Pontus Marine LTD- Leader of fishing industry in Somaliland

Friday, November 30, 2018

Saudi Arabia - Mohammad bin Salman 'moves military troops to Riyadh amid fears of coup

The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia has scrambled the kingdom's army in response to rumours that members of the royal family are planning to unseat him in a coup, Emirati media claims.

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

London - Kingston Comet goes red in memory of Moses

Kingston Comet goes red in memory of Moses By Will Harrison  @WHarrison0 -Editor

CPA hereby regrets the delay of local council and parliamentarian elections Announced by Somaliland

Date: 28th November 2018
PRESS RELEASE

Center for Policy Analysis (CPA) hereby regrets the delay of the scheduled March 2019 local council and parliamentarian elections Announced by Somaliland National Electoral Commission. 

London event - Somaliland beyond drought: saving wildlife and protecting the environment.

Zac Goldsmith MP and Somaliland’s Mission to the UK and the Commonwealth are honoured to host an evening with Somaliland’s Minister for Environment and Rural Development, HE Shukri Haji Ismail Bandare.

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Somaliland - PENHA conducts training programme on Environment for local NGOs - Video

Hargeisa , Somaliland

Somalia: at least 25 people killed in twin blasts in Galkayo

MOGADISHU, Nov 27 (BERNAMA-NNN-Xinhua) -- At least 25 people were killed and several others injured after suspected al-Shabaab militants detonated a car bomb and later stormed the residence of a cleric in Galkayo in central Somalia, police and local residents said.

Trading bullets for ballots, former al Shabaab No. 2 tests Somalia’s democratic process

When al Shabaab’s deputy leader Mukhtar Robow defected from the jihadist group, it was hailed as a major step for peace hopes in Somalia. But now that he’s running for a December 5 regional election, some think it’s a step too far.

Africa - Growth, but not for all

(The Indian Ocean Newsletter) - On 26 October, the African Union Commission presented a report at the invitation of the director-general for development at the European Commission, Stefano Manservisi, which made for alarming reading.