Saturday, September 21, 2019

Slavery-like Behaviour Resurfaces in the United States

Officers on horseback led a black suspect through the streets by rope. The chief apologized In a pair of photos, two white lawmen atop horses...

Somaliland: Seychelles Says President Bihi Violated MoU in Pardoning Convicted Pirates

Seychelles has written to express its strong disapproval of the decision of Somaliland authorities to release, yesterday, the 19 pirates convicted by Seychelles authorities,...

Trump’s Cynical War on American Citizenship

The president's slurs and his administration's policies are an attack on U.S. democracy itself—all in a desperate bid to cling to power. Last week, a...

Freedom House Report Places Somaliland Ahead of Ethiopia, Somalia, Sudan, Egypt in Freedom

US-based independent watchdog Freedom House has asserted it’s latest report that the Republic of Somaliland enjoys more freedom than other Horn of Africa’s countries like Ethiopia, Djibouti,...

Trafficking in Persons in Conflict Contexts: What is a Realistic Response from Africa?

This brief draws on field research conducted on trafficking in persons in four protracted conflicts in Africa – Central African Republic, Libya, Nigeria and...

UNHCR Officials Accused of Demanding Bribes of Dadaab Refugees Going Home

Somali people at Kenya’s sprawling refugee camp allege that UN staff want money for everything from food to repatriation Four years ago, Asha made what...

Turkey: Erdogan slams Egypt’s ‘tyrants’ as thousands mourn Morsi

Mosques across Turkey hold prayer services for former Egyptian president, who died in a Cairo court on Monday. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has attended a prayer...

UN Joins Call for Independent Probe on Morsi Death

Mohamed Morsi's death: World reaction - Malaysia, Qatar pay tribute to former Egyptian president, but reaction from other governments has been largely muted. The United Nations...

Food Diversions in Yemen is Killing Children – WFP Boss Tells UN

Food continues to be taken “from the mouths of hungry little boys and little girls” in many areas of Yemen controlled by Houthi rebels,...

‘Accept the Call’: Story of a Radicalized Somali Teenager Explored Through the Eyes of...

A Somali immigrant struggles to grasp his child’s imprisonment. One of our best-read stories this month followed the journey of a white college dropout who...

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Did President Farmajo of Somalia Cancel Planned Visit to U.S.?

Somalia President, Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo, has cancelled his planned trip to New York this week as the Horn of Africa nation faces political crisis...

The UAE Will Triumph Over Iran in the Next Middle Eastern War

As Iranian bluster again increases, it could very well be Abu Dhabi that teaches Tehran a permanent lesson. The eleventh annual Council on Foreign Relations’...

Somaliland: Frankincense Dates Back to Biblical Days

Franincense was as good as gold im ancient times Early civilizations used camels to transport frankincense along the global trade routes. It was one of...