New findings by Mark P. Fancher, an attorney who writes frequently about the U.S. military presence in Africa; reports that the Kenyan shopping mall shooting, is a direct result of the U.S policy in Somalia.
Kenya’s Minister of State for Development of Northern Kenya and other Arid Lands launched a book on February 13 exploring the challenges and lucrative opportunities existing in pastoralism. The book ‘Pastoralism and Development in Africa: Dynamic Change at the Margins’ seeks to demystify commonplace myths that the practice is not sustainable or profitable.
Amnesty International condemns today’s murder of Shabelle media network journalist Ahmed Adow Anshur in Mogadishu, the seventh journalist to be killed by gunmen in the past six months in Somalia.
The African Union has mutated into a particularly corrupt and brutal enforcer of western rule in Africa. When it comes to the interests of Pax Americana, you must start with the crimes committed in the African Union’s “War on Terror” in Somalia, a.k.a., the War on the Somali people.
Somalia’s al-Shabab fighters say a U.S assassination drone attack has left at least 38 people dead and dozens of others wounded in the Horn of Africa state, Press TV reports.
The real causes of impoverishment in Somali farming communities were caused by deregulation of the grain market, currency warfare and the influx of foreign food aid, such donations were made with the expectation that Somalia’s best-irrigated farmlands would be used to harvest fruits, vegetables, oilseeds and cotton, not for domestic consumption, but for export into lucrative grocery market shelves in the First World.
Few parts of the world aptly fit the description of hell better than Somalia’s crumbling capital city, Mogadishu; a nation ravaged by imperialism, domestic instability and economic sabotage from foreign forces.
The National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ) organized a one-day Media Law Consultative Workshop which was held at the NUSOJ Conference in Mogadishu on 28 March 2012. The workshop was supported financially by Mustaqbal Media Corporation (NMC) a local Radio station based in Mogadishu.
Somali pirates seized an Iranian-owned cargo ship and its 23-strong crew in the first hijacking within Maldivian territory, a security official said.