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Gunning down the taxmen of Somalia
21-10-2014

Somalia Doesn't Need To Alter Kenya Border
21-10-2014

Somalia Anticipating Liberation of More Shabaab Controlled Areas
19-10-2014

UN: Somalis Need Food, Not Just Security Improvements
19-10-2014

Somali Minister of Interior on Mozambique Election Observation Mission
19-10-2014

UN Report Warns Of Islamic Extremists Group Al-Shabaab Growth
18-10-2014

The AU Establishes a Team to Investigate Allegations of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse by the AMISOM
18-10-2014

UN Report Warns Of Islamic Extremists Group Al-Shabaab Growth
18-10-2014

Gunning down the taxmen of Somalia
Feysal Mohamed Ahmed is a man living in fear. He is tasked with the unenviable job of collecting taxes in a city awash with small arms and where people aren't accustomed to paying government taxes.
Somalia Doesn't Need To Alter Kenya Border
THIS case makes Migingo Island look like a storm in a tea cup.
Somalia believes its border with Kenya should follow the same diagonal direction as its border where it reaches the Indian Ocean.

Somalia Anticipating Liberation of More Shabaab Controlled Areas
The government of Somalia is expecting to liberate more Al-Shabab controlled areas within the next six months.
UN: Somalis Need Food, Not Just Security Improvements
The United Nations envoy in Somalia is warning that political and security improvements are not enough to stop hunger and stave off a worsening humanitarian crisis.
Somali Minister of Interior on Mozambique Election Observation Mission
The Minister of Interior and Federal Affairs of the Somali Federal Government, Mr. Abdullahi Goodah Bare have been invited to attend an election observation mission in Mozambique organized by EISA (Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa).
UN Report Warns Of Islamic Extremists Group Al-Shabaab Growth
Al-Shabaab is shipping large quantities of charcoal from a port in Somalia controlled by the Kenya Defence Forces, United Nations monitors say in a report released Wednesday. The UN cautioned that the surge of revenue will only boost the power and influence of the Islamic extremists group.
The AU Establishes a Team to Investigate Allegations of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse by the AMISOM
Mogadishu - The Chairperson of the Commission of the African Union (AU), H.E. Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, has today authorized the deployment of an Investigation Team to look into allegations of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (SEA) leveled against personnel of the AU Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) by Human Rights Watch (HRW) in a report titled “The Power these Men Have Over Us – Sexual Exploitation and Abuse by African Union Forces in Somalia” which was issued in Nairobi, Kenya on 8 September, 2014.
UN Report Warns Of Islamic Extremists Group Al-Shabaab Growth
Al-Shabaab is shipping large quantities of charcoal from a port in Somalia controlled by the Kenya Defence Forces, United Nations monitors say in a report released Wednesday. The UN cautioned that the surge of revenue will only boost the power and influence of the Islamic extremists group.
UN Report Finds Gulf Financiers Aid Somalia Islamist Insurgency
Key financiers of Islamist militants in Somalia are operating with impunity in Gulf states, undermining efforts to end an insurgency in the Horn of Africa country, a United Nations monitoring group said.
An Islamist View of Somalia’s Political Crisis
In recent weeks, Somali security forces working in unison with troops of the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) have made significant steps in its battle against al-Shabaab extremists, retaking the coastal towns of Barawe and Adale. Shabaab has responded to the military campaign by mounting assassinations and terrorist strikes within the Somali capital of Mogadishu, including an October 12 car bombing of a Mogadishu café that killed 15 people and wounded another 18. Amidst the ongoing violence and security concerns, Somalia’s Federal Government continues to struggle with issues of regional rights, development, foreign investment, corruption, federalism and national reconciliation. In the following AIS exclusive interview, an insider’s perspective of the political struggle in Somalia is provided by Abdurahman Abdullahi Baadiyow, a candidate in the 2012 presidential elections and the current leader of Somalia’s broad-based National Unity Party (NUP).
Fears black market will flourish as Aussie banks stop Somalia remittances
A decision by Australian banks to close down remittance facilities to Somalia could lead to an increase in the black market and may even play into the hands of terror groups, experts say.
Latest Artist News Update
Gunning down the taxmen of Somalia
21-10-2014

Somalia Doesn't Need To Alter Kenya Border
21-10-2014

Somalia Anticipating Liberation of More Shabaab Controlled Areas
19-10-2014

UN: Somalis Need Food, Not Just Security Improvements
19-10-2014

Somali Minister of Interior on Mozambique Election Observation Mission
19-10-2014

UN Report Warns Of Islamic Extremists Group Al-Shabaab Growth
18-10-2014

The AU Establishes a Team to Investigate Allegations of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse by the AMISOM
18-10-2014

UN Report Warns Of Islamic Extremists Group Al-Shabaab Growth
18-10-2014

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