The United States military says it has carried out a drone strike against Al-Shabaab militants in Somalia, killing “several”.
Hundreds of residents from Kenya’s Garissa County have donated blood for the victims of a terrorist attack in Somalia that killed over 300 people on Saturday.
At least 300 people have been killed in Somalia’s worst terrorist attack in decades.
In June, Somalia’s new president, Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, withstood pressure to cut ties with Qatar. While Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt ended diplomatic relations with Qatar, Somalia adopted the neutral stance. Even neighbouring Djibouti reduced diplomatic ties
Somalia forces backed by US troops shot dead ten civilians – including three children – during a counter-terror operation on Friday, witnesses in the area say.
The UN migration agency says up to 50 migrants from Somalia and Ethiopia were “deliberately drowned” off the coast of Yemen on Wednesday.
At least seven soldiers were killed in landmine explosions, targeting a military convoy, on Saturday near Baidoa town.
Ethiopian troops are being deployed to aid Somali’s army in reclaiming a town from Islamist militant groups Al-Shabaab. According to reports, the Ethiopian contingent has arrived in the city of Baidoa and will assist local forces with retaking the town
A child was killed and 17 people injured at an IDP camp in Somalia on Saturday after she picked up a grenade and brought it to a group of people.
Ethiopia has released more than 110 Somali prisoners following a diplomatic agreement between the two countries.
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