5 hrs ago | Tigrai Online
Somaliland has everything required from any given state, government with its different organs, two houses of parliament, executive body and judiciary, its own currency and flag and above all well defined constitution and the country is led by democratically elected president It is obvious that almost all African nations know nothing about the ... (more)
9 hrs ago | The Straits Times
Soldiers from different countries constituting the African Union Mission in Somalia laugh together during an event held at the AMISOM basecamp in Mogadishu, to mark the African Union's 50th anniversary, on May 23, 2013.
13 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com
The president of Somalia's Jubaland state Sheikh Ahmed Mohamed Islam has accused the Somali Federal Government of "organizing clan violence" in Kismayo and the Jubba regions, Garowe Online reports.
18 hrs ago | Investor's Business Daily
Master Sgt. Gordon grew up in Maine, joined the Army's Delta Force and in 1993 landed in Africa.
Two convicted Somali pirates, Mawlid Ahmed Abtidon, 25, right, and Abdi Fatah Ahmed Abdullah, 29, complained about a shortage of prison food and the absence of promised phone calls.
President Barack Obama has taken a lot of heat over America's targeting of terrorists overseas with lethal drone strikes.
In the Hamarweyne market, Mogadishu's largest, 24 year old Maryama Yunis is finding success with her tiny cosmetic store.
Internally displaced Somali girls fetch water from a tank at Sayyidka camp in the Howlwadag district, south of Somalia's capital Mogadishu, May 3, 2013.
Two Muslim hardline preachers say that one of the suspects in the killing of a London soldier was interested in their teachings.
Somali-Canadian rapper K'naan has long drawn musical inspiration from his troubled homeland.
A spate of attacks by Islamic insurgents in Somalia's capital is forcing investors, businessmen and aid workers to have second thoughts about expanding operations in Mogadishu.
A 4-month-old girl came down with paralysis on April 30, and then two healthy kids nearby also tested positive for the virus.
A baby receives a polio vaccine at the Medina Maternal Child Health center in Mogadishu, Somalia.
If the latest development in Somalia gives you the feeling of being trapped in the Twilight Zone - somewhere between relative security and renewed bloodshed - you are not alone.
In the aftermath of Second World War, in a meeting held on 24th October 1945 in San Francisco, the Charter of United Nations Organization was finalized and countries liberated from the AXIS Forces were named "Occupied Enemy Territories" and they were recognized as existing countries.