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Ethiopia Dismisses Somalia’s Allegations of Unauthorized Border Crossings as Unfounded

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ethiopia's spokesperson dismisses Somalia's allegation as groundless (Photo File/PD)On Thursday, Ethiopia refuted Somalia's claims that Ethiopian soldiers unlawfully entered Somali territory, calling it "baseless." Last week, Somalia accused Ethiopian troops of crossing the border without the Somali Federal government's consent.Somalia officially lodged the complaint at the United Nations through Ambassador Abukar Dahir Osman. Their allegations mentioned Ethiopian soldiers, not part of the…

Discover UEFA Euro 2024: Key Dates and Essential Insights for Football Fans

Behold, Albart, the cheeky token of UEFA Euro 2024, standing proudly next to the trophy at Munich Football Arena . Germany is all set to host the UEFA Euro 2024 tournament, featuring 24 squads squaring off for the European crown. Italy holds the title after a nail-biting penalty win over England in the last finale. The 2024 installment brings back the four-year fixture after the 2020 tourney got bumped to 2021 due to COVID-19. Here's the lowdown on Euro 2024: What are the pivotal dates? The month-long football fest…

Faysal Ali Warabe Cautions North Western of Somalia Authorities on Potential Election Chaos

Warabe sounded the alarm about a fresh gadget being proposed for the elections, suggesting it might cause delays. He shot a stern caution to President Muse Bihi Abdi, stressing the need to sidestep any snags. "On November 13, if the election takes place on December 13, that seat will be empty, and we shall conduct the second Borama meeting. You either proceed with an election or face the people's ballot," Warabe declared. He slammed the rollout of new voting gear, as stated by Minister Buuni, alleging the Electoral…

Gulf of Aden Under Siege: Escalating Threat of Somali Piracy Sparks Alarm

A European naval force apprehended six suspected pirates after they attacked an oil tanker in the Gulf of Aden, possibly part of a surge in piracy originating from Somalia.The assault on the Marshall Islands-flagged Chrystal Arctic occurred amid Yemen's Houthi rebels' attacks on ships in the Red Sea and the Bab el-Mandeb Strait. These attacks have disrupted commercial traffic through the area towards the Suez Canal and the Mediterranean Sea.The pirates fired on the tanker from a vessel carrying weapons and ladders, armed…

Gulf of Aden Under Siege: Escalating Somali Pirate Activity Sparks Alarm

The Indian Navy heroically saved the MV RUEN in the waters off Somalia on March 16, 2024. A European naval squad captured six suspected pirates who attacked an oil tanker in the Gulf of Aden. These incidents are part of a rising trend in piracy activities originating from Somalia. The pirates assaulted the Chrystal Arctic, a ship sailing under the Marshall Islands' flag, with firearms and ladders. They carried rifles and grenades, according to Ambrey, a private security company. A skirmish ensued between the pirates and the…

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