Somalia accuses arrested journalists of public ‘incitement’
Somalia’s national intelligence agency has accused a journalist and his director it arrested this of inciting violence through their coverage after their television station hosted a debate which discussed about a meddling by neighbouring countries in Somalia’s internal affairs.
Somaliland’s hybrid system of tri-party democracy and traditional clan-based governance has enabled the consolidation of state-like authority, social and economic recovery and, above all, relative peace and security but now needs reform.
Bake Off's Nadiya, the hometown heroine making young British Muslims proud
Hometown heroine, positive role model for young British Muslims and baker extraordinaire: no wonder they love Nadiya Hussain in Luton.
Indeed, “love” is an understatement. They absolutely adore Nadiya Hussain in Luton.
Arsenal 3-0 Manchester United: Alexis Sanchez double sets up win
Arsenal justified Arsene Wenger's pre-match title talk as three early goals blew away Manchester United at the Emirates. Alexis Sanchez (6) and Mesut Ozil (7) scored within 33 seconds before the Chilean belted a third to leave United three-down inside 20 minutes for the first time in the Premier League era.
Hawala shutdown nearly crippled our economy -- Somalia minister
The closure of informal money transfer companies, commonly known as Hawala earlier in the year, locked out an estimated $ 5.4 million (Sh562.8 million) daily inflows into Somalia, a minister said on Friday.
Somalia to redirect more military in Al Shabaab fight
Somalia must bolster its police presence in towns retaken from the al Shabaab militant group in order to free its overstretched military to focus on offensive action, this is according to Somalia prime minister Omar Sharmarke.