Somalis at Indian prison face poor living conditions
A Somali national who is one of 118 prisoners held at a jail in Mumbai, the largest city in India said they are facing poor living conditions, including lack of health care, food shortage and clean water.
Somali politician calls for probe into central bank scam
A Somali presidential candidate has called for an independent probe into the theft of $530,000 by a teller at the country’s central bank, suggesting an amount higher than announced by officials was stolen.
Anger as Muslim women denied service at French eatery
Social media users have expressed anger after a video posted online appeared to show two Muslim women in France being told to leave a restaurant by a man, reportedly the eatery's boss, who called all Muslims "terrorists".
AU says securing Somali election is top priority for AMISOM
The Somali National Army and the African Union Mission In Somalia will halt any attempts by the militant insurgent group Al Shabaab to disrupt the upcoming electoral process, the African Union Special Representative for Somalia, Francisco Madeira said Friday.
Olympics Marathon Medalist's Protest Shines Spotlight on Unrest in Ethiopia
When marathon silver medalist Feyisa Lilesa crossed the finish line at the Rio Olympics, he crossed his arms above his head in an "X", a sign of protest against the Ethiopian government's treatment of his people, the ethnic Oromo.