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Somalia: Gorfayn Weekly Briefs, Thursday 19 October 2023

President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud welcomed troops returning from training in Eritrea, thanking them for their service and sacrifice.

Gorfayn Weekly Briefs, Thursday 20 July 2023

Key political developments this week include Somalia's president condemning an al-Shabaab blockade of Baidoa town, worsening hunger and instability.

Gorfayn Weekly Briefs

Welcome to the inaugural edition of Gorfayn's Weekly Briefs, your reliable source and resource for the latest developments in Somali politics and security.

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