MOGADISHU — Displaced citizens from two villages recently torched by al-Shabaab say they refuse to bow down to the terror group and are planning to return to their homes after they were forced to flee last week.
MOGADISHU (HOL) — A Somali-Swedish engineer working with a Turkish company was killed on Thursday in a bomb attack in the capital Mogadishu
Fourteen Somali men have been convicted of running an inner city sex ring that involved the abuse, rape and prostitution of teenage British girls, it can be reported for the first time
MOGADISHU — Somali citizens said they are feeling anxious and frustrated about the country's political progress after the parliament devolved into chaos Monday (November 24th) for the third time in two weeks.
In an effort to parry terrorist recruitment of Twin Cities Somali youth, the U.S. Attorney in Minnesota said Monday that he will lobby White House officials to create jobs and expand youth programs that combat the root causes of extremism.
A session of the Somali parliament ended abruptly on Monday following the distribution of a proposed motion to withdraw confidence from the government, which caused a row between rival MPs, according to parliamentary sources.
William Ruto said the armed forces had carried out two operations in Somalia, destroying equipment and a camp from which the bus attack was planned.
Al-Shabab fighters from Somalia hijacked a bus in Kenya's north and killed 28 non-Muslims on board after they had been singled out from the rest of the passengers, police officials said.
The Speaker of the Somali Parliament, Mohamed Sheikh Osman (Jawari) announced today that the vote for no confidence of Prime Minister Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed will be tabled on Monday.
The Brooklyn Park civil engineer thought hard about the risks before he returned to Somalia last year to help repair the waterworks infrastructure of his war-torn country. On Monday the risks became real when he was murdered.
The two-day High Level Partnership Forum (HLPF) co-chaired by Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud and the United Nations is aimed to maintain momentum in the political transition process and foster dialogue and reconciliation in Somalia.
The top United Nations official in Somalia, Nicholas Kay, has met with country leaders in Mogadishu to discuss the ongoing political crisis days ahead of the first high-level meeting held in Copenhagen to review the embattled nation’s progress to political reconciliation.
Mogadishu, Somalia (Reuters) - Somalia's prime minister told cabinet ministers on Monday to resign if they are unhappy, intensifying a dispute which has stymied efforts to rebuild the country after decades of war.