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Gorfayn Weekly Briefs, Thursday 07 September 2023

President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud and former Hiiraan governor Ali Jeyte reached an agreement to ease tensions in Hiiraan region after negotiations facilitated by the Hawaadle clan chief Ugaas Yusuf.

Gorfayn Weekly Briefs, Thursday 31 August 2023

This week saw several key developments in Somali politics and security.

Gorfayn Weekly Briefs, Thursday 24 August 2023

This week in Somali politics, a Somali MP was detained in Mandera over false identity charges.

First Phase of Operation Black Lion: Trouncing Al-Shabaab in Eelbuur and Galhareeri

In the annals of modern history, few conflicts have been as prolonged and challenging as Somalia's battle against al-Shabaab.

Gorfayn Weekly Briefs, Thursday 17 August 2023

The Somali president's Chief of Staff resigned to run for regional office. The President warned against using tribal affiliations to defend officials accused of corruption.

Gorfayn Weekly Briefs, Thursday 10 August 2023

Executive Summary: This week saw several important political developments in Somalia.

Gorfayn Weekly Briefs, Thursday 03 August 2023

Somalia and Turkey discussed strengthening bilateral trade and investment cooperation during a meeting between senior officials.

Harardheere, Six Months On: How Freedom Transformed a Hopeless City

Harardheere, the historic district in the southern Mudug region of Galmudug, faced immense challenges in the past decade and half under the rule of al-Shabaab, resulting in devastating destruction of historic places, schools, and healthcare centres.

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