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Somali gang continues to terrorize park – in Maine

Last month, two dozen Somali youths swarmed and attacked two Maine residents in a park in Lewiston, beating them with sticks while laughing, as video of the incident shows.One of the victims was hospitalized, but no charges were filed. Then, last Tuesday, a group of Somalis fired pellet guns at non-Somalis in the same park.

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DFL endorses State Rep. Ilhan Omar for U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison’s congressional seat

State Rep. Ilhan Omar won the DFL Party endorsement on Sunday in the crowded race to fill U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison’s seat in Congress.Omar, a first-term state lawmaker from Minneapolis who has quickly gained national media attention as the first Somali-American to serve in a state legislature, won the three-way endorsement contest after two rounds

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Finnish Politician Calls Citizenship Awarded to Iraqis, Somalis ‘Controversial’

Today, Finnish passports are issued to foreigners six times more often than in the 90s, and almost all new holders are dual citizens. This is more than in any given year since Finland’s independence, a development the leader of the right-wing Finns Party finds worrisome. Over the past two decades, the number of new citizens

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Swedish Government to supports Somalia in the statistic

Mogadishu-Somalia and Swedish Governments are working issues on general management of economics statistics, social statistics and dissemination of data based on the facts about Somalia as the country is going to establish National Statistics Agency soon. Minister of Planning, Investment and Economic Development of the Federal Government of Somalia, Mr jamal Mohamed Hassan held talks

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Ethiopian Prime Minister Meet in Cairo, Egyptian President

Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi  meet in Cairo on Sunday with Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali to discuss regional issues namely Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam GERD which Ethiopia is building and Cairo fears its effects on its share of the Nile waters. Prime Minister Ahmed  arrive in Cairo in a two-day visit, during which he

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More than 60 Somali officers have been trained in Turkey

Turkey – The Turkish government has begun training Somali police officers and officers for a period of time in Turkey for the training of various levels of military and law enforcement. More than 60 Somali officers trained the beginning of this year, with more than 60,000 Somali police officers and officers trained by soldiers from

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Prime Minister Tunisian sack Interior Minister

Tunisia’s Prime Minister Youssef Chahed has sacked Minister of the Interior Lotfi Brahem, a statement by the government said on Wednesday.Mr Brahem will be replaced by Justice Minister Ghazi Jeribi who will act on an interim basis until a replacement is found, according to the statement. While no reason was given for the dismissal, Prime

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International Crisis Group warns Gulf conflict to affect Somalia

The International Crisis Group has warned that the conflict between Arab countries in the Arab world may have an impact on Somalia.A statement from the ICG called for Somali politicians to stop interfering with the parties’ disagreements over the Gulf, such as Saudi Arabia’s leadership and the Qatar government. a year later, Saudi Arabia, the

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Ethiopia says it is planning to establish a naval force, without any sea

Ethiopian Prime Minister, Abi Ahmed Ali, addressed the meeting with the leaders of the National Defense Force, and this is part of Ethiopia’s plan to develop its troops. “After our efforts to build our capacity, we want to build our Marine , because we have already built the strongest force in Africa and the Horn

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Kenya’s Gov’t officials to undergo ‘lie detector’ tests for Corruption

Kenya’s president ordered all state procurement personnel on Friday to undergo lie-detector tests as part of measures to tackle graft after dozens of officials and business people were detained for alleged theft of public funds. On Monday, 54 people, including the public service ministry’s principal secretary, were named to face charges related to the stealing

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