Somalia Escalates Its Ill-Timed Feud With Kenya

Somalia Escalates Its Ill-Timed Feud With Kenya
Somalia’s president, Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, left, at a news conference with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta in Nairobi, Kenya, March 23, 2017 (AP photo by Khalil Senosi).

Editor’s Note: Every Friday, Andrew Green curates the top news and analysis from and about the African continent. Subscribers can adjust their newsletter settings to receive Africa Watch by email every week. Despite already facing a slew of difficulties, including rising unrest over stalled federal elections and an increased risk of extremist violence after a recent U.S. troop withdrawal, Somalia appeared to provoke a new crisis this week. The government is threatening to quit a grouping of East African nations after the bloc’s other members sided with Kenya in a spat between the two countries. Nairobi says Mogadishu is escalating […]

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