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    Photo/Somali Times After ninety days of controversy and confusion over the 2020/21 Federal Government elections, an agreement was reached on Thursday, September 17th, between President Farmajo

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    ByteDance Ltd.’s TikTok app button, reflected in a mirror, is arranged for a photograph on a smartphone in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, on Monday, Sept. 14, 2020. Oracle Corp. is the

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  • The new Somali prime minister asked parliament to vote of confidence.

    Photo/Somali Times Somalia’s new Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble, who appeared in state media for the first time since his appointment, called on the Somali parliament to give him a

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  • Rights groups: UAE hired 450 mercenaries to carry out assassinations in Yemen

    UAE mercenaries in Yemen [Twitter] The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has hired thousands of mercenaries and deployed 450 of them in Yemen to carry out high-profile assassinations, the International

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  • US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dead at 87

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Which way is open for Farmajo if Parliament rejects the Mogadishu agreement?

Photo/Somali Times After ninety days of controversy and confusion over the 2020/21 Federal Government elections, an agreement was reached on Thursday, September 17th, between President Farmajo

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Tankers targeted near Strait of Hormuz amid Iran-US tensions

In this photo released by state-run IRIB News Agency, an oil tanker is on fire in the sea of Oman, Thursday, June 13, 2019. Two oil tankers near the strategic Strait of Hormuz have been

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Risks bubbling beneath Djibouti’s foreign bases

The Republic of Djibouti is on any measure one of the most stable countries in eastern Africa. There are no known Islamic radicals here and, unlike its immediate neighbor Somalia and Yemen across

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US coronavirus deaths top 190,000

More than 6.3M infection cases, 2,3M recoveries recorded, according to Johns Hopkins University Coronavirus-related fatalities in the US surged beyond 190,000 Wednesday, according to a running

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