Monday, September 27, 2021
Wardheer News

Picnic marred by ‘racist and Islamophobic’ attack

A family picnic to celebrate Somali women has been marred by a “racist and Islamophobic” attack, according to its organiser. Zahra Kosar tweeted that children were chased and terrorised while some parents were assaulted in St George Park, Bristol on … Continued

‘We came here and we started our lives anew’

First-generation Somali immigrants tell us how Sheffield shaped their lives By Sophie Atkinson Somalia and Sheffield are an unlikely pairing. Somalia is a country in the Horn of Africa, situated on the east side of the continent. Unlike Sheffield, Somalia … Continued

Deadly suicide car bombing rocks Somali capital

Blast kills multiple people near presidential palace checkpoint, says official on attack claimed by al-Shabaab terror group Mohammed Dhaysane   MOGADISHU, Somalia, Multiple people were killed in Somalia’s capital on Saturday after a suicide car bombing that targeted a security … Continued

Somalia partners fear Farmaajo-Roble fight will derail poll plans

ELIUD KIBII International partners fear the power struggle between Somalia President Mohamed Farmaajo and Prime Minister Mohamed Roble risks undermining the electoral process. The two are fighting over changes in the country’s security apparatus, following the sacking of national intelligence … Continued

Puntland herders desperate for water to keep goats alive

Abdiweli Hassan Mohamed, a pastoralist in Eyl in Somalia’s northeastern Nugal region, is relying on good neighbours sharing a little of their precious water to keep his herd of 35 goats alive during these tough times of drought. The water … Continued

Talks between Somali president, prime minister end in stalemate

MOGADISHU, Somalia – Efforts to end differences between Somalia’s president and prime minister have failed, according to the country’s central state president, who was serving as a mediator. In a statement on Friday, President of Galmudug State Ahmed Abdi Kariye … Continued

Somali military court sentences 2 foreigners over terror links

Briton, Malaysian found guilty of recruiting foreigners for al-Shabaab terror group Magdalene Mukami  MOGADISHU, Somalia, A military court in Somalia on Thursday sentenced two foreigners to 15 years in jail for their role as members of the al-Shabaab terrorist group, … Continued

EU to impose one charger for all phones, in blow to Apple

The European Union has announced that it will impose a universal charger for smartphones, setting up a clash with Apple and its widely used iPhone. “European consumers have been frustrated long enough about incompatible chargers piling up in their drawers,” … Continued