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At Gashandiga barracks in Mogadishu, Somalia, Pvt Mohamed Sheikh Issak pulled back his military fatigues to show his scarred right shoulder...Issak joined the army over two years ago; he proudly recalled his role in the battles for Afgoye and Jowhar.
Yousuf bin Alawi bin Abdullah, Minister Responsible for Foreign Affairs, yesterday chaired the Sultanate's delegation in Somalia Conference held at Lancaster House in London. In its final communiqu, the conference came up with a number of
07 Al-Shabbab rebel fighters were driven out of Mogadishu in August 2011 by a regional military offensive but have carried out a series of attacks in recent months [AFP] Fifty countries and organisations are to gather in London on Tuesday for an
The United Nations political office for Somalia today strongly condemned a deadly suicide bombing at Kilometer 4 (K4) junction in the capital Mogadishu, and reiterated the UN's continued support for the Government ahead of next week's international
The UK is the first European Union country to reopen an embassy in the country since the Federal Government of Somalia was established last year. Mr Hague said Somalia had been through a "dramatic shift", but continues to face "huge challenges". The
Britain is to host a new international conference on the future of war-torn Somalia on May 7, the office of British Prime Minister David Cameron announced on Friday. A spokeswoman for Cameron's Downing Street residence said the meeting would build on
World Bank Says TFG Can't Account for U.S. $130 Million 4 June 2012 Mogadishu, Somalia The World Bank says that funds allocated to the Transitional Federal Government (TFG) of Somalia, have been misused and unaccounted for, Garowe Online reports.
World leaders and Somali politicians are due to gather in Istanbul on Thursday for a conference on Somalia. The two-day meeting is being hosted by the Turkish government, which has tried to raise Turkey's profile in Somalia since last year's drought
Ethiopian and Somali forces on Wednesday captured the strategic Somali town of Baidoa from the hands of the al-Qaeda-allied al-Shabaab militant group, according to the Ethiopian Foreign Ministry and news agencies . This is the second and major gain
Somalia On Thursday, foreign policy heavyweights will gather in London and spend about six hours trying to solve a problem that has bedeviled this forlorn country for more than 20 years: establishing a functional government. Secretary of State