Archive for Category: "Somalia"
Les combattants islamistes somaliens d’al-Shabab ont attaqué un hôtel dans la ville stratégique de Bulo-burde.
Weapons shipped to the Somali government have been diverted to al Qaeda-linked militants and clan leaders, according to a team of UN monitors. Senior Somali officials have been implicated in the illicit arms transfers.
The U.S. military carried out a missile strike in Somalia on Sunday targeting a suspected militant leader with ties to al Qaeda and al Shabaab.
Somalia’s lawmakers on Saturday approved the appointment of new Prime Minister Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed, who vowed to appoint a larger and more effective cabinet.
Pirates wielding rocket-propelled grenades and AK-47s have prompted Japan to ease a samurai-era ban on civilians carrying guns, allowing guards on locally registered oil tankers to be armed for the first time. Shipping companies will be able to place security personnel with guns on the tankers when sailing through specified areas of the Indian Ocean [...]
Two U.S. raids in Africa show the United States is pressuring al Qaeda,
by Ben Rawlence*
L’Union Européenne organise ce lundi 16 septembre une réunion internationale à Bruxelles
Aid workers in war-torn Somalia are struggling to contain a dangerous outbreak of the crippling polio virus, with rampant insecurity hampering efforts, the United Nations said.
An Ethiopian military aircraft carrying ammunition crash-landed at Mogadishu’s international airport on Friday, bursting into flames and killing four of the six crew members.
Deux jeunes espagnoles kidnappées au Kenya il y a de cela deux ans
Au moins cinq personnes ont été tuées dans un attentat-suicide visant des soldats de l’Amisom,
A clan leader opposed by Somalia’s federal government has strengthened his grip on Kismayu after three
Somali Prime Minister Abdi Farah Shirdon has said last week’s deadly assault on a U.N.
Au moins quinze personnes ont été tuées dans l’assaut mené mercredi à Mogadiscio