Security chief Deynile district killed in Explosion

A landmine blast killed the security chief of Deynile district Abdishakur Rage (Abdi Yare) while he was on the outskirts of Deynile district. Reports say that a vehicle carrying the commander, known as Abdi Bilaha, was hit by the blast while security forces were conducting security operations in Ceel Shaale area on the outskirts of […]

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Somali government rejects plan to replace AMISOM mission

A report by the African Union Peace and Security Council endorsed the joint United Nations operation under Chapter VII of the Somali peacekeeping mission, but the Somali government again rejected the plan. The Somali government has written to the African Union Peace and Security Council, saying it will not allow the expansion of the AMISOM […]

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The Demolition Of A School Building Sheds Light On The Vulnerabilities Of Public Lands

In the early hours of the morning on October 6, a school building on the outskirts of the Kenyan capital Nairobi was demolished without warning. The perpetrators are not yet confirmed, but local associations suspect a private company that has been part of a land dispute with the school since the 1990s. This demolition is […]

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Maritime Delimitation in the Indian Ocean (Somalia v. Kenya)

INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE Peace Palace, Carnegieplein 2, 2517 KJ The Hague, Netherlands Tel.: +31 (0)70 302 2323 Fax: +31 (0)70 364 9928 Website Twitter YouTube LinkedIn Press Release Unofficial No. 2021/26 12 October 2021 Maritime Delimitation in the Indian Ocean (Somalia v. Kenya) The Court determines the course of the maritime boundary between the […]

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World Court rules mostly in Somalia’s favor in Kenya border dispute

The International Court of Justice has ruled largely in Somalia’s favor in its maritime border dispute with Kenya. The court ruled that the contested border should be adjusted equitably. Somalia appears to have benefited most from an International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruling on a contested maritime boundary with Kenya. Somalia appears to have benefited most […]

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Sankara Murder Trial: Compaoré’s Absence Is ‘Shame’, Sankara’s Widow Tells FRANCE 24

Thomas Sankara’s widow, Mariam Sankara, had to flee Burkina Faso with her two children after the murder in 1987. Today she is back in Ouagadougou for the opening of the trial. The former first lady told Jowharthat the absence of former President Blaise Compaoré, the main suspect, was a “disgrace”. “I really hope this essay […]

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Managing The Covid-19 Pandemic In The UK Cost Thousands Of Lives, Report Says

The British government waited too long to impose a lockdown in the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic, missing the opportunity to contain the disease and causing thousands of unnecessary deaths, a parliamentary report concluded on Tuesday. The deadly delay was due to ministers not questioning the scientific advisers’ recommendations, resulting in a dangerous level […]

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Gedo regional administration announces that they are ready for the upcoming parliamentary elections

The governor of Gedo region for Somalia’s federal government Ahmed Bulle Gareed has said that his administration is preparing for the upcoming parliamentary elections in Garbaharey district of Gedo region. He said they have tightened security in Garbaharey district, and there are no reports in recent days that troops under the command of the former […]

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