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U.S. policy on Somalia ignores facts on the ground: Ali Mohamed

U.S. policy on Somalia ignores facts on the ground: Ali Mohamed

Somalia Fighting File photo: Somali government forces walk outside the Muna Hotel in Mogadishu, Somalia, Tuesday Aug, 24, 2010. (AP Photo/Farah Abdi Warsameh) (Associated Press) Guest Columnist/cleveland.com By Guest Columnist/cleveland.com The Plain Dealer on July 24, 2014 at 5:14 AM, updated July 24, 2014 at 5:15 AM The Obama administration recently announced that the United […]

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PRESS RELEASE | (For Immediate Release) Mogadishu – 24th July 2014- In the latest war against Al-Shabaab terrorists,  AMISOM forces on Thursday captured a strategic militant training and planning camp in the village of Khadija Haji in Gedo region located 60 km southwest of BulaHawa along the Kenya-Somalia border.  Al-Shabaab used the camp as a […]

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EXCLUSIVE: Somali-American elders make citizen’s arrest of suspected recruiter

my FOX.com | by Tom Lyden | July 22, 2014 | MINNEAPOLIS (KMSP) – The motto of the Department of Homeland Security is “see something, say something” — and a group of Somali-Americans did just that when they thought a man was trying to recruit teens to fight in Syria. The FBI believes as many […]

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AMISOM peacekeepers in Kismayu observe holy month of Ramadhan.

As Muslims across the globe enter into the last ten days of the holy month of Ramadhan AMISOM soldiers in Kismayu have not been left behind as they juggle between observing this sacred month as well as taking part in their peacekeeping mission in Somalia. Over 400 AMISOM peacekeepers from mainly Kenya, Sierra Leone and […]

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Strengthening U.S.-Somali Relations

July 22, 2014 | Washington | The Federal Government of Somalia has taken another step in joining the international community, appointing an ambassador to the United States and opening an embassy in Washington. The Federal Government of Somalia has taken another step in joining the international community, appointing an ambassador to the United States and […]

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By Kipchumba Some | Juky 19, 2014 | Lamu, Kenya: News that the people leading the attacks in Lamu County are Kenyans shed the spotlight on the issue of homegrown terrorists, or rented terrorism, as security experts put it. A report prepared early this month by the National Intelligence Service said the man who led the […]

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CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY

New Video on CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY Committed by The Newly Appointed Somali Police Commissioner Mr. Mohamed Hassan Ismail Farah. Somalis for Accountable Government (SAG) organization has obtained a documentary video with incriminating evidence on the human rights violations and crimes against humanity committed by the newly appointed Somali Police Commissioner, Mr. Mohamed Hassan Ismail Farah […]

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Mogadishu, 19 July 2014 – H.E. Mustafa Duhulow today spoke to the media in Mogadishu to provide an update on the progress of the Federal Government of Somalia (FGS) over the last week. The Minister spoke on various issues: the FGS’s plan on Good Governance; Consultations on the Review of Constitution; agricultural development in the […]

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Shulman Rogers, Somalia, and the Great Corruption Carousel

By Tres Thomas on July 18, 2014 | A newly leaked United Nations monitoring group report on Somalia came to the same conclusion as ex-Central Bank chief Yusra Abrar in alleging the president, several advisors, the ex-Foreign Minister, and American law firm Shulman Rogers conspired to divert government assets frozen abroad for personal gain. Shulman […]

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Education is the Most Effective Way to Counter Radical Islam

By John Price | July 17, 2014 | On June 10, 2014 our family returned to Africa as we do every year. Kenya’s Masai Mara was again selected. There were fourteen of us, including twelve family members and two close friends, ranging in age from eight to eighty. The youngest family member had been to […]

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