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WHO chief apologises for sex abuse by staff in DR Congo

The head of the World Health Organisation Tuesday apologised after independent investigators probing allegations of sexual abuse in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)...

Somaliland electoral committee releases list of Senate candidates

The State Indirect Elections Team (SIET) for Somaliland has today announced the list of candidates vying for senetorial seats allocated to the northern regions...

US calls for Somalia leadership to resolve ‘dispute’

The United States called Monday on the president and prime minister of Somalia to resolve their "dispute," so as not to further delay the...

Canada: Liberal Ahmed Hussen wins York South-Weston

Ahmed Hussen has won the riding of York South-Weston for the Liberals. The vote secures a third term for Hussen, who has served in cabinet...

ICJ to announce fate of Somalia-Kenya maritime dispute case next month

The long-awaited verdict on the maritime delimitation case between Somalia and Kenya to be delivered by International Court Justice (ICJ), Somali deputy prime minister...

Efforts under way to end Somalia leaders’ spat

Somali politicians have launched frantic efforts to defuse tensions after a damaging feud between the president and prime minister plunged the troubled country into...

Family of Abdiwahab seeks answers on whereabouts of abducted Kin

The family of Abdiwahab Sheikh Abdisamad, a well-known Horn of Africa analyst has asked the government of Kenya to come clean over the abduction...

Safari in Harlem Is NYC’s Premiere Destination for Somali Food and Culture

When Maymuuna Birjeeb opened her Harlem-based restaurant Safari over six years ago, she had little notion it was once the site of a social...

SJS trains 25 journalists drawn from Galmudug and Puntland in Galkayo

Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) has completed journalists’ safety and media freedom training for local journalists in Galkayo town, Mudug region on Thursday 9 September. For...

Row between Somalia’s president, premier deepens over new security minister

A power struggle between Somalia’s President Mohamed Farmaajo and Prime Minister Mohamed Roble escalated further as the country’s new security minister, Abdullahi Mohamed Nur,...

Finland’s first Somali-born MP officially sworn in

Suldaan Said Ahmed (Left) has been officially sworn in as a Member of Parliament, becoming Finland's first Somali-background MP. The Helsinki city councillor replaces party...

Somalia on edge as President Mohamed, PM Roble clash over intelligence chief

Somalia's two most powerful leaders were locked in a standoff on Wednesday after they named different men to head the intelligence service of the...


UK Muslim groups brace for rise in hate crime after killing...

By Dan Sabbagh / The Guardian Britain’s leading Muslim organisation is to issue new guidance to help British Somalis and other individuals and mosques deal...