[Dalsan Radio] The embattled company Spectrum which helped the government organize a Somalia and gas conference now says the London meeting was not an auction of oil fields.
KENYA HAS a reputation, often deserved, for being among Africa’s most successful states.
[Shabelle] The Somali army chief, Dahir Adan Elmi has appointed Gen Tawane Ahmed Mohamed and Colonel Abdisalaam Aden Ahmed as the Force Commander and Deputy Commander of 12th April Division.
[VOA] The death toll from Friday’s car bomb blasts in Somalia’s capital has climbed to 52, according to admission records from five hospitals.
[VOA] Anonymous threats. Police harassment. Hostile officials
[Capital FM] Nairobi -Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet has dismissed a letter circulating on social media cautioning of an imminent terror attack in Nairobi.
[Nation] The US Defence Department is considering closing military outposts in Kenya and three other African countries while also halving the number of its special operation forces on the continent, the New York Times reported on Sunday.
[VOA] Somalia’s most dangerous terror group is likely not getting any stronger despite a series of deadly attacks, including one that claimed the life of a U.S. special operations soldier earlier this month.
[UN News] After four consecutive poor rainy seasons that brought Somalia to the brink of famine, the country is now seeing near-record rainfall, and with it, flooding that has already displaced hundreds of thousands of people, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said on Friday.