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Somali Piracy or Terrorism?
Topix - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
p>Three people were mortally wounded in a terrorist attack on the Prime Minister, Ali Mohamed Gedi,while he was visiting the war-torn capital of Mogadishu. ... more

Two Somali Parties Agree to Tackle Problem of Impunity, UN Reports - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
elcoming a workshop at which the parties to a recent Somalia peace accord tackled the challenge of impunity, the top United Nations official for the strife-torn country has called on the international community to support them in the endeavour, which could include a commission of inquiry and an international ... more

Uganda Sends Fresh Troops to Country - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
GANDA has replaced its 1,700 troops in Somalia with a new contingent, the third to deploy since the first Ugandan peacekeepers landed there about two years ... more

Somali pirates say tanker ransom stays unchanged
Topix - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
p>MOGADISHU: The leader of Somali pirates holding a huge Saudi oil tanker yesterday denied that the hijackers had lowered their ransom demand, insisting they still wanted $25mn for the ship's release. ... more

Ransoms bring wealth to Somali pirate bases
Topix - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
p>As dawn breaks over the Indian Ocean each morning, elders in Somali pirate bases sip strong coffee and clutch mobile phones to their ears, eager to hear the latest from the gunmen out at sea. ... more

Somalia: Talks Resume Amid Continuing Violence
Topix - Monday, November 24, 2008
p>Talks aimed at ending the conflict in Somalia have resumed in Djibouti, amid reports that dozens of civilians died in weekend violence in Mogadishu. ... more

Protestors March in Capital Back New Regional Administration - Monday, November 24, 2008
Hundreds of demonstrators have staged demonstration in the Somali capital Mogadishu showing support of the new Mogadishu administration led by Mohamed Osman Dhagahtur who has been appointed on Sunday night as the mayor of Mogadishu on ... more

Talks Resume Amid Continuing Violence - Monday, November 24, 2008
alks aimed at ending the conflict in Somalia have resumed in Djibouti, amid reports that dozens of civilians died in weekend violence in ... more

Inquest to begin for BBC producer killed in Somalia
Topix - Monday, November 24, 2008
p>An inquest is set to begin today into the death of BBC producer Kate Peyton, who was killed in Somalia. ... more

Former Mayor Rebuffs Regional Administrations Building - Monday, November 24, 2008
The former Mogadishu mayor/governor Mohamed Omar Habeb has described Mogadishus administration formation as ... more


Galkayo-Based Radio Station Back On the Air, Director Released But Ordered to Report to Court - Monday, November 24, 2008
eporters Without Borders hails the reopening on 18 November 2008 of Radio Galkayo, a privately-owned station in the northeastern city of Galkayo, and the release of its director, Hassan Mohamed Jama, after three days in detention. Jama has nonetheless been ordered to report to a Galkayo court on 20 November... more

PM Urges New Mogadishu Administration to Work Better - Monday, November 24, 2008
omalias transitional government premier Nor Hassan Hussein has called for the newly established Mogadishu administration to fulfill their works better than their ... more

UN Calls for Aid - Monday, November 24, 2008
N emergency relief coordinator John Holmes has called on wealthy donor countries to provide $700 million in emergency aid to avoid famine in the Horn of ... more

Somalia sinks deeper into disintegration
Topix - Monday, November 24, 2008
p>Millions have fled their homes in terror; a raped 13-year-old has been stoned to death for 'adultery'; aid workers have been murdered by Islamist militias. ... more

Mogadishu Hospitals Coping With 75 Wounded Victims - Monday, November 24, 2008
t least 75 wounded civilians are being treated at hospitals in the Somali capital Mogadishu after insurgent attacks triggered two days of violence, Radio Garowe reported ... more

Puntland Govt Calls for Coordinated Effort to Combat Piracy - Monday, November 24, 2008
he leader of Somalia' s Puntland region has called on the international community to formulate a coordinated plan to combat piracy, especially by supporting local governing structures in fighting pirates on land bases, Radio Garowe ... more

Mogadishu Mayor's Election Deepens Leadership Divide - Monday, November 24, 2008
69-member regional council was sworn in Sunday in Somalia's war-torn capital, but reports from Mogadishu indicate a deepening leadership divide that threatens to destroy the Transitional Federal Government ... more

Mogadishu Clashes Leave 15 Dead, Five Wounded - Monday, November 24, 2008
eavy fighting between insurgent fighters and Somali government forces and Ethiopian troops in the Somali capital of Mogadishu has left nearly 15 people dead and almost 15 others wounded, police and witnesses said ... more

US slaps financial sanctions on alleged Somali terrorists
Topix - Monday, November 24, 2008
p>The Bush administration is imposing financial sanctions on three alleged leaders of an extremist Islamic militia in Somalia. ... more

Islamists hunt tanker hijackers
Topix - Monday, November 24, 2008
p>Egyptians looking at French navy helicopter carrier Jean de Vienne as it transits the Suez Canal in the port city of Suez, 100km southeast of Cairo, yesterday. ... more

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