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Journalists To Be Honored For Aids Coverage

ISSUE 235
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Index

This Week's Somaliland News

This Week's News coverage for Somaliland and Somalia

Headlines

Ethiopian Troops Moving Closer To Mogadishu‎‎

Is The Baidoa Show About To End?

US Cautions Ethiopia On Somalia‎‎

Ethiopian Foreign Policy: An Out-Dated, Misguided, Narrow, And Counterproductive Policy‎‎‎ ‎‎‎

‎Open Memorandum To The Au & Member States – Somaliland Forum Press Release

Somaliland - UN Encouraging Spread Of Violence In Somalia

Progressio Asks UK MPs To Support Somalilander’s Steps To Democracy

Somalia-Djibouti Troop Deployment Premature - Djibouti Govt‎‎‎‎‎

Regional Affairs

Somali Chief Calls For 'Holy War' Against Ethiopian Troops‎‎‎‎‎

Ethiopia: Pastoralists Say Ethiopia's Animal Resources Could Speed Up Economic Growth‎‎

Islamic Militants Navigate Clan Politics‎‎

Somali Islamists Open Court In Govt-Controlled Area

WRITTEN ANSWERS

AU May Yet Become Another Talking Shop

Somali President In Talks U-Turn

Editorial
Special Report

International News

International Group Urges Somali Government To Talk To Islamic Militants‎‎

U.S. Told To Back Somalia's Moderate Islamists

Dangerous Fiction in Somalia: A Tale of Two Cities, Part II‎‎‎‎‎

We Speak With One Voice, Except Eritrea - Frazer‎‎‎‎‎

Amnesty International Launches Global Campaign Against Internet Repression‎‎

FEATURES & COMMENTARY

Roda Mizan - Returning to a different homeland

Role Of Legislature In Budget Process

Horn Of Africa And US Diplomatic Mess

Examining Israel's `Right To Defend Itself

Somalia: The Powerful Islamist Leaders Warned G8 Leaders

Food for thought

Opinions

Book Review On Part 3: ‎
The Bedrock Of The ‎
Family By Mohammed Bashe H. Hassan

The African Union Met Again But The Hot Spots Still Remain Hot‎‎‎‎‎‎

Tough Times For Transitional Federal Government Of Somalia And United Islamic Courts‎‎‎‎‎

In Today's World, Is It Possible To Unify All Somalis Under One Flag?‎‎‎‎‎

Difficult Obstacles Of Somaliland Education‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎

Another Afghanistan Could Be Averted‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎

Letter To The Editor‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎


Nairobi, Kenya, July 18, 2006 – An award that recognizes journalists who excel in reporting or producing programmes on Aids was launched yesterday.  

The Unesco-sponsored HIV/Aids Red Ribbon Media Award for Excellence in Journalism in Eastern and Southern Africa targets individuals who give an exceptional contribution to society by raising awareness and giving hope to patients.

Mr. Alonzo Aznar, the Unesco Communication Advisor for Eastern Africa, said the aim was to motivate journalists to increase their frequency of Aids coverage.

It is open to electronic, print and on-line journalists from the three East African states and Eritrea, Somalia, Ethiopia, Djibouti, Comoros, Madagascar, Seychelles, Rwanda and Burundi.

The top prize for each category is $1500, plus a certificate of achievement, while the first and second runners up will receive $ 750 and $500. More information is available on http.aids-africa.unon.org.

Source: Daily Nation


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