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FBI 'Set Up' Our Sons Somali-American Defendants' Mothers Say
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Somalia reaches out to Somaliland to rejoin the union
25-05-2016

Closing Dadaab will dishonour 2013 deal on refugees, Kenya told
25-05-2016

Documents: Somali citizen tried to run over border agents in southern Arizona
24-05-2016

Decision to close Dadaab Refugee Camp final – Ruto to UN
24-05-2016

Somali informant says FBI paid him $100K
24-05-2016

Refugee crisis: It's about the money and the global politics
23-05-2016

Operation Linda Boni a success, says Lamu administrator
23-05-2016

Int’l community lauds Somali president on election ruling
23-05-2016

AMISOM meets humanitarian players to map out improved aid delivery
22-05-2016

22 Percent of Resettled Refugees in Minnesota Test Positive for Tuberculosis
One of every five refugees resettled in Minnesota by the federal government tested positive for latent tuberculosis in 2014, according to the state’s Department of Health.
Suitcases full of cash leaving Sea-Tac Airport
Travelers pulling suitcases full of cash started showing up at Sea-Tac Airport last year holding tickets for flights headed out of the United States.
Somali parliament postpones election debate in dispute over new MPs
Somali parliament said it called off a planned debate on the country’s forthcoming elections Wednesday following a protest by the northern Puntlland state against a plan to allocate additional 7 lawmakers from the next parliament to Benadir region, lawmakers said.
Key Witness Cross Examined in Minnesota Islamic State Case
The U.S. trial of three Somali Americans accused of conspiring to provide material support to the Islamic State group entered a second week Monday, with a key witness being cross-examined.
Former Somali defense minister dies in US
The former Somali defense minister Hussein Sheikh Abdirahman has died aged 75 in a hospital in the United States, family announced on Monday.
Somali president warns socioeconomic woes over khat imports
Somalia’s president Hassan Sheikh Mohamud has warned his country was losing millions of dollars to the use of the narcotic Khat leaves largely used by Somali men which he says continue to have an adverse socio-economic consequences on many other aspects of life in the horn of Africa nation.
War-Weary Somalis Flee for Europe as Rebuilding Comes Too Slow
When hundreds of Somalis were reported drowned in the Mediterranean last month, Abdi Deeq didn’t rethink his plans to flee the Horn of Africa nation and risk the illicit crossing to Europe.
SOMALI REFUGEE CHILDREN IN DADAAB GET SECOND CHANCE AT SCHOOL
Somali refugee children who failed primary school exams and were denied entry to high school are being given a second chance at three dedicated tuition schools in Dadaab refugee camps.
New cycling race brings joy to Somali town
For Kismayo, a former Al Shabab stronghold, holding public events were the unthinkable few years ago that the militant group banned all sports activities before allied forces ousted its fighters from the port city in 2012.
African Union extends Amisom duty in Somalia
The African Union (AU) has extended its Amisom mission in Somalia to May 30, 2017.


A communiqué posted on Amisom Dail Media Monitoring and seen by The Standard on Sunday, states that the decision made public on Wednesday, means the 22,000 strong peacekeeping force set up to combat Islamist militant group Al Shabab, will remain in the troubled country for at least another 12 months. The AU reached the decision during the recent 595th meeting of its peace and Security Council.
African Canadian community divided over complaint about bias within the Edmonton Police Service
EDMONTON - An Edmonton man is planning to make a public complaint about city police relations with the African Canadian community at the Edmonton Police Commission meeting on Thursday.


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Primary content on this page
FBI 'Set Up' Our Sons Somali-American Defendants' Mothers Say
25-05-2016

Somalia reaches out to Somaliland to rejoin the union
25-05-2016

Closing Dadaab will dishonour 2013 deal on refugees, Kenya told
25-05-2016

Documents: Somali citizen tried to run over border agents in southern Arizona
24-05-2016

Decision to close Dadaab Refugee Camp final – Ruto to UN
24-05-2016

Somali informant says FBI paid him $100K
24-05-2016

Refugee crisis: It's about the money and the global politics
23-05-2016

Operation Linda Boni a success, says Lamu administrator
23-05-2016

Int’l community lauds Somali president on election ruling
23-05-2016

AMISOM meets humanitarian players to map out improved aid delivery
22-05-2016


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