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Somali workers accuse Owatonna, Minn. company of religious intolerance
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Somali, AU Forces Face Resurgent Al-Shabab
29-04-2016

Sen. Franken Condemns Reported Racial Profiling of Somali-Americans By Federal Transportation Security Admi...
29-04-2016

Minnesota policymakers, here's the right way to help Somali-Americans
28-04-2016

Fired Muslim workers claim discrimination at plant in Owatonna
28-04-2016

Kenya Builds Wall Along Somali Border to Keep Al-Shabaab Jihadists Out
28-04-2016

Report Finds Press Freedom Declines in Africa, World
27-04-2016

Drought conditions worsen in Puntland
27-04-2016

Somali refugee family arrives to make new beginning
27-04-2016

Somalia to hold general election this August
26-04-2016

Somalia sacks communications minister, appoints successor
Somalia’s prime minister Omar Abdirashid Sharmarke fired his post and telecommunications minister, and appointed his successor in an apparent prolusion for a new alliance-building ahead of the forthcoming presidential elections which is due take place in the country this year.
South Sudan has finally issued landing permit for Machar’s aircrafts
South Sudanese government has finally issued a clearance for landing of two aircrafts to transport the first vice-president designate and “accompanying delegation” to arrive on Monday, 25 April 2016.
At least 1 killed, 6 injured in twin grenade attacks in Somalia
At least one person was killed, six others injured in twin grenade attacks at a restaurant in Burhakabo town in Bay region of southwest Somalia on Saturday night.
Construction of the 700km Kenya-Somalia border fence to continue,says CS Nkaissery
The construction of the 700km Kenya-Somalia border fence to bar unwanted persons from illegally getting into the country will continue as planned.
Federal judge rules lawsuit against creators of CIA interrogation program may proceed
A federal judge on Friday ruled that a lawsuit against two former military psychologists who developed the CIA's [official website] interrogation program under George W. Bush may proceed.
Ugandan MPs worry over slashed Amisom pay
Uganda parliament is worried over the morale and efficiency of the country’s army, currently seconded to Somalia by the African Union to fight the Al Shabaab.
Al-Shabab Coastal Raid Spurs Changes by Somali Regional Officials
A daring but ultimately unsuccessful raid by al-Shabab fighters off the coast of Somalia last month has led authorities to change the way they respond to such threats.
US government awards a Kenyan for fighting terror in Garissa
The US government has awarded a Kenyan for fighting terrorism in Garisaa county.

Asha Hassan, 24, received the award of Emerging Young Leaders award 2016 on Thursday at the US department of state in Washington DC.
Author to speak on book about Lewiston's Somali Bantus
Colby College anthropology professor, Catherine Besteman will be talking about her latest book, "Making Refuge: Somali Bantu Refugees and Lewiston, Maine," at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 26, at the Lewiston Public Library, Tuesday.
'Don't buy death' - Somalis urged to stay and rebuild their country
It's part of a journalist's job to keep track of awful events. But stories about rickety boats crammed with migrants capsizing in the Mediterranean occur with horrible frequency. For one Somali journalist reading the news that hundreds of people drowned in one such disaster on Monday, it was one story too many.
At least 25 Al-Shabaab militants killed in central Somalia
At least 25 Al-Shabaab militants were killed in heavy fighting between the Islamist group and Somalia National Army (SNA) backed by Africa Union peacekeeping forces known as AMISOM on Wednesday night in the outskirt Elbuur town of central Somalia, a local official said Thursday.


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Somali workers accuse Owatonna, Minn. company of religious intolerance
29-04-2016

Somali, AU Forces Face Resurgent Al-Shabab
29-04-2016

Sen. Franken Condemns Reported Racial Profiling of Somali-Americans By Federal Transportation Security Admi...
29-04-2016

Minnesota policymakers, here's the right way to help Somali-Americans
28-04-2016

Fired Muslim workers claim discrimination at plant in Owatonna
28-04-2016

Kenya Builds Wall Along Somali Border to Keep Al-Shabaab Jihadists Out
28-04-2016

Report Finds Press Freedom Declines in Africa, World
27-04-2016

Drought conditions worsen in Puntland
27-04-2016

Somali refugee family arrives to make new beginning
27-04-2016

Somalia to hold general election this August
26-04-2016


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