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At least 16 killed in Somalia bombings
At least 16 people have been killed in Somalia in bombings that targeted a restaurant and a coffee shop, police say.
World Bank approves first grants to Somalia in 30 years
The World Bank approved $80 million in grants to Somalia to fund public finance reforms, marking the first disbursement to the government of the conflict-ridden country in 30 years, the bank said.
Somalia, Eritrea plan to establish relations, open embassies
The presidents of Somalia and Eritrea say they have agreed to establish diplomatic relations after more than a decade of animosity, the latest sign of lightning rapprochement in the restive Horn of Africa region.
Somalia launches new curriculum to improve access to education
Somalia has launched a new education curriculum for primary schools across the country to ensure access to quality education for its youthful population, a government official said.
One US troop killed in Somalia by al-Shabab militants
A US military member has been killed and four others were wounded after they came under fire in Somalia during an operation against the al-Qaeda-linked al-Shabab militant group.
Tropical cyclone hits Somalia killing at least 15
At least 15 people have died in Somaliland after heavy rains caused by tropical cyclone Sagar which landed in the Horn of Africa over the weekend.
Doha to continue support for unity, stability in Somalia: Qatari emir
Qatar has pledged to continue support for the stability and sovereignty of Somalia amid heightened tensions between the East African country and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), a party to the Saudi-led quartet of Doha’s boycotters.
11 killed in Somalia market explosion
The blast occurred at the marketplace in Wanlaweyn district about 70 kilometres (around 45 miles) north of the Somali capital
Rival groups from Somalia’s army fight at former UAE training facility
Rival forces from Somalia's army shot at each other in the capital Mogadishu on Monday, with one group trying to storm a training center the United Arab Emirates left behind after it ended a training program there, soldiers and residents said.
UAE ends Somali military training mission as tensions soar
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has decided to end its military training program in Somalia as their ties deteriorate after another Emirati plane was barred from leaving the African country for a search of suspicious luggage.
Speaker of Somalia’s parliament resigns
The speaker of Somalia's parliament has resigned after a dispute with President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed.
Official: Death toll from Somalia blasts rises to 45
The death toll from twin car bomb blasts in the Somali capital late on Friday has risen to 45 from the initially reported 18, a senior government official said on Saturday.
HRW: Somalia's Al-Shabaab forcing civilians to hand over children
Somalia's Al-Qaeda linked Al-Shabaab terrorists are increasingly threatening civilians to force them to hand over young children for "indoctrination and military training", Human Rights Watch (HRW) said Monday.
US military expects at least 2 more years of combat in Somalia
The US Defense Department has presented the White House with a military plan that expects at least two more years of combat operation against suspected terrorists in Somalia, amid the escalating campaign of US drone strikes there, according to a report.
Report finds 512 died in deadliest Somalia bombing
As many as 512 died in an October truck bombing in the Somali capital Mogadishu, an emergency committee investigating the terrorist atrocity found.

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