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US military campaign in Somalia could take seven more years to complete: Report
US defense officials estimate that Washington’s military campaign in Somalia could take seven years to complete, a new report has revealed, days after President Donald Trump extended the Pentagon's mission for allegedly combating terrorism in the horn of Africa nation.
Iran to export over 14,000 tons of cement to Somalia
Over 14,000 tons of cement will soon be exported from the southern island of Qeshm to Somalia, said Pejman Bahrami, the deputy head of Qeshm Free Zone Organization for maritime transport and port affairs.
Powerful car bomb explosion hits Somali capital, leaves four dead
A deadly car bomb explosion claimed by al-Qaeda-linked al-Shabab militants has hit near the presidential palace in Somalia’s capital, security officials and witnesses say.
Gunmen in Somalia kill 8 in roadside massacre
Gunmen in Somalia have opened fire on a team of roadside workers, killing eight and wounding several others, witnesses say.
Al-Shabab kills UAE-owned firm boss in Somalia's Puntland , conducts deadly blast in capital
Al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Shabab militants have shot to death the head of Dubai-owned P&O Ports in Somalia’s semi-autonomous Puntland region, according to local government sources.
Somalia blast kills at least 16 near presidential palace
An explosives-packed vehicle detonated at a military checkpoint near Somalia’s presidential palace, killing at least 16 people and wounding more than 20 others, police said. The Al-Qaeda-linked Al-Shabab terrorist group, which often targets Mogadishu, claimed responsibility for the attack.
US acting as judge, executioner toward other countries: Commentator
US airstrikes in Somalia are “unlawful,” says a political commentator, adding that Washington has no policy other than killing people.
Over 60 people killed in US airstrikes in Somalia
The US has carried out fresh airstrikes in Somalia, killing dozens of purported terrorists there as Washington steps up its military presence in Africa.
Somali ex-militant running for regional presidency arrested, beaten: spokesman
A former Islamist militant in Somalia now running for a regional presidency, putting him at odds with the central government, has been arrested and beaten, precipitating street clashes, his spokesman said on Thursday.
US military says strike kills four militants in Somalia
The US military said it killed four militants in an air strike against al Shabaab militants in the vicinity of Awdheegle, Somalia, as part of its operations to support the government’s efforts to weaken the group.
Militants kill cleric, 14 others in Somalia car bomb
Al-Shabab gunmen and a car bomber have struck a religious center in central Somalia, killing a cleric and at least 14 of his followers, a police officer says.
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.

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