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Turkey's Erdogan is inaugurated as president
29-08-2014

Sources say second American killed fighting with ISIS in Syria identified as Abdirahmaan Muhumed
29-08-2014

Nine killed in fighting between rival regions in north Somalia
29-08-2014

Man arrested with 23 Kenyan passports could be Al Shabaab sympathiser: police
28-08-2014

Ethiopia Urged to Intensify Support for Somalia's Peace
28-08-2014

Somalia: UNHCR - We Shall Assist the Refugees Going Back to Somalia Willingly
28-08-2014

UNHCR gears up for voluntary repatriation of Somali refugees
27-08-2014

Eight more killed in Mandera inter-clan clashes
27-08-2014

Somalia ready for business AU chief
27-08-2014

African States: Reject Immunity for Leaders
26-08-2014



Turkey's Erdogan is inaugurated as president
Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been officially sworn in as Turkish president after winning the country's first public vote for head of state.
Sources say second American killed fighting with ISIS in Syria identified as Abdirahmaan Muhumed
A second American reportedly killed fighting with the Islamic State group in Syria has been identified as Abdirahmaan Muhumed, of Minneapolis, two sources told Fox News late Wednesday.
Nine killed in fighting between rival regions in north Somalia
At least nine people were killed in fighting on Thursday between rival areas in Somalia's usually calm Somaliland region, residents said, highlighting the fragility of security improvements anywhere in the Horn of Africa nation.
Man arrested with 23 Kenyan passports could be Al Shabaab sympathiser: police
A 34-year-old man has been arrested in Kitui County with 23 Kenyan passports.

Karimjee Ahmed Ali was arrested in Voo, Mutha Division in Kitui South Sub County Wednesday by inquisitive police officers who were aroused by the numerous passports in his possession that had different names. Mutomo OCPD Thomas Ngheiwha confirmed the arrest of the suspect whose parents migrated to Voo some years back.
Ethiopia Urged to Intensify Support for Somalia's Peace
Britain has called on Ethiopia to step up support towards the peace and stability of neighbouring Somalia.
Somalia: UNHCR - We Shall Assist the Refugees Going Back to Somalia Willingly
In a press statement, the representative of the UN Refugee Agency in Nairobi Mr. Rauf Mazou said that the UNHCR is planning to implement a project in which the Somali refugees in Dadaab who are willing to go back to Somalia willingly will be assisted.
UNHCR gears up for voluntary repatriation of Somali refugees
The UN refugee agency said Tuesday it plans to start a pilot project to support ongoing spontaneous returns of Somali refugees living in Kenya's refugee camp.
Eight more killed in Mandera inter-clan clashes
Mandera, Kenya: Eight more people were Tuesday morning killed, houses burnt and property looted as inter-clan clashes at Guba within Mandera County intensified.
Somalia ready for business AU chief
Two months ago, Lydia Wanyoto-Mutende was appointed deputy special representative of the Chairperson of the African Union Commission DSRCC in Somalia.
African States: Reject Immunity for Leaders
Johannesburg, African countries should reject immunity for sitting leaders for grave crimes before the African Court for Justice and Human Rights, 141 organizations said today in a declaration in advance of an African Union meeting in Nairobi. The organizations include both African groups and international groups and have a presence in 40 African countries.
Somali Activists Take Aim At Tribalism, Push for National Unity
A group of Somali activists are planning to launch a nationwide awareness campaign on Tuesday (August 26th) on the dangers of tribalism, which they say is harmful to the country's vision of restoring law and order after decades of civil war.

Primary content on this page
Turkey's Erdogan is inaugurated as president
29-08-2014

Sources say second American killed fighting with ISIS in Syria identified as Abdirahmaan Muhumed
29-08-2014

Nine killed in fighting between rival regions in north Somalia
29-08-2014

Man arrested with 23 Kenyan passports could be Al Shabaab sympathiser: police
28-08-2014

Ethiopia Urged to Intensify Support for Somalia's Peace
28-08-2014

Somalia: UNHCR - We Shall Assist the Refugees Going Back to Somalia Willingly
28-08-2014

UNHCR gears up for voluntary repatriation of Somali refugees
27-08-2014

Eight more killed in Mandera inter-clan clashes
27-08-2014

Somalia ready for business AU chief
27-08-2014

African States: Reject Immunity for Leaders
26-08-2014

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