Somalilandsun: In May, Lithuania announced it was quitting China's 17+1 cooperation forum with central and eastern European states, calling it "divisive". In July Lithuania agreed to...
- A new Covid-19 variant with high number of mutations sparks travel bans and worries scientists November 27, 2021The discovery of a new and potentially more transmissible coronavirus variant by South African health authorities has sparked a forceful reaction across the world with a number of countries banning travelers from several southern African countries.
- Egypt celebrates reopening 3,400-year-old Avenue of the Sphinxes November 26, 2021Egypt celebrated the reopening of the ancient Avenue of Sphinxes in Luxor on Thursday night, a 2.7-kilometer (1.7-mile) road that connects two temple complexes in the area, the Temple of Luxor with the Temple of Karnak.
- A new Covid-19 variant could show immune evasion and enhanced transmissibility, South African scientists warn November 26, 2021South Africa's health minister announced Thursday the discovery of a new coronavirus variant that appears to be spreading rapidly in parts of the country.
- Eight dead and 13 children injured as bomb explodes near school in Somalia November 25, 2021At least eight civilians were killed and 17 others injured, including 13 school children, after a suicide car bomb exploded in Somalia's capital Mogadishu Thursday morning, according to state media.
- Ethiopian leader heads to war's front lines as Olympians join the military November 25, 2021Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has gone to direct the war from the front lines, state-affiliated media reported on Wednesday, as two Olympian athletes announced they were enlisting in the military.
- Nigerian government rejects report on Lekki toll gate shooting as 'fake news' November 24, 2021Nigeria's federal government has rejected a report by a judicial panel that concluded the October 2020 shooting of protesters at Lekki toll gate could be described as a massacre by the military that officials tried to cover up
- Ethiopia's Nobel Peace Prize-winning leader says he'll lead troops on front lines against rebels November 23, 2021Ethiopian Prime Minister and Nobel Peace Prize winner Abiy Ahmed has announced he will lead his country's soldiers on the front lines of the war against advancing rebel fighters, in the latest escalation of the year-long conflict between his government and rebel groups from the northern Tigray region.
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Somalilandsun: On 25 March 2020, the Somaliland government confirmed its first two cases of coronavirus. This triggered a quick succession of regulations that closed air,...
Somalilandsun: Councillor Abdishakur Mahmud Hasan has been re-elected the Mayor of Berbera local council. The mayor who is from the ruling Kulmiye party garnered 8...
Somalilandsun: Middle East airline flydubai has today annouced plans to expand its route network to include a total of 80 destinations. The airline is...
Somalilandsun: Over a month to his two years prison sentence Colonel Jama Dolaal is free. The release of the Somaliland army officer was effected by...
Somalilandsun: Nearly 40,000 Somalis are facing mild to moderate drought conditions as well as moderate to severe water shortages in Puntland, Galmudug, South West,...