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The time to conclude the American mission in Somalia.

This week President Donald Trump signed an executive order extending a presidential declaration of a national emergency concerning Somalia for another year, calling the Islamist insurgency plaguing that country an “unusual and extraordinary threat” to the US. But even if ...

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North Korea’s Kim Jong Un open to another Trump summit.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said he is open to a third summit with President Donald Trump, the country’s state-run media said Saturday, but set the year’s end as a deadline for Washington to offer mutually acceptable terms for ...

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British voters could get second say at EU elections

Britain has taken steps to hold European Parliament (EP) elections in May, triggering anger by eurosceptics in what could turn into an informal second referendum on Brexit. “As a responsible government, today we have taken the necessary steps required by ...

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More questions Somalia’s prime minister should answer in Washington

Somali Prime Minister Hassan Ali Khaire begins a visit to Washington on Monday. Meetings are tentatively scheduled at the World Bank and either at or with senior officials from the State Department, Treasury Department, and the United States’ intelligence community. ...

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$34 Million Kenya-Somalia Border Wall Puzzle

When the government announced plans to build a wall along the border with Somalia, Many received the news with mixed reactions. A Cocktail of relief and excitement was evident on many faces becouse Al-shabab , a Somalia Based terror group ...

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Prsident Farmaajo asks security heads to resign or defeat Al Shabab

Somali president asks commanders to resign or fight for insecurity following strings of security lapses that saw the death of over 30 people in February. President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo told the commanders to vacate office following Makkah Al-Mukaram hotel attack ...

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Kenya police arrest many people after Nairobi hotel attack

Five suspects have appeared in court in the Kenyan capital Nairobi in connection with Tuesday’s deadly hotel attack. The siege, which lasted more than 18 hours and was claimed by the armed group, al-Shabab, left at least 21 people dead. ...

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EFASOM Concluded Two days Education Forum in Kismayo.

The Somali Coalition for Education for All (EFASOM) in collaborating with Jubaland State Ministry of Education conducted a two days education forum and focuses on how to increase the quality of education in Jubaland in Kismayo 11th and 12th November ...

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