Al Shabaab executes four suspected spies in Barawe
Reports from Somalia’s Lower Shabelle region indicate that al Shabaab militant group on Monday reportedly executed four men accused of spying for the federal government and its western allies in Barawe town.
Somalia: Puntland and Galmadug Agree to Mediation, Operations Resume At Galkayo Airport
Officials from Somalia's federal state of Puntland and the Galmadug regional administration agreed to participate in federal government mediation efforts after disputes over the management of Abdullahi Yusuf International Airport in Galkayo, Somalia's RBC Radio reported Sunday (September 29th).
Uganda: Police stops terrorist attack on Luzira Prisons
Government security agencies have intercepted a communication from terrorists in Uganda to an al-Qaeda cell in Maghreb, North Africa, requesting for help to bomb Luzira Prisons to free eight terror suspects who are on remand in connection with the July 11, 2010 Kampala twin bombings, the Police have revealed.
Somalia will be united by 2016, President tells UN General Assembly
Somalia is at a critical juncture in its efforts to achieve security and stability, the country’s President told the United Nations General Assembly calling for continued support to strengthen Somalia as a security and ideological “firewall.”