Can your blood not be moved for Somalia?

Opinion: Weeks after hundreds were killed, another attack struck Mogadishu—stories of death that have become achingly familiar for Somali-Canadians
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan

Why Turkish diplomats are pressuring Canada’s Somali diaspora

Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s regime is flexing its diplomatic muscles to hunt its opponents wherever they are in the world

A lead up to Somalia’s civil war

A review of ’The Orchard of Lost Souls’ by Nadifa Mohamed

Jama Warsame is a citizen of nowhere

He was deported to Somalia by Canada, but rejected by the Dutch for not being Somali enough

Escape from hell

The captivity and rescue of Amanda Lindhout and Nigel Brennan—and what happened once they were back home
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Theatre, amid the chaos, in Somalia

The reopening of the Somali National Theatre brings hope to the war-torn nation
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Billion-barrel oil field draws Canadian company to Somalian desert

Lots of crude is a major incentive, but al-Qaeda presence a serious drawback in Puntland
Meet the shame gang

Villains: Meet the shame gang

From Norway gunman Anders Behring Breivik to cancer fraudster Ashley Kirilow: portraits of evil
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Car bomb kills 70 in Mogadishu

Islamist group al-Shabaab claims responsibility
Good news

Good news, bad news: September 1-8, 2011

A Syrian official resigns in protest, the UN warns hundreds of thousands could die because of famine in Somalia