A three-day Stakeholders Forum will be held April 27-29 to review draft guidelines for the establishment of a Somalia Maritime Administration.
MANDERA (HOL) ----Facing prosecutions and clampdown by Kenyan forces after series of attacks across Kenya, refugees in the world's largest refugee camp have dismissed the government's claims that the camp shelter terrorists who carried out deadly attacks in the East African nation.
Late last week, scores of immigrants filled the seats of the dimly lit conference room in the Minneapolis Brian Coyle Center as a group of lawyers addressed the crowd about their legal rights when it comes to police interactions.
MOGADISHU (HOL) ---Somalia's cabinet has taken an unusual step aimed at curbing the flow of foreign workers arriving in the war-torn country, passing a draft law prioritizing locals more willingly than foreigners.
Somali and African forces aim to drive al Shabaab Islamist militants out of one of the last major tracts of territory in southern Somalia that the group still holds and which it uses to launch attacks, the Somali prime minister said on Thursday.
NAIROBI — Kenya has appealed to donors after its plan to shut down the world's largest refugee camp and send Somalis back home ran into funding problems, reports said Wednesday.
MOGADISHU (HOL) ---A car bomb targeting a small restaurant in the Somali capital has killed at least nine people in the Somali capital, the latest in string of attacks in the horn of Africa nation, police
GAROWE (HOL)----A bomb tore apart a bus carrying UN employees in northern Somalia on Monday, killing at least ten people and wounded seven others in rare attacks in Puntland, a semi-autonomous region, officials told HOL.
NAIROBI (HOL) ---The Kenyan-based Somali Muslim scholars have condemned Al-Shabab’s terrorist attack on Garissa University in which at least 147 people were killed on two weeks ago, joining mainstream Muslim communities who stood by Kenyans in the fight against extremists.
MOGADISHU — Gunmen from Somali Islamist group al-Shabab killed a regional lawmaker on Saturday after he had taken his wife to hospital in the capital Mogadishu, the group and officials said.
Hampered by a combination of political unrest, a lack of funding and poor infrastructure, Somalia have entered qualifying for the Africa Cup of Nations only once, in 1974.
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.