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Somalia, Sign Contract Of 2.7 Million To Help People Hit By The Drought And Water Shortage

Minister of Finance of the Federal Republic of Somalia, H.E. Abdirahman Duale Beyle and Head of Norwegian Refugee Council in Somalia,Barnaba Asarg signed an agreement of 2.7 Million U.S dollars to help people affected by the droughts and Water shortage in Some parts in the country. “I have received officials from Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) at my office and jointly ...

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New US Airstrike In Somalia Kills 13 Al-Shabab Members

The US military says it has killed 13 members of the Al-Shabab extremist group with a new airstrike in southern Somalia. The statement from the US Africa Command says the strike was carried out Sunday morning. A spokeswoman says it occurred about 50 kilometers (31 miles) northwest of Kismayo and that no civilians were killed. The United States has carried ...

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1,000 Amisom Troops To Leave Somalia In 2018 Gradual Pullout

The first batch of 1,000 troops operating under the African Union Mission in Somalia have left Mogadishu but the country still faces challenges in transitioning from the multinational force to the local one. Special Representative of the chairperson of the African Union Commission Francisco Madeira said the transitional government of Somalia has been progressively taking over Amisom’s roles in a ...

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Updated: Al Shabaab Killed  puntland Security Official In Galkacayo:

Puntland security official in the volatile Galkayo city, the regional capital of Mudug province on Tuesday evening. An eyewitness who spoke the media said gunmen armed with pistols have assassinated Mohamed Aden Yusuf Qaley on his way back to home after returning Inji military base. Al Shabaab Claimed That they killed the security official and  escaped the scene before the ...

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17,000 Refugees In Dadaab Willing To Go Back To Somalia – UNHCR

About 17,000 more refugees have said they are willing to voluntarily go back to Somalia. Kenya, Somalia and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) signed a tripartite agreement on November 10, 2013 for the voluntary repatriation of Somali refugees living in Kenya. Speaking at his Dadaab sub-office, UNHCR’s senior protection coordinator Denis Alma Kuindje said more than 75,000 ...

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UNSOM Report In Somalia Situation By 2017

Somalis face some of the toughest living conditions in the world. Millions are struggling to cope with the consequences of drought. Insecurity is a fact of life for everyone. 2017 has seen many terrible moments, including the devastating bomb on 14 October that ruined so many lives. But despite these enormous challenges, 2017 has also seen real progress. It is ...

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Federal, Regional State Parliaments meet in Baidoa town

Speaker of the House of the Representatives of the Federal Government of Somalia, Hon. Mohamed Osman Jawari on Tuesday opened three days conference on collaborations and evaluating earlier MOUs between Federal Parliament and regional state parliaments in Baidoa town, the interim administrative capital of Southwest State in Somalia. This conference will also be focused recurrent drought, and outline long-term solutions ...

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Security Minister Opens Orphanage For Police

Minister of Internal Security of Somali Federal Government, H.E Mohamed Abuukar Islow has today on Monday opened orphanage center for the children of the police forces. “The center comprises of sleeping rooms, school rooms for learning, Qur’an, mosque for praying and play ground for excises, the orphans of the police army will get care from this center and there are ...

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Somali Prosecutors Resolve To Strengthen Justice System

Prosecutors from across Somalia wrapped up their two-day meeting in Mogadishu on Thursday by resolving to step up efforts to strengthen justice system in the Horn of African nation. The conference that brought together prosecutors from the federal government and federal member states for their first annual conference also agreed to establish a Somali Prosecutors Association to strengthen the role ...

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Somalia Once Again To Host International Soccer Matches

The Somali Football Federation (SFF) has announced plans to host international games beginning next year because of improving security, the head of the body has announced. President of the SFF, Abdiqani Said Arab, says the time has come for Somalia to organize home games in the country’s soccer stadiums in 2018. “Due to the betterment of the security situation in ...

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