Thursday, July 18, 2019

UN envoy says terror attacks not to derail stabilization efforts in Somalia

A UN envoy in Somalia said on Monday terror attacks will not derail efforts to stabilize Somalia and expressed solidarity in the aftermath of...

How Al Shabaab infiltrated Garissa University before attack

Failure to act on prior warnings about an impending infiltration and attack of Garissa University College by terrorists facilitated the 2015 raid by Al...

Kenya urges hastened UN listing of Al-Shabaab as terrorist group

Kenya has urged the international community to hasten the listing of Al-Shabaab as a terrorist organization under the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) Resolution...

FESOJ condemns killing of journalists in Kismayo terrorist blast

Federation of Somali Journalists (FESOJ today) strongly condemns the murders of Somali-Canadian female journalist Hodan Naleyah, the founder of Integration TV and Mohamed Sahal...

Somali-Canadian journalist Hodan Nalayeh killed in Somalia hotel attack.

Hodan Nalayeh, a Somali-Canadian journalist who once resided in Vaughan, Ont., was killed in an attack on a hotel in Kismayo, Somalia on Friday. Global...

Somalia’s “see and wait policy “towards the maritime melt down with Kenya is commendable...

The two neighboring countries have had long-lucrative and plausible relations, whether it’s diplomatic, business, social intermingling, and others. Kenya hosts the largest refugee camps...

Somali Foreign Minister meets the State Minister for Foreign and Commonwealth Office of the...

The Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, H.E. Amb. Ahmed Isse Awad, met on Wednesday (July 10th) in London with the State Minister...

Somalia executes 3 over deadly 2017 hotel attack

Somalia's military says it executed three men convicted of carrying out a deadly attack on a hotel in the capital in 2017. A statement issued...

Stay tuned Ethiopia: The latest development in the ground

The second most populous state in Africa faces political volatility. Closely several times encountered coup d’état, mostly from Amhara and Tigray ethnicities. These two...

FEATURE-No papers but a home: Somali women take on South Africa’s property market

JOHANNESBURG (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - In the hallway of a large, brick-face apartment block in Johannesburg, Halima Jawahir greets her tenants, a group of...

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