Antonio Guterres says he is on a solidarity visit to the troubled Horn of Africa nation, where five million people are facing high levels of food insecurity.
Attaining the goal is at risk even after date was pushed back from 2023 to 2030, Mohamed Ibn Chambas, head of African Union initiative tells UN Security Council.
At least 14 people were killed and many others were forced to flee in southern Somalia due to the floods even as other parts of the country experience severe drought.
Up to 34,000 can die in the East African nation within months, warns the UN.
Pentagon says it is working to declassify video of what it said the Russian fighter jet intercepting and colliding with the downed US drone. Russia denies its jets caused the US drone to crash.
Al Qaeda-linked Al Shabab terrorist group claimed responsibility for the bombing that targeted a guest house hosting government officials in Bardena, 450 kilometres west of the capital Mogadishu.
Somalian army officers say the Al Qaeda-linked militants used explosive-laden vehicles to mount an attack on the base at Janay Abdale before they were repelled.
Nearly 46,000 people died in the magnitude 7.7 and 7.6 earthquakes that struck 11 Turkish provinces on February 6.
Twenty-four days of fighting, officials say, displaces 200,000 families in Las Anod town, which straddles a key trade route and is claimed by both Somaliland and neighbouring Puntland, a semi-autonomous state of Somalia.
Somaliland has a self-proclaimed independence from Somalia since 1991, has never been recognised internationally.
At least eight people were killed and many wounded in heavy fighting in Somalia's breakaway region, medics say, weeks after local leaders declared their intention to rejoin federal Somalia, sparking deadly clashes.
Terror group storms house in northern district of Abdiaziz, leaving 10 civilians dead and three wounded, Somali government says.
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