Democracy in Africa Is Slowing Down: U.N. Deputy Chief
"My concern is whether we have cut and past a framework that doesn't work for Africa," says Amina Mohammed.
Somalia: Militants Ramp up Attacks, Reject Amnesty
Somalia's president said that the country is in a "state of war" against the Al-Qaeda affiliate, which carried out deadly attacks on Sunday and Monday.
Somalia: Drought Raises Specter of Talking to al-Shabab
6.2 million Somalis are in need, many of whom live under al-Shabab's rule.
Who is Somalia's New Prime Minister, Hassan Ali Khaire?
Hassan Ali Khaire is also a dual Norwegian-Somali citizen.
Somalia: Why We Must Act Now to Prevent a New Famine
Somalia is at risk of another deadly famine, six years after the last killed 250,000 people.
Somalia Embraces the Audacity of Change
Our new president's election shows that the voice of the people has been heard.
Who is Somalia's New President Farmajo?
The new leader is nicknamed Cheese after his father's love for the dairy product.
Somalia Elects Former PM as New President
Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo beat the incumbent in two rounds of voting by Somali lawmakers.
Somalia's Election: Five Things You Should Know
Around 330 lawmakers will choose the country's next president at Mogadishu's airport on Wednesday.
Al-Shabab Executes Four 'Spies' in Somalia
The Al-Qaeda affiliate regularly purges its ranks of alleged informants and ISIS sympathizers.
Vote-Buying Marring Somalia Elections: Auditor General
The troubled country is holding crucial parliamentary and presidential elections.
ISIS Could be 'Tomorrow's Reality,' Says Somalia's PM
The current Somali prime minister is running for the presidency in October's election.
Al-Shabab 'Losing Ideological War:' Somalia President
Mohamud is running for re-election this fall.
Somalia: Five Killed in Car Bomb Near President's Villa
The Somali Youth League hotel was also attacked in February, when nine people were killed.
Somalia Sets Elections Dates, Despite Al-Shabab Threat
The country's president will be elected by MPs, not by a popular vote.
Al-Shabab Says Suicide Bomber Was Former MP
Salah Badbado left politics, saying he needed to live in "Shariah-compliant" territory.
Somalia: African Union Force to Pull Out by 2020
The 22,000-strong force will leave by 2020 despite increased Al-Shabab attacks in 2016.
The Somali Woman Who Would be President
If elected, Fadumo Dayib would want talks with al-Shabab.
Somalia: Al-Shabab Kill Four Civilians in Mogadishu
The Al-Qaeda aligned group is expected to increase attacks ahead Somali elections in 2016
Can Somalia Hold Elections in 2016?
Al-Shabab, clan rivalries and a breakaway state all pose challenges to Somalia's plan for democracy.
Watch: The Rise of Al-Shabab in Somalia
The Al-Qaeda affiliate has launched multiple attacks ahead of elections scheduled for 2016.