Sunday, February 18, 2018
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‘Who will take us?’: Myanmar’s fleeing Rohingya Muslims

Rohingya Muslims as old as 105 are pouring into Bangladesh in the hope of finding peace and some semblance of a future, as the...

Poverty and state abuse, not religion, push Africans toward militant groups, says UN

The United Nations says poverty and state violence, not religion, are driving young Africans to join militant groups as a number of Takfiri extremist...

Reelmedia: Filming a social experiment about Somalia

Reelmedia’s film “How Far Would You Walk for Clean Water?” was shown globally, on UNICEF’s social media channels, to highlight the situation of children...
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[VIDEO] Evil spell: Mombasa thieves dance on street with snake after stealing car

Witchcraft is real. At least that is what two suspected car thieves found out in Mombasa after they were caught by suspected evil powers.The two...

Race hate graffiti is daubed all over empty house as Sri Lankan family is...

Vile racist graffiti has been daubed on the outside of a house just days before a family from Sri Lanka are due to move...

The Two Americans: Abraham never fit in, Hisham finally feels at home; then their...

Abraham Davis was sitting on a thin blue pad on the concrete floor of Cell 3 in a jail in western Arkansas when a...

Safari, New York’s Somali Restaurant

Utensils are provided, but the goat with pasta is so good that it’s hard to resist wolfing it down. In the nineteen-nineties, the late, great...

The Roots of the Barcelona Attack

In Catalonia, Salafist Terror Is No Surprise The August 17 terrorist attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils, in which a total of 15 people were killed by...

Somaliland: Holes in the Kindlesphere

Many politicians in my acquaintance are fond of demonstrating their prowess with new technology. They and their researchers take great delight in deploying gizmos...

Uncovering Somalia’s forgotten music of the 1970s

A trove of recordings that survived 'Africa's Dresden' is a window into how music once flourished under a dictatorship. In 1331, famed Moroccan explorer Ibn...

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Ethiopia’s leadership race: Lemma Megersa at the front

The surprise resignation of Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn has got some people looking at Oromo leader Lemma Megersa as a potential successor Until recently,...

Ethiopia vows no military takeover amid latest emergency

Ethiopia’s defense minister on Saturday ruled out a military takeover a day after the East African nation declared a new state of emergency amid...
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Dahabshiil Group CEO calls on Somali Youth Empowerment at 1st Somaliland International Marathon Run

Mr. Abdirashid Mohamed Said Dualeh, CEO of Dahabshiil Group of Companies has called on fellow businessmen, community leaders and members of the general public...