News Keydmedia Online | 3 November 2010

Mogadishu (Keydmedia) Clashes between government troops killed 3 & wound 6 including civilians in wadajir district south Mogadishu today.

News Keydmedia Online | 3 November 2010

Mogadishu (Keydmedia) Somali insurgent group ordered the mothers to bring their children to Islamist rebel militias so as to become apart the fighting against TFG & Amisom.

News Keydmedia Online | 3 November 2010

WASHINGTON — Three California residents were indicted on charges of providing funding and other aid for the Shebab, a Somali-based Islamist group linked to Al-Qaeda, US authorities said Tuesday.

News Keydmedia Online | 2 November 2010

LONDON — The government has suspended all unaccompanied air cargo from Somalia in the wake of a foiled Al-Qaeda bomb plot against US-bound flights, Home Secretary Theresa May said Monday.

News Keydmedia Online | 1 November 2010

NEW YORK - It has been a breakthrough year for rapper K’naan. A remixed version of his song “Wavin’ Flag” with and David Guetta became an international hit; he performed during festivities for the World Cup; and his profile in the rap world and beyond is steadily rising.

News Keydmedia Online | 31 October 2010

MOGADISHU ( newly elected Prime Minister Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed has been given vote of confidence today on Sunday by the parliamentarians in their session they had, reports said.

News Keydmedia Online | 30 October 2010

MOGADISHU ( – Hawiye elders have harshly denounced the deadly shelling of the African Union troops AMISOM and called to halt continuing bombardment of the civilians in the capital, spokesman said on Saturday.

News Keydmedia Online | 30 October 2010

WASHINGTON — The United States on Friday voiced horror at the executions of two girls by Somalia's Shebab, saying it showed the Al-Qaeda-inspired group's disregard for the nation's people.

News Keydmedia Online | 29 October 2010

Al-shabab insurgents in the Juba regions have announced that they will give militia training to more than three hundred students. The students will join their militia from different schools.

News Keydmedia Online | 27 October 2010

Denmark, New Zealand and Singapore are seen as having the least corruption in the world, according to a just-published global survey.

News Keydmedia Online | 27 October 2010

The United Nations refugee agency says 60,000 Somalis have fled their homes over the past week because of fighting on the Somalia-Kenya border.

News Keydmedia Online | 26 October 2010

MOGADISHU ( sources close to both leaders of Somali Transitional Federal Government Sheikh Sharif Sh. Ahmed and Sharif Hassan Sh. Adam from presidential palace indicated that the president and parliament speaker agreed.