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At least 18 people killed in Mogadishu after two bombers struck city’s government quarter
Egypt’s foreign policy based on not intervening in other countries’ internal affairs
Egypt renews its call on the international community to confront terrorism
New York—Drought in Somalia threatens the lives of almost half the population, according to Somalia’s prime minister Hassan Ali Khaire. Over a two-day span, at least 110 people died of hunger in just a single region in the country. This highlights the tremendous needs Somalia and other African countries have for immediate help. In the …
Over the course of 24 hours, three attacks took place in the three countries leaving dozens dead
The Mediterranean Sea has become a gateway to Europe for refugees and economic migrants
Crises, such as South Sudan, Somalia and Burundi, are clamoring for attention at the upcoming African Union summit. So, too is the thorny question of who should succeed Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma as AU Commission chair.
No longer a failed state, though struggling to rise from the ashes. Mohamed Omer Arteh, Somalia’s Deputy Prime Minister, is Michel Friedman’s guest on Conflict Zone.
The AU peacekeeping mission AMISOM and the militant group al-Shabab have both claimed casualties after the militants attacked an army base in Somalia. But the numbers are difficult to verify, a Somalia expert told DW.
The two countries signed MoU to cooperate economically and politically to promote trade exchange, says Somali minister
An integrated plan is needed to fight terrorism worldwide: Shoukry
The Muslim-majority countries of Tajikistan, Somalia and Brunei have clamped down on Christmas. In the case of the latter country, celebrating the Christian holiday has been banned entirely.
Terror attack by radical Islamist Al-Shabab militia on Thursday in Kenya sparks all-round condemnation
By Dr Cesar Chelala In the 26th year of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) Somalia recently became the 195th state party to ratify the convention. As South Sudan is expected to ratify the Convention later his year, the US would be the only country in the world that hasn’t yet ratified the CRC. The Convention is an …
Need for collaboration against abhorrent terrorism, says FM spokesman
Both attacks have left dozens dead
Foreign minister Shoukry describes crisis in parts of Somalia as “alarming”, warranting an “immediate response”
Witnesses said Shebab militants, the Al-Qaeda-linked group fighting to overthrow Somalia’s internationally-backed but fragile government, stormed into the complex while MPs were meeting inside.
Representatives were received by Egypt’s foreign minister; discussion included Somalia, South Sudan and water security
AFP – Several people were reported killed on Monday after a boat packed with around 400 migrants sank off the coast of southern Italy, Italian media reported, adding that around 200 of the passengers had already been rescued. ANSA news agency said the incident happened some 100 nautical miles (185 kilometres, 115 miles) from the …
The pan-Arab bloc was created in Cairo on 22 March 1945.
Al-Qaedal-linked Shebab rebels immediately claimed responsibility for huge blast at the perimeter of the central Mogadishu complex
Banker and businessman Ali Ahmed Nur Jimale, who was placed on a United Nations Security Council sanction list in February 2012, is accused of being “one of Al-Shebab’s chief financiers”, according to the UN.
Somali and Africa Union troops clear out complex in heavy firefight
About 11 people were killed Sunday in Mogadishu when a suicide attacker from the Al-Qaeda-linked Shebab insurgents rammed a car laden with explosives into a convoy carrying four Qatari officials
“Shebab suicide bombers have attacked the court and regional headquarters area”
A new report published by the United Nations says illicit arms from the Libyan civil war fuelling conflicts in the wider region
Delegation met with Supreme Guide in Moqattam headquarters