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Building a Healthier Tomorrow: Unveiling Somalia’s Robust New Food Safety Policy

Grub is a basic must-have. We chow down and break bread with kin and pals daily. Munchies give us crucial perks: stomping out hunger, fueling our bodies, fostering growth, and sparking cultural and trade exchanges.But, these perks hinge on food safety. Unsafe food ain't food at all. Sadly, sketchy eats snatch away hundreds of lives each year.From World Health Organization (WHO) data, unsafe grub causes around 600 million bellyaches and over 400,000 deaths worldwide annually. A 2019 World Bank drill-down found foodborne woes…

Somalia Backtracks on Request to End UN Mission: A Shift in Foreign Policy Focus

Somalia retracts request to end UN mission In Mogadishu, Somalia, the government admits a mistake in a letter requesting the United Nations Assistance Mission in Somalia (UNSOM) to leave. The withdrawal was without following proper procedures. A new letter reveals President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud's call to UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, requesting a process to transition from a special political mission to a United Nations Country Team. The previous letter failed to recognize the importance of a transition process.…

Ireland is set to return asylum seekers who entered the country from the UK, citing concerns about the increasing number of arrivals and…

London (AX) — The Irish government is gearing up to tackle the influx of Somali asylum seekers and migration issues from the UK by introducing emergency laws to deport those who first entered the UK before coming to Ireland. This move comes amidst fears that British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's plan to deport individuals to Rwanda is prompting asylum seekers to reroute to Ireland. Justice Minister Helen McEntee revealed that a whopping eighty percent of recent arrivals had passed through the UK-Ireland border. In…

United States: We interact North Western of Somaliaas a part of our distinctive coverage on Somalia

WASHINGTON- The United States will proceed to interact North Western of Somalia as a part of its distinctive coverage on Somalia, Assistant Secretary of State Molly Phee stated moments after assembly with North Western of Somalia President Muse Bihi Abdi. Abdi is main a delegation of ministers to the United States the place he's to satisfy different senior officers. Bihi would goal the United States for the popularity of Somaliland. But in a press release, Molly Phee was fast to make clear that the United States will…

EDITORIAL: Turkey’s future policy in Somalia must focus on institution rebuilding

EDITORIAL One of the hottest stories in Somalia this week is the state of relations between Somalia and Turkey. Ankara has scored many points from politicians and government officials by helping to alleviate Somalia's day-to-day problems. From humanitarian aid to grants to security support, little has been found in Turkey in Somalia that did not go as planned. The story began in August 2011. Recep Tayyip Erdogan, then Prime Minister of Turkey, arrived in Mogadishu as Somalia was battling one of the worst droughts in…

Large party claims that it won Algeria’s election

Algeria's largest Islamist party, the Movement of Society for Peace, claimed that its candidates had topped the results of parliamentary votes both inside and outside the country and warned of "attempts to change the results." The claim for a win came before any official results from Saturday's polls. A statement on the official website of Abdel-Razzaq Makri, the movement's leader, said: "We extend our warmest regards and appreciation to the citizens who voted on our lists." "However, we warn that…

Somalia: in the failure of Farmajo’s foreign policy

Somalia: in the failure of Farmajo's foreign policy NAIROBI, Kenya - Building strong foreign ties with neighbors is one of the approaches that allows nations to survive for a long time or even expand cooperation and improve their socio-economic and geopolitical stability. Countries have good foreign policies for sustainability. A nation with sound foreign policies continues to thrive. However,…

Robow Kidnapped and KDF Bomb Gedo Due to Bad Policy, Says

Robow kidnapped and KDF bombard Gedo over bad policy, says Hassan Sheikh MOGADISHU, Somalia - Former President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud has once again attacked the administration of President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo, citing a series of problems which he says were triggered by bad decisions taken by the government. In a Twitter Space conversation hosted by Axadledubbed “Democratization and…

Opponent Muzito is protesting in opposition to a coverage

Within the Democratic Republic of Congo, the opposition faces a coverage of "double requirements, two measures" by Felix Tshisekedi's regime, condemns former Prime Minister Adolphe Muzito, as we speak at the top of the opposition coalition Lamuka. as reported from Kinshasa, Pascal MulegwaLamuka's march, "New momentum", was…

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