Pontus Marine LTD- Leader of fishing industry in Somaliland

Saturday, October 3, 2015

US- Abdullahi Hussein opens first Somali-owned medical practice in Twin Cities

Abdullahi Hussein, a veteran physician assistant who comes from an entrepreneurial family, has opened what is believed to be the first Somali-owned medical clinic in the Twin Cities at 47th and Hiawatha avenues S.

Trafficking and migration tightened by Ethiopia

The young applicants are particularly scrutinised and their chance of getting a visa is minimal.

Afghanistan - 12 MSF staff, 7 patients killed in Kunduz attack, US admits airstrikes

A hospital in the Afghan city of Kunduz was hit in an overnight aerial attack that killed at least 19 people, including nine Medecins Sans Frontieres staff and three children.

Joint statement on Somalia’s ratification of the convention on the rights of the child

Somalia becomes 196th State Party to the Convention.

Puntland’s referral mechanism for victims of trafficking

IOM organizes training, review of trafficking referral mechanism in Puntland, Somalia.

Somali Government Rejects Proposed UN Moratorium on Oil Deals

Somalia opposes a moratorium on oil deals that’s being discussed at the United Nations as a way of stabilizing one of the world’s most fragile states, Finance Minister Mohamed Adan said.

Friday, October 2, 2015

Shabaab takes two towns in central Somalia

Al-Shabaab on Friday took two towns in central Somalia, officials and witnesses said.

Slough - Three men arrested for stabbing victim Wa-ays Dhaye

Police has been granted a warrant to keep three men in custody while they continue questioning them in connection with the killing of 18-year-old Slough man Wa-ays Dhaye - known as Bigs.

Somalia urges 'Marshall Plan' for reconstruction

Somalia's prime minister is proposing a far-reaching plan for national reconstruction in the aftermath of a civil war of two and a half decades.

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Somaliland's British-educated president urged to save mentally-ill man from death row

Faisa Ali, from west London, says court ignored evidence of her brother's long history of psychosis.

Water Cartel is Bad for Somaliland

Water is an essential element for human life - By Ali Mohamed 

Britain meddles in Somalia at its peril

Britain meddles in Somalia at its peril – don’t make al-Shabaab stronger - by Jamal Osman

Somaliland Calling - Oxford House Exhibition

Exhibition by Kate Stanworth.

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

London - Somali volunteer who has helped hundreds of families awarded by David Cameroon

TIRELESS volunteer who has helped hundreds of families has been awarded by the Prime Minister.

Ethiopian Airlines goes online

One of the most successful airlines in the continent, Ethiopian airlines, has started providing an online check-in service for all its flights.

Ethiopia and Djibouti signed a $1.55 billion fuel pipeline

Ethiopia and Djibouti signed an agreement for a $1.55 billion fuel pipeline with developers Mining.

Finland to tighten line on Iraqi and Somali asylum seekers

Finland suspends decisions on Iraqi and Somali asylum claims.

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Somalia and Somaliland brace for El Niño

Somalia remains in a state of protracted crisis which increases the impact of the challenging climatic conditions, amidst inadequate coping strategies and development assistance

Opinion- Somaliland Deserves Better Than Silanyo

By Ali Mohamed , Lewis Center, Ohio.

Hillingdon - Somaliland family fight to save man sentenced to death

Faisa Ali is urging the President of Somaliland to intervene and stop her brother - who is mentally ill - from being executed by firing squad.

Monday, September 28, 2015

Djibouti’s strongman president faces strongest cross-examination of his career

Ismail Omar Guelleh will be the first African president to appear as a witness in a UK corruption case. But this trial of intrigue is just one of many challenges facing the 16-year president. 

Somaliland's Horn Stars band arrested over Somali flag

(BBC)- Members of one of Somaliland's best-known groups, the Horn Stars, have been arrested for allegedly waving Somalia's flag at a concert.

British troops to fight in Somalia

British troops for Somalia peacekeeping mission.

Sunday, September 27, 2015

Australia - Giant sinkhole swallows cars and caravans at Queensland campsite - video

A 100-metre-by-100-metre sinkhole has opened up at a beachside Queensland campside,

Saudi Arabia - Senior Saudi royal urges leadership change for fear of monarchy collapse

“We [have] got closer and closer to the fall of the state and the loss of power,” the letter read.

Somaliland - President Silanyo flies to Ireland

The President of the Republic of Somaliland left Hargeisa today for a visit to the Republic of Ireland.

Somalia - Response to speaker Jawari on dismissal of impeachment motion against president Hassan

Somalia - Response to speaker Jawari on the dismissal of  impeachment motion against president Hassan.

France - Is khat the new green gold?

This series looks back on the history of drugs and other psychotropic drugs in Africa. It intends to give a historical dimension to questions that are often addressed only in their dimensions medical, legal or moral.

Somalia parliament speaker drops impeachment motion against president

Somalia's parliamentary speaker has withdrawn an impeachment motion brought against President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud - the latest crisis to threaten the country's stability as it struggles to rebound from two decades of chaos and war.

Malta - 10 Somalis and Maltese arrested for drug possession

10 people arrested over the weekend after being found in possession of various drugs.