Abdalle Ahmed Mumin is an award-winning freelance journalist based in Mogadishu, Somalia. His work has appeared on the Guardian in UK, Wall Street Journal in U.S, The Die Zeit in Germany, Financial Mail, Business Live and Africa In Fact Magazine in South Africa. He writes about conflict, human rights, business, tourism, refugees and IDPs, migration, politics, natural disasters. His area of expertise are Somalia and Kenya.
Somali government on Sunday announced [Dec. 10, 2017] it is planning to revive the country's flag carrier to help attract investment and tourists into the war-torn nation.
Geheimer Krieg | Panorama - die Reporter | NDR German language TV documentary about drone wars in Somalia.
Short documentary about the plight of Somali journalists in exile.
News headline for Somali TV.
Mogadishu court overturns conviction but journalist who interviewed her still faces six months in prison.
Somalia has approved the use of its airspace, territorial waters and land for Saudi-led air strikes against the Houthi rebels in Yemen.
Somalis displaced by conflict and drought to camps around Mogadishu are getting more and more frantic as food aid dwindles. With nowhere else to go, they are appealing to their government for help.
Somalia gets first cash machine Residents welcome ATM as a sign that country is edging towards stability – but some wish instructions weren’t only in English.