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Somalia crisis stalemated by the Meles regime in Ethiopia

Ethiopian Review NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — After nearly 20 years of violent chaos, Islamic extremism and failed peace talks, impoverished Somalia might seem to have hit rock-bottom. But things are getting worse. The crisis is exceeding even the direst scenarios laid out nearly two years ago, when troops from neighboring Ethiopia arrived to oust a radical Islamic militia and support the Western-backed government.

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Nyasa Times"Minister of Women and Child Development Kate Kainja-Kaluluma has passed away in United Kingdom.
“Indeed Hon Kate Kainja Kaluluma has died,” confirmed family friends in London.
The 57-year-old minister was admitted to a North England hospital – York Hospital.
Diplomatic sources at Malawi High Commission in London have said arrangements are being made to send her remains to Malawi.
Kainja who was Dedza South West Constituency parliamentarian flew to United Kingdom for medical attention after a long-illness.
She is survived by a husband, Emanuel Kaluluma and three children."