In a small rural village near Beletweyne, Somalia, families rely on a cooperative project to grow and harvest sorghum and sesame through the use of community-owned farm equipment. Sharing such vital resources is a way of life in the country. Abdullahi Osman couldn’t find a steady job for 20 years […]
Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud said lack of opportunity is to blame for the number of young Somalis boarding...
MOGADISHU, Somalia — Five years after a U.N.-backed force began to push al-Qaeda-linked militants out of their strongholds,...
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A female member of Al shabaab honey that been issued a maid vissa just arrived in Saudi Arabia district of jeddah opened a hair salon call Honey solvar it’s officially in business. Hair salon HONEY SOLVAR it’s a cover up her recurring for young female jihadist for the new daish […]Read more ›
His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, on Monday received the visiting President of Somalia, Hassan Sheikh Mohamoud, at Beach Palace. The two discussed bilateral relations and ways to enhance them in the best interest […]Read more ›
Kenyan troops killed 34 al Shabaab militants in two separate incidents on Saturday and Sunday in Somalia and two of its own soldiers were killed in an ambush, the military spokesman said. On Saturday, the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) killed 21 of the insurgents in the southern town of Afmadow […]Read more ›
The Shebab were ousted from the capital Mogadishu in August 2011 and today concentrate on carrying out attacks from the countryside Thirty insurgents in Somalia’s Al-Qaeda-aligned Shebab jihadist group were killed Wednesday in heavy clashes in the south and northeast of the country, Kenya’s armed forces and local authorities said […]Read more ›
Somalia ranks higher than Kenya in the latest World Happiness Rankings. The rankings which are based on data collected in the Gallup World Poll, show that on a scale of 0 to 10, Somali nationals rate themselves as being between the fifth and sixth steps of the 10 step happiness […]Read more ›
Australian sailors have seized a large weapons cache, including almost 2000 AK-47 assault rifles, from a fishing vessel in the Middle East. HMAS Darwin’s boarding team intercepted the fishing vessel about 300 kilometres off the coast of Oman and found 1989 AK-47 assault rifles along with 100 rocket propelled grenade […]Read more ›