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Khaatumo Global Diaspora supports the talks between Khaatumo leaders and the traditional elders as well as other leaders of the Mudug province

Khaatumo Global Diaspora supports the talks between Khaatumo leaders and the traditional elders as well as other leaders of the Mudug province

Mudug, Somalia – July 23, 2014 – Delegates from the KHaatumo and Mudug population met yesterday in Burtinle, to discuss the future of both communities, to open dialogue for peace, open corporation between KHaatumo and Mudug and to share a common ground. The meeting highlighted the need of both communities to come together in identifying […]

Bank decisions will cut Somali-American support to relatives

Minneapolis – Every month, 28-year-old Goth Ali manages to scrape together $400 to $500 to send to his siblings in east Africa. As soon as Ali is paid by the cell phone shop the works for in the Village Market, he uses a service known as a hawala to wire the cash to his family. […]

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African Union Somalia mission chief Mahamat Saleh resigns

MOGADISHU (Boocameonline) — The AU Somalia Mission (AMISOM) on Thursday announced that its chief, Mahamat Saleh Annadif, will leave early next month. AMISOM did not say if the move was a routine transfer of leadership at the helm of the mission but said that Annadif’s deputy, Lydia Wanyoto Mutende, “will head the AU Mission in […]

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2 Texans arrested on terrorism charges involving Syria, Somalia

DALLAS — Two Central Texas men have been separately accused of trying to plot their entry into conflicts in Syria and Somalia to support terrorists, according to federal prosecutors. Prosecutors said Tuesday that one of the men, Michael Todd Wolfe, was arrested the day before at George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston as he was […]

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UN Says Oil Search in Northern Somalia Risks Stoking Tension

Two semi-autonomous areas of northern Somalia have largely avoided the violence that’s plagued the rest of the country for decades. Now oil exploration may change that, according to the United Nations. Territorial disputes between the governments of Somaliland and Puntland, a separatist campaign by a clan-based group and “discrepancies” in oil licensing throughout Somalia are […]

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Condemnation of the Hargeisa Militia’s aggression against the peace loving people of Makhir and Khaatumo.

Press release by Awdal State Subject: Condemnation of the Hargeisa Militia’s aggression against the peace loving people of Makhir and Khaatumo. We the Awdal State representatives and citizens are deeply concerned about the continuous aggression of the Hargeisa militia against the peaceful people of Khaatumo and Makhir. These aggressors are violating the basic and the […]

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Stand up to the Expansionist Secessionist Menace 12 June 2014

In the history of nations, peoples and of clans, there has always been the aggressors, the expansionists, those who believed that might is right and the end justified the means to conquer their perceived weak opponents. European nations have faced this crisis time and again in their history but nothing like the Nazi menace under […]

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U.S. Foreign Policy in Somalia ( Live) Program

Remarks by Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman

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Ugandan Soldiers Kill Al-Shabaab Fighters in Somalia

the Ugandan army says it has killed six Al Shabaab fighters and recovered several rounds of ammunition in Somalia. CCTV’s Isabel Nakirya reports From Kampala.

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Female Soldiers Join the Army Ranks in Somalia

(MOGADISHU, Somalia) — With an AK47 automatic rifle slung over her shoulder, Naeemo Abdi frisks people coming into a Mogadishu police station. When she holds back a man who tried to enter unchecked, he scowls at her and barks: “Woman and soldier?” She did not respond but directed the man to the security checkpoint. It’s […]

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