Ethiopian PM woos Stakeholders To Help Resolve Oromo-Somali Ethnic Conflict

Ethiopian Prime Minister, Hailemariam Desalegn, has called on major stakeholders to assist the government to achieve a durable peace among the feuding parties in the

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Nine killed in fighting between different branches of Somali government forces: police

Fighting between the military and police backed by intelligence forces killed nine people in the Somali capital on Saturday, police said. “It seems they mistook

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Ethiopia sending troops to region of deadly ethnic clashes
- Sep 16, 2017
Ethiopia's government said Friday it is sending troops to a region where deadly clashes have broken out between Oromo and Somali ethnic groups. Somali regional officials say more than 50 people ...
Somalia facing complex immediate and long-term challenges, UN Security Council told
- Sep 14, 2017
Highlighting complex immediate and long-term challenges in Somalia, the head of the United Nations Assistance Mission in the country (UNSOM) called for practical support, as well as political encouragement to ...
Turkish Airlines profits in Africa, where others fear to fly
- Sep 13, 2017
When Turkish Airlines opened a direct daily route to a war-ravaged African failed state plagued by Islamist militants, industry insiders were sceptical. Not anymore. "Somalia is one of our most profitable destinations ...
Halimah Yacob becomes Singapore’s first female president; first Malay leader in 47 years
- Sep 12, 2017
SINGAPORE: Former Speaker of Parliament Halimah Yacob is set to be Singapore’s first Malay president in more than 47 years, after the Elections Department (ELD) said on Monday (Sept 11) ...
Irma lashes Florida, leaving thousands without power
- Sep 10, 2017
Hurricane Irma began pummeling Florida late on Saturday, threatening almost the entire southeastern US state after cutting a deadly path of destruction through the Caribbean. Tens of thousands of Floridians were ...
Somalia: U.N Worried About Ongoing Conflict, Insecurity Impact the Humanitarian Efforts
- Sep 10, 2017
Ongoing conflict and insecurity continues to impact the humanitarian situation throughout south central Somalia, especially by exacerbating widespread food insecurity due to the drought which may lead to negative coping ...
Somalia: Who Is Really In Control In Mogadishu?
- Sep 8, 2017
The presidency of Somalia's Mohamed Abdullahi Farmaajo is only eight months old but already his administration faces its first crisis - and it is one of their own making. For a ...
Somali students receive scholarships to enhance education in China
- Sep 8, 2017
Forty-two Somali students drawn from different parts of the country were Wednesday awarded scholarships to study in various universities in China. Chinese Ambassador to Somalia Qin Jian said the students who ...

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