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Somali elections: much at stake for gender representation
26-09-2016

Somalia misses date set to start elections
26-09-2016

Somali protesters urge India to release 119 ‘pirates’
26-09-2016

Government pathologist recovers one bullet as terror suspects are laid to rest
25-09-2016

Somalia says Al-Shabaab is defeated militarily
25-09-2016

Shabaab claims pro-government militias surrender in central Somalia
25-09-2016

At least 4 dead in shooting at Washington state mall
24-09-2016

Somalis in Al-Shabab Kampala case re-apply for bail
24-09-2016

Oshkosh Defense Corporation to Sell Combat Vehicles to Iraq, Somalia
24-09-2016

Tensions Spike As Kenya And Somalia Battle For Oil Rich Offshore Blocks
23-09-2016

Somali elections: much at stake for gender representation
In May this year, Somalia’s President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud issued a decree legalising the presidential elections set to take place on 30 October, after the elections for the lower and upper houses of Parliament, which take place on 24 and 25 September.
Somalia misses date set to start elections
Somalia’s electoral team failed to meet the September 24 deadline for the start of the elections of members of the Lower House, raising concerns the delay could affect the election of the president slated for October 30.
Somali protesters urge India to release 119 ‘pirates’
Somali protesters have expressed outrage over reports emerging in India that 50 out of 119 detained Somalis suspected of being pirates could face the death penalty at the end of an ongoing trial.
Government pathologist recovers one bullet as terror suspects are laid to rest
A bullet was recovered from one of the female terror suspects gunned down in Mombasa's Central police station, in an autopsy led by government pathologist Johansen Oduor at Coast General hospital.
Somalia says Al-Shabaab is defeated militarily
photojSomalia's Foreign Minister Abdisalam Omer says that as a result of successful joint operations by the Somali military and the African Union's peacekeeping force "we have militarily defeated the evil that is al-Shabab."
Shabaab claims pro-government militias surrender in central Somalia
One of Shabaab’s main radio stations in Somalia has published a report claiming “dozens” of pro-government militiamen in central Somalia hasve surrendered to the al Qaeda branch in recent days. This reportedly occurred in the Galguduud Region, where Shabaab has been able to recapture some towns after Somali and Ethiopian troops withdrew.
At least 4 dead in shooting at Washington state mall
At least four people were killed and an unknown number wounded late Friday during a shooting at a mall in the US state of Washington, with the suspect on the run, police said.
Somalis in Al-Shabab Kampala case re-apply for bail
Seven Somali nationals accused of aiding and abetting the Al-Shabab to carry out a second bomb attack on Kampala, have on Friday, re-applied for bail before the International Crimes Division court
Oshkosh Defense Corporation to Sell Combat Vehicles to Iraq, Somalia
The Oshkosh Defense Company has received a more than one third of a billion dollar foreign military sales contract to sell more than 1,500 combat vehicles to Cameroon, Iraq and Somalia, the US Department of Defense announced.
Oshkosh Defense Corporation to Sell Combat Vehicles to Iraq, Somalia
The Oshkosh Defense Company has received a more than one third of a billion dollar foreign military sales contract to sell more than 1,500 combat vehicles to Cameroon, Iraq and Somalia, the US Department of Defense announced.
Tensions Spike As Kenya And Somalia Battle For Oil Rich Offshore Blocks
This week, the International Court of Justice will hear a border dispute case pitting the neighboring – and generally neighborly – states of Somalia and Kenya against each other over waters hiding massive oil and gas reserves in the Indian Ocean.
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Somali elections: much at stake for gender representation
26-09-2016

Somalia misses date set to start elections
26-09-2016

Somali protesters urge India to release 119 ‘pirates’
26-09-2016

Government pathologist recovers one bullet as terror suspects are laid to rest
25-09-2016

Somalia says Al-Shabaab is defeated militarily
25-09-2016

Shabaab claims pro-government militias surrender in central Somalia
25-09-2016

At least 4 dead in shooting at Washington state mall
24-09-2016

Somalis in Al-Shabab Kampala case re-apply for bail
24-09-2016

Oshkosh Defense Corporation to Sell Combat Vehicles to Iraq, Somalia
24-09-2016

Tensions Spike As Kenya And Somalia Battle For Oil Rich Offshore Blocks
23-09-2016

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