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    KDF soldier captured in El Adde pleads with Uhuru in al Shabaab video

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    Listen Al Shabaab militants have released a video of a man allegedly captured in the El Adde attack asking the President to withdraw troops from Somalia and negotiate release. The eight-minute video released on Thursday features a 40-year old Leonard Maingi, who identifies himself as a KDF soldier and is in the full Kenyan military […]

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    Burundi: Panel Set to Submit Findings to Parliament

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    Listen A Burundian panel tasked with finding ways to resolve the nation’s political and security crisis says it will soon present its findings to parliament, which will include a proposal to remove term limits for the head of state from the constitution. Analysts say debate on the removal of term limits is likely to begin […]

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    UNDP chief vows support to development in Somalia

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    Listen The UN Development Programme (UNDP) will support Somalia’s development, peace-building and state-building, UNDP Administrator Helen Clark said during her visit to the country on Wednesday. Among the topics of her discussions with Somali leaders were Somalia’s 2016 electoral process and the upcoming launch of the country’s first national development plan in more than three […]

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    24,000 Dadaab refugees have returned home

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    Listen More than 24,000 Somali refugees at the Dadaab camp have returned home, the UN refugee agency has said. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Kenya and Somalia signed a tripartite agreement in 2014. The UNHCR country deputy representative Wella Kouyou said this year alone, more than 18,000 refugees have returned home. He spoke […]

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    Suspected Shabaab militants destroy communication mast in Lafey, Mandera

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    Listen Suspected Al-Shabaab militants have attacked and destroyed a communication mast at Fino Town, Lafey Sub-County in Mandera. Lafey police boss (OCPD) Bosita Omukolongolo said the incident happened at 2am Thursday. “There was heavy fire exchange between the attackers and our officers guarding the area but no casualty has been reported, ” he said. On […]

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    Kenya station attacker was rogue officer, not Islamist militant: police

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    Listen A rogue officer who “went berserk” was responsible for an attack on a police station in western Kenya on Thursday in which seven people died, a police spokesman said. Police had previously blamed the attack on a suspected recruiter for Somali militant group al Shabaab, who they said grabbed a gun from a guard […]

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    Turkish President to take landmark trip to East Africa

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    Listen President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan will leave for a two-stop historic visit to Africa on Tuesday. Erdoğan will visit Uganda and Kenya during his trip between May 31 and June 3. This is the first visit to the two East African countries by a Turkish head of state in three years. The president’s office said […]

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    US diplomats walk out of Uganda president’s inauguration

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    Listen The U.S. delegation to Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni’s inauguration walked out of Thursday’s ceremony in protest against his disparaging comments about an international war crimes tribunal and the presence of Sudan’s leader, whom the court has indicted, the State Department said. Department spokeswoman Elizabeth Trudeau said U.S. Ambassador to Uganda Deborah Malac and a […]

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      Muslims’ behavior helps 9 Chinese revert to Islam

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      Listen At least 9 Chinese nationals have reverted to Islam after having been impressed by the kind behavior of a mosque imam and Muslims. Dr. Walid Ajaji, the imam of a local mosque, said that they found the Chinese workers a week ago sleeping on some carton boxes near the mosque. The imam with the […]

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      Morsi and Al Jazeera journalists sentenced for ‘spying’

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      Listen An Egyptian court has handed down its final ruling in the trial of 11 people, including toppled president Mohamed Morsi and Al Jazeera journalists, accused of leaking state secrets to Qatar. The court on Saturday confirmed a ruling from May 7,when six of the defendants were sentenced to death. After that initial verdict, the […]

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      Somali Refugee Children Excited For 1st Day Of Classes In Winnipeg

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      Listen Ten brothers and sisters from a newly-landed family of Somali refugees are getting excited and impatient waiting for classes to begin at their new schools in Winnipeg. The family of 11 siblings — one of them an 18-month-old baby — travelled from Saudi Arabia and touched down at Winnipeg’s James Armstrong Richardson International Airport […]

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      Somalia cuts ties with Iran in latest Saudi-led diplomatic war

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      Listen Somalia’s government has cut ties with Iran Thursday, in a new political shift for the horn of Africa nation which affirmed its bilateral relations with Iran on Wednesday. The development makes Somalia the latest country which joined the Saudi-led anti-Iran diplomatic war. Saudi Arabia said it has cut ties with Iran after Iranian protesters […]

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      Saudi airstrikes hit Yemen wedding party, killing 28 people

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      Listen Yemeni security officials say two airstrikes by the Saudi-led coalition targeting the country’s Shiite rebels have struck a wedding party, killing 28 people and wounding dozens. The officials, who remain neutral in the conflict that has splintered Yemen, say Monday’s strikes hit the celebration in al-Wahga, a village near the Strait of Bab al-Mandab. […]

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      Saudi Mufti: Hajj stampede beyond human control

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      Listen Saudi Arabia’s top religious leader has said that the Hajj stampede which killed 717 pilgrims was beyond human control, official media reported on the final day of this year’s pilgrimage. The stampede was the worst disaster in a quarter-century to strike the annual event and drew fierce criticism of the Saudi authorities’ handling of […]

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      The son of the ruler of Dubai dies

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      Listen The son of the ruler of Dubai died of a heart attack Saturday morning, state-run WAM news agency reported. Sheikh Rashid bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum was 34, according to United Arab Emirates authorities. Al Maktoum’s funeral will be held Saturday, the start of a three-day mourning period in Dubai. He was the […]

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      Prime Minister extends his condolence Muslims: Press release

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      Listen Mogadisho 12th September 201—-The Prime Minister of Federal Republic of Somalia H.E. Omar Sharmarke speaking on behalf of his Government conveyed his sincere and deepest condolences to the families of those who lost their lives in the tragic accident at Holy shrine, Maka al Mukarama, 11th September 2015. Prime Minister Sharmarke shares his sorrow […]

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        US Urged to Use ‘Soft Power’ in Somalia

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        Listen The United States must pursue a different approach in helping stabilize Somalia following the appointment of the first U.S.  Ambassador to Somalia in more than 25 years, said a former Somali diplomat and respected foreign policy analyst. Abukar Arman, the former Special Representative of Somalia to Washington, said Wednesday the United States has been […]

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        Experts Warn Of Pirate Attacks As Indian Ocean Security Level Is Reduced

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        Listen International maritime groups on Tuesday amended the boundaries of a high-risk security zone in the Indian Ocean, in a move expected to streamline trade between India and the Gulf but increase the risk of attacks by Somali pirates. The reduction of the BMP4 High Risk Area (HRA) – which has been in place since […]

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        Somalia warns of return to piracy

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        Listen in northern Somalia, government officials are warning of a revival of piracy, unless foreign nations – and the naval armada patrolling the coast – do more to help create jobs and security ashore, and to combat illegal fishing at sea. At first glance, the ramshackle fishing port of Eyl looked much like it did […]

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        Face to face with Somalia’s Warriors from the North

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        Listen “I was a lonely boy in school and at work as well. So I decided to come here to Somalia. I don’t know … That’s just what I did. I wanted to kill as many people as possible.” The young Somali-Finnish Al-Shabaab fighter stares straight into the lens of the camera as he speaks. […]

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        Iranian ship and crew escape after 5 months in captivity off Somali coast

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        Listen An Iranian fishing vessel and its crew have escaped after being held captive for five months by Somali fishermen, maritime piracy experts said on Friday, but it was not clear how many crew members had escaped. Jaber, an Iranian fishing vessel believed to have up to 19 crew, was captured on March 26, along […]

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        Al Shabaab captures military post near Kismayo

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        Listen The armed group Al Shabaab has captured a military post near the Somali port city of Kismayo. Eyewitness have reported heavy exchange of fire last night before the capture of the base by Al Shabaab fighters. According to security Sources at least seven Somali troops were killed during the fighting. Witness who spoke on […]

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        UN Special envoy welcomes the election of central regional state parliament speaker

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        Listen United Nations Secretary General Special Representative for Somalia ambassador Nicholas Kay has welcomed the election of Somali central regional state administration parliament speaker. Ambassador Kay described the election of the speaker Ali Gacal Casir as step forward in the establishment of the regional state government. Kay also praised the role played by Somali interior […]

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        Journalists murdered in Kenya, Somalia in past week

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        Listen This Sunday (May 3) is World Press Freedom Day, but been a bad week for journalists in Africa. The murder of a veteran Kenyan editor is the latest evidence of rising levels of intimidation and harassment of journalists in the country, bringing to 68 the number of journalists killed in Africa in the past […]

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          24,000 Dadaab refugees have returned home

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          Listen More than 24,000 Somali refugees at the Dadaab camp have returned home, the UN refugee agency has said. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Kenya and Somalia signed a tripartite agreement in 2014. The UNHCR country deputy representative Wella Kouyou said this year alone, more than 18,000 refugees have returned home. He spoke […]

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          Aid Agency Cautions On Mass Return Of Somali Refugees From Kenya

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          Listen An international aid agency on Wednesday urged both Kenya and the UN refugee agency to ensure repatriation of 350,000 Somali refugees living in northeast region to be genuinely voluntary. Danish Refugee Council (DRC)’s Regional Durable Solutions Secretariat (ReDSS) said most Somali refugees living in the Dadaab camps come from south and central Somalia, areas […]

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          World’s largest refugee camp in Kenya at risk of closing

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          Listen DADAAB, Kenya — The world’s largest refugee camp is becoming a scene of not only chronic misery but a new and growing confrontation between a Kenyan government threatening to shut it down and occupants vowing to stay. advertisements. The government announced April 11 that it wanted the camp closed within three months because it […]

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          Refugees in Kenya may become citizens under new law

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          Listen REFUGEES in Kenya can apply and be granted citizenship, if a proposed law is passed and adopted. The law being drafted by the Department of Refugee Affairs will replace the Refugee Act of 2006, which the government said has failed to address refugee issues adequately. The bill is expected to be tabled in Parliament […]

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          Urgent food aid for 36 000 displaced people

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          Listen he International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), assisted by the Somali Red Crescent Society, just completed a distribution of food to over 36,000 displaced people in the town of Beletweyne, in the central part of the country. In addition, 4,000 children under five years of age and 860 pregnant women were provided with […]

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          Over 130,000 people displaced in Somalia so far this year as IDPs bear brunt of food insecurity crisis

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          Listen Forced displacement within Somalia and across its borders shows no signs of easing, as forced evictions, drought, conflict and lack of livelihoods have forced over 130,000 people from their homes since the start of the year. The vast majority – some 107,000 – are internally displaced in Somalia; a total of 23,000 newly arrived […]

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          UNHCR Gears Up For Voluntary Repatriation Of Somali Refugees

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          Listen The UN refugee agency said Tuesday it plans to start a pilot project to support ongoing spontaneous returns of Somali refugees living in Kenya’s refugee camp, reports China’s Xinhua news agency. UNHCR Country Representative Raouf Mazou emphasized that the planned repatriation will be voluntary and expressed the agency’s commitment to support spontaneous return movements. […]

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          Number of migrants arrested in France trying to enter UK doubles

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          Listen The number of migrants seeking to enter Britain illegally through France has more than doubled to 10,500 in the first half of 2014 compared to the same period last year, officials said Friday. At the three Channel crossings – Calais, Dunkirk and the Channel Tunnel – 10,500 migrants were arrested in the first half […]

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            Olympic sprinter finishes slower than most high school girls, but is still an ‘inspiration’

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            Listen World class athletes are not supposed to get props just for their effort. But Somalia’s Maryan Nuh Muse should be that exception. On Saturday morning, she could not keep up with her heat in the first round of the Women’s 400 meters. So behind the rest of her peers, she didn’t stay within the frame of the NBC […]

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            Emotions Mixed for Two-Person Somali Olympic Team Harun Maruf

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            Listen Flag-bearer Mohamed Daud Mohamed of Somalia leads his contingent during the opening ceremony at the 2016 Rio Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Aug. 5, 2016. Worldwide coverage of the Rio Olympics’ opening ceremony was dominated by the countries with the biggest teams and those with the most glamorous uniforms. In contrast to the […]

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            A family affair and Somalia’s double bet in Rio 2016

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            Listen New stars will be born, new world records set and broken; news outlets will splash their headlines with enticing worlds to give credit to their heroes and heroines while others will see their dreams shattered. Somalia will make headlines if what promises to be a record breaking event for Genzebe Dibaba is anything to […]

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            Top Media coverage for Inter-state tourney inaugural edition

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            Listen The media coverage for the 2016 Somali Inter-state football tournament has been very high, as local and international media did their best to make a very professional coverage. “I take this opportunity to thank local media and our international friendly media for spending much time and energy to take what we have been doing […]

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            SOMALI PRESIDENT: Inter-state football competition was a sign of development

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            Listen The president of the federal republic of Somalia Prof. Hassan Sheik Mahmoud, said that the country’s first Inter-state football tournament has marked an enormous sign of peace and development in the country. Addressing at the conclusion ceremony for the Inter-estate soccer event on Wednesday evening, president Hassan Sheik Mahmoud, said that the maiden football […]

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            Djibouti Telecom wins the Djibouti cup

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            Listen Djibouti telecom football club has won the Djibouti cup to gain their second major football victory of the year after beating Dikhil FC rivals 4-2 in the final match over the weekend. Djibouti Cup is the 2nd major football event in the country after the National league known here as FDF Division One. The […]

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            Lionel Messi handed jail term in Spain for tax fraud

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            Listen Argentina and Barcelona footballer Lionel Messi has been sentenced to 21 months in prison for tax fraud. His father, Jorge Messi, was also given a jail term for defrauding Spain of €4.1m (£3.5m; $4.5m) between 2007 and 2009. They also face millions of euros in fines for using tax havens in Belize and Uruguay […]

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            Somali soccer tournament celebrates unity; works to keep boys from extremists

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            Listen That’s how Columbus Crew brand ambassador and former player Frankie Hejduk summed it up as he listened to tournament organizers speak in Somali and then English to welcome all the players and fans who are in town this weekend for four days of games. “We may not speak the same languages, but we do […]

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              Turkish Airlines doubles profits, targets more expansion

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              Listen Turkey’s flag carrier Turkish Airlines, which has grown exponentially in the last decade, said Wednesday its net profit more than doubled last year and was targeting 15 percent growth in passenger capacity in 2015. Turkish Airlines said in a statement that its full year net profits in US dollar terms for 2014 were $845 […]

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              Over 50 students graduate from Hiran univarsity

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              Listen 52 students of Hiran University have fulfilled their education dream after graduating with various faculties. The graduation ceremony of health, computer science and law students was attended by Hiran administration officials and AMISOM officials in the area. The chairman of Hiran University Professor Ibrahim Dakane Ali who spoke at the event has applauded the […]

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              New wealth rises in Mogadishu as millions suffer

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              Listen The first ATM and the construction of modern buildings and trendy restaurants are exciting signs of growth for those living in Somalia’s capital. That is, if you have money. Even as war-torn Mogadishu makes strides forward, thousands of residents are facing the prospect of severe hunger. It’s a tale of two very different Mogadishus. […]

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              World fears mount that Ebola battle being lost

              By   4 years ago

              Listen The World Bank warned the fight to stop Ebola was being lost, as the UN pleaded for more money to combat the escalating epidemic and global travel fears mounted. As the death toll from the world’s worst-ever outbreak of the virus shot past 4,500, a glimmer of hope came from Senegal, which was declared […]

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              Students in Al-shahid institute for training and human development sit for last examination after succeeding short course program of secretary and office management

              By   4 years ago

              Listen Al-shahid institute for training and human development examined on Saturday students after they succeeded six month short diploma course, in which they studied secretary and office management skills. During the course, which started March this year and ended this month-September, the students learnt computer skills, typing, principal of management, event and recording management, principle […]

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              Somali finance minister hails PFM progress

              By   4 years ago

              Listen Public financial management in Somalia has made significant steps forward, according to finance minister Hussein Abdi Halane. His comments follow on from the country’s second Financial Governance Committee progress report, which was made publicly available on July 25. Established earlier this year, the FGC is part of an effort by the central Somali authorities […]

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              Government announces Scholarships to Somali students

              By   4 years ago

              Listen Mustafa Duhulow, information minister of Somalia addressed the media in Mogadishu on Saturday, providing an update on the progress of the Federal Government of Somalia (FGS) over the last week. The Minister provided details on Scholarships to Somali students which many students will get educational chance. Minister of Information began by informing on how […]

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              Kenya issues terror alert over travel to UK airports

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