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Somalia Reaches Milestone with First IMF Review in Decades
30-07-2015

Platini confirms bid to succeed Blatter as FIFA president
30-07-2015

Obama Admin. Extends Amnesty For Somalis, Despite Recent Terror Concerns
30-07-2015

'There is no solution except Jihad in the path of Allah': Leader of Al-Shabaab says
29-07-2015

Police: Rochester woman allegedly hit son in head with hammer for fighting with sister
29-07-2015

Anti-terrorism tops agenda of Somali FM's visit to Djibouti
29-07-2015

Talented Somali refugee dreams of new life in America to honour father who died for his art
28-07-2015

Chinese national killed in Somalia bombing
28-07-2015

Seattle-area Somalis seek to shape politics back home
28-07-2015

Body recovered after search for missing 6-year-old boy
27-07-2015

Somalia Reaches Milestone with First IMF Review in Decades
Somalia should focus on strengthening the key building blocks for stability and growth as it recovers from more than two decades of civil war, the IMF says in its first review of the nation’s economy in a generation.
Platini confirms bid to succeed Blatter as FIFA president
Michel Platini has launched his campaign to succeed Sepp Blatter as FIFA president, aiming to give the scandal-hit governing body "the dignity and the position it deserves."
Obama Admin. Extends Amnesty For Somalis, Despite Recent Terror Concerns
The Obama administration is extending the availability of Temporary Protected Status for current TPS beneficiaries from Somalia for another 18 months, through March 17, 2017.
'There is no solution except Jihad in the path of Allah': Leader of Al-Shabaab says
The leader of Somali terror-group Al-Shabaab has urged Muslims in east-Africa to rise up against the 'evil Christians'.
Police: Rochester woman allegedly hit son in head with hammer for fighting with sister
Rochester police arrested 19-year-old Abdumelik Ali and his mother, 45-year-old Zeinab Sebriye on the 3000 block of 25th Street Northwest just after 10 p.m. Saturday.
Anti-terrorism tops agenda of Somali FM's visit to Djibouti
Somalia's Foreign Minister (FM) Abdisalam Hadliye Omar arrived in Djibouti on Monday for an official visit.
On the same day, Omar held talks with Djiboutian President Ismail Omar Guelleh, during which he delivered a message from Somalia President Hassan Cheick Mohamoud, an official source revealed after the meeting.
Talented Somali refugee dreams of new life in America to honour father who died for his art
It has been said that if you suffer for your art, you will never die. For 16-year-old Abdirahim Abdulkadir Osman, a talented Somali refugee artist, it is the memory of his father's brutal murder that keeps his dreams of a better life in America alive.
Chinese national killed in Somalia bombing
A Chinese national has died in a bombing at a hospital in the Somali capital of Mogadishu, state news agency Xinhua said on Monday, without providing details.
Seattle-area Somalis seek to shape politics back home
In a vast banquet room at a DoubleTree Suites in Tukwila, former Somali Prime Minister Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed Mohamed made his way down the aisle. The crowd of several hundred — men in dark jackets on one side, women in brightly colored headscarves on the other — had been waiting for hours.
Body recovered after search for missing 6-year-old boy
A makeshift memorial of flowers, cards and stuffed animals has been set up to remember a 6-year-old boy whose body was pulled from the Mississippi River on Friday morning.
Obama commits U.S. to intensified fight against terrorists in East Africa
President Obama on Saturday committed the United States to an intensified fight against terrorists in East Africa, announcing here that his administration would expand support for counterterrorism operations in Kenya and Somalia, including increased training and funding for Kenya’s security forces.

 
 
Primary content on this page
Somalia Reaches Milestone with First IMF Review in Decades
30-07-2015

Platini confirms bid to succeed Blatter as FIFA president
30-07-2015

Obama Admin. Extends Amnesty For Somalis, Despite Recent Terror Concerns
30-07-2015

'There is no solution except Jihad in the path of Allah': Leader of Al-Shabaab says
29-07-2015

Police: Rochester woman allegedly hit son in head with hammer for fighting with sister
29-07-2015

Anti-terrorism tops agenda of Somali FM's visit to Djibouti
29-07-2015

Talented Somali refugee dreams of new life in America to honour father who died for his art
28-07-2015

Chinese national killed in Somalia bombing
28-07-2015

Seattle-area Somalis seek to shape politics back home
28-07-2015

Body recovered after search for missing 6-year-old boy
27-07-2015

 
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