Together with other peace activists, Sayid-Ali, then a student at the Somali National University, had accompanied a traditional elder to Wadajir district in the capital city of Mogadishu to help mediate between two warring clans. They were…
Discussions between Minister Baldwin and Ambassador Madeira centred on current developments on the security front, the transition and the prevailing political situation in Somalia.
A team of AU and UNSOS engineering support teams; technical experts from the UK Mission Support Team (UKMST), the Joint Support Operation Centre (JSOC) and the United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS), is meeting in the capital Mogadishu,…
An AU police contingent of 160-personnel is due to leave Somalia over the weekend, after a year’s tour of duty in the Horn of Africa country.
Mustaf Yusuf Ibrahim’s experiences as a migrant seeking a better life abroad differ little from those of so many others – hunger, fear, mistreatment and abuse.
Aisha Mohamed Warsame’s education was no bed of roses. Much of the 23-year- old’s schooling coincided with Somalia’s descent into armed strife and conflict in the nineties.