Trading sheep, goats and camels is such big business in Somaliland that villagers describe livestock as the "barrels of oil" that drive the economy of the breakaway republic in the Horn of Africa. Thanks to recent security gains in central and southern Somalia, livestock revenues are increasingly seen as a financial boon that could help the rest of the country back on its feet after two decades of conflict.
KISMAYO, Somalia ― Kismayo’s southern entrance is flanked by pile after vast pile of charcoal, bagged and stacked in towering blocks on either side of the asphalt road.
LONDON—Manchester United ended leader Chelsea’s unbeaten start to the Premier League season and moved a point behind its opponent after benefiting from key refereeing decisions to win 3-2 on Sunday.
Somali Football Federation will son take over the Mogadishu Stadium, marking the federation’s leading role in resisting al-Shabaab’s austere lifestyle
Kampala yesterday said it was considering three options, including withdrawing from the Somalia peacekeeping mission, following a UN report alleging that Uganda and Rwanda are supporting M23 rebels who are fighting the DR Congo government.