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At least 100 killed in Somalia car bombings
Somalia’s president said at least 100 people were killed in Saturday’s two car bombings at a busy junction in the capital and the toll could rise in the country’s deadliest attack since a truck bombing at the same spot five years ago killed more than 500.
More than 700 children have died in Somalia nutrition centres: UN
Hundreds of children have already died in nutrition centres across Somalia, the UN children's agency (UNICEF) said on Tuesday, a day after the global body warned that parts of Somalia will be hit by famine in the coming months.
Al-Shabab terrorists kill at least 20 travelers in Somalia
Somali state media and residents said the terrorist group Al-Shabab killed at least 20 people and burned seven vehicles transporting food in the Hiran region Saturday morning.
At least 13 killed in Mogadishu hotel attack
At least 13 people were killed in an hours-long attack by terrorists on a hotel in the Somali capital Mogadishu, security commander Mohamed Abdikadir said on Saturday.
Nine killed in Somalia suicide bombing
Nine people including a senior local government official were killed on Wednesday in a suicide bombing in southern Somalia claimed by the Al-Shabaab terrorist group, police and witnesses said.
IMF extends Somalia funding following election
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has agreed to extend the duration of a crucial aid package to Somalia, a senior official said, following a long-overdue presidential election last weekend.
Biden reestablishes US troop presence inside Somalia
US President Joe Biden has ordered the reestablishment of a US troop presence in Somalia to help local authorities combat the Al-Shabaab militant group, a senior American official told reporters Monday.
Somalia imposes election curfew in capital
Police in Somalia on Saturday announced a curfew in the capital Mogadishu, citing security concerns as they barred all public activity except emergency services until Sunday’s long-overdue presidential election is completed.
Somalia swears in lawmakers, paving way for presidential vote
Somalia inaugurated 290 new lawmakers, bringing the country a step closer to completing a prolonged electoral process marred by alleged corruption and irregularities.
Millions of Somalis at risk of famine: UN agencies
Millions of people in Somalia are at risk of famine, with young children the most vulnerable to the worsening drought in the troubled Horn of Africa nation, UN agencies warned on Tuesday.
At least 15 killed in suicide bombing at army camp in Somalia
At least 15 people were killed on Tuesday in a suicide bombing as recruits lined up outside an army camp in the Somali capital Mogadishu.
Somali Parliament unanimously votes to cancel presidential extension
Somali lawmakers voted unanimously to cancel a two-year presidential term extension they had approved last month, after clashes in the capital Mogadishu between factions of the security forces, which are divided over the issue.
Somali president calls for elections after worst political violence in years
Somalia’s President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed called early Wednesday for elections and a return to dialogue after the extension of his mandate sparked the fragile nation’s worst political violence in years.
Somali capital tense following violence over president's term
Somali opposition fighters took up positions in parts of the tense capital on Monday, a day after clashes with government troops erupted over the president's bid to extend his mandate.
Somali president signs law extending mandate for two years
Somalia's President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed has signed a controversial law extending his mandate for another two years, despite threats of sanctions from the US and the European Union.

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