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Two Somali reporters released on bail, two still jailed
23-10-2014

3 US girls who wanted to join ISIS victims of online predator, say officials
23-10-2014

Sustained response to Somalia piracy requires effective State governance – UN political chief
23-10-2014

Somali officers relate to immigrant communities
23-10-2014

President of Khatumo State ordered to leave Ethiopia
23-10-2014

Minneapolis man counters online radical recruitment videos with cartoons
22-10-2014

Somali parliament discusses political parties, 2016 elections
22-10-2014

Uganda Special Forces Commander visits Somalia
22-10-2014

Drought and climate change in the Horn of Africa require responsibility and resilience
22-10-2014

Nordic Somali communities join forces to fight extremist recruitment
22-10-2014



Two Somali reporters released on bail, two still jailed
Two Somali journalists from a major radio station have been released on bail after two months in jail but two others remain behind bars accused of inciting violence, colleagues said Wednesday.
3 US girls who wanted to join ISIS victims of online predator, say officials
The case of three teenage girls being investigated for trying to join Islamic State militants poses vexing questions for US officials about the use of social media by terror groups to recruit people inside the United States, experts said Wednesday.
Sustained response to Somalia piracy requires effective State governance – UN political chief
While noting the progress made to combat piracy off the coast of Somalia, the United Nations political chief today said that a sustained long-term solution must include the presence of effective Government and State institutions that provide basic services and alternative ways for people to make a living.
Somali officers relate to immigrant communities
Salah Ahmed wanted to become a cop ever since he moved to the United States from Egypt.
On the other hand, Abdiwahab Ali’s interests gravitated to law enforcement after 9/11 — several years after he moved from Somalia to Minnesota in 1995. After becoming a Minneapolis Police Department officer, he went on to help establish the Somali American Police Association.
President of Khatumo State ordered to leave Ethiopia
Ethiopian government has ordered president of Khatumo State of Somalia Mr. Ali Khalif Galyedh to leave Ethiopia. President Ali Khalif was in Addis Ababa to attend Conference on Federalism sponsored by Horn Economic and Social policy Institute(HESPI).
Minneapolis man counters online radical recruitment videos with cartoons
A Minneapolis convenience store manager is on a mission to undercut the formidable online recruitment operations of overseas militants.
Somali parliament discusses political parties, 2016 elections
The Somali federal parliament on Monday (October 20th) discussed preparations for general elections in 2016 and the formation political parties, government-run Radio Mogadishu reported.
Uganda Special Forces Commander visits Somalia
The UPDF Special Forces Commander Brig. Muhoozi Kainerugaba has commended the Ugandan and Somali troops for their recent decisive operation against the Al-Shabaab terrorist organization.
Drought and climate change in the Horn of Africa require responsibility and resilience
While Ebola occupies the world’s attention, a humanitarian crisis is quickly unfolding in Somalia. In August, the Somali federal government declared famine in several regions. The rain necessary for food arrived a month late and was brief in duration. Drought grips much of the country, leaving nearly 3 million Somalis at risk for food insecurity. In conflict areas, over a million people remain displaced from their homes. UNICEF estimates that 200,000 children could die by the end of the year if no action is taken.
Nordic Somali communities join forces to fight extremist recruitment
Reports of Finnish youngsters being recruited to join extremist Islamist groups and leaving to fight in conflicts abroad have shocked the local Somali community.
Three Denver girls reportedly en route to Turkey detained, sent home
Three teenage girls from Denver who had been missing since last week and were reported to be traveling toTurkey were picked up in Germany and sent back home, U.S. officials said on Tuesday.
 
Primary content on this page
Two Somali reporters released on bail, two still jailed
23-10-2014

3 US girls who wanted to join ISIS victims of online predator, say officials
23-10-2014

Sustained response to Somalia piracy requires effective State governance – UN political chief
23-10-2014

Somali officers relate to immigrant communities
23-10-2014

President of Khatumo State ordered to leave Ethiopia
23-10-2014

Minneapolis man counters online radical recruitment videos with cartoons
22-10-2014

Somali parliament discusses political parties, 2016 elections
22-10-2014

Uganda Special Forces Commander visits Somalia
22-10-2014

Drought and climate change in the Horn of Africa require responsibility and resilience
22-10-2014

Nordic Somali communities join forces to fight extremist recruitment
22-10-2014

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