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Al shabaab ambushes Govt military convoy near Afgoye
24-04-2017

Landmine explosion injures 3 soldiers in Mogadishu
24-04-2017

US officials say pirates returned to Somalia waters
24-04-2017

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23-04-2017

Somali court summons ICRC after breaching Employment law
23-04-2017

Reuters Journalist narrowly escapes Somalia Car bomb
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22-04-2017

Congressman, Senator Concerned About Somalia Aid Cuts
22-04-2017

Kenyan army says it kills 52 Al-shabab fighters in Somalia
22-04-2017

Somalia: Gunmen kill Two Govt Soldiers in Mogadishu
21-04-2017

Somali pirates hijack Indian cargo ship with 11 crew members
An Indian cargo ship Al Kaushar with 11 crew members on board has been hijacked by Somali pirates on its way to Al Mukala port in Yemen from Dubai.

The incident took place on April 1.

All the crew members on the ship belong to Mandavi in Mumbai.
It has been learned that armed Somali pirates were responsible for the hijack.

The captain of the ship informed the owner that a skiff had approached them seeking water.
The captain had informed the authorities in Dubai about the incident.

The owners of the ship want to get in touch with the hijackers to try and figure out how the ship can be repatriated.

Earlier in March, pirates had seized control of a Somali fishing boat to use as a base from which to attack larger ships, a week after Somali pirates hijacked their first commercial vessel since 2012.

Ten Yemeni crew aboard the boat were dumped on shore.

In March this year, the Somali pirates had returned Comoros-flagged oil tanker after five years.

In their heyday in 2011, Somali pirates launched 237 attacks off the coast of Somalia, data from the International Maritime Bureau showed, and held hundreds of hostages.
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Al shabaab ambushes Govt military convoy near Afgoye
24-04-2017

Landmine explosion injures 3 soldiers in Mogadishu
24-04-2017

US officials say pirates returned to Somalia waters
24-04-2017

About the London Somalia Conference in May, 2017
23-04-2017

Somali court summons ICRC after breaching Employment law
23-04-2017

Reuters Journalist narrowly escapes Somalia Car bomb
23-04-2017

In Somalia itís a race against time for AFRICOM-backed troops
22-04-2017

Congressman, Senator Concerned About Somalia Aid Cuts
22-04-2017

Kenyan army says it kills 52 Al-shabab fighters in Somalia
22-04-2017

Somalia: Gunmen kill Two Govt Soldiers in Mogadishu
21-04-2017


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