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The BBC World Service has launched special radio broadcasts to serve the Somali-speaking population affected by famine and drought in the Horn of Africa.
The General Secretary of the World Council of Churches has expressed alarm at the blocking and hindering of food supplies in famine-struck Somalia.
Christian and other relief agencies providing aid to millions of people facing drought in Somalia face security issues in the war-torn country.
The African Union envoy to Somalia, Jerry Rawlings, has made an emotional appeal to the world to provide emergency aid to the famine-hit region.
A chilling new report from Amnesty International reveals the full impact on children and 'child soldiers' of the on-going armed conflict in Somalia.
Christian Aid has called on the Kenyan government to open a refugee camp that is currently standing empty to cope with the 1,400 new daily arrivals.
A Somali Christian leader has condemned the halting of the work of three relief organisations in Somalia by Al Shabaab, an Islamic militant group.
Football fever has taken hold in Africa, but some Islamic rebel groups in Somalia are stopping people from watching the World Cup because they say that the game has Christian origins.
A broad-based UK observer team has welcomed the good progress being made toward the holding of Somaliland’s long-delayed presidential elections later this month.
Progressio has welcomed recent progress made to resolve the Somaliland voter registration process – a key sticking point – and is calling on all parties to push ahead and set a date for the poll.
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