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Ten Filipino seafarers home after pirate abduction

0 Visits: 693 | 10 October, 2011
Manila: Ten Filipino seafarers abducted by pirates in the Gulf of Oman were reunited with their families in the Philippines Saturday after spending more than six months in captivity.

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UNHCR wants humanitarian access to all Somali regions

0 Visits: 434 | 08 October, 2011
Beirut -- GENEVA: The head of the U.N.'s refugee agency called Friday for aid workers to be given access to all parts of Somalia, where conflict and drought have left millions facing starvation.

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US drone strike kills 16 in Somalia

0 Visits: 580 | 08 October, 2011
A US drone strike has killed at least 16 civilians and injured 50 others in southern Somalia near the border with Kenya, Press TV reports.

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Phone calls allegedly hint at terrorism suspect's loyalties.

0 Visits: 787 | 08 October, 2011
Although her Somali homeland was overwhelmed by famine, hunger and poverty, Amina Farah Ali was set in her idea of who should get the donations of money she raised, prosecutors say.

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German Airbus employees go on strike"Press TV"

0 Visits: 802 | 07 October, 2011
Thousands of employees of leading aircraft manufacturer Airbus have gone on strike in Germany after failing to resolve salary-related differences.

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One of Somalis receiving treatment in Turkish capital dies

0 Visits: 537 | 07 October, 2011
One of them who was seriously injured died of multiple organ failure at the hospital.

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Can Somalia's Islamist militants retake Mogadishu?

0 Visits: 462 | 06 October, 2011
A suicide bomber killed more than 75 people after detonating a truck laden with explosives outside government buildings in Kilometre Four (K4) - a busy crossroads in central Mogadishu.

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Former Prime Minister of Somalia H.E. Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed (Farmajo) condemns suicide attack in Mogadishu

0 Visits: 551 | 06 October, 2011
Buffalo, NY – Former Prime Minister of Somalia Mr. Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed (Farmajo) has condemned the suicide bomb attack in Mogadishu that targeted Somali students while they were waiting for the results of an exam they have taken recently to qualify them for scholarships to Turkey.

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Rebels kill scores in Somali capital blast

0 Visits: 494 | 05 October, 2011
Somalia's al Qaeda-linked rebels struck at the heart of the capital on Tuesday, killing scores of people with a truck bomb in the group's most deadly attack in the country since launching an insurgency in 2007.

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People from south will be granted ID card: Puntland" Press "

0 Visits: 2929 | 13 September, 2011
The administration of Karkar region of Somalia's semi-autonomous state of Puntland on Saturday disclosed it will grant Identity Cards for the people from southern Somalia.

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Taliban truck bomb wounds 77 at U.S. Base

0 Visits: 704 | 11 September, 2011
Two Afghan civilians die in the attack, which was carried out by a suicide bomber in a truck carrying firewood, NATO said.

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The triangle of the death: Dhadhaab, Dolow and Badbaado"Mayow Ithow"

0 Visits: 863 | 07 September, 2011
The route to Dadaab , Dolow and Mogadicio, which lies about 1000 miles most of the refuges travelled 50 days by foot to reach their destination is especially perilous, winding through one of the most unforgiving environments in the world

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War Murtiyeedkii Laga Soo Saarey Shirkii Wada Tashiga Ee Maanta Lasoo Xirey

0 Visits: 1361 | 06 September, 2011
CONSULTATIVE MEETING ON ENDING THE TRANSITION IN SOMALIA

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One journalist killed, one wounded in Mogadishu

0 Visits: 1071 | 02 September, 2011
Baidoa Information Center " Baidoanews" is today shocked by the death of Malaysian television cameraman in Mogadishu as another TV journalist was wounded in the attack.

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Iowa State sociologist, migration researcher assesses the current crisis in Somalia

0 Visits: 929 | 01 September, 2011
AMES, Iowa -- The images of starving children and violence caused by famine and political unrest in Somalia are horrific. They painfully hit home with Abdi Kusow, who was born and raised in the African nation.

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Gaddafi's son 'ready to surrender' National Transitional Counci

0 Visits: 999 | 31 August, 2011
A senior National Transitional Council official in Libya has told Al Jazeera that Saadi Gaddafi, the third son of deposed leader Muammar Gaddafi, is willing to give himself up.

Abdelhakim Belhaj, the NTC's military leader in Tripoli, said on Wednesday that Saddi called him and asked if he could…

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How the Libyan rebels bought a miniature drone on the Internet

0 Visits: 1045 | 26 August, 2011
Although Libyan rebels have been celebrating their advance this week into the capital of Tripoli, just a few weeks ago, they had a problem.

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Nato joins attack on Gaddafi bastion

0 Visits: 668 | 26 August, 2011
British Tornado jets fired precision-guided missiles against a large bunker in Libyan leader Col Muammar Gaddafi's hometown of Sirte, the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) has said.

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Deadly bomb blast rocks U.N. building in Nigerian capital

0 Visits: 614 | 26 August, 2011
At least 18 people were killed in a bombing at a U.N. building in the Nigerian capital of Abuja, a police spokesman said Friday.

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Three killed as Somali soldiers fire at IDPs collecting aid

0 Visits: 647 | 23 August, 2011
Some Somali government soldiers on Monday opened fire at internally displaced people collecting aid in Mogadishu, killing at least three people and wounding three others, witnesses said.

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