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Somalia: Decades of service to Keysaney hospital in Mogadishu

Dr Ahmed Mohamed began working at Keysaney hospital in Mogadishu in 1992, a year after the fall of the Siad Barre regime ushered in a period of civil war in Somalia. The hospital, run by the Somali Red Crescent Society, has assisted many thousands of patients wounded in armed conflict. In his 23 years at the hospital, Dr Ahmed Mohamed ...

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Toilet crisis in Bangladesh

By Tahmima Anam PEOPLE trapped in Dhaka’s notoriously gridlocked traffic have developed various coping strategies. Some take naps. Others work or catch up on social media. My mother likes to text me about the jams. “Still stuck in Mohakhali,” she writes. “Two hours from Gulshan to Banani!” But one thought binds all commuters: Be sure to use the toilet before ...

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Heavy censorship, Intimidation, arbitrary arrests and draconian orders threatens media freedoms in Puntland and central Somalia regions

s The National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ) condemns the acts of oppression, media censorship, intimidations, arbitrary arrests aimed at silencing the independent media by the semiautonomous administration of Puntland and Ahlu Sunna Waljama in Guriel’s central Somalia and calls for both administrations to unconditionally withdrew such cruel approaches that undermines media freedoms and release the detained journalists and allow ...

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Pledges made for Somalia at New Castle fire conference

Somalia has secured pledges of support and a greater cooperation for Somalia’s Fire and Emergence Service, at the end of a 2-day conference held at the headquarters of Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Authority in the city of New Castle, Northeast of England.   Somalia was represented at the conference by the director of Fire and Emergence Department Abdullahi ...

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Kenya Says Attack by Somali Militants Thwarted in Garissa

KAMPALA, Uganda Kenyan authorities say they have foiled an attempted attack by suspected Somali militants on a village in the same northeastern county where militants killed 148 college students last month. The interior ministry said in a statement Friday that Yumbis village in Ijara country was attacked Thursday evening by a gang of armed militants who were repulsed after a ...

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Djibouti sees brighter future in Futsal after FIFA Course

The end of FIFA MA Futsal coaching course for Djiboutian coaches, has opened a new window of brighter future in the game for the growing football nation, whose FA president, Souleiman Hassan Waberi, has realized his dreams of spreading Futsal knowledge throughout the country. The course which was held under the auspice of FIFA and ran from 16-20 May was attended by 27 senior ...

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IOM Evacuates Somalis from Yemen

Somalia – The International Organization for Migration (IOM), in close coordination with the Federal Government of Somalia,this weekconducted its first evacuation of Somali nationals stranded in Yemen back to Mogadishu. The flight left Sana’a on 17 May via Djibouti where IOM Djibouti team in collaborations with the authorities provided food and overnight accommodation at the airport lounge. The flight then ...

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Smuggled ISIS Rings Seized at Tel Aviv Airport: Israel Officials

By Henry Austin TEL AVIV — More than 100 rings with ISIS-related insignia and bound for Gaza have been seized at Tel Aviv’s main airport, Israeli tax officials said on Tuesday. The “delivery of 120 rings bearing an insignia associated with Daesh terrorist organization” was intercepted at Ben Gurion Airport, Israel’s main international hub, according to a statement released by ...

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UN: Yemen crisis could open jihadis path through Somalia

Associated Press UNITED NATIONS: Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon warned in a new report that the crisis in Yemen could open a corridor for jihadist movements through Somalia, which is located just across the Gulf of Aden. Ban said in a report to the U.N. Security Council circulated Monday that security in Somalia and the region is threatened by the Islamist militant ...

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UN refugee chief visits Kenya and Somalia to discuss future of Dadaab camp

The United Nations refugee chief has completed a visit to Kenya and Somalia where he held successful meetings with the Presidents of both countries and discussed issues related to refugees and returnees, particularly regarding the hundreds of thousands of people in Dadaab camp. “We reached a common understanding with the Presidents of Kenya and Somalia on three things,” said UN ...

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