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Reports of Heavy fighting Between ONLF and Ethiopian Forces in Jaleelo village inside Ogaden region

Mogadishu (Harar24) The latest news from the Ogaden regions reports that there has been clashes between ONLF fighters and the Ethiopian regime’s army in Jaleelo village in Shillabo district yesterday on the 8th of January according to ONA. ONLF media wing  (ONA ) claims to that its fighters attacked Ethiopia forces fierce near Jaleelo village and that fierce fighting took place between ONLF and Ethiopian so ...

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Miraa transporters in Kenya change route over threat from Al-Shabaab

Transporters have changed the route they use to ferry miraa from Nyambene Hills in Meru County to North-Eastern and southern Somalia due to fear of Al-Shabaab attacks. From the previous route of Maua via Garba Tula-Modogashe and Wajir road, the traders now use the Isiolo town-Marsabit and Moyale highway before getting to Mandera via Takaba and Bute. Nyambene Miraa Growers’ Association chairman Isaiah Mwambi ...

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Five security officers killed in Mandera Shabaab attack

Five security officers were killed on Tuesday in an attack by suspected Al-Shabaab terrorists on the Elwak-Kotulo road in Mandera. The attackers also burnt a police lorry while several officers were injured in the evening ambush. Mandera South deputy county commissioner Daniel Bundotich said three police reservists and two Administration Police officers died in the attack. “We lost five security officers in ...

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Somali lawmakers seek to impeach president amid political crisis

MOGADISHU - Some Somali lawmakers said on Wednesday they plan to impeach the president in a mounting political crisis that could put the fledgling government on a violent collision course with one of the country’s most powerful clans. The political turmoil endangers fragile gains against the Islamist al Shabaab insurgency and could derail the government of President Mohamed Abdullahi. Universally known by h ...

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Exclusive: U.S. suspends aid to Somalia’s battered military over graft

NAIROBI (Reuters) - The United States is suspending food and fuel aid for most of Somalia’s armed forces over corruption concerns, a blow to the military as African peacekeepers start to withdraw this month. African Union (AU) troops landed in Mogadishu a decade ago to fight al Shabaab Islamist militants and Somali forces are supposed to eventually take over their duties. But the United States, which also f ...

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Al-Shabaab bomber kills at least 18 at police academy in Somalia’s capital

MOGADISHU - A suicide bomber disguised as a policeman blew himself up inside a police training camp in Somalia’s capital Mogadishu on Thursday and killed at least 18 officers, officials said. Police spokesman Major Mohamed Hussein said the attacker strapped explosives to his body and infiltrated the General Kahiye Police Training Academy during an early morning parade. “Police were preparing for the 74th an ...

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Uganda begins Somalia troop withdrawal

Uganda’s military says it has begun the withdrawal of 281 troops serving in the African Union peacekeeping mission in Somalia. The move announced on Wednesday is part of a UN plan that will see African Union (AU) soldiers’ numbers reduced by 1,000 by the end of this year. 20,000 SOLDIERS At the moment there are more than 20,000 soldiers serving in the AU mission (Amisom). Uganda, which first sent troops to ...

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Ethiopia Used Israeli-made Surveillance Technology to Spy on Journalists, Dissidents

Israel-based defense outfit Elbit Systems Ltd. provided the Ethiopian government with spyware software that was used to track journalists and dissidents, according to a report published Tuesday by The Citizen Lab, a laboratory based at the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto. The report reveals a cyber campaign by Ethiopia targeting advocates of the Oromo ethnic group across 20 countr ...

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PRESIDENT FARMAJO’S DIFFICULT ROAD AHEAD

By Abdinasir M. Hashi On Feb. 8th, Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed also known as "Farmajo", shown on above, won Somalia's 2017 presidential election defeating the former president Hassan Mohamoud along with other candidates.  His victory was hailed with cheers and jubilation, erupting celebrations inside and outside the country as the man who will resurrect Somalia from the utter misery to its heydays. The new pr ...

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Amisom begins to withdraw troops from Somalia, As peacekeeper forces lost 281 soldiers in 2017

African Union’s Mission in Somalia has begun withdrawing its troops from the country against the backdrop of heightened insecurity in Mogadishu. The capital has witnessed almost 1,000 deaths in just three months. SECURITY This is the highest number of fatalities recorded in the country in such a short time since Amisom operations began in 2007. The intensified attacks have caused a security scare in Somalia ...

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