(Trade Arabia)- All airports in Saudi Arabia will be privatised this year in order to improve services being rendered to passengers and cut public expenditure, a senior official has revealed.
Thursday, July 27, 2017
(Surrey Comet)- Tributes have been paid to a 19-year-old found dead at a property in Kingston.
Somalia’s HirShabelle region has on Monday opened sharia and appeals courts in the regional capital Hiiraan to rival al Shabaab’s justice system.
Press Release - Dubai, UAE, Tuesday 25 July 2017 –
(The Star) - The first batch of 50 Somali students will be admitted to the Mandera Medical Training College as from September 2017.
(Al Jazeera) - UN investigators are reported to have accused a Saudi Arabia-led military coalition of carrying out a deadly March attack on a Somali refugee boat off Yemen, saying the alliance had become a cover for some states to avoid individual blame.
(APA)- Six government forces, including a senior National Intelligence and Security Agency (NISA) commander, were killed and several others wounded in clashes between the military and spy units in Mogadishu on Wednesday, authorities said, APA reports quoting Anadolu Agency.
Wednesday, July 26, 2017
(RT)- Online tributes are pouring in for Celine Dookhran, the 19-year-old whose body was found mutilated and stuffed inside a freezer at a £1.5 million London property.
(Africa Intelligence)- Somali president Mohamed Farmajo and his prime minister, Hassan Ali Khaire, seem confronted by a whole range of complicated political and security dilemmas that they didn't initially expect to face.
(BBC)- Ethiopia says that only a fraction of its citizens working illegally in Saudi Arabia have returned home before today's amnesty deadline.
MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) -- The U.S. military says a mission in Somalia has detained a suspected associate of the al-Shabab extremist group who once lived in the United States.
Monday, July 24, 2017
Saad Ali Shire, the foreign minister of 'de facto state' Somaliland, tells Timothy Conley about the difficulties of attracting investment to a country not recognised by the UN.
(France24)- Somaliland’s three-year-long drought has crippled the economy of the breakaway, semi-desert territory in the Horn of Africa.