News Keydmedia Online | 21 November 2010

Mogadishu (Keydmedia) Clashes between government troops backed by Amisom peacekeepers and Insurgents killed at least 11 and wounded 20 others.

News Keydmedia Online | 21 November 2010

Galgudud(Keydmedia) 15 people were killed and 20 others wounded after fighting between Alshabab and Ahlu-suna happened in Galgadud region in central Somalia.

News Keydmedia Online | 19 November 2010

BUJUMBURA, (Keydmedia) -- Stakeholders in Somalia's peacekeeping mission on Monday began a four-day conference in the Burundian capital Bujumbura on strengthening security in the war- torn state of the Horn of Africa.

News Keydmedia Online | 17 November 2010

Mogadishu ( side land mines took place at the African military base in the capital Mogadishu which was targeted to the Burundian armed vehicles causing large casualties, reports said.

News Keydmedia Online | 16 November 2010

WASHINGTON — A California woman has been charged with aiding the Shebab, a Somalia-based militia with ties to Al-Qaeda, the US Department of Justice said Monday.

News Keydmedia Online | 14 November 2010

Mogadishu ( Two old couples of British hostages who were kidnapped on 23rd Oct. of last year have been released today on Sunday 14th November after their captors given ransom, sources said.

News Keydmedia Online | 13 November 2010

KAMPALA — The world is wasting its money on ineffective naval operations to tackle Somali piracy when it should be spending it on the African Union's force in Mogadishu, Uganda said Friday.

News Keydmedia Online | 10 November 2010

MOGADISHU ( in an interview he gave to Keydmedia, Professor Mohamed Omar Dalha, former deputy parliament speaker told that United Nations development program’UNDP’ controls Somalia.

News Keydmedia Online | 7 November 2010

Fernando Torres scored a stunning double as Liverpool's renaissance continued with a hard-fought 2-0 win over Premier League leaders Chelsea at Anfield.

News Keydmedia Online | 7 November 2010

The international community worries that Somalia, without functioning government since 1993, is turning into a hot bed for extremism. The al Shabaab, an alleged al Qaeda affiliate, reportedly recruits troops of Sheikh Sharif’s Transitional Federal Government (TFG) trained by Uganda with European Union funding. Worse, TFG’s mandate lapses in just ten months. Sunday Monitor’s Tabu Butagira asked Somalia’s Information Minister, Mr Abdirahman Omar Osman, why the Horn of Africa nation is constantly blazing:-

News Keydmedia Online | 6 November 2010

They are Women of the Year because: “They are fearless. Their life’s purpose is to be of service to Somali refugees, and their unwavering fortitude in the face of insurmountable obstacles is a testament to the warrior spirit of women.”

News Keydmedia Online | 4 November 2010

NAIROBI (keydmedia) - Kenya is forcing Somalis fleeing conflict back across the border in violation of international law, the United Nations' refugee agency said on Wednesday.