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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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There Is Bloodshed In Sudan, And The World Must Not Turn Its Back To This Crisis

Photo/Reuters People in Sudan are dying, at the hands of a brutal military which is refusing to hand over power to civilians. And in all this bloodshed, the world must not turn its back on Sudan.

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UN: Kenya, Uganda to blame for South Sudan stalemate

Photo/AFP Kenya and Uganda have played roles that contribute to “a dangerous stalemate” in South Sudan, a United Nations panel of experts said on Friday. DIPLOMATIC WILL The panel reported that

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Mayor said “We will open all the major roads to facilitate the flow of traffic to the capital.”

Mogadishu, 20 March 2018 – Governor of Benadir region and Mogadishu Mayor Mr Abdirahmaan Omar Osman re-opened the road ahead of the traffic police station in Abdiaziz district said the plan

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