A fire at a residential complex in Saudi Arabia has left 11 people dead and injured at least 200 others, Saudi officials say.
Monday, August 31, 2015
The Somali president is accused of trading troops in order to get funding from UAE to defend a motion against him currently in Parliament.
This caption was written by By Anna Patricia Valerio and is part of a conflict in context article titled: How Somaliland transitioned to stability sans direct aid, recognition.
Sunday, August 30, 2015
THE Kenya Defence Forces Army Commander Lt Gen Leonard Ngondi over the weekend visited Kenyan troops serving under Amisom, in Kismayo, Somalia.
Failed asylum seekers would be limited to "a few weeks'" shelter after being turned down, if they do not agree to return home. They would then either be deported or sent away to fend for themselves.
I think we had better let the Somalis alone, and avoid these conflicts between a lion and a swallow.
This is the scene of the flooded main street of Hargeisa yesterday afternoon.
Saturday, August 29, 2015
Mo Farah ran a blistering last lap of 52.6 seconds to sprint away to a brilliant 5,000m gold and become the first man in history to pull off a distance 'triple-double'.
Friday, August 28, 2015
Iranian ship and crew escape after 5 months in captivity off Somali coast
Members of Bristol's Somali community packed a court for a case involving an illegal immigrant charged with murdering his pregnant wife.
Thursday, August 27, 2015
Gender equality advocates in the self-declared nation are currently renewing a push for a quota for women in government that has been over a decade in the making.
Kingston Somali Community Association
Al Shabaab kill dozens in southern Somalia attack
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
The United States government should officially recognize the independence of Somaliland, a moderate Muslim democracy in the Horn of Africa.
Crime - Notting Hill Carnival: Police target Somali drug gang in dawn raids before bank holiday event.
300 refugees inc. women and children saved in Sicilian Channel
Family believes Minnesota teen killed at school in Somalia for being American
Monday, August 24, 2015
Somalia stolen food: 178 tonnes of food worth A$87,150 donated by the Australian aid programme was looted in 2011 in Mogadishu.
Canadian mining company accused of exploiting Eritrea's forced labour
Dignified burial for 42 people massacred by the regime of Siyad Barre.
Sunday, August 23, 2015
Book lovers from around the world gathered in Somaliland’s capital city of Hargeysa early August for the eighth edition of the Hargeysa International Book Fair.
There are hopes that Bristol can lead the way when it comes to protecting children from being groomed by terrorists online.
A severe famine ravaged Somalia in 2011, wiping out the remaining hope after a decade of conflict that drove families into desperation and consequently death.
Ghirmay Ghebreslassie became the youngest man to win the marathon at the world championships, using a late surge to take the title on a sweltering Saturday.
Saturday, August 22, 2015
At least 3 civilians were killed in a car bomb explosion in Somali capital Mogadishu on Saturday afternoon, police said.
Shoreham plane crash: Seven dead after Hawker Hunter hits cars
Brutal Beating of Mr Mohammed Abdirahman, a Canadian National, by Somaliland Police Officers
Mo Farah storms to gold in World Championship 10,000m
A suicide car bomb rammed into a Somali military training base in the southern port city of Kismayu on Saturday, the militant group, al Shabaab, and local residents said.
By Ali Mohamed - Two weeks ago, Somaliland police shot an eleven year old boy to death, another man died at police custody, and scores were wounded, in Hargeisa, Somaliland’s capital.
Friday, August 21, 2015
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has closed its embassy in Nairobi indefinitely on undisclosed reasons as exports from the Middle East nation continue to shrink.
Three Ugandan soldiers have been charged over the killing last month of a group of civilians in Somalia, an African Union (AU) official has said.