Somalia’s electorate has increased since 2012, but it’s still just a drop in the ocean.
IMF sets out carrot-and-stick plan for Somali economy: it's a big task—up to 95% of its currency notes are fake
The bank's last mission to Somalia was sighted in November 1989, when it tackled a contraction in growth rate of -1.5%, now it is more involved.
'The message is clear, we are closing the camps and we will not accept more refugees in the country' officials say. to step up repatriation.
A first for Somalia: New report on the state of media freedom in the country - where journalism can be a death wish
"The authorities, public, and the militants are all hostile to us. We are like fish in poisonous waters, we can be attacked or killed at any time."
If US March 5 airstrike killed 150 Islamist fighters, the toll would exceed fatalities from all prior American drone strikes in Somalia since 2007
Trainees were preparing to go out into the field, Pentagon says in what is America’s deadliest attack yet on the group.
We want same UN status for AMISOM, Djibouti meeting demands following a particularly bloody weekend, and as the EU cut funding.
Eating the intra-African trade pudding: Uganda, South Africa top as neighbours drive Kenya’s tourism recovery
Proving Africa will reap from trading with itself, vacationers from Rwanda, Burundi, DRC and Ethiopia have shored up Kenya's tourism
'No shortcuts' in Africa's war against terrorism; IS now poses more direct threat than ever to continent
Despite losses in the battlefield, extremists are becoming more "proactive" across the continent
Witnesses said that al-Shabaab fighters occupied the bases after the withdrawal of Kenyan and SomaliK army units
At least 19 dead as Al-Shabaab hit popular Somalia restaurant in what looks to be their new method of attack
The Lido beach area in Mogadishu hosts many upmarket establishments popular with business people and diaspora Somalis who have returned home.
AMISOM mission confirms attack--if death toll holds would be among the worst attacks on the AU force.
Journalists for Justice published a report last week accusing the Kenya army of being involved in illegal sugar trading worth as much as $400m a year.
The $187m cash will be used to pay the salaries of troops, police and civilians as well as for the mission’s costs to year-end, the AU said.
12 Somali soldiers killed as Al-Shabaab overrun military camp; they even had time to address residents
Militants claim attack in brief statement posted on jihadist websites.
The growing hostility to Salafism and its wholesale demonisation is unhelpful. There is little evidence in support that it is inherently violent.
US warns of extremist threat to its interests in S. Africa, as reopens Somalia mission — based in Kenya
Washington recognised the Somali government in January 2013, and Secretary of State John Kerry visited the capital Mogadishu in May.
Cabinet picks Mohamed Aden Ahmed as chief of army in week that scores of African Union soldiers were killed in deadly Shabaab attack.
The IMF's first look at the country's economy in over 25 years brought up some surprising numbers, and showed big progress.