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Shabaab 'takes Somali Town' After Ethiopia Troop Pullout

Shabaab 'takes Somali Town' After Ethiopia Troop Pullout

Defeating Al-Shabab militants in Somalia requires a “carrot and stick” approach that could eventually include political negotiations with the Islamist militants, the U.’s top official [read more.

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WASHINGTON—Somalia’s president, Hassan Sheikh Mohamoud, issued a decree Sunday to legalize the 2016 electoral process in Somalia, after the outgoing parliament failed to endorse the election rules.The parliament Saturday delayed a vote to endorse the

Cultural similarities have helped Ethiopia absorb more than 160,000 refugees from Eritrea, despite a still-bitter border dispute. But the government has also put out the [read more...]

Cultural similarities have helped Ethiopia absorb more than refugees from Eritrea, despite a still-bitter border dispute. But the government has also put out the [read more.

Ethiopia's List of Banned Activities

Ethiopia's List of Banned Activities

Ethiopian government blames Protesters for Economic woes - TVC News

Policing the flowers of paradise

It is estimated that of Somaliland’s adult male population – and about of women – chew khat for mirqaan, the Somali word for the buzz [read more.

Somali president names Hassan Ali Khaire prime minister :http://gktomorrow.com/2017/02/25/somali-president-names-hassan-ali-khaire/

Hassan Ali Khaire is also a dual Norwegian-Somali citizen. A political newcomer, a regional director in a humanitarian organization and a senior official in an [read more.

In Ethiopia, tin-roofed shacks make way for high-rises

In Ethiopia, tin-roofed shacks make way for high-rises - The Local Africa News

Ethiopia wants companies that make clothes to view it as one of the world’s most hospitable places to operate. Low employee wages and cheap power [read more...]

Ethiopia wants companies that make clothes to view it as one of the world’s most hospitable places to operate. Low employee wages and cheap power [read more.

Investors shy away from Ethiopia in the wake of violent protests

Investors shy away from Ethiopia in the wake of violent protests - The Local Africa News

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