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(Photo:  UNMISS / JC McIlwaine)Famine watch: South Sudan teams study hunger data
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Exclusive: Anti-pirate security staff all at sea after major firm suddenly goes bust
Around 100 armed security staff hired to protect ships and tankers from pirates have been left scattered at sea after one of the world’s biggest maritime security firms ceased trading while allegedly owing millions in unpaid salaries. | More than a dozen Britons are a...Full Story
Casualties After Govt Soldiers Open Gunfire in Afgoye
[Shabelle]A minimum of one person was killed and another was wounded after government soldiers fired at civilians that were taking part in a peace demonstration in Afgoye. ...Full Story
Somali Migrants Die in Yemen
[Shabelle]Six Somali nationals among 48 migrants died and more than 10 others sustained serious injuries after explosion hit two minibuses they were travelling with in the outskirts of Sana'a, the capital of the republic of Yemen on Monday. ...Full Story
Middle Shabelle Administration Distribute Cash to Needy Families On Eid
[Shabelle]The Governor of Middle Shabelle for the Somali Federal Government, Abdi Jinow Alasow, has reported to Shabelle and alleged that his administration has distributed cash to hundreds of needy families in the region. ...Full Story
Amisom and Govt. Troops Recover Weapons From a Garage
[Dalsan Radio]Government troops and AMISOM recovered an assortment of weapons from a garage which belongs to the late Osman Atto who was a member of parliament and a prominent businessman associated with the late Somali army general and warlord, Mohamed Farah Aideed. ...Full Story
Mogadishu Residents Still Celebrating Joyous Occasion On 2nd Day of Eid
[Shabelle]The majority of the population In Mogadishu the capital city of Somalia and towns in other regions are still celebrating the Eid Al-Fitri celebration. ...Full Story
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Tue 29 Jul 2014
Minister for Information Visits Dalsan Radio Station
All Africa [Dalsan Radio]The Minister for Information, Hon. Mustaf Sheikh Ali Dhuxulow who is a close friend of the media visited Dalsan Radio Station in Mogadishu on Eid-ul-Fitr Day. ...
Government Probes Reported Killings of Alshabaab Officials
All Africa [Dalsan Radio]Information Minister Mustaf Duxulow told Dalsan Radio that his ministry has received the information that Alshabab officials exchanged fire in Hiiraan Region and killed each other. ...
Intellectual Close to Losing Confidence in Somali Govt
All Africa [Shabelle]Imam Abdullahi Khalif Roble who is among the Somali intellectuals has claimed that the Somali government is losing support from the citizens. ...
Residents in Dhuusomareeb Celebrate Day 1 of Eid
All Africa [Shabelle]According to news reports from Dhuuso Mareeb and other towns near Galgaduud region indicate that today the residents are celebrating the 1st day of Eid Al-Fitri. Locals were flooding to the mosques this morning to pray the Eid salah. ...
Politician Criticize Justice Minister Over Strong Inference in Irrelevant Matters
All Africa [Shabelle]Politicians and various other intellectuals reported to Shabelle that the Minister of Justice & Constitutional Affairs is interfering in the National Justice System. ...
Mogadishu Mayor Survives Assassination Attempt
All Africa [Sabahi]Mayor of Mogadishu and Governor of Benadir region General Hassan Mohamed Hussein Mungab survived a landmine explosion in Mogadishu's Huriwa district on Sunday (July 27th), Somalia's RBC Radio reported. ...
Message of the Acting Special Representative for Somalia On the Occasion of the Eid-Ul-Fitr
All Africa [Dalsan Radio]The acting Special Representative of the Chairperson of the African Union Commission for Somalia, Hon Lydia Wanyoto Mutende, has today extended her greetings to the people of Somalia as they celebrate the Eid-ul-Fitr. ...
The new faces of global terror
Canberra Times When US forces killed Osama bin Laden in May 2011, it marked the end of al-Qaeda as a unified global force. Straining under the losses caused by relentless US drone strikes, the old guard of al-Qaeda was already struggling to maintain control over th...
Scientists Discovered 360 New Bird Species This Year And Immediately Listed 25% Of Them As 'Threatened'
Business Insider A Somali ostrich. | Did you know there are two species of ostrich? Don’t worry if this is news to you—scientists didn’t know that for sure either until this year, when the Somali ostrich (Struthio molybdophanes) of Ethiopi...
Amisom Captures Weapons From Al Shabaab
All Africa [ERTA]AMISOM troops together with the Somali National Army have on Monday captured an assortment of weapons and ammunition from al Shabaab suspects in Mogadishu. ...
Puntland Govt Committed To' Implementing Democracy'-Says President
All Africa [Garowe Online]Garowe -The President of Somalia's Puntland Government Dr. Abdiweli Mohamed Ali Gaas said his administration is committed to realizing working democracy as Puntland people marked the end of fasting month of Ramadan with joyful celebrat...
Mon 28 Jul 2014
Warning Signs of Another Famine, Lessons to Be Learned From the Past
Huffington Post Three years ago, on July 20, the United Nations declared a famine in Somalia. The devastating famine took the lives of a quarter of million Somalis, half of them children under the age of five. Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has calle...
Photos of the Day: July 28
Atlanta Journal Back to the beginning Two Hindu pilgrims sleep with their children after praying in Katmandu, Nepal Tuesday. Narendra Shrestha/European Pressphoto Agency Hide Captions 1 of 11 A soldier serving in the African Union Mission in Somalia frisks a man Tue...
Oil Sending Libya Down Somalia's Route To Ruin
Skynews By Richard Bailey, former advisor to the Libyan government ...
Famine watch: South Sudan teams study hunger data
The State NAIROBI, Kenya — Market shelves are bare. Children are getting skinnier. Warnings of mass hunger have been made. The question now being considered is the big one: Is it a famine? | Health experts locked away in a hotel conference room in South ...
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