The United States welcomes H.E. Prime Minister Hassan Ali Khayre’s announcement of the Council of Ministers and applauds the Prime Minister for his effort to create the government promptly to hasten the new administration’s ability to address the critical security and humanitarian challenges facing the country.
Somaliland drought 'a kind of nightmare', security threat - minister
Prolonged drought in Somaliland has killed between 65 and 80 per cent of the semi-autonomous region's livestock, creating conditions that are "the worst time in our lives" and could threaten regional security, says the region's environment minister.
Kansas bomb-plot suspect wants to boot court-appointed attorneys
The court-appointed attorneys for a man accused of plotting to bomb a Garden City apartment complex filled with Somali immigrants asked a judge to let them withdraw from the case, saying in a filing Monday that they have lost their client’s trust and cannot satisfy his expectations.
All 44 people are feared dead in a passenger plane crash in South Sudan
A deadly plane crash in the African country of South Sudan on Monday, March 20, is believed to have led to the death of all 44 people including the flight and cabin crew– aboard the flight. The plane was coming from Juba, the capital of South Sudan.
Turkish Airlines to Fly Supplies to Somalia During Drought
“Internet you did it!” Tweeted Vine and Snap star Jérôme Jarre. He’s got a reason to celebrate; celebrities banded together to raise money to help fight famine in Somalia and to care for its residents who were affected by a severe drought.
NATO should help as illegal fishing led pirates to hijack tanker: Somali officials
The captain of the crew of a Comoros-flagged oil tanker that was hijacked and then released by Somali pirates said he feels like he was “dead and born,” after the ship reached a port in northern Somalia.