All fishermen are prohibited from carrying out their activities in Ras Kamboni and any other areas past Kiunga Town, all of which lay close to the Kenya-Somalia border, according to Lamu County Commissioner Joseph Kanyiri. This comes in the midst of tensions over a maritime border squabble between the two countries.
Govt Bans Fishing Close to Somalia Border
Nation, 3 June 2019
Kenya has banned fishing activities off the Coast near the Somalia border over security concerns. Read more »
Kenya Bans Unaccompanied Luggage on Aircraft From Somalia
Nation, 30 May 2019
Kenya's aviation authorities on Tuesday banned unaccompanied luggage on aircraft from Somalia and insisted that all planes should land at Wajir airport for security checks. Read more »
The Somali government has avenged the 'embarassment' of its three senior Somali officials that were refused entry visas in Nairobi while travelling to attend the EU-sponsored ... Read more »
Kenyan officials at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport have stopped the junior Minister of Water and Energy Osman Libah and legislators Ilyas Ali Hassan and Zamzam Dahir ... Read more »
Foreign Ministers of both countries have expressed a strong desire to "normalise relations" with an agreement to allow their respective ambassadors to return to their diplomatic ... Read more »
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