Pontus Marine LTD- Leader of fishing industry in Somaliland

Saturday, June 11, 2016

Eritrean man mistakenly jailed in Rome as an alleged migrant smuggling kingpin

ROME — (AP/NYTimes ) - An Eritrean man who says he was mistakenly jailed in Rome as an alleged migrant smuggling kingpin is expected to be transferred soon to Palermo, Sicily, where prosecutors are investigating human trafficking rings operating from Libya, the man's lawyer said Saturday.

Al Shabaab executes four spies working with Kenya, Somalia

(Reuters)- Somalia's militant al Shabaab group said late Friday it had executed four people it accused of espionage, including one who was beheaded for allegedly giving information to the United States that led to the killing of the group's former leader.

Extending the Great Silk Road into Central Africa

(Maritime Excutive ) -The Great Silk Road is an ancient trading route that dates back some 3,000-years which connected across Asia between China and the Mediterranean lands. Advances in maritime transportation technology that date back over 1,000-years moved the trade from land to sea

Final farewell to Muhammad Ali Louisville,Kentucky - Video

Oromo TV: Final farewell to Muhammad Ali Louisville,Kentucky

Friday, June 10, 2016

The Art of Covering Up in Somaliland

HARGEISA, Somaliland, Jun 10 2016 (IPS) - Amid the hustle and bustle of downtown Hargeisa, Somaliland’s sun-blasted capital, women in various traditional Islamic modes of dress barter, argue and joke with men—much of it particularly volubly. Somaliland women are far from submissive and docile.

Thursday, June 9, 2016

London - Greenwich introduces driverless automated passenger vehicles

(Southwest London Chamber of Commerce ) - Greenwich has been chosen as one of four places in the UK to run formal trials into how driverless cars could be integrated into everyday life.

The Agony of the Massacre in Gashamo, Ethiopia

The Agony of the Massacre in Gashamo
Author: Mohamed A. Abdullahi , June, 2016, Hargeisa, Somaliland

The coffin of Muhammed Ali arrives in Louisville for Islamic Prayers - Photos

The coffin of late boxing champion Muhammad Ali arrives for an Islamic funeral prayer, in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. June 9, 2016. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson/Press TV

UAE offers assistance to South-West State of Somalia

MOGADISHU, 9th June, 2016 (WAM) – The UAE has provided various forms of assistance to areas in Southwestern Somalia similar to the support provided to the Federal Republic of Somalia and its various regions.

Video: Culture Clash Over FGM In Puntland

Sky News- Activists in Puntland, Somalia, are working towards a ban on FGM, but they face resistance from traditionalists who believe it is a religious and cultural necessity. Sky's Special Correspondent Alex Crawford reports.

Al Shabaab kill 60 soldiers after attack on Ethiopian military base in Somalia

Reuters/Mogadishu
* African force says it repulsed the attack, killed 110 militants
* Al Shabaab says it killed 60 soldiers for loss of 16 fighters
* Residents hear huge blast, exchange of fire

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Leaked : Muhammad Ali Was Silenced And Murdered - Video

Reports have surfaced suggesting Muhammad Ali was injected with a drug known to cause Parkinson’s disease in the late 70s as part of a plot by the US government to strip its most influential, charismatic and dangerous critic of his voice and physical strength.

Ethiopian Army Massacres 51 Civilians in Gashaamo

(ONLF) — The Ethiopian Army wantonly massacred 51 civilians in Jama’ Dubad village near Gashamo town on June 5, 2016.

Somalia Is Ready to Welcome its Refugees

Mogadishu, Jun 8 (Prensa Latina) Somalia''s president Hassan Sheikh Mohamud said today that the country was ready to welcome refugees from Kenya''s Dadaab camp.

London- Leytonstone Tube knife attacker Muhiddin Mire found guilty of attempted murder

London - Somali-born Muslim Muhiddin Mire has been found guilty of trying to behead a random stranger at Leytonstone Tube station after being ‘inspired by the murder of Fusilier Lee Rigby’.

US - Strikes killed 2 al-Shabab commanders in Somalia

MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) -- The U.S. Africa Command is confirming the deaths of two senior commanders of the al-Shabab extremist group in recent military operations in Somalia.

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Speech by The President of the Republic of Somaliland at the Aid Coordination Forum

Speech by The President of the Republic of Somaliland , High Level Aid Coordination Forum – Monday, 06/06/2016

Somaliland- Dahabshiil Group funds youths to reduce migration

Dahabshiil Group’s microfinance arm MicroDahab MFI has stepped up support for youths through funding their startups.

Monday, June 6, 2016

42 mostly women and children from Somaliland massacred in Gashaamo of Ethiopia

42 persons mainly women and children were killed today at Gashaamo of the Somali region of Ethiopia.

All were from Habar Younis Isaaq clan , according to the local reports. It is not known who were behind the attack and why did this massacre happen but this is not the first time that people from Somaliland were massacred in the Somali region of Ethiopia. The Liyu police have been blamed for earlier killings of innocent pastoralists in the region.

Among those killed is Abdi Fuura and two of his sons . Abdi Fuura was a known businessman who owned trucks and worked in Somaliland since the 1960s.
The breakdown of the people massacred today in Gashaamo is 27 from Reer Awl clan of Musa Ismail and 15 from Muse Arre . Both clans belong to Habar Younis of Isaaq.
This is a serious national security development that could create tension between Somaliland and Ethiopia if the federal police or the Liyu Police of the Somali region were involved in this killings.
Somaliland government  has not commented on the massacre of the innocent Somalilanders inside Ethiopia . But it is clear that ethnic cleaning is taking place under the nose of the current administration of the Somali region of Ethiopia and that its leadership is complacent , while  Somaliland goverment is turning a blind eye to the suffering of the people of Haud .
Medeshi


AU Troops Arrested in Somalia for Selling Military Supplies

(VOA)-Five African Union peacekeepers in Somalia have been arrested for allegedly trying to sell military supplies in the capital, Mogadishu.