Latest articles on Somalia

Somalia’s enduring Bollywood love affair

Actor Amitabh Bachchan may not know it, but he has been a superstar in Mogadishu for years

Somalia transition plan on track as Amisom begins exit

Important targets that Amisom set out to achieve as part of our Somalia exit strategy are being completed

The Portfolio: Madelene Cronjé

"For me the image captures a normal moment in an abnormal situation"

US war in Somalia kills civilians

Ever-increasing air strikes since Donald Trump’s election are killing more and more innocent people

Civilian body count grows as US intensifies its war in Somalia

Shroud of secrecy around civilian deaths masks possible war crimes

A racist massacre in Godzone

Despite its image as a friendly and welcoming country, New Zealand is a settler colonial society with a history of exclusivity

Nairobi attack highlights ‘new generation’ of Shabab recruits

Somalia's Al-Qaeda affiliate has mainly used recruits from Kenya's ethnic Somali community or coastal Muslim communities

Is Somalia ready for an oil boom?

There are concerns that the process of how the country’s oil will be extracted is corrupt

‘Shocking’ judgment for Somali asylum seekers

Lawyers for Human Rights is litigating on behalf of eight Somalis whose appeal was turned down in what it calls a ruling that does not reflect facts

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Call for applications for the position of GCRO executive director

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DriveRisk stays safe with high-tech thermal camera solution

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Ethics and internal financial controls add value to the public sector

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