MOGADISHU, Somalia - Newly elected Somalia's President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud has started on the right path, a top United Nations envoy has said, just a few days before the new president is inaugurated in the Horn of Africa nation, which has been struggling with instability.
For over three decades, Somalia has been struggling with various internal challenges key among them Al-Shabaab militants, who control huge swathes of the rural central and southern parts of the country. There have been also political wrangles within the country.
But James Swan, the Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, says there are signs that the new leader will...
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