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The other side of Somalia's pirates
27-02-2015

U.S. intelligence chief warns of "home-grown extremists"
27-02-2015

Confederations Cup Won’t Be Played in Qatar in 2021
27-02-2015

UN extends Amisom mandate in Somalia by 12 months
27-02-2015

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27-02-2015

Soweto: Burning man, Burning Somali Man.
27-02-2015

Turkish Airlines doubles profits, targets more expansion
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At margins of hot war, Somalis ‘hanging by a thread’
26-02-2015

Disruption in Sending Cash Home Distresses Somali Immigrants
26-02-2015

South Africa: Foreigners close up shop in Philippi as looting spreads
26-02-2015

Death toll hits six in Rhamu, residents trapped in houses
Mandera, Kenya: The death toll from the inter-clan fighting in Mandera rose to six on Monday with dozens of families trapped inside their houses and essential commodities running out.
All business premises remained closed since Thursday, as clan militia took over Rhamu town, Mandera County in North-Eastern region.

According to the local county commissioner Alex Ole Nkoyo clan militia from two pastoralist communities, who has been engaging in a deadly inter-clan fighting since last general election in 2013 over political disputes has led to systematic arming of clan militia.

“The two communities and their leadership are not committed neither honest in the peace process we have been pushed for the last one year. Communities are fully arming themselves for a fully-fledged bloodletting that has culminated into Rhamu town turning into a battlefield for the last three days,” Ole Nkoyo told The Standard.

 
Primary content on this page
The other side of Somalia's pirates
27-02-2015

U.S. intelligence chief warns of "home-grown extremists"
27-02-2015

Confederations Cup Won’t Be Played in Qatar in 2021
27-02-2015

UN extends Amisom mandate in Somalia by 12 months
27-02-2015

Quebec judge denies woman hearing until hijab removed: CBC
27-02-2015

Soweto: Burning man, Burning Somali Man.
27-02-2015

Turkish Airlines doubles profits, targets more expansion
26-02-2015

At margins of hot war, Somalis ‘hanging by a thread’
26-02-2015

Disruption in Sending Cash Home Distresses Somali Immigrants
26-02-2015

South Africa: Foreigners close up shop in Philippi as looting spreads
26-02-2015



 
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