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  1. Al Shabaab related violence left some 4,000 people dead in Somalia and Kenya as recently as 2016.

  2. Two large explosions followed by gunfire were heard Saturday near the presidential palace in Somalia's capital, with police saying two people including an attacker were killed. The midday ...

  3. 2 large blasts followed by gunfire heard near presidential palace in Somalia's capital

  4. Al-Shabaab is the deadliest jihadi group in sub-Saharan Africa, largely operating in Somalia but known for brutal attacks on neighbouring Kenya. Founded in 2006, the group – whose name ...

  5. A former refugee from Somalia, who was a ward of the Nova Scotia government since childhood, can breathe easy for now after a federal court judge has stopped his case from going to a ...

  6. Somalia referee Hassan Mohamed Hagi will be in charge of Gor Mahia’s Caf Confederation Cup match against Yanga SC. Mohamed Hagi will be assisted by countrymen Hamza Hagi Abdi and Suleiman ...

  7. Speaking at the first day of the Somalia Partnership Forum in Brussels on Monday, senior United Nations officials commended the country’s government for its efforts in political reform ...

  8. Somalia’s terrorist group Al-Shabaab may have no qualms bombing people while they lie on the beach, work in government offices, or shop in busy markets. The directive was announced through ...

  9. The confrontation came a week after an attack on the nearby interior ministry compound in Mogadishu killed at least nine people, again raising questions about the state of security in the most ...

  10. In 2010 Somalia's Al-Shabaab targeted Ugandan fans watching the final between the Netherlands and Spain at a restaurant and at a rugby club in the Ugandan capital Uganda heightened security ...

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