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Firm angles for Sh180b Somalia remittances with virtual banking service
22-09-2014

Trio prosecuted for hate attack against Somalis
22-09-2014

UN fears repeat of Somalia food shortages when thousands died
22-09-2014

Kenya to stay course in quest to stabilise Somalia - President
22-09-2014

Al Shabaab's economic strategy is dipping into new wealth, making it more dangerous
22-09-2014

Somaliland - Time For Another Referendum?
22-09-2014

Aden Duale, Governor Nathif Jama differ over Garissa giraffe centre
22-09-2014

Majority of Kenyans wary of Shabaab attacks, want KDF troops back home
22-09-2014

Dozen Al-Shabaab rebels surrender in Somalia
22-09-2014

German Police Arrest Two Suspected of Being Members of Somali Militant Group
22-09-2014

Firm angles for Sh180b Somalia remittances with virtual banking service
Nairobi; Kenya: A local company Rapid Communications Ltd has ventured into to the Somali market after acquiring a 16 per cent stake in Nationlink Telecom, along with a banking services licence. The stake has enabled the company to roll out virtual banking services in Somalia.
Trio prosecuted for hate attack against Somalis
Three young men in southern Sweden suspected of attacking Somali refugees with stones and screaming "sieg heil" have been indicted on charges of racial agitation.
UN fears repeat of Somalia food shortages when thousands died
Famine is stalking Somalia after a year of poor rains and heavy fighting, with more than a million lives at risk and little sense of urgency from the international community, the top UN envoy to the country warned.
Kenya to stay course in quest to stabilise Somalia - President
NAIROBI - Kenyan troops will keep fighting Islamist militants in Somalia until peace and stability is restored to the region, President Uhuru Kenyatta said, one year after gunmen stormed a shopping mall in his country's capital.
Al Shabaab's economic strategy is dipping into new wealth, making it more dangerous
By late 2008, it was estimated that Al Shabab controlled most of South-Central Somalia.
Although it took years of putting forces together and placing footholds in the country, the international community and the Somali government had to intervene to confront the ever-growing threat posed by the terrorist organisation.
Somaliland - Time For Another Referendum?
As we saw over the past couple months, the historic union of the United Kingdom was on the verge of splitting up as the people of Scotland decided to go the polls to vote on independence or to remain part of the UK. On the day of the referendum, An overwhelming 55% voted to remain within the UK and put an end to talks of Scotland becoming an independent country. Now that we’ve witnessed the impact of Scotland’s referendum, there is a window of opportunity for the Republic of Somaliland to dive in and take another giant step on the quest for internationally recognized statehood.
Kenya Eager to Return Somali Refugees Wants Jubaland Settlement
Kenya is proposing that Somali refugees living at camps in the country’s north be moved to a settlement in southern Somalia as part of the United Nations-supported repatriation process, an Interior Ministry official said.
Aden Duale, Governor Nathif Jama differ over Garissa giraffe centre
GARISSA COUNTY: Sharp differences have emerged between Garissa Governor Nathif Jama and National Assembly Majority Leader Aden Duale over land in Garissa township.
Majority of Kenyans wary of Shabaab attacks, want KDF troops back home
On the eve of the first anniversary of the terrorist attack on Nairobi's Westgate Shopping Mall, a new opinion poll has been released showing that majority of Kenyans believe that chances of another deadly attack by the Somalia-based al Shabaab militants were "extremely high".
Dozen Al-Shabaab rebels surrender in Somalia
A 45-day ultimatum and amnesty offer by the Somali government has seen dozens of Al-Shabaab militants surrender their arms, a government official has said.
German Police Arrest Two Suspected of Being Members of Somali Militant Group
German police on Saturday arrested two men suspected of being members of the Somali terror organization al-Shabaab when they arrived at Frankfurt airport, the German attorney general's office said Sunday.

 
Primary content on this page
Firm angles for Sh180b Somalia remittances with virtual banking service
22-09-2014

Trio prosecuted for hate attack against Somalis
22-09-2014

UN fears repeat of Somalia food shortages when thousands died
22-09-2014

Kenya to stay course in quest to stabilise Somalia - President
22-09-2014

Al Shabaab's economic strategy is dipping into new wealth, making it more dangerous
22-09-2014

Somaliland - Time For Another Referendum?
22-09-2014

Aden Duale, Governor Nathif Jama differ over Garissa giraffe centre
22-09-2014

Majority of Kenyans wary of Shabaab attacks, want KDF troops back home
22-09-2014

Dozen Al-Shabaab rebels surrender in Somalia
22-09-2014

German Police Arrest Two Suspected of Being Members of Somali Militant Group
22-09-2014






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