Friday, February 22, 2019

New evidence to soften diplomatic row between Kenya, Somalia

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (ADV) – A new evidence in the row between Kenya and Somalia has revealed an interesting twist in favor of Somalia,...

NUSOJ Condemns Brutal Harrasment of Two Somali Journalists by Government Soldiers...

The National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ) strongly condemns the brutal act in which Somali government soldiers publicly handcuffed and beaten up two local...

Joint Communique Following The State Visit By President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed...

Joint Communique Following The State Visit By President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed To Burundi. 1.At the invitation of His Excellency Pierre Nkurunziza, President of the Republic...

FGS Welcomes Close Cooperation with Somaliland Administration

Mogadishu Feb 20, 2019 The Federal Government of Somalia lauds the move by President Musa Bihi to engage in close cooperation with the Federal...

Why at this moment journalists Complaint in Mogadishu?

Reporters in the capital Mogadishu protest procedure for complex issues and the Presidential Press Office and the Prime Minister had a looga blocked to...

Poet accused of insulting government ‘must be freed’

Amnesty International is demanding the immediate release of a Somali poet who has been detained in the self-declared republic of Somaliland. Abdirahman Abees recited poems...

Burundi’s case against pullout of its troops in Somalia

The planned withdrawal of a further 1,000 troops of the African Union Mission in Somalia (Amisom), has been thrown into confusion after a directive...

Uganda’s commander of Land Forces visits troops in Somalia

Uganda’s Commander of Land Forces, Lt. Gen. Peter Elwelu, made a working visit to Somalia this week, where he interacted with troops in AMISOM’s...

Somalia Moves to Calm Diplomatic Tensions With Kenya

The Somali government has moved to calm diplomatic tensions following Kenya's decision to recall its ambassador to Mogadishu and instruct Somalia's ambassador to leave...

Withdrawal of 1,000 Burundian soldiers from Somalia begins

An official in Burundi says the withdrawal of 1,000 Burundian soldiers from the African Union regional force in Somalia has begun. An official in Burundi...

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