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Somali News Update -Thursday - April 16, 2015

NAIROBI (HOL)--- The European Union on Thursday condemned the execution of six prisoners by Somaliland breakaway region in northern Somalia and said its an unexpected act that serves as a setback in the progress made in spreading the rule of law in Somaliland.

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Somali News Update -Wednesday - April 15, 2015

NAIROBI -- Kenyan parliamentarians on Wednesday pledged dialogue with the international community to facilitate voluntary repatriation of Somali refugees.

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Somali News Update -Tuesday - April 14, 2015

MOGADISHU (HOL) ---- The death toll from an Al-Shabab attack on Somalia's higher education ministry has risen to 17 people, officials said Tuesday, in the latest deadly attack against Somali government institutions.

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Somali News Update -Monday - April 13, 2015

KAKAMEGA, Kenya -- The Kenyan government on Sunday maintained it will not withdraw its troops from Somalia as being demanded by Somali militants.

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Somali News Update -Sunday - April 12, 2015

MOGADISHU (HOL)---Somali president Hassan Sheikh Mohamud and members of the country's military forces commemorated on Sunday the 55th anniversary of the founding of the Somali army.

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Somali News Update -Saturday - April 11, 2015

GAROWE (HOL) --- The Puntland semiautonomous region in northern Somalia has warned Somalia's government to stop intervening the country's constitution review process, in a new political storm that may open a door for a new constitutional crisis.

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Somali News Update -Friday - April 10, 2015

Garissa Township MP Aden Duale shocked Kenyans when, in a surprising turn-around, he tore into Al-Shabaab and its financiers and sympathisers.

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Somali News Update -Thursday - April 9, 2015

Somalia's government has placed a bounty on the top 11 leaders of the militant Islamist al-Shabab group.

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Somali News Update -Wednesday - April 8, 2015

In its latest move to counter the terror threat engulfing its country, the Kenyan government has banned at least 86 entities and individuals it accuses of financing or supporting terror activities in the country.

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Somali News Update -Tuesday - April 7, 2015

“I’ve never met a Somali who is not happy when Christians are killed,” says Maneno, 29, a teacher at Garissa University College. Maneno [not his real name] grew up in western Kenya. He studied from borrowed books with no eletric light, bound by the rise and fall of the sun.

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