioning federal Somalia
Harassment haunts Somalis after Westgate
Mass arrests, extortion, deportation and suspicion: one year since Somali gunmen staged a four-day massacre in Nairobi's Westgate mall, Somalis in Kenya say the attack has left their community battling harassment and denigration.
Scotland votes No: How the UK could now change
Scotland has voted "No" to independence. But what could still change for the UK as a whole as a result?
From early on this year, all three of the largest parties at Westminster promised more powers for Scotland if voters chose for Scotland to remain part of the UK.
How one Twin Cities group is fighting radicalization of Muslim youths
Seven years ago, 12 Somali friends from the Twin Cities came together to talk — to have a conversation about how to save some of their troubled peers from falling into a sea of radicalization and gang violence.
If Somalia Is a Success, What Does Failure Look Like?
President Obama laid out a strategy for "degrading and destroying" the Islamic State (IS) on Wednesday night. He called for targeted airstrikes, training local security forces, and more intelligence. Interestingly, he said, "This strategy of taking out terrorists who threaten us while supporting partners on the front lines is one that we have successfully pursued in Yemen and Somalia for years." The analogy with Somalia is troubling because it suggests the Obama administration is committed to endless military strikes with no political strategy.
In Somalia don’t dare touch their women
If anyone of us believes that the African soldiers “Peacekeepers” come to Somalia or elsewhere in Africa for “mercy” missions, we better think twice. The following is what the Chief of Staff of Uganda told his soldiers when they were under training to go to Somalia. This is probably part of the statement of the Ugandan Chief of Staff that could be made public. However, it is enough information on their miss-behaviour during their mission abroad.

 
Primary content on this page
Against the Odds, Finding Refuge in El Paso
19-09-2014

Westgate Siege Anniversary Brings Back Painful Memories
19-09-2014

Young diaspora Somalis rediscovering entrepreneurial roots
19-09-2014

Intergovernmental Authority on Development Special envoy to Somalia Ambassador Mohammed Abdi Affey has dism...
19-09-2014

Kenya has no interest in Somalia, says IGAD special envoy
19-09-2014

UN envoy to Somalia hails Kismayo reconciliation conference
19-09-2014

Harassment haunts Somalis after Westgate
19-09-2014

Scotland votes No: How the UK could now change
19-09-2014

How one Twin Cities group is fighting radicalization of Muslim youths
18-09-2014

If Somalia Is a Success, What Does Failure Look Like?
18-09-2014






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