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Somaliland’s stability at risk

“The relative stability Somaliland has seen for years is now at risk of coming undone. What ought to have been…

Readers from 40 countries

Today our readers come from South Africa, Tanzania, Kenya, Somalia, Ethiopia, Central African Republic, Nigeria, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Senegal, Niger,…

Over 500,000 People So Far Affected By Floods in Somalia

“Flooding in Somalia has affected 574,000 people, displacing 370,000 of them, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs…

Weather and War – How Climate Shocks Are Compounding Somalia’s Problems

Climate change, drought, foods, coupled with the Rise of Al Shabaab have worsened the crisis in Somalia source: https://allafrica.com/stories/201911200007.html You…

Al-Shabaab Claims Take Over of Saanag Region

“Al- Shabab has claimed that it’s men have captured a town in the disputed Sanaag region of northern Somalia.” source:…

ICJ case won’t affect Kenya-Somalia relations – Farmaajo

“Kenya and Somalia have agreed to restore bilateral agreements that would allow free movement of people, a move that signals a possible thaw in relations.”…

Puntland Authorities Execute 5 Al-Shabaab Members

“Somalia’s northeastern state of Puntland executed five men believed to be members of al Shabaab and ISIS groups which are…

Al-Shabaab Launches a Daring Raid On Jubaland Army Base

“More details are coming out of an attack reported on the outskirts of Somalia’s southern port city of Kismayo on…

Readers from 36 countries

Today our readers come from 36 countries Canada, USA, Ireland, United Kingdom, Sweden, Germany, Portugal, Spain, France, Italy, Turkey, Armenia,…

Readers from 28 countries

Today our readers come from 28 countries: USA, Canada, UK, Finland, Spain, France, Germany, Italy, Kazakhstan, India, Malaysia, South Africa,…

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