Mortars Welcome New President to Mogadishu
Garowe Online, 7 February 2009
In a disturbing sign of things to come, the home of Somalia's new president was targeted with mortars Saturday, Radio Garowe reports. Read more »
New President Heralds 'New Era' - UN
UN News, 4 February 2009
All Somalis should grasp the opportunity presented by the election of the country's new president and other recent political developments to rebuild the strife-torn nation, which… Read more »
Islamic Party Insurgents Declare War On New Govt
The newly appointed chairman of the Islamic Party, Dr. Omar Iman, has declared war on Somalia's new 'unity government' led by Islamist politician Sheikh Sharif Ahmed, Radio Garowe… Read more »
President Meeting With Islamic Clerics
Shabelle, 8 February 2009
Islamic clerics, who have been mediating between Islamist insurgents, are having talks with the newly elected president Sheik Sharif Sheik Ahmed in the presidential palace,… Read more »
Islamists Vow to Fight New Govt
Shabelle, 7 February 2009
An Islamist group known as Hisbal Islam (Islamic Party) said Saturday it will keep fighting against Somalia's new government led by president Sheik Sharif Sheik Ahmed and the AU… Read more »
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