Somali police announce curfew in capital during Sunday's presidential vote

Summary by Ground News
Police in Somalia have announced a 33-hour curfew on the capital Mogadishu. Almost all residents will be kept at home during a presidential election on Sunday. incumbent leader Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed is seeking a second term. The indirect election will take place in an airport hangar behind blast walls.
Somali police announce curfew in capital during Sunday's presidential vote
9 days ago·Mogadishu, Somalia

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Reuters

Somali police announce curfew in capital during Sunday's presidential vote

Police in Somalia have announced a 33-hour curfew on the capital Mogadishu that will keep almost all residents at home during a presidential election by lawmakers on Sunday, in which incumbent leader Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed is seeking a second term.

9 days ago·United Kingdom
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The Hindu

Somalia police announce 33-hour curfew in capital Mogadishu during Sunday's Presidential vote

President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed is facing 37 opponents in the vote, including two former Presidents, Sharif Sheikh Ahmed and Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, who analysts see as the frontrunners

9 days ago·India
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The Star Kuala Lumpur

Somali police announce curfew in capital during Sunday's presidential vote

MOGADISHU (Reuters) - Police in Somalia have announced a 33-hour curfew on the capital Mogadishu that will keep almost all residents at home during a presidential election by lawmakers on Sunday, in which incumbent leader Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed is seeking a second term. Read full story

9 days ago·Malaysia
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IBTimes

Somali Police Announce Curfew In Capital During Sunday's Presidential Vote

Police in Somalia have announced a 33-hour curfew on the capital Mogadishu that will keep almost all residents at home during a presidential election by lawmakers on Sunday, in which incumbent leader Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed is seeking a second term.

9 days ago·United States
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National Post

Somali police announce curfew in capital during Sunday's presidential vote

MOGADISHU -- Police in Somalia have announced a 33-hour curfew on the capital Mogadishu that will keep almost all residents at home during a presidential election by lawmakers on Sunday, in which incumbent leader Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed is seeking a second term. Read More

9 days ago·Canada
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Arab News

Somali police announce curfew in capital during Sunday’s presidential vote

MOGADISHU: Police in Somalia have announced a 33-hour curfew on the capital Mogadishu that will keep almost all residents at home during a presidential election by lawmakers on Sunday, in which incumbent leader Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed is seeking a second term. Police spokesperson Abdifatah Aden announced at a press conference on Saturday a full curfew in the city, covering both traffic and people, from Saturday at 9:00 p.m. until Monday at 6:0…

9 days ago·Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
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