The president of the UK’s largest Muslim student group passed away on Saturday as a result of a drowning incident in Switzerland.
Two university students, one of them the son of a senior government official, are believed to have abandoned their studies and joined the Al-Shabaab terror group in Somalia.
ADAADO (HOL) ----Somalia’s former interior minister has been elected as the president of the new Galmudug administration after three rounds of vote that saw two rival candidates losing the contest.
MOGADISHU (HOL) - Almost everyday the parts of the road system in Mogadishu are closed to the public for hours and sometimes the entire day. The roads are closed by the Police, Army and the National Intelligence and Security Services (NISA), Somalia’s counterterrorism agency.
MOGADISHU (HOL) - The Finance Minister of the Government of Somalia Mr. Mohamed Adan Ibarhim (Farkeeti) stated before parliament last week that all public servants have been without salary for 4 months. This extraordinary confession was public knowledge for months....
MOGADISHU (HOL) ----Two days after Kenya’s foreign minister said that Somalia had agreed to pursue arbitration outside the United Nation’s highest court to end the long-running border dispute linked to lucrative oil and gas reserves in the Indian Ocean, Somalia insists on legal case to resolve the matter.
On July 1, 2015, Somalia will be celebrating 55 years of independence - and doubtless it has been a tough and painful ride.
With its base in Somalia and links to al-Qaeda, al-Shabab has carried out several attacks against neighboring Kenya that has made the militant group a potent threat in the region.
UPDF soldiers under the African Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) have liberated Tortorow, a town in the lower Shabelle region of Somalia, overrunning an Al-shabaab camp in the process.
MOGADISHU - Dozens of soldiers were killed Friday when Somalia’s Al-Shabab insurgents overran an African Union base, witnesses said, describing intense fighting which left corpses strewn around.
GAROWE (HOL) ----Heavily armed soldiers have been deployed across the semiautonomous northern Somali region of Puntland to tighten security after hundreds of rebellious soldiers led by a former senior police general defected over what they described as ‘missing’ basic rights, including lack of salary and well-fare.
HARGEISA (HOL) — Two major opposition parties in the breakaway northern Somalia region of Somaliland have accused the government of violating a recent deal of holding election on July 27th by trying to postpone timely elections.