Mogadishu (HOL) - Somalia’s Internal Security Minister and chief of the National Intelligence Services Agency (NISA) have warned business and money remittance companies from enabling Al-Shabaab by funding, paying extortion or facilitating the transfer of money for their insurgency in Somalia.
President Trump weighed in on a number of hot-button topics in a string of tweets Saturday morning, the day after naming a new White House communications director and accepting the resignation of press secretary Sean Spicer.
Mogadishu (HOL) - Former rebel commander leader Mukhtar Robow Ali Abu Mansur was allegedly demanded by Al-Shabaab to rejoin their group but has rejected the offer, according to a local government official.
Columbus Police said they were searching for two men accused of killing two on Wedgewood Ave overnight Wednesday.
A new tax levied by authorities on small businesses and vendors has reportedly led to protests in Ethiopia’s Oromia region with the military and police deployed to bring the situation under control.
The United States is getting more involved in Somalia, the nation in the Horn of Africa that has been wrestling with violent conflict and political instability for nearly three decades.
Mogadishu (HOL) - After 23 days with no internet access, Somali’s are taking to social media to celebrate the partial return of internet. The outage affected 11 of 18 Somali regions, including the capital and economic hub