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Tensions In Baidowa After Clashes Between ‎Local Militia And Majerteen Troops

‎Exclusive Interview- Sheikh Sherif ‎Welcomes Dialogue With Washington

Mogadishu’s Islamic Courts: A Pyrrhic Victory?‎

UNPO On Somalia: Restart From Somaliland‎‎

U.S. to Hold Strategy Session on Somalia

SOMALIA: Tragic Cargo - Part One‎‎‎‎ Islamists Victory In Somalia Poses ‎Questions For US

Somalia Goes Down The Afghan Road‎‎‎‎

Regional Affairs

Somali Islamist gunmen on move
From correspondents in Mogadishu

Curfew imposed on tense Baidoa‎‎

UN Security Council Concerned At Rising ‎Violence In Somalia‎

In Mogadishu, Prayers Amid Lull In Violence

The Union Of Islamic Courts In Mogadishu ‎Break The Silence (Press Release)‎‎‎‎‎

Somalia As Islamic State Worries Bush

Warlord Militias Advance On Mogadishu

Transitional Gov't In Talks With Islamic Leaders

Special Report

International News

CIA Blamed For Somalia Failure

'Painstaking' Operation Led To Al-Zarqawi

Groups Seeking Insight Into Somali Crisis ‎Consult Davidson College's Ken Menkhaus‎‎‎‎

Finland Could Reconsider Repatriations In ‎Light Of Situation In Somalia‎

Western Sahara & Morocco: Behind ‎The Moroccan Wall Of Shame

New Foundation Will Help Africans Set
Their Own Agenda For Long-Term Development‎‎



Collapse Of US-Supported Somali Warlords Poses ‎Strategic Challenges For Washington, And The Horn‎

Hargeysa Journal
The Signs Say Somaliland, But The World Says Somalia

Somalia: Guess Who's Running It Now‎

Islamists Claim Rout Of US-Tied ‎Forces In Somalia

‎Storm Warning: Somalia‎‎‎

Food for thought


Why The United States Should ‎Recognize Somaliland‎‎‎

Egal & ‘Greater Somalia’‎‎‎‎‎

On Somaliland's 15th Anniversary

Somaliland Times Owes ‎Samatar Brothers An Apology‎‎‎‎‎

For the Somaliland Haters‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎ ‎‎‎

Somaliland Sovereignty Under Attack ‎By Siyadist Remnants On TFG Payroll‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎ ‎‎‎

Taliban-style takeover power in Mogadishu. What is next?‎

Mr. President: Thanks, But No Thanks‎‎

Building Integrity To Fight Corruption:‎‎

Reporters Without Borders asks for help in compiling a list of all journalists killed around the world since 1944

Paris, France, June 8, 2006 – The town of Bayeux, in Normandy, has decided to build a memorial (with the help of Reporters Without Borders) to pay tribute to journalists killed while doing their job.

The memorial, entirely devoted to journalists and press freedom, will be the first of its kind in Europe. It will feature a landscaped walkway displaying white stones bearing the names of journalists killed anywhere in the world since 1944.

To build it, Reporters Without Borders seeks the help of all those around the world who value freedom of the press and opinion to draw up a list of journalists so killed.

If you know the name of one or more journalists murdered or who died since 1944 in the course of their work, please e-mail all the information you have about them (name, who they worked for and when and where they died) to us at memorial@rsf.org. After we have checked their details, their names will be inscribed on the stones at the memorial.

This appeal is addressed to all journalists, professional associations, trade unions and non-governmental organizations everywhere and is being sent out in a dozen languages. Reporters Without Borders hopes you can circulate it widely among your colleagues and friends.

The Journalists Memorial will be inaugurated in Bayeux on 7 October 2006.

Reporters sans frontières / Reporters Without Borders

5, rue Geoffroy-Marie

75009 Paris, France

Tel: (33) 1 44 83 84 84

Fax: (33) 1 45 23 11 51

Email: afrique@rsf.org / africa@rsf.org

Web: www.rsf.org

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