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Garowe Prime Minister Abdi Farah Shirdon and Puntland President Abdirahman Mohamed Farole signed a 7 point agreement in Garowe, which will build trust, cooperation and development between the two sides, Garowe Online reports. The agreement came after
International Business Times A map of some of the most important pirate attacks off Somalia It's a tight squeeze for a commercial vessels trying to move their goods between Europe and Asian markets -- but not as tight as it used to be. Starting from
Before the court were brought the weapons that were caught in there arm at the time of arrest and where most of the weapons were explosive of suicide bombs material. The chief of the court,judge of the military court said that after it was found that
This photo taken on January 7, 2010 shows an armed Somali pirate along the coast in Hobyo, northeastern Somalia. Somalia's president has offered an amnesty to young pirates in a bid to end attacks off the Horn of Africa nation's coast, he told AFP. "
Jubaland Convention Delayed, Clashes in Kismayo 23 February 2013 Kismayo Armed clashes broke out between government forces and armed militia inside the southern port city of Kismayo on Saturday, leading to at least 9 people killed, on a day the
Faisal Ali Warabe's son, and a woman were arrested in Las'anod on terrorism charges following an investigation, Garowe Online reports...Although it has not been independently verified Chairman Warabe's son who according to sources was from Finland
One of the most knowledgeable Islamic scholars in Somalia, Sheikh Abdulkadir Nur Farah, who was the mufti of the country's norther n Puntland region, was killed Friday afternoon inside a mosque in Garowe, Garowe Online reports. Civilians praying at
MOGADISHU: Suicide Attack Claimed Four Including A Senior Police Official. According to the news, a suicide bomber attacked in a car and exploded himself in Somalia's northern breakaway state of Puntland, region of
Somalia in urgent need of healthcare Nairobi, Feb 6 : About 215,000 children in Somalia are in urgent need of health care due to increased vulnerability to health complications related to malnourishment, the World Health Organization (WHO) has said.
The UK is to give £2.2m to support international efforts to crack down on piracy off the coast of Somalia. Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt said attacks in the region were falling but the position was "fragile and reversible". The money will go