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Who is Somalia’s new controversial Intelligence chief Yasin Farey?

Who is Somalia’s new controversial Intelligence chief Yasin Farey?

Yasin Farey has no educational background or military skills and his colleagues in NISA call him "the unwise man". He was appointed by the outgoing President Farmajo as the Director of the most powerful security agency in Somalia? This is his story.

Can Somalia learn a lesson from what happened in Afghanistan?

Can Somalia learn a lesson from what happened in Afghanistan?

Al-Shabaab, which is an Al-Qaeda affiliate in East Africa has been learning from other similar jihadist groups in the world, mainly Iraq, Syria, and Afghanistan.

Illegal Fishing Returns to Somalia’s Waters

Illegal Fishing Returns to Somalia’s Waters

Once the most pirate-infested region on the planet, the waters off the coast of Somalia are now home to a different maritime crime - illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing, according to a new report by the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime.

Ethiopia: Uncertainty in Tigray after rebels take control of restive north

Ethiopia: Uncertainty in Tigray after rebels take control of restive north

Supporters of rebel forces in Ethiopia's northern Tigray region have been celebrating as Eritrean forces left the town of Shire. But, However, since rebels took control of the capital of Tigray, there is uncertainty in the restive north.

Kenya might expel refugees to their home countries

Kenya might expel refugees to their home countries

In March, the Kenyan government issued an ultimatum to the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR): Create a plan to close two camps that host more than 430,000 refugees, or we will forcibly expel them to their home countries immediately. However, refugees say forced repatriation is not a humane option.

City of Cape Town mass shootings targeted Somalis

City of Cape Town mass shootings targeted Somalis

At least 24 Somali shopkeepers and owners have been killed since January, according to the Somali Community Board of South Africa, which blames police inaction for the unabated extortion of foreign-owned businesses and killings in the townships.

Somalia’s President Extends Term by Two Years, Drawing Condemnation

Somalia’s President Extends Term by Two Years, Drawing Condemnation

In a highly contentious move, Somalia’s president has extended his own term in office by two years, drawing condemnation from the United States and other allies who viewed it as a naked power grab that could upend faltering efforts to establish a functioning state in Somalia and defeat the insurgency by the extremist group Al Shabab.

The man who wants to restore law & order in Somalia’s parliament

The man who wants to restore law & order in Somalia’s parliament

The Senate election in Somalia paved the path for the Lower House election, which is set to take place on Wednesday, April 27.

Somalia Fears New US Airstrike Guidance Is Benefiting Al-Shabab

Somalia Fears New US Airstrike Guidance Is Benefiting Al-Shabab

U.S. defense and intelligence officials have long considered the Somalia-based al-Shabab one of the gravest threats emanating from Africa, targeting the group with 53 airstrikes in 2020 and  63 airstrikes in 2019.