Pontus Marine LTD- Leader of fishing industry in Somaliland

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Arkansas flood: survivors' stories

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Names of Arkansas flood victims released

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Somaliland elections; UDUB party Campaign

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Mossad enabler' caught in Poland

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Saudis to allow airspace for Iran war'

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Poland holds alleged Israeli spy

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16 dead in Arkansas campground floods

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Kyrgyzstan declares state of emergency

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Global protests over BP oil disaster

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World Cup Today

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England : Viewers miss Gerrard goal after ITV blunder

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World cup : Argentina 1 - Nigeria 0 ( Watch the ending part )

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Djibouti Fears Civil War

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Somaliland elections : In Pics , UCID supporters showing off in London

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Kulmiye supporters rally in Berbera ( Video )

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Shawshank Redemption-style prison breakout in Sudan raises eyebrows

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Mexico prevent famous South African win

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To Save Africa, Reject Its Nations

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Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Charcoal Production Wreaks Environmental Havoc in Somalia

|Medeshi.com|By Amanda Wheat|

Vice President Biden meets with Sudan and Somalia officials

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K'NAAN - Wavin' Flag ft. will.i.am, David Guetta

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FIFA World Cup South Africa 2010 Official Theme Song

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Knaan, Waving Flag (CC) 32 countries, One Cup.

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Gunmen kill seven in attack on Nato convoy in Pakistan

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Ahmadinejad: New UN Iran sanctions 'fit for dustbin'

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South Africa : Maradona steals the show

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Somaliland elections : UDUB Supported at the Independence park

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Ethiopia: Gambella Town Mayor Shot Dead

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Secretary-General names new UN envoy for Somalia

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Somalia's defence minister Yusuf Mohammed Siad resigns

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Biden in push to stabilise volatile E.Africa

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The Geology of Somalia: a Selected Bibliography of Somalian Geology, Geography and Earth Science.

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Stratex International Expands Acreage In Afar Depression

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US Senator Feingold Statement on the Continuing Crisis in Somalia

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Biden Praises Kenya Leaders for Political Cooperation

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Kenya to export young labour

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Monday, June 7, 2010

"Nile is above all a Gift of Ethiopia"

|Medeshi.com|By Richard Pankhurst |

Somaliland : Images from Hargiesa

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Somalia: In the market for war

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How Somalia's civil war became new front in battle against al-Qaida

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America can’t ignore Somalia any longer

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Kenya : Security alert over al Shabaab man

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US : Three killed in Texas gas pipe explosion

|Medeshi.com|By Nick Allen in Los Angeles
An underground natural gas pipeline exploded in rural Texas killing three people and leaving 10 others missing.

Degmo farm reflects on our culture more than both Somaliland and Somalia

Degmo is a word used by Somalis to describe a cluster of family encampments erected by nomads tending their livestock. Here in the UK, in a secluded valley at Hangingheld Farm, surrounded by sheep and cows and far away from roads, houses and street lights, we have created our own version of a Degmo: a haven where Somali families, community groups, and all those with an interest in Somali affairs can stay and immerse themselves in the rural cultures of both Somalia and Britain.
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Degmo is a village located between Wales and England in the United Kingdom and was  created by Hamish Wilson for the Somalia Diaspora in the United Kingdom.

Vice President Biden, Dr. Jill Biden Depart for Egypt, Kenya, and South Africa

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Ethiopia lifts tax on ICT equipment

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Widows unite to cope with horrors of Somalia's Al Shabab

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Somali widows in the Eastleigh section of Kenya's capital, Nairobi, band together for protection against militants fighting for Somalia's Al Shabab group, which two New Jersey men were arrested this weekend for trying to help.

Analyst Sees Internet and Mosques Radicalizing Young Somalis

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Said Samatar, professor of African history at Rutgers University fears recent arrests in New York would be bad for Somalis in particular
James Butty | Washington, D.C.

Somaliland elections: Many come out in support of Kulmiye in Berbera ( Photos )

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Eritrean troops have withdrawn from Djibouti border …

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June 7, 2010 — Adal voice of Eritrean's

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middle-east-online.com NEWS

Qatari PM says Eritrea has already conducted withdrawal from disputed border areas.

Gates Foundation commits $1.5 billion for mother and child health

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Calling on world health leaders to do more to prevent deaths of mothers and their newborn babies, Melinda Gates said today the Gates Foundation is pledging $1.5 billion over the next five years for family planning, maternal and child health and nutrition in developing countries.

Stink of scandal from South Africa's 'giraffe stadium'

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AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL REPORT 2010: SOMALIA/SOMALILAND

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THE STATE OF THE WORLD’S HUMAN RIGHTS
Somalia/Somaliland Country report is in the complete report

Somaliland: Sool elders to work with Al Shabab rebels

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Somaliland: Sool elders to work with Al Shabab rebels

7 June, 2010
Hargeisa (Alshahid) — Members of Dhulbahante’s religious order and elders from Sool region in Somaliland have held a series of meetings with the al-Qaeda linked insurgent Alshabab in Somalia’s capital Mogadishu with a view of forming an alliance against government forces and the Ethiopian military.

Cuts will affect 'everyone' says Cameron

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Cuts will affect 'everyone' says Cameron

By George Parker in London and Chris Giles in Busan
British Prime Minister David Cameron answers questions at the Open University in Milton Keynes. southern England.
British Prime Minister David Cameron answers questions at the Open University in Milton Keynes. southern England.


Prime Minister David Cameron has warned of "difficult decisions" on pay, pensions and benefits as he set out the case for "painful" cuts ahead.

|Medeshi.com|BBC |Prime Minister David Cameron has warned of "difficult decisions" on pay, pensions and benefits as he set out the case for "painful" cuts ahead.
He said dealing with the deficit would be "unavoidably tough" and affect "our whole way of life".

Nephew of Somalian dictator avoids jail over sex assault

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The nephew of a former Somalian dictator has avoided jail after pleading guilty to sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl.

Sunday, June 6, 2010

US cluster bombs killed 55 in Yemen'

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Cluster bomb shells dropped on Vietnam by the US military.




Amnesty International says the United States used cluster bombs on a cruise missile in Yemen, killing 55 people, most of whom were civilians.

Israel bans Turkey visits

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Anti-Israel demonstration in San Francisco.‎
Tel Aviv's anti-terrorism office has issued a travel ban on Israelis, especially its soldiers, planning holiday trips to Turkey, amid rising tensions between former close allies.

Iran Revolutionary Guards ready to escort Gaza ships

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ran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei waves to his supporters during a ceremony to mark the death anniversary of the Islamic Republic founder Ayatollah Khomeini at Khomeini's shrine in southern Tehran. (Reuters)

Saudi Arabia foils 220 terror acts

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Second Deputy Premier and Interior Minister Prince Naif receives Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, deputy premier minister of Interior of the United Arab Emirates, at the Conferences Palace in Jeddah Sunday evening. During the meeting both the leaders discussed topics of common interest between the two countries (SPA)

Afghan officials resign over attack

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Afghan officials resign over attack

About 1,500 tribal elders, politicians and other delegates took part in the jirga in Kabul [AFP]
Afghanistan's interior minister and the head of the intelligence service have resigned over Wednesday's attack on a peace conference.
Hamid Karzai, the president of Afghanistan, accepted the resignations on Sunday.
"President Karzai accepted the resignation letters of the minister of interior [Mohammed] Hanif Atmar and of the chief of the NDS [Afghan secret service] Amrullah Saleh," the president's office said in a statement.
The statement said the explanation they had given for last Wednesday's attack was "not satisfactory".
The intelligence chief told a press conference he had resigned for "moral" reasons after Karzai rejected his explanations, adding that there were also "dozens of other internal and external reasons".

Israeli PM defends aid ship attack

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Israeli PM defends aid ship attack



Al Jazeera's Nisreen el-Shamayleh says deported activists are determined to break the siege of Gaza
Israel's prime minister has claimed that a group of activists intent on violence secretly boarded the Turkish ship Mavi Marmara, avoiding security checks, and attacked Israeli troops during last week's deadly raid.
Binyamin Netanyahu made the accusations during a cabinet meeting on Sunday but provided no evidence to back them up.
The claims also go against the testimonies of activists who were on board the Mavi Marmara, as well as those of the organisers of the convoy, which aimed to break the Israeli siege of the Gaza Strip.
Israel imposed the blockade of the coastal enclave in 2006 when Hamas, the Palestinian faction, won elections and took power there.

N.J. men planned to 'wage violent jihad,' feds say

|Medeshi.com|By the CNN Wire Staff

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Feds: Pair planning 'jihad' arrested
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • NEW: The two considered going to Iraq to fight, New York police commissioner says
  • One suspect said he would outdo Fort Hood, Texas, shooter, criminal complaint says
  • Undercover officer with NYPD recorded conversations with the two N.J. men
  • When arrested at JFK, they were headed to Somalia by way of Egypt, authorities say
New York (CNN) -- Two New Jersey men arrested at a New York airport planned to travel to Somalia to "wage violent jihad," and also had expressed a willingness to commit violent acts in the United States, according to prosecutors and a federal criminal complaint.

UAE lays claim to world's furthest leaning tower

|Medeshi.com|By the CNN Wire Staff
The Capital Gate building has been deliberately engineered to slant.
The Capital Gate building has been deliberately engineered to slant.

Zuma: World Cup is uniting South Africa

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South African President Jacob Zuma (right) and FIFA president Sepp Blatter with the World Cup trophy.
South African President Jacob Zuma (right) and FIFA president Sepp Blatter with the World Cup trophy

Turkey says Israel can't 'face the facts' on Gaza raid

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Istanbul, Turkey (CNN) -- Israel's resistance to an independent, international investigation into its deadly raid on a Gaza-bound aid ship is "another proof of their guilt," Turkey's foreign minister said Sunday.

Israel: Seized aid ship's passengers being deported

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Blair: Gazans must have hope

Seven were deported into Jordan on Sunday, along with one person who was injured in the Israeli seizure of another ship trying to break the Israeli blockade of Gaza, Foreign Ministry spokesman Yigal Palmor said.
Ashdod, Israel (CNN)
 -- All 19 passengers and crew members of the Rachel Corrie have signed deportation papers and will leave the country Sunday, an Israeli interior ministry spokesman said.

Somali jihad: Rebels unite with al-Qaeda

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On Saturday, Mohamed Hamoud Alessa, 20, and Carlos Eduardo Almonte, 26, were intercepted by law enforcement at John F. Kennedy International Airport in the Queens borough of New York City before they could board their flights to Egypt. Once in Cairo they intended to travel to war-torn Somalia and join the terrorist group al-Shabaab, according to an NYPD detective.

Qatari forces deployed on the Eritrean-Djibouti border

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Fans Stampede Gates Before Nigeria - North Korea Friendly Match In South Africa

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England World Cup thugs warned to expect tough justice in South Africa

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Somaliland elections : UDUB supporters come out in huge numbers (Photos )

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Saudi Police Arrest 125 Suspected Drug Traffickers

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Report: Terrorism arrests at JFK...Baghdad bombings

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Kenya says ready to defend against al Shabaab rebels

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Yemen deports 320 Ethiopians

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The Africans risking all on the Egypt-Israel border

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Somali rebels kill 2 peacekeepers

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Announcement: four new Books! Coming soon!!!!!

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