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Somalia Anticipating Liberation of More Shabaab Controlled Areas
19-10-2014

Parents in a British school threatens to pull children out over teachers trip to Kenya fearing Ebola
19-10-2014

Somalia: A New Booklet On Apostasy in Islam Has Rattled Extremist Somali Clerics
19-10-2014

Ethiopia: Country Protected from Possible al-Shabab Attacks
19-10-2014

UN: Somalis Need Food, Not Just Security Improvements
19-10-2014

Police officer shot dead in Kenya's northern border
19-10-2014

Somali Minister of Interior on Mozambique Election Observation Mission
19-10-2014

Volunteers needed for Kids Voting Minneapolis
19-10-2014

Fears black market will flourish as Aussie banks stop Somalia remittances
18-10-2014

The AU Establishes a Team to Investigate Allegations of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse by the AMISOM
18-10-2014

The US Welcomes the Agreement between the Federal Government and Puntland State of Somalia
United States Representative for Somalia (SRS) James P. McAnulty welcomes the historic October 14 agreement signed in Garowe between the Federal Government of Somalia (FGS) and Puntland State of Somalia. This significant twelve-point agreement is a major cornerstone to the state building process.
Somali author Diriye Osman wins Polari Prize
Somali author Diriye Osman has become the first African to win the Polari First Book Prize for his collection of short stories entitled Fairy Tales for Lost Children.
Regional efforts needed to solve boundary disputes
NAIROBi, KENYA: In 1978, during the reign of President Siad Barre, Somalia and Ethiopia went to war over their common border.
Fraud charges beset Mozambique polls
Opposition parties say government officials stuffed ballot boxes and abused campaign workers in closely-fought election.
50,000 children in Somalia "on doorstep of death"
Fifty thousand children in Somalia could die unless they are given immediate assistance, the UN Humanitarian Coordinator in the Horn of Africa country has warned.
Dispatches: Somalia – Worrying Times for Press Freedom (By Laetitia Bader)
The attack on Somali television director Abdirisak Jama – known as “Black” – who was shot and seriously wounded by gunmen outside his home in Somalia’s capital, Mogadishu, on October 12, highlights once again the dangers facing Somali media. As if the killings and shootings weren’t bad enough, Somali journalists are facing new threats – a draft media law that contains several troubling provisions and a spate of arrests.
British Parliament votes overwhelmingly to recognize Palestinian state
In a historic move, the British Parliament voted overwhelmingly tonight, 274-12, to recognize a Palestinian state.
Report: No contact between soldier with Ebola, Somali peacekeepers
A Sierra Leone soldier has tested positive for Ebola but he is not a member of and had no contact with a battalion of peacekeepers waiting to deploy to Somalia, a government spokesman said Tuesday.
For first time in 23 years, students attend classes at Somali National University
The first cohort of students in more than 23 years has begun classes at the Somali National University (SNU), heralding a new era of public education in Somalia, stakeholders say.
Somali President arrives in Paris for historic visit
The President of the Federal Republic of Somalia Hassan Mohamud Sheikh arrived in Paris, France yesterday ahead of talks with his French Counterpart, President Francois Hollande.
Over 1 million Somalis at risk of starvation, UN envoy warns
The United Nations envoy in Somalia on Tuesday warned that despite some political and security gains, the humanitarian situation in the Horn of Africa country has deteriorated, with over 1 million Somalis who do not have enough to eat.

 
Primary content on this page
Somalia Anticipating Liberation of More Shabaab Controlled Areas
19-10-2014

Parents in a British school threatens to pull children out over teachers trip to Kenya fearing Ebola
19-10-2014

Somalia: A New Booklet On Apostasy in Islam Has Rattled Extremist Somali Clerics
19-10-2014

Ethiopia: Country Protected from Possible al-Shabab Attacks
19-10-2014

UN: Somalis Need Food, Not Just Security Improvements
19-10-2014

Police officer shot dead in Kenya's northern border
19-10-2014

Somali Minister of Interior on Mozambique Election Observation Mission
19-10-2014

Volunteers needed for Kids Voting Minneapolis
19-10-2014

Fears black market will flourish as Aussie banks stop Somalia remittances
18-10-2014

The AU Establishes a Team to Investigate Allegations of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse by the AMISOM
18-10-2014






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