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English News Update
At Least 15 Killed in Clan Fighting in Somalia
12-07-2014

Former Somali PM named new Ambassador to US
12-07-2014

UN Security Council strongly condemns attacks on Somalia's political institutions
12-07-2014

Toronto: Hundreds turn out for Rexdale funeral of slain teacher
12-07-2014

Kenyan police seize 600 bags of illegal sugar from Somalia
12-07-2014

Al-Shabab attacker was informant in presidential palace
12-07-2014

Kenya: Refugees appeal against forced relocation to camps
12-07-2014

Australia: Melbourne language study reveals a cacophony of diversity
12-07-2014

Two Kenyans held hostage after Somali pirates seize merchant ship
12-07-2014

Government not targeting Muslims in war on terror, Uhuru Kenyatta says
12-07-2014

At Least 15 Killed in Clan Fighting in Somalia
At least 15 people were killed Thursday in fighting between rival clans in central Somalia officials and residents said.
Former Somali PM named new Ambassador to US
The Federal Government of Somalia has named former Prime Minister Omar Abdirashid Ali Sharmake as the new Somali Ambassador to the United States of America. The U.S government welcomed his appointment.
UN Security Council strongly condemns attacks on Somalia's political institutions
UNITED NATIONS-- The UN Security Council on Friday strongly condemned the recent attacks on the sites of the Somali government and parliament as well as lawmakers, describing the raids "reprehensible acts of terrorism."
Toronto: Hundreds turn out for Rexdale funeral of slain teacher
He looked so small as he approached the too-tall microphone, the young boy dressed head to toe in black, his eyes cast downward.
Kenyan police seize 600 bags of illegal sugar from Somalia
MANDERA -- Kenyan police said Saturday they have impounded 600 bags of illegal brown sugar in the border town of Mandera allegedly smuggled from neighboring Somalia.
Al-Shabab attacker was informant in presidential palace
Somali government radio says Tuesday's attack on the presidential palace was led by a man who had access to the compound and had passed information to militant group al-Shabab.
Kenya: Refugees appeal against forced relocation to camps
Refugees in Nairobi are appealing against a controversial ruling that would force thousands of Somalis from their homes to live in squalid overcrowded camps in north Kenya, Amnesty International said today.
Australia: Melbourne language study reveals a cacophony of diversity
More languages are spoken in Melbourne than there are countries in the world, a cacophony of 251 tongues whose voices stretch to all corners of the city.
Two Kenyans held hostage after Somali pirates seize merchant ship
Mombasa, Kenya: Two Kenyan nationals are among those held hostage after Somali pirates seized a merchant ship on Friday.
Government not targeting Muslims in war on terror, Uhuru Kenyatta says
President Uhuru Kenyatta has said the Government was not targeting the Muslim community in the crackdown on criminals engaging in terror activities.
Crime in Somalia: Pirates v economists
SHIPS navigating the lawless seas of the Gulf of Aden must keep a constant lookout for Somali pirates. The roots of Somalia’s maritime banditry lie in its desperately poor coastal villages, where the choice between fishing and piracy is an easy one for many.






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