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Last week, I could only watch on television news as soldiers herded scores of my countrymen on to trucks like livestock, to be driven to detention centers. Women carrying babies struggled to climb onto the cumbersome vehicles, ...

While “ASAP” is an acronym that connotes a timely and efficient result, most if not all, operations that are veiled with the romantic motto, ...

In the 1980s, there was much talk in Nigeria about the “Kaduna Mafia”, a mythical and not-so-secretive organisation said to be made up of influential northern Nigerian intellectuals, ...

Two weeks ago, a group of 200 high school students from different schools in Mogadishu was asked about their preferences toward higher education. ...

Once upon a time, a man came to another man down on his knees looking for something under a streetlamp. The passerby inquired as to what the other man was looking for. ...

The essayist is of Somali origin and has lived in Somalia during the time of the “lost paradise” . He grew up in Beletweyne and studied in the cosmopolitan Mogadishu. A scholarship allowed him to take up post-graduate studies in Western Europe. ...

As the combined forces of the Somali national Army and AMISOM are taking armed offensives to the last reing strategic holdouts of Alshabab, ...

Somali people are considered themselves one people, one tribe and homogeneous. They speak the same language, practice one religion and share the same culture and customs. ...