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World - Africa
3/25/2021 2:55:25 PM
There was no immediate claim of responsibility. Somalia's Islamist group al Shabaab has, in the past, conducted similar attacks on the base and airport
World - Africa
3/24/2021 1:32:00 PM
The Dadaab and the Kakuma refugee camps in northern Kenya together host more than 410,000 people, a small proportion of whom are from South Sudan
World - Africa
3/13/2021 10:14:38 AM
Somalia missed a deadline to hold an election by February 8, when President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, better known by his nickname Farmajo, was due to step down, sparking a constitutional crisis in the already-fragile state
Opinion - Test Page
3/10/2021 9:26:00 PM
The aggressive tone of Ethiopian diplomacy with regard to Sudan or the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam in no way serves the best interests of the Ethiopian people
Egypt - Politics
3/7/2021 10:56:00 AM
A statement by the foreign ministry offered condolences to the families of the dead and wished a speedy recovery for the injured
World - Africa
3/6/2021 9:52:41 PM
On Friday al Shabaab said they had freed 400 prisoners in a raid on the main prison in Bosaso, Puntland's largest commercial city, in the early hours of Friday
World - Africa
3/6/2021 12:58:00 PM
Police spokesman Sadiq Ali Adan blamed the attack on the local al-Shabab extremist group, which is linked to al-Qaida and often targets Mogadishu with bombings. The Luul Yamani restaurant also was attacked last year
World - Africa
3/5/2021 2:50:38 PM
Al Shabaab said it had freed at least 400 prisoners, many of them its members, in its assault on the main prison in Bosaso, Puntland's largest city, in the early hours of Friday. The authorities did not confirm that figure
World - Region
2/25/2021 9:00:16 PM
Many countries in the region are intensifying their counterterrorism efforts, the report noted
Egypt - Politics
2/20/2021 3:22:43 PM
Egypt called on the conflicting parties “to hold free and transparent elections at the earliest opportunity"
World - Africa
2/19/2021 9:52:12 AM
Somalia's minister of security, Hassan Hundubey Jimale, accused the opposition of starting the fighting
World - Africa
2/16/2021 12:52:03 PM
The name alone is enough to stir biblical fears of devastation and famine -- an insect foe that breeds prolifically and eats its own weight in food every day
World - Africa
2/9/2021 9:22:32 PM
'We call on Somalia's leaders to resume their dialogue urgently so that national elections can take place now,' State Department Spokesman Ned Price told reporters
World - Africa
2/7/2021 3:54:36 PM
A roadside bomb went off just outside the central Somalia town of Dhusamareb on Sunday, killing 12 agents working for the National Intelligence and Security Agency
World - Africa
2/6/2021 2:00:53 PM
President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed flew back to the capital Mogadishu without a deal on the staffing of regional electoral commissions
World - Africa
2/1/2021 12:10:38 PM
'The operation is over now. Nine people including four attackers died and over 10 civilians were injured,' Sadik Ali, told reporters from the scene and via Facebook
World - Africa
1/31/2021 5:39:40 PM
'A speeding car exploded near the hotel and checkpoint. The blast shook us and heavy gunfire followed,' a shopkeeper said
World - Africa
1/30/2021 1:04:31 PM
The government has strenuously denied allegations that Somali troops were sent to battlefields in Tigray, where Ethiopian federal troops have been fighting with regional forces since November
World - Africa
1/27/2021 5:29:00 PM
The foreign ministries of both countries said separately Wednesday that the inquiry had rejected Somalia's complaint, further angering Mogadishu, which accused the group of bias
World - Africa
1/27/2021 12:45:17 PM
The problems include tensions with the states, technical aspects such as voter registration and security challenges posed by the Al-Qaeda-affiliated Al-Shabaab militant group
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