Sunday, October 25, 2020
Wardheer News

Honeymoon over? Saudi Arabia-U.S. ties face reset with Biden win

RIYADH/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia’s crown prince enjoyed a near free pass under his personal relationship with U.S. President Donald Trump, but the kingdom’s brazen young leader will have to tread more carefully should Democrats take the White House and … Continued

Security actors in Somalia need to rethink strategy

By Hassan Malik Mohamed, The Star There is virtually no African country with a conflict that matches the bloody disaster in Somalia. Protracted inter-clan conflicts and the unending al Shabaab insurgency has transformed this Horn of Africa country into a large-scale … Continued

G20 women’s forum urged to press hosts Saudi on rights

DUBAI (Reuters) – Rights groups want participants in a G20 women’s meeting starting in Saudi Arabia on Wednesday to seek the release of detained female activists and call out the kingdom for its record on rights. As current chair of … Continued

Ethiopia entry into Somalia miraa market rouses worry

By David Muchui The reported entry of Ethiopia into the Somalia miraa business has left traders in Kenya anxious about losing the lucrative market to their northern neighbours for good. According to Somali media reports, the Ethiopian national carrier on Saturday … Continued

New Somali justice minister a Turkish university grad

Abdulkadir Muhammad Nur earned degree in international relations from Ankara University Abdirahman Ali Mugeere, Gokhan Kavak and Mohammed Dhaysane MOGADISHU Somalia’s new prime minister Mohamed Hussein Roble on Monday appointed Abdulkadir Muhammad Nur, a Turkish university graduate, as justice minister … Continued

Plan to withdraw US soldiers sparks anxiety in Somalia

By FRED OLUOCH Plans by the United States to withdraw its troops from Somalia has caused anxiety among partners involved in the war against terror in the country, with appeals for Washington to reconsider its decision. There were reports that … Continued