Economic development programmes won't deter youth in countries like Somalia and Afghanistan from migrating unless they're accompanied by efforts to improve stability.
A suicide car bomb attack in the Somali capital Mogadishu kills three soldiers and injures another 14 people including six children
Al-Shabaab is normally better known for its deadly attacks than its environmental commitments.
One-hundred-and-thirty-nine refugees from Eritrea and Somalia arrived in Rome on Wednesday morning. It's part of a programme which aims to bring refugees to Europe by plane.
The combined force's aim is to liberate areas under the control of the Islamist militant group al-Shabaab.
The Somalia-based Islamist militant group, al-Shabab, claimed responsibility for the attack.
At least seventeen people killed in double car bombings in the Somali capital
No group has admitted responsibility for the massive bombing on Mogadishu
It is one of the deadliest attacks since an Islamist insurgency began in 2007.
More than 22 people have been killed in a double car bomb attack in the capital of Somalia.
Fighting follows an al-Shabaab suicide bombing in Somalia.
Baidoa in Somalia has seen no rain in two years. Cattle are dead, wells are dry and fields are empty – certain diseases such as cholera have become
Mukhtar Robow Abu Mansur defected to the Somalian government last week and has now spoken out against the militant group.
The UN says people traffickers fearing arrest have drowned more than 100 migrants off the coast of Yemen.
The death toll is expected to rise after a car bomb attack in in Somalia's capital, Mogadishu which has killed at least six people and wounded 20 others
Mural artist Muawiye Hussein Sidow or "Shik Shik" has created the artworks that adorn over 100 shop fronts in Mogadishu, Somalia.
Several people have been killed in the attack in Mogadishu
She donned Nike's high-performance hijab on the cover of the July issue with the caption: "This Is American Beauty".
A suicide bombing and gun attack in the Somali capital has killed at least 17 people, including foreigners.
‘How can we be eating lobster, when only 200 kilometres away, in the last 48 hours, 100 people died of starvation?’.
At least six people have been killed when a car laden with explosives rammed into a cafe and blew up in the centre of Mogadishu.
Over 80 percent of livestock has disappeared from several areas of Somaliland: killed by a drought which has hit the autonomous region in northern Somalia.
The explosion was caused by a vehicle that had been parked near a restaurant in central Mogadishu.
More than 40 Somali refugees have been killed when the boat they were travelling in was attacked, according to the International Organisation for Migration.
The Horn of Africa is facing its third consecutive year of drought causing thirst and hunger, decimating livestock, destroying livelihoods, spreading disease and triggering large scale population move
Somali police sources say two blasts in Mogadishu have killed more than ten people and wounded over a dozen.