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Ethiopia: Tigray’s Capital Reawakens from the Devastation of War

Mekele's Slow Revival from War's Shadow Emerging from Conflict: Mekelle's Slow Path to Recovery MEKELLE, Ethiopia - Mekelle's once quiet streets are now alive with the buzz of cafes, thriving markets, and the drone of factory machines. Roads are under repair, and banks are back in business. Tigray, Ethiopia's northernmost corner, remains engulfed in a humanitarian abyss. However, the pulse of life is returning to Mekelle, the capital, nineteen months after a peace pact halted one of modern history's…

Striking a Balance: Addressing Immediate Humanitarian Needs while Building Sustainable Human Capital in Somalia

Dr. Adam Aw Hirsi sheds light on Somalia's struggle to balance immediate humanitarian needs with long-term investments in human capital to achieve sustainable development. The intricate decision-making processes and resource allocation within Somalia's federal system, complicated by the aftermath of civil war and ongoing conflict with Al Shabaab, make this balancing act particularly challenging. The absence of a consensus on a constitution and allegations of corruption further impede progress towards sustainable development…

Oaktree Capital Acquires Inter Milan: A Game-Changing Move in Soccer Ownership.

A US investment fund has assumed control of Serie A champions Inter due to the owners missing a €395million payment. Oaktree Capital Management took over ownership granting a loan in 2021 guaranteed by the club's majority shareholder. Oaktree, known for helping struggling companies, now has the potential to take over Inter in the event of a default. The fund plans to collaborate with Inter's current management and league to ensure success both on and off the field. Despite the recent Serie A win, Inter's ownership…

Capital Punishment for Al-Shabaab Extremist Convicted of Brutal Murders in Mogadishu

Ibrahim Adan Maadey, also known as Abdirahman, has been sentenced to death for the brutal murder of Khadijo Siyad Mohamed in Mogadishu. This horrifying crime took place in front of Mohamed's home in the Hodan district. Reportedly, Maadey requested water from Mohamed and, when her daughter brought it, he viciously shot her multiple times in the head. Maadey, who was paid $70 to $90 by Al-Shabaab, was swiftly apprehended by security forces. The verdict was delivered by Lieutenant Colonel Hassan Ali Noor Shute, the presiding…

The leader of Somalia has arrived in the Kenyan capital of Nairobi to attend a summit with other African heads of state and representatives…

Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud has arrived in Nairobi, Kenya for the African Heads of State and World Bank Summit on April 29, 2024. Hosted by the International Development Association (IDA) of the World Bank, the summit will focus on African development and investment opportunities, along with strategies to boost them through major projects. Villa Somalia announced that President Mohamud will engage in sideline meetings with African leaders and IDA officials to enhance cooperation between Somalia and…

American journalist “killed in Irpin” close to Kiev, the Ukrainian capital

American journalist "killed in Irpin" close to Kiev, the Ukrainian capital KIEV, Ukraine - An American journalist was killed and one other was injured whereas protecting Russia's warfare in Ukraine. Brent Renaud, a US citizen and award-winning filmmaker who as soon as labored for The New York Times, was shot and killed within the northern Ukrainian city of Irpin on Sunday. "We are deeply…

Report: Tigrayans forcibly disappeared in Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa

NAIROBI, Kenya - Human Rights Watch report suggests Ethiopian authorities arbitrarily detained, forcibly disappeared, and committed other abuses against Tigrayans in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, in what now Tigray Defense Forces confirms allegations of mass killings in the Tigray region. HRW now wants the Ethiopian authorities to immediately report on the enforced disappearance of the Tigrayans, release those detained without credible evidence of a crime, and end all discriminatory treatment. On June 28, after…

Tigrayans in Ethiopian capital worry for security after crackdown

NAIROBI, Kenya - Hundreds of Tigrayans have reportedly been detained in Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia, amid the conflict between the Tigrayan defense forces. and the federal government takes on a new dimension, probably at increasing levels. In a detailed report released by Reuters, police have been on the run, targeting innocent Tigray civilians, since the Ethiopian National Defense Forces lost Mekelle, the regional administrative capital of Tigray. The detentions in the Ethiopian capital are the third wave…

SNA mythists in Somalia’s capital refuse to go to military bases

SNA mythists in Somalia's capital refuse to go to military bases MOGADISHU, Somalia - The insurgent contingent from the Somali Nationwide Military have refused to return to their army bases in yet one more step that would derail deliberate peace talks within the Horn of Africa, which has struggled with instability for 3 many years. Two weeks in the past, an unknown variety of SNA…

On the very least 7 killed in suicide bombing in Somalia’s capital

MOGADISHU, Somalia - On the very least seven people had been killed and larger than 11 others injured when a automotive exploded open air a police headquarters in Somalia's capital, police and properly being officers talked about on Wednesday. The extremist group al-Shabab claimed accountability. A police spokesman, Colonel Abdiqani Mohamed Qalaf, talked about the suicide bomber tried to drive into the headquarters near the earlier checkpoint Afgoye Freeway nonetheless was thwarted. "He could have killed further…

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