Thursday, December 14, 2017

Millions of Danish aid heading to Horn of Africa

Civil war and drought continues to wreak havoc in South Sudan, Somalia and Yemen The development minister, Ulla Tørnæs, has set aside 125 million kroner...

Witnesses in Somalia Report Sinking Ship After Explosion

Officials and residents in Somalia's Puntland region say they saw a large ship off the country's coast explode and gradually begin to sink Monday. Witnesses...

Al-Shabaab Beheads Three Kenyans

Al-Shabaab militants, Al-Qaeda’s affiliate in East Africa, beheaded three Kenyans in the Eastern part of the country.  Lamu County Commissioner Gilbert Kitiyo says gunmen...

Somali troops flee to Kenya to escape Shabaab attack

Somali soldiers, some of them wounded, fled across the border into Kenya during an attack by Islamic militants on the town of Bulo Hawo...

Somalia bombing may have been revenge for botched US-led operation

Officials investigating attack that killed more than 300 people believe the bomber may have been motivated by desire for revenge for a raid in...

Conflict in Somalia’s south forces over 10,000 to flee

Aerial bombardment and ground fighting in Somalia’s Middle and Lower Shabelle regions this month have forced over 10,000 people to flee for their lives,...

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In Somalia, an Overlooked Extremist Hotbed Simmers

Maimed in the war between Somalia government and al Qaeda’s affiliate al-Shabaab, the patients of De Martino Hospital prefer not to talk about what...

Somaliland applies global resilience expertise to drought response

Somaliland authorities are carrying out a “ Drought Impact Needs Assessment” (DINA), based on a globally recognized methodology, that is identifying long term solutions...

Republic of Somaliland Inaugurates Its Third-elected, Fifth President

The newly elected president of Somaliland Muse Bihi Abdi was sworn in for office on Wednesday, a month after the Election Day on the...