Somaliland, once hailed for its relative peace and stability, now finds itself in the midst of a grave crisis.
Kenya and Somalia have agreed to reopen their common border within 90 days after more than a decade of tension between the two nations.
At least five people were killed and 11 others, including a regional governor, wounded in a suicide attack on Tuesday in southern Somalia.
Al-Shabaab attacks in Somalia affected citizens lives, food prices were increased as food transportation network was hit.
Presence of oil has been confirmed in Somaliland, and it’s hoping for a new stream of revenue but its independence from Somalia is at stake.
At least nine people were killed and several others wounded in simultaneous car bomb attacks in a town in central Somalia.
The number of people killed in twin car bombings in the Somali capital Mogadishu, claimed by Al-Shabaab Islamists, has risen to 100.
Pope Francis on Sunday urged help to desperate, hungry and thirsty people who are suffering in Somalia regions – hardest hit by the drought
Somali official said in a statement that Al-Shabaab fighters were surrounded in a sub-locality called Hulhul and ‘completely destroyed’
Four police officers were ambushed and killed on Friday in a coastal region of Kenya bordering Somalia that is prone to incursions by Al-Shabaab militants, a government official told AFP.
Six people have been killed and homes torched in a grisly attack Monday by suspected Al-Shabaab militants in a Kenyan coastal region bordering Somalia, police and government officials said.
Adbiazis Mohamud Guled, prominent journalist in Mogadishu was killed by a suicide bomber, Al-Shabaab has claimed responsibility
Not the first time Ugandan soldiers in Somalia have been implicated in illegal activities, but when investigated the soldiers are exonerated
“We strongly believe the attackers are part of the sleeper cells in the country, […] with the Islamic State,” Enanga said
“We are concerned, even alarmed, by the ongoing fighting in Guricel […],” the UN Special Representative for Somalia
Heavily armed police have stormed Somali shops in Korsten, Gqeberha. This follows Wednesday’s scene of gunfire and burning taxis.
Taxi drivers, Somalians, business owners, and shopkeepers all clashed in Gqeberha on Wednesday – and Bheki Cele has rushed to Korsten.
Carnage was witnessed on the streets of Korsten, Gqeberha yesterday – as taxi drivers and Somalian shop owners fought fire with fire…
Carnage in Gqeberha! There are burning taxis and property in what is believed to be a war between Somali nationals and Korsten taxi drivers.
The AU expressed “grave concern at the worsening security situation in Somalia,” where there had been a “worrying resurgence” of Al-Shabaab
Kenya and Somalia long-running dispute continues over deposits of oil and gas in the Indian Ocean held by both nations
Somalia hosted its first screening of a movie in three decades under security as the conflict-ravaged country hopes for cultural renewal.
“Somalia’s factions are playing with fire. All sides need to de-escalate,” the International Crisis Group said in a report earlier this week.
Somalia’s parliamentary polls are now scheduled to kick off between October 1 and November 25 following months of delays.
Sudan and Libya were on the agenda of a special meeting of the African Union in Cairo, Egypt.