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  • Somali American Jihadist added to FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorists list

    The America’s Federal Bureau of investigation FBI on Thursday listed Somali American jihadist Liibaan Haji Mohamed as the most Wanted terrorists list. The Somali American Hajji who was a taxicab driver in Washington were placed a $50,000 bounty on … »

  • World report 2015: Human Right’s Watch Annual Report

    (Beirut) – Governments make a big mistake when they ignore human rights to counter serious security challenges, Human Rights Watch said today in releasing its annual world report. In the 656-page World Report 2015, its 25th edition, Human Rights … »

  • Somali Forces Capture key grounds from Al-shabab

    Somali government forces backed by AMISOM troops seized new Al-shabaab strongholds in southern Somali regions government officials said. The joint forces took control of Janaay Abdalla and Farwaamo villages in lower juba region with a massive Al-shabab confrontation. Somali … »

  • Somalia: President Hassan in Addis Ababa for African Union Summit

    Somalia’s president Hassan Shiekh Mohamud went to Ethiopia on Thursday to join other African leaders for the two day Heads of State and government of the African Union summit that takes place at the African Union head-quarters in Addis … »

  • Somalia: US wanted Al-shabab leader renounces violence

    Somali’s Al-shabaab intelligence Chief Zakariye Isamil Hirsi said that he has renounced from violence after he appeared first public appearance since his surrender last year. Zakariye who was among the most wanted US terror list has succumbed himself to … »

  • Somalia PM forms New Government

    Somali’s PM Omar Abddirsharid has announced his new cabinet after expected extensive consultations with president Hassan .region stakeholders and the international partners on Tuesday. President’s close allies were not listed in the cabinet lineup following a strong opposition by … »

Erdogan: The hero of Somalia


Erdogan has prudently supported Somalia and remained impartial in the clan-driven internal politics. There was never any doubt that Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan would receive a hero’s welcome in Somalia. On Thursday, he vowed to go ahead with … »

Updated Jan 25, 2015