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Recent stabbings in London hit highest death rate since 2003

Wednesday May 23, 2018 Paul Bradbury / Getty Images  London’s knife crime numbers continue to soar, as four men were stabbed in a five-day frenzy of violence. The latest victim of London’s violent crime epidemic died last night, stabbed in broad daylight in North London. The man, understood to be aged in his 20s, was […]

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U.A.E. Raises the Stakes to Stop Foreigners From Leaving Dubai

By Netty Idayu Ismail , Filipe Pacheco , and Matthew Martin Tuesday May 22, 2018 Skyscrapers sit at Dubai Marina.Photographer: Razan Alzayani/Bloomberg The United Arab Emirates is taking its most drastic steps yet to stop Saudi Arabia or Qatar from encroaching on its lead in attracting foreign investors.In an unprecedented departure in policy, the U.A.E. […]

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Piracy incidents double off coast of East Africa in 2017: study

Monday May 21, 2018 NAIROBI, May 21 (Xinhua) — The number of piracy incidents doubled off the coast of East Africa in 2017 compared to 2016, an international maritime body said in its latest report released on Monday. This indicates that Somali criminal networks are still capable of sophisticated attacks, according to the report by […]

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May 19, 2018 0   Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter The Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) are scheduled to withdraw from Somalia in two years according to timelines drawn by the United Nations Security Council. The planned withdrawal comes seven years after KDF troops entered Somalia under the aegis of “Operation Linda Nchi” on October […]

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Berbera Port expansion project to commence in September

The Reporter Saturday May 19, 2018 By Birhanu Fikade FILE – Port of Berbera After forming a tripartite port development agreement with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Ethiopia, the Government of Somaliland, which is yearning to gain an international recognition, has made arrangements to commence the construction of new port facilities at the Port […]

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Friday May 18, 2018 It is rare to hear the words Africa and scuba diving in the same sentence but this is the precise experience afforded to tourists on the coast of Eritrea. The Eritrean Red Sea coast, also called the “Blue Gold” of the Red Sea, is a divers paradise. Eritrea is situated in […]

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Egypt joins condemnations of force Egypt’s foreign ministry has released a statement condemning the Israeli military’s use of force at the border. Egypt rejects the use of force against peaceful marches demanding legitimate and just rights, and warns of the negative consequences of this dangerous escalation in the occupied Palestinian territories.” Posted at15:13 US ‘breaking […]

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Saturday May 12, 2018 Federal officials have opened criminal investigations related to the controversial attempted deportation of 92 Somali nationals last December, according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The Somalis are currently being held at several detention centers in South Florida as a federal court case about their attempted removal is ongoing. In December, […]

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Friday May 11, 2018 Armed attackers struck a mosque outside the South African city of Durban on Thursday, stabbing to death an imam and injuring two others in a country known for its peaceful religious relations. Three men entered the large mosque after midday prayers, carrying guns and attacking the victims with knives and then […]

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Interview: Jay Bahadur, the Man who Chronicled the Somali Pirates

Merion West Thursday May 10, 2018 By 
Erich J. Prince “My point was always, ‘Look, this is the hook.’ Piracy is the hook, if you want to get people interested in Somalia’s problems and the region’s problems; you’re not going to get them to read a World Food Programme treatise.” Jay Bahadur became famous for, […]

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Tuesday May 8, 2018 QC – FILE PHOTO Some 5,000 Somali families have availed of the aid provided by a joint Qatari-Turkish campaign to help flood victims in Baldwin, Somalia. This is the first humanitarian initiative to respond to relief calls by flood victims in this city located in the centre of the country. Qatar […]

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Monday April 30, 2018 By Zach Dubinsky CRA probe finds millions of dollars in potentially bogus deductions and losses, court filing shows Tax preparer Mohamed Jesow acknowledges he himself owes more than $75,000 to the government. But as for CRA allegations that he falsified the tax returns of possibly hundreds of clients, he says: ‘Revenue […]

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New Ethiopian PM Makes First Official Visit to Djibouti

Mohamed Olad Hassan Sunday April 29, 2018 Ethiopia’s new prime minister, Abiy Ahmed, began his first trip outside his country Saturday to Djibouti, a small but strategic country on the Red Sea. During Ahmed’s 48-hour stay in Djibouti, he was scheduled to participate in talks on security, trade and improving the neighboring countries’ strategic interests, […]

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Djibouti Launches Digital Transformation to Improve Services to Citizens

ModernDipolmacy Saturday, April 28, 2018 The World Bank announced today new support for Djiboutia��s ongoing efforts to leverage digital technology to bring government closer to citizens and improve the impact, transparency and efficiency of its public administration. With a US$15 million credit from IDA, the World Banka��s fund for the poorest countries, the new project […]

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Thursday April 26, 2018 By Addis Getachew Multinational African peacekeeping force was deployed in Somalia in 2007 to cope with threat of al-Shabaab terrorist group FILE PHOTO ADDIS ABABA -Ethiopia wants the multinational African peacekeeping force to stay in Somalia, Ethiopian Foreign Ministrya��s spokesman said on Thursday. “Ethiopia’s stance on the issue of AMISOMa��s [African […]

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Exclusive – Weapons stolen from UAE training facility in Somalia, sold on open market

Abdi Sheikh, Feisal Omar Wednesday April 25, 2018 Weapons looted from a former United Arab Emirates (UAE) military training camp are displayed during a Reuters interview in Mogadishu, Somalia April 25, 2018. REUTERS/Feisal Omar MOGADISHU (Reuters) – At least 600 weapons were stolen in the past week from a former United Arab Emirates-run training centre […]

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Meet the women fighting cheetah smuggling in Somaliland

One.org Tuesday April 24, 2018 By: Megan Iacobini de Fazio In a large, empty-looking house on a hill in Hargeisa, Somaliland, Nejuu is preparing dinner for her a�?babies.a�? The veterinary student cuts up a kilo of red meat and places chunks of it on a plate. a�?Careful! Theya��re going to go crazy when they see […]

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Police open investigation, state media says, as videos posted online purport to show area ringing with heavy gunfire. Sunday April 22, 2018 Saudi forces have shot down a toy drone near the royal palace in the capital, Riyadh, as videos posted online purported to show the area ringing with heavy gunfire. The official spokesman of […]

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Tuesday April 17, 2018 Ethiopia and Zanzibar have been kicked out of the ongoing CECAFA U17 Challenge Cup after the two countries were found to have registered/fielded ineligible players at the tournament. Both Zanzibar and Ethiopia breached the tournament Rules and Regulations on age limit as stipulated in Article. 4.0 (Qualification of players), sub sections […]

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Wednesday April 11, 2018 President Farmaajo addressing 1200 army recruits at the Gen. Goordan military base in Mogadishu on Saturday. Photo credit: Villa Somalia Mogadishu (HOL) – Diplomatic relations between the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Somalia have hit a new low on Wednesday as Somalia announced that it will take over the training and […]

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Monday April 2, 2018 By Aaron Bunch Refugee Igra sits at the Mosque of Al Barokah in Jakarta, Indonesia: a�?I dona��t feel safe here at night,a�� Igra says. a�?On the street I am vulnerable to anyone.a�� Photograph: Aaron Bunch/AAP Homeless mother-of-three, Nimo, fled to Indonesia from Somalia after Islamists killed her family, but with prostitution […]

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Over 100 Al-Shabaab Militants killed Hiiraan region, military official says

Sunday April 1, 2018 Ahmed Mohamed Teredicio, the commander of 52nd Bridgade of Somali Army BELEDWEYNE – Over 100 Al-Shabaab militants have been killed and dozens of training camps were destroyed in operations conducted by Somali Army in Hiiraan region since mid March, military official said on Saturday.Hundreds of Somali troops backed by AU forces […]

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We created Jubaland to secure Kenyaa��s borders, DPP nominee tells MPs

Tuesday March 27, 2018 By JOHN MUCHANGI, @jomunji DPP nominee Noordin Haji in an undated photo. /FILE Kenyaa��s plan to carve out a semi-autonomous region called Jubaland in Somalia had already been finalised as early as 2010. The final process, which placed Kenya at loggerheads with the Somali government in Mogadishu, took place in January […]

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Which Way to the Sea, Please? Horn of Africa Journal [Oct/Dec 1978)

We take pleasure in sharing Nuruddin Faraha��s article, which we believe is relevant to the current debate about the rightness or wrongness of leasing the port of Berbera to the Emirate-owned DP World, with Ethiopia taking 19% stake in the share. The article appeared in the now defunct Horn of Africa Journal forty years ago […]

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Thursday March 22, 2018 The prime suspect in a botched terror mission targeting the Supreme Court and other government installations in Nairobi worked with several Kenyans who helped him acquire fake documents and move around. Police say Abdimajit Hassan Adan worked closely with Anthony Kitila Makau, Mohamed Osman Nane, John Kiarie, and Lydia Nyawira Mburu. […]

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Thursday March 22, 2018 MANKATO a�� Refugee resettlement in the Mankato area has slowed over the past year amid President Donald Trumpa��s attempts to ban travelers from certain Muslim-majority countries. The local drop is a reflection of whata��s happened statewide and nationwide, adding further uncertainty for refugees already in the middle of lengthy resettlement processes. […]

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Monday March 19, 2018 The Office of the President of European Council on Tourism and Trade announced that President of Djibouti Ismail Omar Guelleh has been selected as a World Leader of Tourism and a member of European Tourism Academy for his “recognition of the role and significance of tourism on the world stage.” The […]

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