Daily Archives: January 3, 2019

Political Turbulence Still Threatens Somalia’s ‘Positive Trajectory’, Special Representative Warns in Briefing to Security Council

Mogadishu Delegate Says Al-Shabaab Members Cannot Assume Opposition Leadership without Undergoing Rehabilitation

While Somalia has maintained a positive trajectory � marked by a far reaching reform agenda and expanded domestic revenues � ongoing political turbulence …

Somali Diplomat to UN: Don’t Interfere in Our Internal Affairs

UNITED NATIONS Somalia’s U.N. envoy Thursday urged the United Nations not to interfere in his country’s internal affairs, two days after the federal government expelled the U.N.’s top official there.

“Our appeal to the Security …

Home Affairs extends working hours

Several Home Affairs offices across the country are operating on a 7am to 7pm shift from 2 to 11 January 2019 to ensure clients are not turned away from offices during this busy period. On …

One Candidate Clearly Won DRC Election, Catholic Church Says

KINSHASA Democratic Republic of Congo’s Catholic bishops conference (CENCO) said on Thursday that results from Sunday’s presidential election in its possession show that one candidate has clearly won, but did not say which one.

Donatien …

With Slump in iPhone Sales, Are We Post Peak Smartphone?

NEW YORK Behind Apple’s disconcerting news of weak iPhone sales lies a more sobering truth: The tech industry has hit Peak Smartphone, a tipping point when everyone who can afford one already owns one and …