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Uhuru, Somalia President hold talks over maritime border dispute

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Uhuru, Somalia President hold talks over maritime border dispute

Mar. 06, 2019, 12:00 pm By ELIUD KIBII @eliudkibii   President Uhuru Kenyatta, Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and Somalia President Mohamed Farmaajo after their meeting in Nairobi on March 6, 2019. /COURTESY President Uhuru Kenyatta and Somalia President Mohamed Farmaajo on Wednesday held a meeting over the Indian Ocean boundary dispute.The meeting was chaired by Ethiopia’s Prime Minister […]

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US House Democats delay anti-Semitic resolution amid pressure

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US House Democats delay anti-Semitic resolution amid pressure

by Ola Salem Wednesday March 6, 2019 US Representative Ilhan Omar is one of two recently-elected Muslim women in Congress [File: Jonathan Ernst/Reuters] Washington, DC – US House Democrats have delayed a vote on a second resolution condemning anti-semitism as politicians squabble over its wording, according to US media. The resolution, which was slated for […]

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Somalia and Kenya agree to end diplomatic raw

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Somalia and Kenya agree to end diplomatic raw

Wednesday March 6, 2019 President Uhuru Kenyatta and Somalia President Mohamed Farmaajo on Wednesday held a meeting over the Indian Ocean boundary dispute. The meeting was chaired by Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed in Nairobi. In a Tweet after the meeting, Abiy said both countries have agreed to work towards peace and to take measures […]

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Withdrawal of 1,000 Burundian soldiers from Somalia begins

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Withdrawal of 1,000 Burundian soldiers from Somalia begins

Friday February 22, 2019 By Eloge Willy Kaneza NAIROBI, Kenya — An official in Burundi says the withdrawal of 1,000 Burundian soldiers from the African Union regional force in Somalia has begun. The military official in Burundi, who insisted on anonymity because he is not authorized to speak to the press, said Thursday that about […]

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We’re ready to lose Somalia market, miraa traders say

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We’re ready to lose Somalia market, miraa traders say

Monday February 18, 2019 Miraa farmers could lose 90 per cent of the market if the diplomatic spat between Kenya and Somalia is not resolved. According to Kenya National Bureau of Statistics, Somalia remains Kenya’s key miraa market, taking in about 50 tonnes of the commodity daily. The miraa sold to Somalia is valued at […]

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Ex-Somalia President condemns Dusit attack, calls for international help

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Ex-Somalia President condemns Dusit attack, calls for international help

Thursday January 24, 2019 Former Somalia President Sheikh Sharif on Wednesday condemned the DusitD2 terror attack as he called on the international community not to neglect his war-ravaged nation. Sharif, who spoke to the Star in an interview in Nairobi, said all international resources should be channelled towards wiping out the Somalia-based terror group, al […]

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Ex-Somalia President Sheikh Sharif sets eye on Presidency

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Ex-Somalia President Sheikh Sharif sets eye on Presidency

Wednesday January 23, 2019 Former Somalia President Sharif Sheikh Ahmed has declared that he will once again offer himself for the country’s top seat. Sheikh Sharif served as the Head of State in 2009-11. He said the inability of the current leadership to restore peace and security in the Horn of Africa country has compelled […]

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Somalia: Federal Government bites hand that feeds it

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Somalia: Federal Government bites hand that feeds it

UNITED NATIONS ― After decades of turmoil resulting from drought, civil conflict, famine, armed militias, terrorists and even pirates, the East African country of Somalia remains a shattered state. And while massive international humanitarian assistance from the United Nations and the international community may have mitigated the worst results of the cyclical famines and somewhat […]

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Ghana To Deploy 120 Police Officers to Somalia

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Ghana To Deploy 120 Police Officers to Somalia

Saturday January 19, 2019 By Modern Ghana Ghana is set to deploy to Somalia, a contingent of 120 police personnel from the country’s Formed Police Unit (FPU). Ghana’s deployment of additional officers to the Horn of Africa country, is in response to the United Nations Security Council Resolution 2431(2018), which recommended an increment in numbers of […]

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President of Puntland Mr. Said Abdullahi Deni Issues Executive Order Halting the Signing of all New Government Contracts, Programs, and Hiring until a New Cabinet is Formed.  

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President of Puntland Mr. Said Abdullahi Deni Issues Executive Order Halting the Signing of all New Government Contracts, Programs, and Hiring until a New Cabinet is Formed.  

President of Puntland Mr. Said Abdullahi Deni Issues Executive Order Halting the Signing of all New Government Contracts, Programs, and Hiring until a New Cabinet is Formed. Puntlandes.com

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