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  • US to name first envoy to Somalia in decades.

    news Aljazeera, 03 Jun 2014 (8 years ago )
    President Barack Obama is set to announce the first American ambassador to Somalia since the civil war erupted more than 20 years ago, according to a US diplomat. "As a reflection both of our deepening relationship with the country and of our faith that better times are ahead, the president will ...
  • Uganda foils 'terrorist' attack

    news Agencies, 13 Sep 2014 (8 years ago )
    Ugandan security forces have claimed to have foiled an imminent al-Shabab 'terror' attack inside the capital Kampala, as the US has warned its citizens to seek shelter amid anti-terror operations. "Joint security agencies in Uganda have foiled a terrorist attempt at one of its installations ... w...
  • Unaccompanied Somali teens at risk in bid to reach safety in Ethiopia

    news UNHCR News Stories, 30 September 2011, 30 Sep 2011 (11 years ago )
    DOLLO ADO, Ethiopia, September 30 (UNHCR) – When Hassen Ibrahim arrived recently in Ethiopia, the teenager had not seen his parents for more than two years. "As the eldest son, I stayed behind to take care of my grandmother, who was too sick to travel," explained the 15-year-old, shortly after cross...
  • War Planes Hit Areas In Gedo In Response To Garissa University Attack

    news AMISOM daily media monitoring, 06 Apr 2015 (7 years ago )
    Residents in Gedo are reporting airstrikes, presumably by Kenyan air forces responding last week’s Garissa university attack. War planes are mostly hitting rural areas suspected to be Al Shabab hideouts. Residents has told Goobjoog that there are casualties but could not confirm the extent. The airs...
  • War zone rape summit begins in London

    news Aljazeera: Agencies, 10 Jun 2014 (8 years ago )
    A four-day international summit on ending sexual violence in war zones and conflict areas has been launched in London. The summit, to be attended by more than 100 countries, aims to identify ways to better investigate and prosecute cases of sexual violence and provide support for women and girls....
  • Weekly update on displacement and other population movements in South-Central Somalia

    news UNHCR, 06 Apr 2014 (8 years ago )
    In summary, close to 9,000 civilians were displaced during the reporting period (almost the double of last week's figure of new IDPs). Marka and the outskirts of Mogadishu are now major places of new displacement. IDPs in these locations are in need of assistance.
  • Why al-Shabab has gained foothold in Kenya

    news Al Jazeera and agencies, 05 Apr 2015 (7 years ago )
    Kenya grieves for 148 lives gone too soon. My country is in shock at the cold-blooded murder of young students in their hostels and lecture halls at Garissa University College. Garissa is the place where I grew up and after Thursday's gruesome attack, life will never be the same again. The scale ...
  • Why is the US sending its warships to Yemen?

    news Al Jazeera, 22 Apr 2015 (7 years ago )
    Whenever the US starts talking about weapons of war, I tend to focus on the details. I have to say there are more than a few of those missing when it comes to what the United States plans to do in Yemen. We know the US is sending the USS Theodore Roosevelt to patrol off the coast. That will bring...
  • With displacement at a record high, UNHCR urges rethink of global humanitarian financing

    news UNHCR - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 03:37 GMT, 30 Sep 2014 (8 years ago )
    Any views expressed in this article are those of the author and not of Thomson Reuters Foundation. GENEVA, September 30 (UNHCR) - UN High Commissioner for Refugees António Guterres warned today that the global humanitarian system has become dangerously overstretched by new crises in the Middle Ea...
  • Women charged with financing Somali group al Shabaab -U.S. prosecutors

    news Reuters, 23 Jul 2014 (8 years ago )
    WASHINGTON, July 23 (Reuters) - Three women were arrested on Wednesday on charges of conspiring to raise money for Somali insurgent group al Shabaab, the Justice Department said. The women, two living in the United States and one living in the Netherlands, are believed to have directed a network ...