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11 hours ago
Somalia’s President Thanks Turkish Ambassador for Ongoing Support in Meeting

Following a recent meeting with the Turkish Ambassador to Somalia, Ibrahim Mete Yagli, Somalia’s president...

12 hours ago
Somali Government and Local Militias Gain Ground Against Al-Shabab

A recent joint operation between the Somali government and local militias has reportedly resulted in a significa...

12 hours ago
World Remit Founder Accuses Central Bank of Somaliland of Currency Devaluation

World Remit founder and chairman, Ismail Ahmed, has publicly accused the Central Bank of Somaliland of causing a...

12 hours ago
ATMIS and Somali Security Forces Enhance Joint Patrols to Counter Al-Shabaab Threat in Barawe

The African Union Transition Mission in Somalia (ATMIS) and the Somali Security Forces (SSF) have ampl...

12 hours ago
Somalia Prepares for Potential El Niño Impact with Journalist Training Program

The African nation of Somalia is bracing for the potential onslaught of the El Niño weather phenomeno...

12 hours ago
UN Transfers K9 Facility to Jubaland State for Enhanced Kismayo Airport Security

In a significant move to bolster security measures at the Kismayo International Airport, the United Na...

1 day ago
International Outcry: Humanitarian Responses

In an increasingly interconnected world, crises have become an unfortunate reality. From natural disas...

Qatar Condemns the Truck Bombing in Beledweyne, Somalia
The State of Qatar has expressed its strong condemnation and denouncement of the truck bombing that occurred in the central Somali town of Beledweyne. The attack led to numerous deaths and injuries, causing a wave of shock and concern in the international community. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Qatar has extended condolences to the families of the victims, expressing heartfelt sympathy and support. In response to the tragic incident, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Qatar offered its deepest sympathies to the bereaved families of the victims, as well as to the government and people of Somalia. The Ministry also expressed its sincere hopes for a speedy recovery for those wounded in the attack. The act of terror has indeed cast a dark shadow over Somalia, triggering a wave of mourning and grief across the nation. Qatar’s Stance Against Terrorism In the wake of the tragic event, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs reite...
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Qatar Condemns the Truck Bombing in Beledweyne, Somalia
2 days ago
Somali Court Sentences Three for Espionage in Fight Against Al-Shabaab
The Somali military court passed sentences for three individuals found guilty of spying on behalf of the al-Shabaab militants. The individuals found guilty were Hawo Osman Abdi, Awil Adan Jamac, and Hassan Ali Hassan. Awil Aden Jama was sentenced to ten years in a military prison for his involvement in aiding al-Shabaab’s operations. Hassan Ali
2 days ago
ATMIS Condemns Deadly Al-Shabab Attack in Beledweyne
The city of Beledweyne in Somalia was struck by a deadly suicide attack that claimed the lives of at least 36 individuals and injured over 40 others. The assault was orchestrated by Al-Shabab militants who employed a truck laden with explosive devices. The truck forcefully penetrated a government-operated security and taxation checkpoint at a former
2 days ago
Hiiraan State Resumes Offensive Against al-Shabaab Following Devastating Attack
Ali Jeyte Osman, the President of Hiiraan State, announced the resumption of military operations against al-Shabaab in the Hiiraan region. This declaration was made the day after a particularly devastating al-Shabaab attack resulted in the tragic loss of over 36 lives, leaving an additional 40 individuals injured in the Beledweyne town. Osman, who previously served
Somali National Army's Ongoing Battle Against al-Shabab: Lingering Security Threats Despite Territorial Gains

Somali National Army's Ongoing Battle Against al...

The Somali National Army, alongside allied clan militias, are persistently pushing against al-Shabab militants in central Somalia....

Somalia's Prime Minister Announces Liberation of Over 45% Territory from Al-Shabab

Somalia's Prime Minister Announces Liberation of...

In a recent address to the United Nations General Assembly, Somalia’s Prime Minister, Hamza Abdi Barre, announced that his n...

16 Wounded in Somalia Truck Bombing Flown to Mogadishu for Treatment

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16 Wounded in Somalia Truck Bombing Flown to Mogadishu for Tr...

The State of Qatar has expressed its strong condemnation and denouncement of the truck bombing that occurred in the central Somali town of Beledweyne. The attack led to numerous deaths and injuries, causing a wave of shock and concern in the internat...

Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud Condemns Attacks in B...

In the wake of a recent terrorist bombing in Beledweyn, Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud extended his condolences to the vic...

Somali Disaster Management Agency and Qatar Delve into New O...

In a recent meeting between the Director of the Somali Disaster Management Agency (SoDMA), Mahmoud Macallim Abdulle, and the Ambas...

Joint Operation in Somalia Neutralizes 70 Al-Shabaab Militan...

  Successful Operation Against Al-Shabaab In a significant joint operation in Somalia, the Somali National Army, along with l...

Suspected Suicide Bombing in Beledweyne Claims 15 Lives, Hig...

An explosion has shattered the relative calm of Beledweyne, a city located in central Somalia. BNN Breaking gathered that a truck ...

Somali Prime Minister Advocates for Dialogue to Repair Federal-Puntland Relations
In a recent interview, Somali Prime Minister Hamse Abdi Barre, underlined the strong bond between the federal government and the Puntland regional state. This comes in the wake of a noticeable lack of cooperation following Puntland's decision to sever ties with the federal administration. Prime Minister Barre has expressed his readiness to address the concerns raised by Puntland's regional President, Said Abdullahi Deni, with particular focus on improving the country's governance. The Prime Minister also showed a willingness to travel to Puntland to resolve political differences and emphasized the federal government's readiness to engage in dialogue and collaborate with the Puntland government. Prime Minister Barre postulated that the most suitable time to sit and have a dialogue with President Deni would be after the local council elections. He believes that the leaders of Puntland are currently preoccupied with the election process...
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Somali Prime Minister Advocates for Dialogue to Repair Federal-Puntland Relations
Federal Government of Somalia Celebrates International Day of Peace in Mogadishu

Federal Government of Somalia Celebrates International Day of Peace in Mogadishu...

The International Day of Peace, a globally recognized event, was recently celebrated in Mogadishu, Somalia. This event, which united the Federal Government of Somalia and the United Nations Peace University, saw the participation of several key officials. These included the Somali Minister of Information, Daud A...

SoDMA Conducts Emergency Meeting to Address Potential El Niño Impact Preparedness

SoDMA Conducts Emergency Meeting to Address Potential El Niño Impact Preparedness...

The National Disaster Management Agency (SoDMA) spearheaded a crucial meeting focused on the potential impact of an impending climatic phenomenon, El Niño. The gathering saw attendance from representatives across various humanitarian, diplomatic, relief, and governmental agencies. The aim was to synchronize eff...

Postponement Sought in Reduction of African Union Troops in Somalia Amid Ongoing Battle Against al-Shabaab

Postponement Sought in Reduction of African Union Troops in Somalia Amid Ongoing Battle Against al-S...

  Request for a Three-Month Delay The government of Somalia has reportedly requested a three-month postponement in the planned reduction of African Union troops stationed in the country. This move comes in the wake of a series of challenges that the government and its forces have encountered in their ongoin...

Somali Ethiopian Families in Bosaso Struggle as UNHCR Halts Education Support

Somali Ethiopian Families in Bosaso Struggle as UNHCR Halts Education Support...

Families composed of Somali Ethiopians residing in the Washinton camp in Bosaso are facing a sudden and distressing shift in circumstances. This comes as a result of the cessation of financial support for refugee children’s tuition fees from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). The af...

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