Stabbed schoolboy had fled war-torn Somalia for a new life

A student who was fatally stabbed outside a sixth-form college fled "war-torn" Somalia when he was a toddler, his family has said.

Burundi calls for urgent AU meeting over Amisom withdrawal from Somalia

‘We have called for an urgent summit so the decision can be reconsidered,’ says Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza.

Joint Communique following the State Visit by President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo to Burundi

Somali president Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo has wrapped up a two-day visit to Burundi, which is one of the troop-contributing nations to AMISOM.

AU urges gradual transition of security roles from its force in Somalia

The African Union (AU) on Monday called for gradual and progressive takeover of security responsibilities from the AU Mission in Somalia (AMISOM).

Somali president meets with his Burundian counterpart

Somali President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed arrived in Burundi’s capital, Bujumbura today Monday for an official visit. Somalia’s presidency said...

Kenyan foreign minister delays trip to Somalia

Kenyan Foreign Affairs Minister, Monica Juma is expected to appear before the parliamentary Defense and Foreign relations committee on Tuesday.

Kenya’s Miraa traders say they are ready to lose Somalia market

Miraa farmers could lose 90 per cent of the market if the diplomatic spat between Kenya and Somalia is not resolved.

Somali president leaves Mogadishu for Burundi

A high-level delegation led by Somali president, Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo travelled out of the country on Monday. Somali head...

Armed thugs kill Somali national in South Africa

Armed South African thugs have killed a Somali national, the latest in a string of xenophobic attacks against Somali business community in South Africa.

US refutes Al-Shabaab claim of killing American soldiers

The U.S. Africa command has rejected claims by Al-Shabaab that it killed three American soldiers in an attack on a military...