Kenya’s Somali North East: Devolution and Security
Devolved government in Kenya’s newly formed north-eastern counties, designed to address decades of political marginalisation and underdevelopment, has been undermined by dominant clans monopolising power and growing corruption.
UN 'deeply' troubled by Somalia's summary executions
The United Nations is “deeply concerned” about summary executions against suspected militants in Somalia, a UN official said, echoing previous caoncerns by a New-York based rights group which accused Somalia's military court of carrying out rapid executions.
Absence of appropriate regulations hinder Somali enterprises emergence - World Bank
A new report by the World Bank warns that the absence of appropriate business regulations is responsible for the emergence of the anti-competitive behavior currently hindering the emergence of new Somali enterprises as well as prospects for smaller and medium sized enterprises.
EUNAVFOR support United Nations plan to improve Somalia reefs
EU NAVFOR Warship HNLMS Groningen has commenced her escort of a United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (UN FAO) chartered vessel Comarco Kestrel, whose task is to deploy 25 Fish Aggregating Device (FAD) along the 3300km coast of Somalia.