Somali President returns to Mogadishu

A delegation headed by Somali President H.E Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo has returned to the capital on Sunday after wrapping up a two-day visit to...

Suicide car bomb hits AMISOM convoy near Mogadishu

At least one person was confirmed dead, and several wounded after a car bomb blast struck a military convoy transporting African Union forces near...

Somalia seeks long-term solutions to recurrent drought

The Somali government has kicked off a Drought Impact Needs Assessment (DINA), which will identify the drivers and impact of recurrent drought, and outline...

Gunman kills two Somali civilians in Mogadishu

A Police officer says a gunman has shot and killed two civilians in Mogadishu, the Somali capital on Wednesday night, the latest in series...

6 suspected Somali pirates held in Seychelles face 30 years in prison

Six Somali nationals who were transferred to Seychelles after being caught attacking a container ship and a fishing vessel last month could face 30...

Kenya urged to withdraw KDF forces from Somalia

A civil society lobby has petitioned the High Court to compel the Government withdraw KDF forces from Somalia. I n the case filed on Friday, civil...

Egypt says ready to help Somalia build state institutions

Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi said that Egypt is ready to provide Somalia with all possible support to help it build its state institutions. Sisi’s comments...

Al Shabaab attacks Mandera town, clashes with Kenyan police

A fierce gun battle was reported between police and Al Shabaab terrorists in Mandera Town Monday morning. Police say this followed a dawn attack in...

Ethiopia arrests 107 relating to regional conflicts

The Ethiopian government has arrested 107 individuals relating to recent conflict along the border of Somali and Oromia regional states, an official said on...

Somalia urges more Al-Shabaab fighters to surrender

The Somali government has called on more Al-Shabaab fighters to renounce extremism and pursue the peace process. The ministry of information, culture and tourism said...