The United States offers millions for information leading to the capture of the world's most wanted terrorists.
A businessman has opened a dry cleaners in Somalia's capital - the city's only one, and its first since the start of the civil war more than 20 years go.
WASHINGTON, June 6 (Reuters) - The United States is offering rewards of up to $7 million for information leading to the location of seven key leaders of Somalia's al Shabaab, seeking for the first time to target top echelons of the al Qaeda-linked militant group.
Disagreement over a new dress code policy has prompted 30 Somali workers to walk out of a Le Center, Minn., food plant.
Turkish workers have flooded Somalia - a country many have long considered too dangerous to work in - to rebuild it and burnish Ankara's image as a regional player and powerful force in the Islamic world.