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Pontus Marine Limited
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Monday, July 27, 2015

Friday, July 24, 2015

President Obama arrives in Kenya

Barack Obama has arrived in Kenya on the first visit to his ancestral home as serving US president.

UK- Minister for Africa reaffirms relationship during visit to Somalia and Somaliland

Somaliland has a well-deserved reputation for peace and democracy in a troubled region and they need to work with their neighbours to promote wider stability.

PRESS RELEASE - EUCAP Nestor and Somali Prosecutors Train Coast Guards

EUCAP Nestor and Somali Prosecutors Train Coast Guards

Djibouti's Daallo Airlines eyes ATR72s for Somali flights

Djibouti's Daallo Airlines eyes ATR72s for Somali flights

Ethiopian Opposition Leader Travels to Eritrea to Lead Rebellion

Ethiopian Opposition Leader Travels to Eritrea to Lead Rebellion

Kenyan Security on High Alert Ahead of Obama Visit

Kenyan Security on High Alert Ahead of Obama Visit

Somalia captures strategic city held by al-Shabab

Djibouti: Permanent Representative in the United Nations dies

Djibouti: Permanent Representative in the United Nations dies

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Two Young Somali Designer’s Invention Receives Campaign Funding

Two Young Somali Designer’s Invention Receives 266% Kickstarter Campaign Funding

’Oldest’ Quran fragments found at Birmingham University

’Oldest’ Quran fragments found at Birmingham University

AU, Somali troops drive al-Shabab out of major base

Militants 'lose Somalia stronghold' 

Somaliland - 8th Hargeysa International Book Fair

Redsea Cultural Foundation and its partners are proud to present the 8th Hargeysa International Book Fair, starting Saturday the 1st of August till the 6th August 2015, Hargeysa, Somaliland.

Somalia - AMISOM refutes allegations of civilian deaths against AMISOM troops in Marka Town

AMISOM refutes allegations of civilian deaths against AMISOM troops in Marka Town

Eritrean translators 'intimidating refugees' in Germany

Eritrean translators are deliberately mistranslating the testimonies of refugees during their hearings, according to dissidents' groups in Germany. Some are even intimidating them into hiding human rights abuses.

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

AU troops gun down 24 unarmed civilians in Somalia

At least 24 civilians have been killed and 22 others injured in the southern Somali town of Marka after troops from the African Union opened fire on unarmed residents, local residents and a health worker have told Al Jazeera.

Sunday, July 19, 2015

Former Puntland president pays visit to Somaliland

The former president of Puntland arrived at Egal international airport today (19 July 2015) 

Birmingham - Massive turnout for Bashir Osman's funeral

Thousands of mourners turned out for the funeral of a student leader from Birmingham who drowned in a swimming accident in Switzerland.

AU troops in new offensive against Shebab

African Union troops said Sunday they had launched a new offensive against Al-Qaeda-affiliated Shebab rebels in southern Somalia, vowing to flush the insurgents out of rural areas.

Somaliland: Hacking and surveillance may undermine right to privacy

 Hacking and surveillance may undermine right to privacy

Ethiopia and Kenya secret plan to annex Somalia

The transparency website WikiLeaks late on Tuesday ( 27 June 2015)  disclosed a secret plan to annex and divide Somalia between Kenya and Ethiopia.

Saturday, July 18, 2015

US - Djibouti Travel Warning

The Department of State warns U.S. citizens of the risks of travel to Djibouti, including the risk of attack by terrorist organizations in the region.

Shoppers return to Kenya's mall 2 years after attack

Hundreds of shoppers thronged through the reopened Westgate Shopping Mall in Kenya's capital, Nairobi nearly two years after a terrorist attack there left at least 67 people dead.

Fifty girls taken from UK to Somalia for Circumcision

Reports that at least 50 girls were taken from the UK to Somalia for female genital mutilation are being investigated by Scotland Yard.