April 17, 2015 | Morning Headlines.

Key Headlines

  • Adado Conference Kicks Off In Central Somalia (Garowe Online)
  • Government Forces In Mareeray Launch Operations To Remove Roadblocks (Goobjoog News)
  • Kenyan Lawmakers Against Forceful Repatriation Of Somali Refugees (Radio Bar-Kulan)
  • Downpour Disrupts Traffic In Mogadishu (Garowe Online)
  • Beletweyne Schools And Universities Booming (Radio Ergo)
  • Somali Al-Shabaab University Massacre Gunmen Were Kenyans: Report (Daily Nation/AFP)
  • Taekwondo: Somali Exile Fights For Olympic Dream (The Peninsula Qatar)
  • Matar Al Kaabi Minister Of Religious Affairs Of Somalia Discuss Cooperation (Emirates News Agency)
  • Pope Pleas To Kenya University Gunmen To “Come To Their Senses” (Reuters)
  • South African Authorities’ Xenophobic Remarks ‘Contributed To Outbreak Of Violence’ (RT)
  • Should Kenyan Troops Pull Out Of Somalia? (Standard Media)
  • Al-Shabaab’s Kenyan Ambitions (International Crisis Group)
April 17, 2015 | Morning Headlines.

April 16, 2015 | Morning Headlines.

Key Headlines

  • Puntland Says It Receives More Than 700 Fleeing Yemen Civil War (Garowe Online)
  • Court Sentences Members Of Al-Shabaab To 5-10 Years In Prison (Wacaal Media)
  • Kenya Has To Reconsider Its Decision To Close Remittances And Dadaab Refugee Camps Says MP Dalha (Goobjoog Media)
  • Reports Of Acute Water Shortage In Central Region Of Somalia.(Somali Current)
  • International Community Condemns Somalia’s Ministry Attack (Radio Danan)
  • Somali Ministers Visit Victims Of Yesterday Attack (Somali Current)
  • UAE Ministry Of Defence Under-Secretary And Minister Of Defence Of Somalia Discuss Bilateral Relations (Emirates News Agency)
  • Turkey Condemns Terrorist Attack In Somalia (Todays zaman)
  • Kenyan lawmakers Against Forceful Repatriation Of Somali Refugees (Global post/Xinhua)
  • Little Mogadishu Under Siege (Foreign Policy)
  • Puntland: The Sobering Trials Of The First Year (Wardheer News)
April 16, 2015 | Morning Headlines.

April 15, 2015 | Morning Headlines.

Key Headlines

  • IDPs In Baladweyne Hiraan Region Facing Humanitarian Crisis (Wacaal Media)
  • Gal-Mudug Releases 19 Crews And Fishing Vessel (Goobjoog News)
  • Somalia Government To Save Its Citizens In S.Africa After Xenophobic Violence (Somali Current)
  • Somaliland Executes Six Convicted For Murder (Horseed Media)
  • President Hassan Reaches Adado (Goobjoog News)
  • Kenya Announces Amnesty And Reintegration To Youth Who Denounce Al-Shabaab (Standard Media)
  • UN Asks Kenya To Rethink Closure Of Somali Refugee Camp (Reuters)
  • SA Is Hell On Earth Says Somali Shopkeeper (News24)
  • Repatriation Of Somali Refugees From Dadaab Easier Said Than Done (Standard Media)
April 15, 2015 | Morning Headlines.

April 14, 2015 | Morning Headlines.

Key Headlines

  • Dadaab Returnees In Squalid Conditions In Baidoa (Radio Ergo)
  • Puntland Government UNDP Review Progress At Garowe Meeting  (Garowe Online)
  • A Time Of Hardship and Agony: Somali Citizens Stranded In Yemen (Horseed Media)
  • Prominent Somali Cleric Speaks Out On Kenya Assets Freeze  (Garowe Online)
  • Preparations In Top Gear As Adaado Braces For Conference (Wacaal Media)
  • Somali Official Calls On Kenya Not To Shut Down Dadaab Camp (Radio Danan)
  • Cord Insincere About KDF – MP (The Star Kenya)
  • Police Shoot Dead Two Al-Shabaab Suspects (Daily Nation)
  • UNHCR Criticizes Kenya’s Planned Repatriation Of Somali Refugees (Deutsche Welle)
  • Repatriation Threat Alarms Somali Refugees In Kenya (IRIN News)
  • Closing Dadaab Will Not Fix Insecurity (The Star Kenya)
  • How To Re-Open A Cash Lifeline To Somalia (Chatham House)
  • Life In Dadaab  (BBC World Service Radio)
April 14, 2015 | Morning Headlines.

April 13, 2015 | Morning Headlines.

Key Headlines

  • Puntland To Contribute 3000 Soldiers To National Army Another Deal Signed (Garowe Online)
  • Heavy Explosion Rocks Mogadishu (Goobjoog News)
  • Kenyan troops to withdraw from Somalia in 2017 Says Minister (Horseed Media)
  • Central State Formation Convention Postponed To Monday (Garowe Online)
  • Security Sweeps In The Somali Capital (Radio Danan)
  • Opposition leaders call for US backing for KDF withdrawal from Somalia (Standard Media)
  • Khalifa Foundation To Foot Treatment Bill Of Somalia’s Terror Attack Victim (Emirates News Agency)
  • Somali Border Wall A Waste Of Funds – Opposition Leaders (Standard Digital)
  • Kenya Tells UN To Close Dadaab Camp After Garissa Attack (BBC)
  • Somali Refugees Flee Yemen Fighting To Return To War-Torn Home (AFP/Yahoo News)
  • Somali Refugees Feel Remittance Pain After Kenya Attack (IRIN News)
  • Don’t Block Remittances To Somalia (The New York Times)
  • How Kenya Brought The Al-Shabaab Cancer Home (Daily Nation)
  • Why US-Somalia Remittance Corridor Is Ripe For Mobile Transfers (The East African)
April 13, 2015 | Morning Headlines.

April 10, 2015 | Morning Headlines.

Key Headlines

  • Somali Government Puts Bounties On Top Al Shabaab Leaders (Somali Current)
  • After Closure Somali Remittance Companies Scramble To Address Concerns (Hiiraan Online)
  • Former Somalia Premier Warns That Somalia’s Regional Governments Are Dominating The National Government (Somali Current)
  • Ex-Puntland President’s Wife Honoured With State Funeral (Garowe Online)
  • Somalia’s Finance Minister Holds Discussion With His Colleagues From Several Arab Countries (Wacaal Media)
  • Puntland Appeals For Support Following Influx Of Yemeni Immigrants (Radio Danan)
  • Eastleigh Business Community Up In Arms Over Closure Of Hawalas (K24)
  • Terror-Linked Somali Forex Bureaus Closed – Update (The Star Kenya)
  • Minnesota High School Senior Accepted To All 8 Ivy League Schools (My Fox/Twin Cities)
  • After Al-Shabaab’s Garissa Massacre Local Kenyan Schools Fear They’re Next (CNN)
  • Somalia’s Promised But Problematic National Elections (International Crisis Group)
  • Kenya Struggles Over Best Response To University Attack (The New York Times)
April 10, 2015 | Morning Headlines.

April 9, 2015 | Morning Headlines.

Key Headlines

  • Australian Government Pledges To Implement Developmental Projects In Puntland (Goobjoog News)
  • Kenya Names 86 Individuals And Organizations Suspected Of Financing Al Shabaab (Somali Current)
  • Uganda Detains Two Terror Suspects After Kenya University Siege (Radio Danan)
  • President Hassan Announces Administrative Capital Of Upcoming Somali Central State (Goobjoog News)
  • Heavy Rains In Dinsor Cause Damage (Radio Ergo)
  • Money Transfer Freeze To Kenya Will Hurt Somalis Somalia (News 24/AFP)
  • Plan To Vet Islamic Teachers Proposed (Daily Nation)
  • Kenya Shuts Down Somali Remittance Firms Freezes Accounts (Reuters)
  • Aid Agencies Ready For Yemeni Refugee Influx In Horn Of Africa (AFP/Yahoo News)
  • Despite Somali Setbacks Al Shabaab Still A Regional Threat (France 24)
  • Terrorist Turf Wars: Why Al Shabab Attacked Kenya’s Garissa University College (Foreign Affairs)
  • Somalia’s Disease Burden And The Spiral Of Silence On Mental Illness (AMISOM News)
April 9, 2015 | Morning Headlines.

April 8, 2015 | Morning Headlines.

Key Headlines

  • Somalia Authorizes Saudi To Use Its Airspace For Yemen Mission (Hiiraan Online)
  • Puntland President Dismisses Mudug Governor (Horseed Media)
  • Elders: Kenyan Airstrikes In Somalia Killed Livestock Innocent Civilians Instead Of Al Shabaab (Garsoor Online)
  • Puntland Official Survives Assassination Attempt (Garowe Online)
  • Somali Refugee camps not breeding terrorists – UNHCR (Horseed Media)
  • Six Garissa University Terror Suspects Remanded 30 Days (The Star Kenya)
  • Garissa Cleric Accuses Police Of Harassment (The Star Kenya)
  • Somalia lends Support To Saudi-Led Fight Against Houthis In Yemen (The Guardian)
  • Somalia’s Islamic Body Calls To Protect Refugees In Kenya (Anadolu Agency/Turkish Weekly)
  • Somalia Lends Support To Saudi-Led Fight Against Houthis In Yemen (The Guardian)
  • Somaliland To Harvard: How This Student Beat The Odds (CNN Money)
  • Garissa University: Locals Question Calls To Shut Down A Beacon Of Hope (Christian Science Monitor)
April 8, 2015 | Morning Headlines.

April 7, 2015 | Morning Headlines.

Key Headlines

  • Somali Court Sentences Alleged Al Shabaab Members To Death (Goobjoog News)
  • Somalia President Lashes Out At North Eastern Kenyan leaders (Somali Current)
  • Somali MP Hussein Bantu Dies In Mogadishu (Wacaal Media)
  • Somali President Meets AU Envoy (Goobjoog News)
  • Gunmen Kill Two In Galgudud Region (Radio RBC)
  • President Uhuru Kenyatta’s IGAD Envoy On Somalia Asks The World To Help Kenya ‘Crush Al Shabaab’(Standard Media)
  • Leaders Want Refugee Camps Closed Down (Daily Nation)
  • Kenya to compile list of suspected al Shabaab members: government source (Reuters)
  • Stench Of Death Permeates Kenya Massacre University’s Halls (AFP/Yahoo News)
  • Somali Journalists Arrested Over Garissa Massacre Coverage (RFI)
  • Not Enough Police In Garissa Because It’s A ‘Punishment Zone': Analyst (RFI)
  • Garissa Attack: How Kenyan Media Covers Terrorist Attacks (Sahan Journal)
  • Are The Terrorists Of Al-Shabaab About To Tear Kenya In Two? (The Guardian)
  • Al Shabaab Using Attacks To Earn Al Qaeda ISIS Recognition Say Experts (The East African)
April 7, 2015 | Morning Headlines.

April 6, 2015 | Morning Headlines.

Key Headlines

  • Convicted Pirates Freed In Yemen Prison Attack Reach Puntland (Garowe Online)
  • Somalia Set To Review Constitution In 2015 ( Radio Danan)
  • Somalis In Kenya Protest After Deadly University Attack(Hiiraan Online)
  • Federal Government Shuts Down Mogadishu Radio Station Again (Garowe Online)
  • Diarrhoea Outbreak Kills Three In Bullo-Burde District (Goobjoog News)
  • Discontent Over New Kenya Ambassador’s Appointment (Radio Danan)
  • 35 Somalis Arrested Before Illegally Travelling To Italy (Cairo Post)
  • Leaders Call For Urgent Withdrawal Of Kenyan Troops From Somalia (Standard Media)
  • Son Of Mandera Chief Among Slain Al Shabaab Militia That Killed 147 In Garissa Attack (The Star Kenya)
  • Kenyatta Says Campus Attackers ‘Embedded’ In Kenya’s Muslim Community(Reuters)
  • Kenyan Politicians Urge Repatriation Of Somalia Refugees (China.org)
  • Somalia Must Plan For Post-Amisom Period (Daily Nation)
  • Kenyans Blame Corrupt Government For Escalating Al-Shabaab Violence (Time)
April 6, 2015 | Morning Headlines.