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Jowhar.com Somali News Leader

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Senior military officers of the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) and the Somali National Army will undertake major military operations to liberate areas still under Al-Shabaab control. ...

Mogadishu, 24 November 2016 – The FIEIT and the IEDRM wish to highlight the progress that has been achieved to date in the 2016 Electoral Process. ...

Somalia Presidential candidate Jabril Ibrahim Abdulle on Tuesday warned that the Horn of Africa country was on the brink of an all out civil war due to corruption. ...

Mogadishu, 20 November, 2016: The President of the Federal Republic of Somalia, HE Hassan Sheik Mohamud expresses his appreciation to the state governments, Indirect Election Implementation Teams, the Somali National Army, state security forces and AMISOM and commends their role in the smooth-running of the election for members of Somali National Parliament. ...

The Prime Minister of the Federal Republic of Somalia H.E. Omar A. A. Sharmarke successfully negotiated a ceasefire and a two (2) kilometer pullback of troops on each side. ...

The National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ) condemns – in the strongest terms possible – the arrest of a Somali journalist on Saturday, 19 November, 2016 in Galkayo. 
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Mogadishu: HE Hassan Sheik Mohamud, the president of the Federal Government of Somalia (FGS), has appealed to Somali pubic and the international community to urgently help Somali people affected by the drought in parts of the country. ...

Jubbaland state completed its fifth day of voting for seats in the House of the People with another six members elected to the lower chamber of the federal parliament. ...

Before we talk about the Somalia relations with its neighbor courtiers we must ask ours about Somalia clan’s relation with themselves. Is it a cat and mouse relation or bad apple? Or the clans are lion’s den. It’s clear evidence that antagonism always begun at home and transform in to neighbors and to the world at large. ...

As the clock ticked past 11am and birds nestling on the short dry shrub trees chirped away, a large group of young men in camouflage uniforms and black face-wraps appeared from nowhere and marched towards an open clearing in the bush, their feet kicking up dust in the soft, sun-baked brown soil beneath. ...