Attack in Janale area & casualties

Al-Shabaab militants have attacked a Somali government base in Janale area of ​​Lower Shabelle region, sparking a gun battle. Al-Shabaab militants have claimed responsibility for the attack, Officials said they repelled the al-Shabaab attack and inflicted heavy casualties. A statement from the Somali government said troops had killed two al-Shabab fighters and recovered a large […]

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Somali government deploys more troops in Dhusamareb

A plane carrying eagle troops landed at the airport today Dhusamareb, the capital of Galmudug state. The troops, who were previously stationed in Dhusamareb, were recently withdrawn, but were returned today, and are part of the 5th Gorgor Group. Reports from Dhusamareb say that the troops have joined and are strengthening the 13th Brigade, 17th […]

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WHO Supports Launch Of World’s First Childhood Malaria Vaccine In Africa

The World Health Organization (WHO) said Wednesday that the only approved malaria vaccine should be widely administered to African children, which could mark a breakthrough against a disease that kills hundreds of thousands of people annually. The WHO recommendation is for RTS, S, or Mosquirix, a vaccine developed by British pharmacist GlaxoSmithKline. Since 2019, 2.3 […]

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Somaliland forces have today started arresting some foreigners in Hargeisa

Somaliland Immigration Forces Arrive In Hargeisa Today started arresting some foreigners, especially Ethiopians in the begging markets and illegal . Somaliland Immigration Forces were seen roaming the streets of Hargeisa, arresting mothers and other elderly people, all Ethiopians, in one place to repatriate them. People are being transported by the Army on big buses, The […]

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Puntland vaccinates school teachers against COVID-19

Vaccination of teachers and students over 18 years of age in Puntland’s Bari region began today. The 10-day campaign aims to vaccinate 740 people, including teachers and high school students over the age of 18. Vaccination started today at Public School and Nawawi High School, and across the region today. The director of the primary […]

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The United States Is Not In A ‘Cold War’ With China, A US Trade Representative Told FRANCE 24

In an interview with FRANCE 24, US Trade Representative Katherine Tai insisted the country was not in a new Cold War with China despite lingering tensions over trade. He also stressed that the United States was eager to repair ties with France and Europe after a recent Australian submarine dispute, which led to the first […]

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EU Chief Seeks To Reassure Balkan States Amid Stalled Membership Offer

EU leaders told their frustrated Balkan counterparts at a summit on Wednesday that the bloc remains committed to allowing them to join, but did not offer any concrete progress on their stalled membership proposals. The 27-nation club spoke out about billions of euros worth of financial support for its eastern neighbors at a rain-soaked gathering […]

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Singapore Tests Patrol Robots To Monitor ‘Undesirable Social Behavior’

Singapore has tested patrol robots that issue warnings to people engaging in “undesirable social behavior,” adding to an arsenal of surveillance technology in the tightly controlled city-state that is fueling privacy concerns. From a plethora of CCTV cameras to testing streetlights equipped with facial recognition technology, Singapore is experiencing an explosion of tools to track […]

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Hir-Shabelle president says he will open talks with opponents of his administration

Hir-Shabelle state president Ali Gudlawe Hussein has spoken out against the opposition to his administration and that he has been denied access to Beledweyne several times. Ali Gudlawe who addressed the ceremony marking the 5th anniversary of Hir-Shabelle said that they are ready to hold talks with anyone who opposes the Hir-Shabelle administration. He said […]

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