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Al-Qaida-linked militants detonated multiple bomb blasts and engaged in ongoing battles with security forces in an attempt to breach the main U.N. compound in Mogadishu, officials said Wednesday.
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A suicide bomber and several gunmen attacked a United Nations compound in the Somali capital Mogadishu on Wednesday, police and witnesses said, in a strike that bore the hallmarks of al Qaeda-linked militants.
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Soldiers of the Djiboutian Contingent serving with the African Union Mission in Somalia disembark from a United Nations aircraft during the arrival of further Djiboutian troops in AMISOM Sector 4 at the airport of the central Somali town of Belet Weyne, about 300 km northwest of the capital Mogadishu, in this handout photograph released November ... (more)
Somaliland government rejected an aircraft attempting to land at Egal International Airport in Hargeisa on Tuesday, after Somaliland officials said the plane requested to use airspace from the Somali Federal Government , Garowe Online reports.
Fifty-five journalists fled their homes in the past year with help from the Committee to Protect Journalists.
Shabelle. Mogadishu- 17-June, 2013. SKA an international company which has invested millions of dollars in Mogadishu's Adan Ade international Airport is deeply baffled by rumours in Mogadishu which say that the Somali government has revoked a license which the company was managing the airport's logistical and handling services.
Kenyan police said on Monday they had shot dead a suspected supporter of the Somali militant group al Shabaab during a gunfight and said he had been plotting attacks in the country.
President Barack Obama answers questions at a White House news conference in Washington, April 30, 2013, where he strongly suggested he'd consider military action against Syria if it could be confirmed that President Bashar Assad's government used chemical weapons in the two-year-old civil war.
Larry Pleasants, photographed in his Virginia Beach home on June 15, 2013, is an Army veteran who retired in May from the National Guard after more than two decades of service.
Jeremy Scahill has traveled to some of the most dangerous spots on Earth - Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia - as a journalist trying to tell the story of, in his words, "the war within the war."
At least seven people were killed when a bomb exploded in a tea shop popular with government troops in the Somali town of Wanlaweyn on Saturday, officials and residents said.
A joint delegation from China and Djibouti arrived in Mogadishu Tuesday to help re-build Mogadishu's port, Kenya's Africa Review reported.
Special Representative Nicholas Kay listening in Mogadishu to one of a group of Somali women activists about a number of their concerns.