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Suicide bombs kill 28, wound dozens at Istanbul airport

STANBUL, June 28 (Reuters) – Three suicide bombers opened fire before blowing themselves up at the entrance to the main international airport in Istanbul on Tuesday, killing 28 people and wounding dozens more, the provincial governor said. Police fired shots to try to stop two of the attackers just before they reached a security checkpoint […]

June 28th, 2016 | Posted in Current Affairs,News In English | Read More »

Tababare Sare Jama Aden (Karaiin) oo Dambi Lagu Waayey

Tababaraha Caankaa ee caalamka ciyaaraha masaafada dhexe ayaa xorriyadiisi dib loogu celiyey ka dib isniintii hore lagu eedeeyey inuu ciyaartoydiisa uu ku isticmaalo dawooyinka mamnuucaa ee kor u qaada adkaysiga, iyo raandhiiska ciyaartoyga. Ku waas oo ah qaar ka mamnuuca dhamaan ciyaaryahanna ku tartama garoomada caalamigaa.   Haddaba maxaa keenay sababta Jama Aden loo bartilmaansaday? […]

June 27th, 2016 | Posted in Ciyaaraha,Current Affairs,Fikradaha/Opinions | Read More »

How Somaliland made its government work for the people

Parliamentary strengthening in Somaliland transformed its legislature from a ‘rubber stamp’ for the executive to a transparent law-making group that incorporates citizen input into decision making. It is fitting to discuss the challenges to parliamentary strengthening projects near the June anniversary date of President Ronald Reagan’s Westminster Speech. During this speech, delivered 33 years ago […]

June 27th, 2016 | Posted in Current Affairs,Fikradaha/Opinions | Read More »

Djibouti faces new kid on the block

Despite Ramadan, there is no slackening at Djibouti’s ports. Under the relentless sun, whippet-thin men glistening with sweat work the docks, taking what refuge they can in the shade cast by machinery and stacks of cargo. By contrast, things are much quieter 300km southwards in Berbera, on the Somaliland coast, where dhows from Yemen carrying […]

June 23rd, 2016 | Posted in Current Affairs | Read More »

President Silanyo: Why the UK should support a sovereign Somaliland

An independent Somaliland would provide security in a strategically sensitive region, a growing market for goods and services, and an important bulwark against extremism. On 24 June 1960, The London Gazette published a proclamation by HM the Queen terminating British protection over the Somaliland Protectorate and declaring that Somaliland would become ‘’an independent country” on […]

June 23rd, 2016 | Posted in Current Affairs,Fikradaha/Opinions,News In English | Read More »

BBC News: Can Somaliland cash in on pirate-free seas?

This is good news for fishermen in the self-declared republic of Somaliland. BBC Monitoring’s Africa security correspondent Tomi Oladipo reports that …   Read More

June 15th, 2016 | Posted in Current Affairs,FYI,News In English,Wararka | Read More »

Roads and Kingdoms: The Unrecognized

Somaliland had been knocked out of contention, but the tournament would continue for another five days. The players were looking forward to a few …   Read More

June 15th, 2016 | Posted in Ciyaaraha,Current Affairs,Fikradaha/Opinions,News In English,Wararka | Read More »

Somali Man, 61, Graduates From High School

Ahmed Mohamed Ali dropped out of school to support his family by working when he was 10 years old. Over the years, he became a well-known tailor in his hometown of Bal’ad, Somalia, but he never gave up on his dream of getting an education. Over the years, he made attempts to go back to […]

June 1st, 2016 | Posted in Current Affairs | Read More »

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