(Medeshi)- UNITED NATIONS: A former Somali warlord who renounced his alliance with the Islamist Shebab group this summer was removed from a UN sanctions list on Friday.
Sunday, December 21, 2014
(Medeshi)- As a country working hard to counter terrorism, Saudi Arabia has an important experience to share with the world. Somalia has been suffering from the influence of terror groups and has subsequently turned to Saudi Arabia for help. One Somali official recently noted that his country has signed a contract with a Saudi company to help release 40 percent of the country’s population from the hands of terror groups.
Read more at Arab News
Read more at Arab News
(Medeshi)- World Bulletin/News Desk - Leaders of the Somali government and Somaliland administration, currently in Djibouti, have agreed to continue their talks next month in Turkey, a source close to the talks said Sunday.
(Medeshi)- Malta Today - An 18-year-old teenager who died in a five-storey fall in Marsaskala is yet to be buried – more than two weeks after the tragic incident, the African Media Association Malta said.
(Medeshi)- Sierra Leone is withdrawing its troops from Somalia after the African Union blocked the West African country from rotating its soldiers over fears for the Ebola virus.
Saturday, December 20, 2014
(Medeshi)- FREETOWN, Sierra Leone (AP) -- A Sierra Leone military official says the country is withdrawing from the African Union peacekeeping force in Somalia after being blocked from rotating its soldiers over concerns about the spread of Ebola.
(Medeshi)- By Lorraine King - Kilburn Times - A vicious thug who attacked a Good Samaritan after he tried to stop a vulnerable woman from being abused in a Wembley has been jailed for 12 years on Dec 16.
(Medeshi)- Saturday, December 20, 2014 - The president of Djibouti Ismail Omar Guelleh invited the two presidents of Somalia and Somaliland for a lunch in Dijibouti.
Friday, December 19, 2014
(Medeshi)- HELSINKI (AP) -- In Finland's first court case where terror charges have been filed, three men and one woman have been given suspended sentences for collecting a small amount of money for an al-Qaida-linked militant group in Somalia
(Medeshi)- MOGADISHU - At least six people died of starvation over the past week in Somalia's central Buloburde town as a result of an ongoing siege by Al-Shabaab militant group, the local chief said on Friday.
Thursday, December 18, 2014
What the ballot papers say
The London trial of three senior staff and an agent of British printers Smith & Ouzman (S&O) is causing concern in Kenya. The defendants deny paying £400,000 (US$630,000) in bribes to win contracts in Kenya, Ghana, Mauritania and Somaliland. Most payments went to Kenya, where the trial has provoked the most interest.
Read the original accusation here : UK printing company faces bribery charges of transactions in Somaliland and other countries
(Medeshi)- Thursday Dec 18 2014 - Leaked CIA document admits that CIA Drone programme in most of the middle East , Somalia and Asia has been counter productive.
(Medeshi)- Following is a document released by Gov.UK outlining the operational plans for Somalia. It includes Operational plans set out, for spending teams within DFID, what and how they plan to deliver with their allocated resources.
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
(Medeshi)- Somaliland has seized more than 51 Yemeni boats and an Egyptian ship for fishing illegally in its waters, an official has told the BBC.
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Tuesday, December 16, 2014
(Medeshi)- Among the notable Somaliland governments is the recent upgrade of Hargeisa water systems by boosting the supply of water through new water pumps and added infrastructure to the system.