Somalia

PRESS RELEASE: Women’s March on the Pentagon

Washington D.C. (WM) – A Women’s March on the Pentagon Is Planned for October 20th and 21st 2018 to Confront the Bipartisan War Machine with Calls for Grassroots Solidarity Marches Across the United States and the World. March 19, 2018 — In direct response to ongoing military aggression and mind-boggling increases in military funding that pass […]

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Africa in Review 2017: Reconstruction and the Impediments of Imperialism

Washington DC (GR) – Mass demonstrations, repositioning priorities, and the escalating Pentagon presence. Coal mining had been a lucrative business in the northeastern Oriental region of Morocco for many decades where in the city of Jerada thousands of workers were employed in the extractive industry. During the 1930s, the earliest trade unions in the North […]

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Under Trump US Doubles Drone Strikes in Somalia

Washington DC (TLS) – The Trump administration has loosened the rules of engagement allowing it to carry out more deadly drone strikes in Somalia and Yemen. The United States said Wednesday it had carried out a new drone strike in Somalia, killing 13 extremist al-Shabab militants, bringing the number of drone strikes on the country to […]

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Situation in Somalia Threatens Global Security

Mogadishu (NEO) – For the past several decades, the East African State of Somalia has been mentioned in the media mainly in connection with the activities of Somali pirates. However, beginning in 2012, such references have become fewer and fewer due to the anti-piracy activity of international forces. Nonetheless, the social, economic, and political problems […]

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Massive Blast in Somalia Kills at Least 231, Injures over 300

Mogadishu (TeleSUR) – “In our 10-years experience as first responders in Mogadishu, we haven’t seen anything like this,” the Aamin Ambulance service posted on Twitter. A car bomb killed at least 231 people and injured more than 300 in an attack outside a hotel in Mogadishu, Somalia, according to police officials and medical sources. “There are more than […]

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10 Civilians Including Children Killed by Somali, US Troops

Mogadishu (TeleSUR) – According to witnesses and a local governor, 10 farmers and three children under 10 years old were shot and killed by Somali and US forces. Ten Somalis, among them three children aged eight to ten, were shot and killed “one by one” in a raid on a farm by Somali and United States forces in […]

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Empire Building: Turkey Opens Base in Somalia

Mogadishu (GPA) – Following the decision by Turkey to back Qatar in the Gulf conflict, the neo-ottomans are opening military bases further abroad. After two years of construction, a Turkish military training facility is set to open in Mogadishu next month. The camp will serve several purposes including training and limited military operations. The new […]

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Watch: NATO’s “War On Terror” Leaves Famine, Disease In Its Wake

Washington D.C. (MPN) – Most of us living in the West have never known hunger. In America, food shelves are easily accessed by the most vulnerable of society. Despite living in a time where there is a global surplus of food, millions of people around the world are still suffering from famine. If you follow mainstream […]

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Immigration Ban Shows Business Continues as Usual With Gulf Kingdoms

(GPA) Washington, D.C. – US President Donald Trump is expected to sign several executive orders on immigration this week, one of which includes a ban on refugees from 7 Muslim majority countries but he seems to have missed the bigger problem. Donald Trump is expected to temporarily halt refugee seekers from coming to the US […]

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U.S. Imperial Wars: Militarism in West Asia and the Horn of Africa

(GR) Many of the wars waged by United States imperialism around the world remain largely hidden from people inside the country. This represents a challenge for the antiwar and anti-imperialist movements in North America which are grappling with how to move forward amid a national presidential and congressional election which has failed to address any […]

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