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Friday, January 30, 2015

Motive Behind Verbal Offensive of Puntland Against Somaliland Questioned


(Medeshi)- The Somaliland Vice Minister for national Security, H.E. Ali Mohamed Elmi,  questioned the true motive behind untimely and very undiplomatic terms the  ‘ Security Minister’ of the regional state of Puntland that comes under the Federal Republic of Somalia, used to accuse Somaliland of a complicity with Al Shebab in relation to the military arsenal that the Somaliland authorities discovered aboard a ship that docked on Berbera Port last week.

Robert Mugabe Elected African Union Chairman

(Medeshi)- Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe has been named as chairman of the African Union.
The 90-year-old was elected by his fellow heads of state to replace Mauritania's Mohammed Ould Abdel Aziz in the role, which rotates between the continent's five regions.

Child survival in Djibouti remains at risk

(Medeshi)- Despite slightly better rainfall at the end of 2014, seven years of drought have put Djibouti’s population under severe stress.
 Child survival in Djibouti remains at risk due to food insecurity, inadequate care practices, constrained basic social services and a proliferation of communicable diseases including malaria and measles.

Looma Ooyaan - No One Cries for Them: The Predicament Facing Somalia's Minority Women

(Medeshi)- Minority Rights Group International and IIDA Women's Development Organization report launch.
Nairobi Kenya - Sarova Panafric Hotel, January 30 2015.

Thursday, January 29, 2015

Saudi King shakes up Cabinet ,Riyadh, Makkah governors replaced

(Medeshi)-  Arab News - A huge Cabinet revamp has taken place following a royal decree issued by Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman.

US- Liban Haji Mohamed added to ‘Most Wanted Terrorists’ list

(Medeshi)- By Matt Zapotosky - The Washington Post - The FBI on Thursday announced it was adding a taxi driver with Northern Virginia ties to its “Most Wanted Terrorists” list, saying the 29-year-old was suspected of providing support to al-Shabab and al-Qaeda and was believed to have fled to Somalia to join up with a terrorist group.

Voter Registration in Somaliland - What to Watch in the Run-Up to Elections

(Medeshi)- Paper - Introduction - Horizon Institute 
In June 2015, the people of Somaliland are scheduled to head to the polls for the fourth time since 1991. It will mark the third time voters elect a new President and the second time they cast ballots for Members of Parliament. As in the past, these elections will likely be under international scrutiny.

Hargeisa tonight - Shakespeare’s Globe theatre company stops over in Somaliland to perform Hamlet

(Medeshi)- Press release – For immediate  release     29-01-2014                                                   World famous Shakespeare’s Globe theatre company stops over in Somaliland to perform Hamlet

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Somaliland - photos of military equipment confiscated from a ship that docked at Berbera port

(Medeshi)- All the military equipment that was found onboard a ship that docked at Berbera port few days ago have been confiscated according to the local press.

Bristol - Prison sentences increased for two members of inner city sex ring

(Medeshi)- Bristol Post - TWO men involved in an inner city sex ring, which involved the rape, abuse and prostitution of teenage girls in Bristol, have had their jail sentences increased.

Somaliland asks for recognition

(Medeshi)-  By  Andy Carling - New Europe - ‘Independent’ nation a small success in troubled Horn of Africa
While Somalia has been in the headlines for a very long time, the former British protectorate to the north has been quietly building a functioning state, although one that has not been recognised as such.

Video - Somali man herdings camels in Sweden

(Medeshi)- Somalis love camels and regard it as a precious commodity. The wealth of a Somali nomad family is measured by the number of camels they possess.

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