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Somalia: US Troops Wage Peace ‎Mission In East African Coast

ISSUE 210
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Index

Headlines

African Delegates Raise Their ‎Opinions On Somaliland’s Status

Director Of Hargeysa Water Agency ‎Briefs Guurti’s House Committee For ‎The Agency’s 2005 Annual Report ‎‎

“Abdillahi Jawan” Calls On Opposing Sides ‎Fighting In Yo’ale (Ethiopia) To Seize All Hostilities‎‎

An Ethiopian Delegation Led By The ‎Minister Of Transport And Communication ‎Will Arrive Today In Somaliland‎‎

Somaliland: Elusive Independence‎

Two British MPs Ask Questions On ‎Issues Concerning About Somaliland‎

US Policy Towards Somaliland Changes For The Better

Local & Regional Affairs

Hargeysa Consultative Workshop 16-18 January 2006‎ Communiqué

Gunmen Kill Two Somali Ex-Colonels‎

Compromise Over African Union Chairmanship

ETHIOPIA: CPJ Condemns Expulsion Of ‎Leading Foreign Journalist

Somalia: US Troops Wage Peace ‎Mission In East African Coast‎‎

Somalia New Front For Osama Hunt

Denmark Writes Off Nigeria's Debt‎

Report: Somaliland And The Torfaen ‎Summit 1‎

Little-Known Dimension To War On ‎Terrorism Is Playing Out In East Africa

THE BETTER HALF‎

Editorial
Letter To The Editor

International News

Suspected Pirates Captured Off Somali Coast‎‎‎‎‎‎‎

Yemen Terrorism Talks With UK‎‎

Muslim Cleric Faces Charges In Washington

Hijacked Fishing Boat Freed In Somalia

Seattle Imam’s Case In Legal Limbo

FEATURES & COMMENTARY

Do African Leaders Hear The Cries Of Hungry ‎Children As They Savior On French Gourmet

Mvela's Ophir Holds Somaliland Cards ‎Close To Its Chest‎‎

Africa Survives Test Of Diplomacy

Somalilanders In Cardiff First Arrived ‎‎1880s Settled 1950s‎

Notice Board

Opinions

The Sool loses ‎

Watch Out For Rayale’s Improved And ‎Enhanced Teeth Made In Germany

The Role Of Political Parties In The Multi-‎Party System: The Case Of Somaliland‎‎‎

Joint Needs Assessment And Its ‎Implications For Somaliland‎

Can Minister Of Finance Present An Honest ‎Revenue Estimates To New Parliament ‎During 2006 Budget Discussions?‎‎‎

The Development Routes Of Somaliland


Nairobi, January 26, 2006 (HAN) – The Italian Government said the Co-Chairs of the Somalia Donors Group, Belgium, Norway, Finland, EU, Arab League and China and EU, who will meet in Rome soon, urged an immediate end to violence and that they engage with the Somalia Federal government and its parliament to peaceful talk and re-establish a permanent Government base.  

African leaders gathered Monday for a summit fraught with human rights issues in a country the United States accuses of genocide, one day after Sudanese police raided a meeting of civil and human rights groups and briefly detained participants.

The US as one of the regions peacefully war on terror reiterates this message in the strongest possible terms towards the Somalia political groups. We are deeply concerned about the continued erosion of Somalia's One year old ceasefire as marked by the recent series of violent incidents in southern Somalia, The US embassy said. The United States recognizes that a lasting peace in Somalia can only be achieved by Somalis. We call on both sides to embrace peace and work together to build a future for Somalia that is prosperous and secure.  

There are other reasons, besides the humanitarian ones for the Horn of Africa's mission, to stop the anarchy in Somalia. Somalia's disintegration could lead to regional instability and an even more fertile breeding ground for hatred towards the Italians and European Countries who never showed up to help for the last 10 years of famine and disintegration. In the last few years of Warlord skirmishes in Southern Somalia has already lost five percent of its population.  

As IGAD zone events analyst of the Geeska Afrika Online editor said "when criticizing IGAD's frontline states policy of   siding with warlords to increase Somalia's disintegration:   Is Western security at stake in Somalia? directly, yes, for failed states anywhere can threaten stability of the Worlds busies Oil shipment - Red Sea."  

A collapsed Horn of African States like Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti, Sudan and Kenya could become, like the Taliban's Afghanistan, a haven for terrorists, ocean pirates, Money laundry, illegal trafficking and farming narcotics, as well as a sanctuary for infectious diseases and terrorist. Internal displace people of IGAD zone immigrants would pour by the millions out of the Horn of Africa through Libya into Europe. In today's world, as We see and observe, no nation is an island.


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