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ISSUE 217
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This Week's Somaliland News

Headlines

Minister Of Minerals And ‎Water Mysteriously Disappears‎

Rayale Snubbed The Newly Appointed ‎UNDP Representative During Meeting  

Where To Baidoa?‎‎‎‎‎

Professor Ali Mazrui’s Visit‎

The shame of African and UN Diplomacies on the Continent‎‎

Circumstances, Today In Somaliland!‎

Regional Affairs

Somaliland Politicians And Women Activists ‎Address Somaliland Issues In A Seminar In Helsinki

MP Ikran Met With Somaliland Community In DC‎

DJIBOUTI: Arrests Of Independent ‎Trade Union Leaders Continue

Horizon Djibouti Terminal Expands Capacity‎

UAE Red Crescent Sends Foodstuff To Somaliland‎‎‎

Press Release

Ethiopian Political Divide Ensnares The Press

IGAD Regrets Failure To Deploy ‎Peacekeeping Force In Somalia

Ethiopia Does Not Benefit From Camels: Official

A UN Food Aid Ship Comes Under Attack

Editorial
Special Report

International News

No End In Sight To Hunger And Pain

Muslim Wins Discrimination Case ‎Against Western Union‎‎‎‎‎‎‎

Djibouti Politics: US Forces To Remain ‎Through 2007‎‎‎

YEMEN: Government Concerned Over Maritime Piracy

Bush Names Veteran Envoy To Take Over ‎Kenya Office‎

IGAD Member States‎ To Review Security Situation For Somalia‎

ADB Grant To The Private Enterprise Partnership ‎For Africa

MASTER RAMS PIRATES‎

FEATURES & COMMENTARY

BLACK LIKE US

SMUGGLERS' PREY

The Coffee Shop Warriors of Minnesota-Somalia‎‎

NORDEM Report 03/2006‎

Case Study Report

The Ticking Bomb:‎ The Educational Underachievement of Somali Children in the British Schools

Opinions

Forcing Unity Isn’t A Good Idea Somaliland wants to live in peace … again

Look At Who Is Talking – A Traitor!‎‎‎‎‎ ‎‎‎

Wife Through The Looking Glass

Letter To Editor‎‎‎


Minister Of Minerals And ‎Water Mysteriously Disappears‎

Hargeysa, Somaliland , March 18, 2006 – The Somaliland minister of Minerals and Water, Qassim Sheikh Yusuf has mysteriously disappeared.


Hargeysa, Somaliland, March 18, 2006– Somaliland president Dahir Rayale snubbed the newly appointed UNDP resident representative, Mr. Enric Laroche, when the two met on Tuesday.

Dilemma Of The Horn: The West ‎Pushes For Somaliland Recognition

WASHINGTON, D.C, March 18, 2006 – THERE IS GROWING EVIDENCE that the European Union (EU) and the US Government are preparing to sidestep the Egyptian Government and work directly with the African Union (AU) in bringing about the recognition of the Republic of Somaliland, possibly within 2006.


Professor Ali Mazrui’s Visit‎

On Tuesday 21 st March, Professor Ali Mazrui, the distinguished, historian, political thinker, Islamic scholar, and philosopher will arrive in Somaliland for an official visit. Prof. Ali Mazuri has written many books and articles on world history, Culture, Islam and Politics, Sociology literature etc. His books and articles have been translated into many languages.


Circumstances, Today In Somaliland!‎

Last week, I was asked by a friend to accompany him to Koodbuur police station to file a complaint against a man who had threatened him with a gun. The man was with 3 other men and a woman.


UAE Red Crescent Sends Foodstuff To Somaliland‎‎‎

Abu Dhabi, 13 March 2006--The UAE Red Crescent Society (RCS) recently sent three 20ft containers of foodstuff to the drought affected people of Somaliland, according to the Somaliland Red Crescent Representative in the UAE.

 

Local Headlines Somalia

Where To Baidoa?‎‎‎‎‎

Baidoa, March 18, 2006 – The Baidoa show continues teetering between the hilarious and the bloody. The high point this week was Mohammad Omar Habeeb’s (a.k.a Mohammad Dheere) banning of members of the so-called government of Somalia from setting foot in Jawhar and the Middle Shabelle Region. Mohammed Dheere said he no longer recognizes the “government” of Somalia,

UN Slams Violation Of Arms Embargo In Somalia‎‎

NEW YORK, March 16, 2006-- The United Nations Security Council on Wednesday condemned the increased influx of weapons into Somalia in violation of the 1992 UN embargo and voiced concern over the humanitarian situation in the drought-hit horn of Africa country.


Nairobi, March 15, 2006 – Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD), a peace brokering regional grouping of East African governments, on Monday regretted over failure by regional governments to deploy peacekeepers to Somalia a year after it was mandated to do so.


IGAD Member States‎ To Review Security Situation For Somalia‎

Nairobi, March 17, 06 - African ministers are due to meet in Kenya from today to review security situation in Somalia and the progress of the Sudan peace process, officials said here on Thursday.


 

 

 

 


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