Somalia is grappling with its worst drought in 40 years; it’s taking a toll on women’s and girls’ reproductive health.
Bashir Mohamed Caato
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Mukhtar Robow, formerly a leader of the rebel group, has been appointed as a minister.
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A blood treatment that infected 30,000 people with HIV and hepatitis C decades ago in the UK returns to the spotlight.
People at detention centres scheduled for deportation talk to Al Jazeera ahead of the first flight on June 14.
Yuriy Matsarsky was working as a local radio journalist when Russia invaded Ukraine but now fights on the front lines.
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Mohamud Abdi, 31, packed his family’s bags the day Russia invaded Ukraine, having escaped Somalia seven years earlier.