Federal prosecutors have today charged 47 individuals, including ex-Somali regional state president Abdi Muhamud Omer, a.k.a, Abdi Iley, with criminal charges of inciting inter-communal violence. The charges are filed at the federal high court fourth criminal bench.
Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni tried dodging a diplomatic landmine but landed in one when he chose to single out Somalia as an example of a nation without a state.
Prosecutors will charge the former head of Ethiopia’s strife-torn Somali region and other officials with plotting to incite a civil war and ordering abuses including beheadings, officials said.
Chairperson of the Somali People’s Democratic Party (SPDP), Ahmed Shide on Saturday accused the media of baseless reports of split in the party and denied any role in an alleged plot to oust the Somalia regional state’s interim president.
The U.S. Defense Department is in the early stages of a project to develop land-based supply routes from the main American military base in Africa, Camp Lemonnier in Djibouti, to other U.S. camps