Ahmed Jama turned his back on the successful restaurant he started in London and decided to move back to his home country Somalia. At the time he chose to return to Mogadishu, it was one of the world’s most dangerous cities and so the reaction he got from people was varied. A lot of people questioned his sanity.
The United Nations has voiced fears about a new media law in Somalia only days after UN experts sounded the alarm over corruption in the African country's new government.
UN sanctions experts have complained to the UN Security Council that Facebook refuses to answer questions about ship hijackings suspected to be organized on social media sites.
The Somalia Federal Government, African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) and Troop Contributing Countries have today started a meeting on information sharing in Mombasa, Kenya. The objective of the meeting is to set in motion and sustain a process of regular exchange of information and intelligence between AMISOM, the Somali security agencies and all relevant regional and continental structures.
A military spokesman in Somalia says that government forces will help to replace Ethiopian troops who vacated a Somali town in recent days.