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ISSUE 226
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The 54th State?‎

Somaliland Celebrates 15th Anniversary of ‎Independence‎   

Thirsty Hyenas Kill 11 People At Ainabo

Nairobi embassy 'unaware' of ex-CIA chief's visit to ‎Somalia‎

Editorial: A Salute To Somaliland, Africa's First ‎Homegrown Democracy‎‎

Foreign Islamist Fighters Are Reported In Somalia‎

Transitional Government Hails Visit By UK Minister

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The 15th Anniversary Of The Rebirth Of Somaliland

African Countries Seek Partially Lifting ‎Arms Embargo On Somalia‎

Somali MPs Face Sacking Over US‎

Fisherman Catches Fish With Islamic Inscription

Somalia: Give democracy a chance, says Aden

Somalia Parliament Rejoins Global Forum

Deadly Blasts In Ethiopia Capital‎‎‎

Traders In Somalia Set Up Force To ‎Guard UAE Ships

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US Says Will Work With Somali Anti-Terror Groups‎‎

Man Charged In Fatal Drive-By In Aylmer

MP In Immigration Row To Leave Netherlands‎‎‎

MISSING‎

‎Scandinavian Countries Best For Mothers, ‎Rankings Suggest‎‎

Sailor Was Beaten To Death On Captain’s Orders’‎‎‎

White House Dodges Somalia Questions

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COUNTING THE COST OF ELECTIONS‎

Interview With Head Of Somalia's Islamic Courts ‎Organization Sheikh Sharif Ahmad

U.S. Secretly Backing Warlords In Somalia

My Islamic Collection

‎'I Don't Know If I Will See My Children Again'‎‎‎

Food for thought

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Somaliland Budget 2006‎‎

Thousand questions
for Prof. Ahmed ‎Samater‎‎‎‎

On The Road To Recognition‎‎

A Fall From Grace: Ayan Hersi‎‎‎‎‎

President Rayaale Does Not Belief In Our Constitution, If ‎So, He No Longer Has Mandate To Lead The Nation‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎ ‎‎‎

Somaliland & Somalia: The ‎Gathering Storm

Somaliland: Where Peace And Democracy Make No Headlines‎‎

Building Integrity To Fight Corruption:‎‎


Ainabo, Somaliland, May 20, 2006 – 11 people were killed while 42 got injured by hyenas roaming the district of Einabo in Somaliland.

According to local villagers the hyenas started leaving their traditional habitat areas due to lack of water.

“As all water points dried up due to the drought these scavengers came closer to rural centers attacking human beings,” said Mohamed Ahmed of Einabo, about 300km to the east of the Somaliland capital Hargeysa.

Most of the human victims were reported to be women and children and the attacks took place in the last 9 months.

Source: Somaliland Times


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