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Somalia’s nascent love affair with books is blossoming as safety returns to the country
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Tough European borders push African migrants towards the US
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One man’s terrorist is another man’s carpenter
25-07-2016

Former Somali MP escapes car bombing in Mogadishu
24-07-2016

UN calls for protection of Somali children
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Man charged with shooting 5 Somalis appears in court
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Turkish staff members leave Somalia after order
23-07-2016

Two Al Shabaab suspects killed in Mombasa – police
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Al Shabaab raids AMISOM base near Somali capital
23-07-2016

Somali president meets with U.S. military officials
22-07-2016

Somalia’s nascent love affair with books is blossoming as safety returns to the country
In the craggy hills of Hargeisa, the capital of the breakaway region of Somaliland, organizers and participants this morning (July 23) flooded the opening ceremony of the ninth edition of the Hargeysa International Book Fair. In four days, almost 400 miles away in Garowe, the administrative capital of Puntland region, the second edition of another book fair will be launched. And in just over three weeks, in the seaside capital of Mogadishu, another international book fair will kick off, also for its second year.
Tough European borders push African migrants towards the US
Europe’s toughened borders are prompting migrants to switch focus to the United States, but their trek is being thwarted in central America, where a bottleneck has formed, according to the International Organisation for Migration.
One man’s terrorist is another man’s carpenter
What does a terrorist look like? No such archetype exists of course, but you certainly wouldn’t figure somebody like Mohammed Abdi*.
Former Somali MP escapes car bombing in Mogadishu
A former Somali lawmaker has narrowly escaped an assassination bid after bomb fitted into his private car went off outside a hotel in Mogadishu on Saturday evening, police said.
UN calls for protection of Somali children
Concluding a six-day visit to Somalia, a United Nations child rights envoy has called for better protection of children caught up in armed conflict, urging the country’s authorities to treat former child soldiers as victims in need of protection rather than as criminals.
Man charged with shooting 5 Somalis appears in court
A Lauderdale man was charged with assault Friday in an apparent hate crime last month in which five Somali men were shot at while they were returning to a mosque for Ramadan prayers.
Turkish staff members leave Somalia after order
The staff members of the Turkish-run Deva hospital began on Friday to leave Somalia following an order from Somali federal government.
Two Al Shabaab suspects killed in Mombasa – police
Police in Kenya’s port city of Mombasa on Thursday shot and killed two men they said were wanted fighters belonging to the Somali al Shabaab group, a senior officer said.
Al Shabaab raids AMISOM base near Somali capital
Heavily armed Al Shabaab fighters have launched an overnight attack on African Union peacekeepers’ military base located in the outskirts of Somali capital, Mogadishu.
Somali president meets with U.S. military officials
The president of the federal republic of Somalia Hassan Sheikh Mohamud has today met with top U.S. military experts at a secret base in Lower Shabelle region, reports said.
Kenya denies any involvement in abductions
Kenya’s police denied any involvement in the disappearances of at least 34 people that Human Rights Watch said were abducted in counter-terrorism operations over the past two years.
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Somalia’s nascent love affair with books is blossoming as safety returns to the country
25-07-2016

Tough European borders push African migrants towards the US
25-07-2016

One man’s terrorist is another man’s carpenter
25-07-2016

Former Somali MP escapes car bombing in Mogadishu
24-07-2016

UN calls for protection of Somali children
24-07-2016

Man charged with shooting 5 Somalis appears in court
24-07-2016

Turkish staff members leave Somalia after order
23-07-2016

Two Al Shabaab suspects killed in Mombasa – police
23-07-2016

Al Shabaab raids AMISOM base near Somali capital
23-07-2016

Somali president meets with U.S. military officials
22-07-2016

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