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MOGADISHU, Somalia, 13 November, 2019 – Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) expresses concern about the new orders aimed to stifle independent media coverage in Galmudug amid forthcoming local elections and condemns the confiscation of three journalists’ mobile phones in Dhusamareb on Tuesday 12 November, 2019.

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The United Nations food agency on Tuesday warned against imminent tropical storm heading to northern Somalia, more than a year after tropical cyclone caused massive destruction in the Horn of Africa nation.

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15 people die in a boat accident in Beledweyne city Turkey on Tuesday offered condolences to Somalia after heavy flood capsized a boat in Shabelle River city of Beledweyne, killing 15 people on Monday.

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The European Union Naval Force (EU NAVFOR) Somalia said Tuesday it has rescued seven Somali Navy personnel who were stranded off the coast of Somalia. The EU Naval Force which has been deployed to fight pirates along the Indian Ocean coastline said it received a request on Sunday to assist a vessel belonging to the […] The post EU naval force rescues 7 Somali Navy sailors appeared first on Horseed Media • Somali News.

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A senior UN official will visit Somalia next week to discuss the situation of children affected by armed conflict in the Horn of Africa nation, the UN mission said on Tuesday. Virginia Gamba, special representative of the UN Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict will be in Mogadishu on Oct.

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Over 300,000 people have been displaced due to drought and conflict in Somalia so far this year. The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) said insecurity is making it virtually impossible for humanitarians to provide aid in rural areas and is resulting in vulnerable people moving to overcrowded camps in urban areas for assistance.

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The long-term impacts of western operations exacerbate the very radicalization and violence they claim to be trying to avoid. n 30th September, members of Al-Shabaab (a Somali based militant group) attacked Baledogle military base where US soldiers train commandos in Somalia and launch air strikes against the group, including – according to some reports – drone strikes.

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(Reuters) – Somalia will press ahead with poverty reduction efforts and a major regional ports and corridors initiative if international creditors forgive the country’s $5 billion debt this February, as expected, the country’s finance minister said on Sunday.

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DOHA:  The Annual Meetings of the Boards of Governors of the World Bank Group (WBG) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) held in Washington, DC, from October 14-20 were attended by H E Ali Shareef Al Emadi, Minister of Finance.

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Somalia and the African Union Mission (AMISOM) have called on national security forces to strive to protect children in combat zones as they fight al-Shabab militants in the Horn of Africa nation.

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International Monetary Fund Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva said on Saturday that she supports Somalia’s efforts to achieve debt relief through the global lender’s Highly Indebted Poor Country program. In a statement issued after her meeting in Washington with Somali Prime Minister Hassan Ali Khaire, Georgieva said Somalia was committed to making further reforms despite challenging […] The post IMF chief Georgieva says supports debt relief for Somalia appeared first on Horseed Media • Somali News.

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The finance ministers of Kenya and Somalia insist that a maritime-border dispute between the two nations won’t stop the cross-border flow of humanitarian aid and trade. The dispute about ownership of a 150,000 square-kilometre (58,000 square-mile) area off their Indian Ocean coastline has not caused any hostility between the two nations, Somalia Finance Minister Abdirahman […] The post Kenya, Somalia Say Aid Will Keep Flowing Despite Border Dispute appeared first on Horseed Media • Somali News.

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Militants were killed during a military operation near the town of Jalalaqsi, Hiran region Over 20 Somali-based insurgent group al-Shabaab militants were killed and several weapons seized after Somali National Army (SNA) conducted a military operation in the central region of Hiran, officials said on Saturday.

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Kenya’s security officers said Friday they have launched a major manhunt for al-Shabab militant behind recent murder of 11 police officers near the border with Somalia. The police said Abdullahi Banati, a Somali Galjeel, led a team of militants that planted improvised explosive devices (IEDs) that killed paramilitary police officers from HarHar camp on Oct.

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The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has postponed oral hearings in the Somalia Maritime dispute to June 2020, following a request by the Kenyan government. A communication issued by The Hague-based court on Thursday however, warned that there will be no further postponement of the matter.

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The Commander of a Turkey-trained commando unit was killed, Friday, in Mogadishu in an exchange of fire between his bodyguards and unknown assailants a stone’s throw down Villa Somalia, the President’s office.

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