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‘Turkish schools are building the future’, expresses Somaliland leader
25-01-2015

Erdoan says Turkey will not beg for accession to EU
25-01-2015

ISIL video claims 1 of 2 Japanese hostages beheaded
25-01-2015

Over 150 arrested in South Africa looting
24-01-2015

EU wants to force internet, phone companies to turn over encryption keys
24-01-2015

Erdogan delays Somalia trip to attend Saudi king's funeral
24-01-2015

Lawyers group aims to educate Somali community about criminal justice system
24-01-2015

Saudi Arabia’s Salman Named As New King
23-01-2015

Somalia: UN, international partners call for resolution of country's political crisis
23-01-2015

Calgary police working to recruit more officers from city’s Somali community
23-01-2015

‘Turkish schools are building the future’, expresses Somaliland leader
The leader of Somali’s autonomous Somaliland region, Ahmed Muhammed Silanyo, has hailed Turkish schools for their efforts to bring up a bright, new generation in the Somalia, calling on Turkish entrepreneurs to open more schools in the country.
Erdoan says Turkey will not beg for accession to EU
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has been welcomed in an official ceremony in Djibouti by its president Ismail Omar Guelleh. Speaking at a joint press conference, Erdoğan has said Turkey is not a country that could beg for accession to European Union, alluding to the lasting resistance of Europe to approve Turkey's accession to the bloc.
ISIL video claims 1 of 2 Japanese hostages beheaded
The Islamic State reportedly released a new video Saturday claiming one of the two Japanese captives had been beheaded and issuing new demands for the other hostage's release.
Over 150 arrested in South Africa looting
Days of violence and looting of foreign-owned shops in South Africa have left at least two people dead and 153 arrested in the Johannesburg area, police said Friday.
EU wants to force internet, phone companies to turn over encryption keys
A senior European official has called on the region's leaders to force technology companies into sharing encryption keys with national authorities.
Erdogan delays Somalia trip to attend Saudi king's funeral
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said he has postponed Friday's planned trip to Somalia to attend the funeral of Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah, a day after a bomb targeted a Turkish delegation in the capital Mogadishu.
Lawyers group aims to educate Somali community about criminal justice system
On a recent cold winter night, Maya Sheikh-Salah, assistant Hennepin County attorney, stood tall before nearly 100 Somali-Americans at Safari Restaurant and Event Center in Minneapolis, passionately addressing the community about a little known topic: The U.S. criminal justice system.
Saudi Arabia’s Salman Named As New King
The death on Friday of Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah means Salman bin Abdulaziz has become the country’s new ruler and the last to be born before the discovery of oil in the world’s top crude exporter.
Somalia: UN, international partners call for resolution of country's political crisis
The United Nations and its international partners today voiced concern over delays in the resolution of Somalia’s long-standing political crisis and in the implementation of a stability-building mechanism as they called on the Horn of Africa nation’s President, Prime Minister and Federal Parliament ‘to unite for the greater good of the country.’
Calgary police working to recruit more officers from city’s Somali community
The Calgary Police Service says recruiting officers from the city’s Somali-Canadian community is a high priority for the force.
AU, Somalia condemn suicide car bomb attack in Mogadishu
The African Union and Somali government on Thursday condemned a suicide car bomb attack at a Mogadishu hotel in which at least five people were killed and several others injured.
 
 
Primary content on this page
‘Turkish schools are building the future’, expresses Somaliland leader
25-01-2015

Erdoan says Turkey will not beg for accession to EU
25-01-2015

ISIL video claims 1 of 2 Japanese hostages beheaded
25-01-2015

Over 150 arrested in South Africa looting
24-01-2015

EU wants to force internet, phone companies to turn over encryption keys
24-01-2015

Erdogan delays Somalia trip to attend Saudi king's funeral
24-01-2015

Lawyers group aims to educate Somali community about criminal justice system
24-01-2015

Saudi Arabia’s Salman Named As New King
23-01-2015

Somalia: UN, international partners call for resolution of country's political crisis
23-01-2015

Calgary police working to recruit more officers from city’s Somali community
23-01-2015

 
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