Sunday, October 24, 2021

Somaliland: President Bihi Lashes Out at OCHA for Duplicity in the Las Anod Case

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President Musa Bihi Abdi of the Republic of Somaliland sharply lashed out, Sunday, at the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs...

UN Court Decision a Fresh Test for Kenya-Somalia Ties

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The International Court of Justice on 12 October handed down a decision mostly upholding Somalia’s claims in a long-running maritime border dispute with Kenya....

Kenya’s Spat with Somalia is More Than Just Maritime Border – Analysis

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The International Court of Justice sided with Somalia in setting a maritime boundary with Kenya in a highly anticipated ruling on Thursday. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zK3ZPwVncSQ&ab_channel=africanews The new boundary...

Somalia: Al-Shabaab Claims Responsibility of Mogadishu District Intel Chief Killing

The Jihadist Somali fighters, al-Shabaab, today, claimed responsibility for the killing of Mogadishu's Daynile district intelligence chief. The intel chief, Abdishakur Ragheh, and his bodyguards...

ICJ Sides Mostly with Somalia Against Kenya on Maritime Delimitation Dispute

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The top U.N. top court on Tuesday ruled largely in favour of Somalia in its dispute with Kenya, setting a sea boundary in part...

Murdered Spy’s Saga Casts Shadow Over Vote in War-Torn Somalia

The killing of a senior Somali spy, who according to Western officials had knowledge of a secretive regional security accord and the formation of...

Kenya Won’t Recognise Maritime Case Ruling Against Somalia — PS Kamau

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Foreign Affairs PS Macharia Kamau said the court lacks jurisdiction to determine the dispute. Kenya has said it has withdrawn compulsory jurisdiction from the International Court...

Al-Shabaab Still on Hunt-down Spree in Somalia’s Capital – Mogadishu

Al-Shabaab hunt-down of security officials and government personnel still remains unabated in the capital city of the beleaguered, failed state of Somalia. The al-Qaeda linked...

Somalia: Ahlu Sunna Fighters Demand Share of Political Power

Somalia's hitherto moderate militia are emerging as the latest challenge to the long list of problems the country has faced conducting elections. On Wednesday, militia...

Will Ethiopia’s Genocide be Worse than Rwanda’s?

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When Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2019, he was the toast of the town. Today, he is among the...