An appeals court ruling that denied alleged war criminal Yusuf Abdi Ali from Somalia immunity from prosecution in the US is only a partial success.
On Facebook he was called a "kaffir", a non-Muslim for working with Western media. They told him, "We will get you and we will kill you soon."
People with mental health conditions in Somaliland are being forced into institutions where they face abuses such as beatings and overcrowding.
The continent is two years away from being certified polio-free but violent insurgencies could hamper efforts to finally eradicate the virus.
The US Treasury claims its measures are to counter terrorism but the heinous criminal activities of the giant HSBC bank are ignored.
The AU says that three peacekeepers and five Islamist gunmen were killed in the ensuing battle, which saw the gunmen infiltrate the base in Mogadishu.
Five women believed to be wives of Al Shabab members were killed by a soldier in retaliation for the beheading of his wife by the group.
In a Kenyan town, close to the border with Somalia, about 36 workers have been killed in their tents and more are suspected to be missing.
Sheikh Ahmad Umar Abu Ubaidah has replaced slain Al-Shabab leader Ahmed Godane, who was killed in a US air strike.
Despite the US and EU’s thoughts that Somalia is a country that is making steady progress, the facts on the ground show that Somalia is still a mess.
Al-Shabab says it killed at least 49 people in Mpeketoni in response to the deployment of Kenyan troops in Somalia.
An attempt to target illegal immigrants and criminals in Kenya has left many Somali residents there feeling harassed.
Hooded soldiers carrying sniper rifles have unleashed a sweeping crackdown across Mogadishu in a hunt for militants and weapons.
UN experts say systematic government abuses have allowed weapons and ammunition to get into the hands of clan leaders, warlords and al-Qaeda members.
A Somali court has handed down jail sentences to a woman who said she was raped, and to the journalists who reported her story.
Security forces may be trying to silence both rape survivors and the organisations that assist them.