Pontus Marine LTD- Leader of fishing industry in Somaliland

Saturday, July 16, 2016

Rehabilitating the fisheries sector in Somalia

After years of conflict in Somalia, the fisheries sector in the country requires investment and capacity building to generate income and enhance food security for the communities along the country’s 3,300-km coastline and for fishing communities in riverine areas that are dependent on fish for their livelihoods and nutritional needs.

Toronto- Abdirizak Hersi in critical condition after drive-by shooting in West End

Prayers poured in on social media for a victim in Wednesday's fatal drive-by shooting in the Jane and Sheppard area, identified by police Thursday as 20-year-old Abdirizak Hersi.

Friday, July 15, 2016

leaked -Manœuvres under way to delay the elections in Somaliland

(The Indian Ocean News Letter) -First Lady Amina Mohamed Jirde asked her nephew, Mohamed Farah, the head of Somaliland Academy for Peace and Development, to explain to the leaders of Somaliland’s political parties that it would be a good idea to delay the elections.

Thursday, July 14, 2016

Eritrea demands end to UN sanction, Ethiopia’s occupation

By Tesfa-Alem Tekle -  (ADDIS ABABA) – Eritrea has demanded an end to what it described as the "illegal" and "unjust" resolution sanctions imposed on the East African nation.

France- 73 Dead As Truck Hits Crowd in Nice

At least 73 people are reported to have been killed after a truck ploughed into a crowd in an apparent attack in the French city of Nice. A further 100 people have been injured, according to French television station BFM TV.

Suspected Islamist recruiter kills four at Kenyan police station: officer

NAIROBI (Reuters) - A suspected recruiter for Somalia's al Shabaab militant group being held in a west Kenyan police station shot dead at least four officers there on Thursday after snatching a weapon from a guard, an officer said.The incident took place at Kapenguria police station in a region near the Ugandan border.

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Ethiopia: Amhara Protests Erupt Across Gonder

Ethiopia is facing a violent protest in the Amhara regional capital Gonder over the question of identity of the Welkait and Tegede people. So far six civilians and four police officer reportedly killed.

Video: Chilling moment Somali migrant kidnaps London schoolgirl

Video: Chilling moment Somali migrant kidnaps London schoolgirl

Dictatorship in Djibouti

The nation of Djibouti, officially the Republic of Djibouti, is a country located in the Horn of Africa. It is bordered in the north by Eritrea, in the west and south by Ethiopia, and in the southeast by Somalia.

Djibouti signs $75 mln financing deal for fuel imports

DJIBOUTI (Reuters) - Djibouti has approved a $75 million financing agreement with a unit of Saudi Arabia-based Islamic Development Bank to help the Horn of Africa nation to buy refined petroleum products, its energy minister said.

A Drone That Looks Like a Bird Crash-Landed in Somalia

A Drone That Looks Like a Bird Crash-Landed in Somalia.

Monday, July 11, 2016

Somaliland: Security forces arrest musician

Security forces in Hargeisa, the capital of Somaliland, arrested musician Farhan Hidig (Farxaan Xidig) in late June 2016 due to him visiting Mogadishu and remains in custody, according to Freemuse sources.

Djibouti has a Terrible Human Rights Record

On  the Horn of Africa, tucked between quarrelsome neighbors who receive the lion’s share of the regional spotlight, lies the nondescript and mostly forgotten Republic of Djibouti.

Al-Shabab fighters attack Somali army base, kill 10 soldiers

Fighters from Somalia's armed group al-Shabab have attacked an army base southwest of the capital, Mogadishu, killing at least 10 soldiers, the group and a military officer told the Reuters news agency.