- AFP via Yahoo! NewsApr 23 7:25 AM
Somalia's prime minister warned Thursday that the conflict in Yemen poses dangers across the Gulf of Aden where an influx of refugees is stretching scarce resources and Al-Qaeda militants are eager for support. "Our economy cannot support this influx of refugees," Omar Abdirashid Ali Sharmarke told AFP during a visit to the Kenyan capital Nairobi on Thursday. In the south of Somalia Al-Qaeda ...
- Asia News NetworkApr 21 23:02 PM
Perhaps it was not expected that any Somali would have a response
- Al Jazeera via Yahoo Maktoob NewsApr 21 0:03 AM
Narcotic plant is a huge tax-revenue earner that bolsters the region's economy, but also disrupts family life.
- AllAfrica.comApr 22 6:12 AM
[HRW] Nairobi - Somaliland authorities on April 18, 2015, detained a prominent human rights activist, apparently for criticizing the government's execution of six prisoners, Human Rights Watch said today. Police arrested Guleid Ahmed Jama after he made statements on the radio denouncing the executions, the first in Somaliland in nearly a decade. The authorities should immediately release him and...
- AllAfrica.comApr 21 2:42 AM
[Al Jazeera] Hargeisa, Somalia -Every day trucks loaded with the narcotic plant khat, grown in northeastern Ethiopia, hurtle along rough roads through the desert to make fresh deliveries to eager customers across Somaliland.
- AFP via Yahoo! NewsApr 11 3:15 AM
Somali refugees in Yemen are now coming back to their war-torn home as fighting rages in the Middle East country, officials said Saturday. A boat carrying 260 Somali refugees, many of them women, children and elderly, has become the latest to dock at Somalia's Bossasso port in the Puntland semi-autonomous region. "About 420 people have arrived previously and we are also expecting many more ...
- Middle East OnlineApr 23 7:16 AM
Omar Abdirashid Ali Sharmarke influx of refugees is stretching scarce resources and Al-Qaeda militants are eager for support.
- AllAfrica.comApr 08 14:12 PM
[ISS] In mid-March, at a press conference at Hargeisa's shiny new airport, a cocky young journalist gathered up his courage and asked Somaliland's President Ahmed Mohamed Silanyo a difficult question. Is it true, he asked, that the president was a dictator? Silanyo responded perfectly: 'If this were a dictatorship, you wouldn't have asked those questions.'
- Fox NewsMar 31 6:27 AM
Somali officials and the U.N.
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsMar 31 6:33 AM
MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) — Dozens of Yemeni refugees fleeing the fighting and Saudi-led airstrikes in Yemen have arrived in the northern parts of Somalia, local officials and the U.N. said on Tuesday.