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Jowhar.com Somali News Leader

Jowhar.com-Somali News Leader

KAMPALA, UGANDA—Long-time Ugandan leader Yoweri Museveni was declared the winner of the presidential election, with more than 60 per cent of the votes, but the main opposition party rejected the results as fraudulent. ...

Canada’s Foreign Affairs Minister Stéphane Dion is heading for his first official visit to Germany to discuss pressing international issues with his German counterpart Frank-Walter Steinmeier, Global Affairs Canada announced Friday. ...

I am writing to you with regards to your recent agreement reached and signed in Mogadishu between yourselves and the Federal Government of Somalia. ...

Puntland Petroleum and Minerals Agency (PPMA) is very concerned about the illegal activities of two foreign companies conducting seismic operation activities offshore Somalia without the legal and constitutional mandate to do so. ...

Garamba National Park, DR Congo – On a recent Sunday a team of rangers slung backpacks and assault rifles into a helicopter for the flight to a remote part of Garamba, a vast national park in Democratic Republic of Congo. ...

Kenya has killed the commander of an elite unit within Somalia’s al Shabaab Islamist insurgency, a man blamed for masterminding a deadly attack on a Kenyan military camp in southern Somalia last month, the Kenyan military said on Thursday. ...

Apple Inc. rejected a court order to help U.S. investigators unlock an iPhone used by one of the shooters in a terrorist attack in California, accusing the U.S. government of “overreach” that will set a dangerous precedent. ...

Opposition claims of corruption and lack of progress fuel tensions in Kampala as Yoweri Museveni bids for fifth term as Ugandan president ...

It rained in Mbalavala two weeks ago. The clouds built up from the south, a shower cleared the dusty air, but then, cruelly, it stopped after an hour. For a moment, the 120 families who live in the southern Mozambican village thought their two-year drought was ending. ...

Severe droughts and floods have ruined harvests, and left nearly 100 million people in southern Africa, Asia and Latin America facing food and water shortages. ...