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Police arrest multiple suspected al-Shabab militants in southern Somalia
31-08-2015

Mohamed Bin Zayed receives Somalia President
31-08-2015

Women drive success of Somali mall in Minneapolis
31-08-2015

Somalia writers hosting first International book fair in Mogadishu
30-08-2015

Africa’s internet may be slow, but bandwidth capacity is growing faster than anywhere else
30-08-2015

Al-shabab flog Somali man on rape charges
30-08-2015

In Somalia, After Merka Deaths Admitted by AU, UN Tells ICP Kay's On It
29-08-2015

ACOTA Force HQ course prepares personnel for AMISOM operations
29-08-2015

Moderate Islamist faction spurns power sharing deal with Galmudug state
29-08-2015

Husband accused of murdering pregnant wife in Barton Hill makes second appearance at crown court
28-08-2015

Police arrest multiple suspected al-Shabab militants in southern Somalia
Police arrested several suspected members of terrorist group al-Shabab during an operation in the town of Bardere, in southern Somalia's Gedo region.
Mohamed Bin Zayed receives Somalia President
Abu Dhabi: His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, yesterday received Somali President Hassan Shaikh Mahmoud who is on a visit to the country.
Women drive success of Somali mall in Minneapolis
A tax preparer in a shirt and tie dropped in on Bulbulo Mohamud’s cafe last week and said he believes it’s better for women to stay home and take care of children.
Somalia writers hosting first International book fair in Mogadishu
The Somali capital Mogadishu has hosted the country’s first ever International Book Fair, as the country evolves from years of civil war, now embracing the world of art and literature.
Africa’s internet may be slow, but bandwidth capacity is growing faster than anywhere else
As the African continent edges closer to 1 billion mobile subscribers, offering sufficient internet capacity will become more important as demand for connectivity rises.
Al-shabab flog Somali man on rape charges
The Al-Qaeda linked Al-shabab group has flogged a Somali man in public after a court run by the group has convicted him of the rape charges leveled against him on Saturday.
In Somalia, After Merka Deaths Admitted by AU, UN Tells ICP Kay's On It
After the African Union acknowledged that Ugandan troops in AMISOM executed civilians at a wedding in Merka in late July, Inner City Press asked the UN (on August 24) and Ambassador Matthew Rycroft of the UK, what will the UN Security Council which authorized AMISOM, and UN Peacekeeping which supports it, do?
ACOTA Force HQ course prepares personnel for AMISOM operations
More than 22,000 military and law enforcement personnel from across East Africa are participating in the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM). These men and women are tasked with assisting the Somali Federal Government in their effort to stabilize the country and foster political dialogue and reconciliation.
Moderate Islamist faction spurns power sharing deal with Galmudug state
two days after officials from the Somalia-based Sufi Islamist group signed a power sharing deal with the Galmudug regional administration, a faction of the group rejected the deal, terming it as ’sham’ formulated by former members of the militia.
Husband accused of murdering pregnant wife in Barton Hill makes second appearance at crown court
MEMBERS of Bristol's Somali community packed a court for a case involving an illegal immigrant charged with murdering his pregnant wife.
Just Out Of Jail, Ethiopian Leader Brings A Sharp Message To Obama
Just a few months ago, Bekele Gerba was languishing in a high security Ethiopian jail, hearing the cries of fellow prisoners being beaten and tortured. Now, the 54-year-old foreign language professor is in Washington, D.C., for meetings at the State Department. His message: The Obama administration should pay more attention to the heavy-handed way its ally, Ethiopia, treats political opponents — and should help Ethiopians who are losing their ability to earn a living.



 
Primary content on this page
Police arrest multiple suspected al-Shabab militants in southern Somalia
31-08-2015

Mohamed Bin Zayed receives Somalia President
31-08-2015

Women drive success of Somali mall in Minneapolis
31-08-2015

Somalia writers hosting first International book fair in Mogadishu
30-08-2015

Africa’s internet may be slow, but bandwidth capacity is growing faster than anywhere else
30-08-2015

Al-shabab flog Somali man on rape charges
30-08-2015

In Somalia, After Merka Deaths Admitted by AU, UN Tells ICP Kay's On It
29-08-2015

ACOTA Force HQ course prepares personnel for AMISOM operations
29-08-2015

Moderate Islamist faction spurns power sharing deal with Galmudug state
29-08-2015

Husband accused of murdering pregnant wife in Barton Hill makes second appearance at crown court
28-08-2015



 
 
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