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- USAID Official Says Somaliland Is A Good Place For Investment

- Interview With Andrew B. Sisson, USAID’s Regional Director for east and southern Africa
- UNESCO Asked To Return Manuscripts For Grade 5-8 Textbooks

- Somaliland Forum criticizes UNPOs' censorship of Somaliland Textbooks

- Bill Banning Plastic Bags Introduced By: Rep. Ismail H Farah, Mait District, Sanaag

- Hargeisa Urban Household Economy Assessment, Pt. IX


- Greater Horn Suffers

- The Real Time Bombs

International News

- German President To Visit Africa On Footsteps Of Chancellor

- Freed UN Worker Speaks Of Ordeal In Somali Gunmen's Hands

- Still Striving For Equality

- Compensation Splits 2 UK Army Rape Families

- Mixed Results From Police-Somali Meeting
- ‘Old Guard’ Shares Skills With Djiboutian Army

Peace Talks

- Kenya Asks Ethiopia To Support Somali Peace Talks

- EU Hails Somalia Peace Agreement

- Peace Process On Course, Says Kenyan Ambassador

- It Is Now Or Never For Somalia


- U.S. Prosecutors Want To Hold Somali-Born Canadian

- Somali Decision Welcomed

Editorial & Opinions

- Somaliland Should Stay The Course In The East, Reach Out To Abdillahi Yusuf's opponents

- Somaliland’s Eastern Strategy Is Working

- The Making of the New Man

- The Lure of Mogadishu & The Shame of Siilanyo
- Masquerading Successful Somaliland As Failed Somalia

- The Only Solution For The Somali Crisis Is To Recognize Somaliland Republic

- Somaliland, The Boqor, And Puntland

Local Somali welcomes Government's 'wise decision' not to repatriot fellow Somali following UN report

Auckland, 11 February 2004 (NZCity) – The Government's decision not to deport a Somali following a UN report on the situation in his country, is being welcomed.

Abdikarin Ali Haji was about to be put on a plane at Auckland Airport last October when the High Court suspended his deportation.
It said the Government should await a report on the situation in Somalia.

That report says no-one should be sent back there and the Government has given Mr Haji a visa so he can live and work here.

A Somali here says the Government has made a wise decision.

He says negotiations are going on in Somalia that could lead to stable Government in future.


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