Somalia food crisis: ‘Drought is reaching catastrophic proportions’, US ambassador says
The US ambassador to Somalia, Larry Andre, joins Krishnan from the capital Mogadishu.
‘Unprecedented numbers acutely malnourished’ in Somalia, says World Food Programme
Krishnan is joined by the deputy director for the World Food Programme in Somalia, Baimankay Sankoh.
Somalia on edge of famine as country suffers worst drought in 40 years
Two climate emergencies – one from a deadly shortage of water; one from too much, killing and uprooting people on a vast scale.
At least 230 people have died in the most deadly attack in Somalia’s history.
Somalia’s crisis: trying to reach Trump’s America
Many of the people fleeing famine and political instability in places like Sudan and Somalia end up in refugee camps like Dadaab in Northern Kenya.
The ‘largest humanitarian crisis’ since 1945
Up to 20 million people are at risk from famine in parts of the Middle East and Africa: the world stands at a critical moment in history.
Autism and the Somali community
Somalis don’t have a word for autism. Indeed the lack of understanding, and the stigma which surrounds the condition means many people in the Somali community are turning to unorthodox methods in an effort to cope. We’ve been to find out more – and we should warn you – there are images which some people…
Al-Shabaab and IS – changing allegiances in Somalia
A high-profile Al-Shabaab preacher has pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group. Is it a sign of closer ties between the two Islamist militant groups, or a one off?
UK jihadist Thomas Evans ‘killed with al-Shabaab’
British Muslim convert Thomas Evans is reported to have died fighting for the Islamist terror group al-Shabaab in Kenya.
Four Unicef staff killed in Somalia bomb attack
At least nine people, including four Unicef staff, are killed in an attack that has been claimed by militant group al-Shabaab in Somalia.
Security services and the road to radicalisation
It has been commented on that – like the Woolwich killers the British security services had a file on Mohammed Emwazi. Here, Channel 4 News Africa reporter Jamal Osman describes his own experiences.
Al-Shabaab targets politicians in Somalia suicide attack
Al Shabaab claims responsibility for the bombing of a hotel in central Mogadishu killing at least 10 people and injuring dozens of others, including Somalia’s deputy prime minister.
Three wise pirates? Today’s frankincense trade
Almost 90 per cent of the age-old precious resin frankincense comes from rare trees in the hills of war-ravaged Somalia. But pirates are threatening to cut off local traders from their profits.
Is the US overseeing torture in Somalia?
An exclusive report on allegations the CIA has been working closely with Somali forces in the interrogation and torture of suspected al-Shabaab members – the militant group linked to al-Qaeda.
Kenya bus attack: ‘non-Muslims singled out and shot’
The Islamist group al-Shabaab claims responsibility for killing 28 non-Muslims on a bus in Kenya. Witnesses said the gunmen spared Muslim passengers but ordered the rest off the bus to their death.