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Somali women's view of physical activity - a focus group study
24-10-2014

Somali port poised for facelift with Turkish help
24-10-2014

EUCAP Nestor Train 30 Somali Coast Guards
24-10-2014

Somaliland inspired by Scotland and Catalonia independence campaigns
24-10-2014

Hope for release of jailed journalists as appeal date set
24-10-2014

UN refugee body to provide lifelong skills to refugees living in Kenya
24-10-2014

Kenyan police seize contraband goods near border with Somalia
24-10-2014

Forced returns of Somalis to al-Shabaab areas can amount to ‘death sentences’
24-10-2014

UN moves to enforce Somalia arms, charcoal embargoes
24-10-2014

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

Somali women's view of physical activity - a focus group study
Physical inactivity presents a major public health challenge and is estimated to cause six to ten percent of the major non-communicable diseases. Studies show that immigrants, especially women, have an increased risk of non-communicable diseases compared to ethnic Swedes.
Somali port poised for facelift with Turkish help
The Somali government's grand vision for Mogadishu port under its new Turkish managers sees modern container ships replacing wooden dhows, new cranes easing the back-breaking work of porters and a surge in state revenue as traffic rises.
EUCAP Nestor Train 30 Somali Coast Guards
On 21 October, the European Union’s Maritime Capacity Building Mission in the Horn of Africa and Western Indian Ocean (EUCAP Nestor) celebrated the successful completion of a two month Mentoring, Teaching and Training (MTT) programme for thirty young officers of the Somaliland Coast Guard in Berbera from Hargeisa, Berbera and Zeyla, Mait and Las Qoray.
Somaliland inspired by Scotland and Catalonia independence campaigns
With its relative peace and natural resources, the breakaway state wants recognition of its independence from Somalia
Hope for release of jailed journalists as appeal date set
1 January 2015 has been set as the date when Al Jazeera’s jailed journalists in Egypt will have the appeals against their convictions considered.
UN refugee body to provide lifelong skills to refugees living in Kenya
An estimated 600,000 refugees residing in temporary camps in northern Kenya will benefit from capacity development programs designed to enable them to become self-reliant, a UN official said on Thursday.
Kenyan police seize contraband goods near border with Somalia
The Kenyan police have intercepted contraband goods in Garissa which borders Somalia and arrested five suspects.
Forced returns of Somalis to al-Shabaab areas can amount to ‘death sentences’
The Netherlands’ repeated attempts to argue for the forcible return of Somalis to areas controlled by the Islamist armed group al-Shabaab exposes them to grave risks of human rights abuses and would be a blatant violation of international law, Amnesty International said in a new briefing published yesterday.
UN moves to enforce Somalia arms, charcoal embargoes
The UN Security Council is set to approve Friday a resolution allowing inspections of ships off the coast of Somalia that are suspected of carrying arms and charcoal, in violation of a UN embargo.
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.

 
Primary content on this page
Somali women's view of physical activity - a focus group study
24-10-2014

Somali port poised for facelift with Turkish help
24-10-2014

EUCAP Nestor Train 30 Somali Coast Guards
24-10-2014

Somaliland inspired by Scotland and Catalonia independence campaigns
24-10-2014

Hope for release of jailed journalists as appeal date set
24-10-2014

UN refugee body to provide lifelong skills to refugees living in Kenya
24-10-2014

Kenyan police seize contraband goods near border with Somalia
24-10-2014

Forced returns of Somalis to al-Shabaab areas can amount to ‘death sentences’
24-10-2014

UN moves to enforce Somalia arms, charcoal embargoes
24-10-2014

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






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