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Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga urged the international community to support the creation of a Somalia piracy tribunal that would possibly be backed by the United Nations.
Kampala (Keydmedia) A Ugandan court has acquitted 18 people charged over the World Cup bomb attacks that killed more than 70 people in the capital, Kampala, in July.
UNITED NATIONS (Keydmedia) - U.N. Security Council members support the idea of increasing the African Union's peacekeeping mission in Somalia to help support the country's fragile government, Britain's U.N. envoy said on Tuesday.
Sanaa (keydmedia.net) - Yemen freed a man arrested a year ago on suspician of being an Al-Qaeda militant in exchange for the liberation of a Saudi doctor kidnapped two days ago, according to Yemeni news service News Yemen.
RAMSTEIN AIR BASE, Germany - Ugandan People's Defence Air Force Chief Major General Jim Owoyesigire visited 17th Air Force (Air Forces Africa) and other units at Ramstein Air Base and at Spangdahlem Air Base November 9-11, 2010, marking the first visit of an African Air Chief since 17th AF stood up in October 2008 as the air component for U.S. Africa Command.
Sport (keydmedia) - Barcelona showed their class with a resounding 5-0 win over Real Madrid at the Nou Camp in a memorable El Clasico to usurp their rivals in style at the top of the La Liga table.
Somalia’s Al-shabab insurgents group has started giving militia training to female recruits in Kismayo, the capital of the Lower Juba region. The total number of the female recruits is not yet known.
A Somali teenager has been arrested on suspicion of trying to set off a carbomb in the United States, police said on Saturday.
MOGADISHU — The Somali parliament Saturday approved the government appointed by the country's new prime minister, Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, after weeks of disputes, an AFP journalist reported.
NAIROBI — Somalia's minorities have suffered most in the civil conflict and should be recognised and protected in the new constitution currently being drafted, rights groups said Wednesday.
MINNEAPOLIS - Family members confirmed with FOX 9 that a Minnesota businessman was murdered in his homeland of Somalia. Bashir Abdi left for Somalia two weeks ago to help the country establish a new government, but his noble efforts may have cost him his life
Bosaso(keydmedia) Witness said in Sunday night a well-known elder was killed in the port and business city of Bosaso in Bari region.