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16 hrs ago | In-depth Africa
MOGADISHU, Somalia, July 28, 2014/African Press Organization / - The National Union of Somali Journalists today accused the Somaliland authorities of waging a renewed campaign of intimidation against media after the police arrested two journalists.
21 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com
African Union troops in Somalia said Friday they had killed two "senior" commanders of the al-Qaeda-linked Shabaab insurgents, in the latest push of an offensive against the extremist fighters.
23 hrs ago | Walta Information Centre
Addis Ababa, 28 July 2014 A - AMISOM troops together with the Somali National Army have today captured an assortment of weapons and ammunition from al Shabaab suspects in the capital Mogadishu.
Nearly 70 patients at the Keysaney hospital in Somalia's capital Mogadishu have benefited from a cash aid donation by the recently-launched UK-based charity, Alpha Trust Organization, whose leaders are currently visiting the Somali capital.
Multiple blasts and battles broke out last night in several of Mogadishu's districts which was resulted to have caused severe fatalities.
Letter: Somalis worldwide lost a great leader Saado Ali Warsame lived in St. Cloud for many years before returning to Somalia.
Boost in business is being felt in the markets of Mogadishu as it is just days before the celebrations of Eid-ul-Firt.
African Union troops in Somalia said Friday they had killed two "senior" commanders of the Al-Qaeda-linked Shebab insurgents, in the latest push of an offensive against the extremist fighters.
For 15 years, Amran Mahamood made a living circumcising young girls in Hargeysa, Somalia.
Saado Ali Warsame, a member of the Somali parliament and a well-known figure in Minnesota, was mourned Thursday after drive-by shooting.
Mohamed Hersi, the first Canadian convicted of attempting to fight with a terrorist group abroad, was given the maximum sentence of 10 years Thursday morning in a Brampton courtroom.
U.S. Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr. The Justice Department has accused a group of five people, some in the U.S., of one count of conspiracy and 20 counts of providing material support to the terrorist group Shabab.
Bishop Giorgio Bertin, who serves the tiny Catholic community in Somalia, reveals that he hides his identity when he visits the troubled African country.
The U.S. Attorney's Office in Alexandria announced the charges Wednesday. The two women, one from Kent, and the other from Reston, Virginia, are charged with providing material support to a foreign terrorist network.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 09:31 am
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