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Jowhar.com-Somali News Leader

Car bomb Sunday exploded on Maka Al Mukarama road in Mogadishu, killing immigration officer working at Adan Adde International airport and civilian bystander according to health officials. ...

Mogadishu, 15 November 2014 – The Minister of Information, Mustafa Duhulow, today addressed the media, providing an update on the progress of the Federal Government of Somalia (FGS) over the last week. ...

The United States has threatened to make significant cuts in the financial assistance it gives to Somalia because of political bickering by its leaders, officials said. ...

The United Nations fraud detection unit, otherwise known as the Office of Internal Oversight Services (OIOS) has recently been to Mogadishu, Somalia to evaluate the performance and value for money provided by contractors to the United Nations mission in country. ...

A closed door meeting chaired by the minister of national security Khalif Ahmed Ereg has been held in Mogadishu following wave of killings that occurred in Mogadishu in the last two days. ...

Your Excellency Mr President, the co-chair, Your Excellency Mr Prime Minister, Honourable Ministers, Members of Parliament, distinguished representatives from the Puntland, the Interim Jubba Administration, Benadir, Galmadug and civil society. ...

Mogadishu – 11 November 2014. Yesterday at the joint High Level Partnership Forum (HLPF) – Somalia Development and Reconstruction Facility (SDRF) conference held this morning in Mogadishu. His Excellency Prime Minister Abdiweli Sheik Ahmed addressed the International and Somali community participants stating that his Government has achieved irreversible momentum...

Mogadishu (Reuters) – A debate on whether to sack Somalia’s Prime Minister Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed descended into chaos on Tuesday as his supporters blew whistles and shouted out slogans, ...

UK deeply concerned about political instability in Somalia. Urges all parties to resolve differences through political process. ...

“A Sick man has a hundred advisers” is one of the widely used proverbs in Somalia and it is at best relevant to the on-going conflict in the country. Somalia has seen many well-meaning external actors (with overlapping and contradicting agenda) ending up making poor decisions that prolonged the conflict. One of the factors that led to this failure is the adaption...