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Elders protest killing of clansmen by Puntland police

Issue 301
Front Page
Index
Headlines

Government Led “Coup D'état” against Shuro Net

President Rayale Holds Talks With Visiting French Embassy Officials

Planning & Coordination Minister Refutes UNDP Deportation

Somaliland cabinet meets to discuss the needs of Sool

Somaliland Attempting To Silence Human Rights Network

Somali Government Harassing Media

Zenawi Says Favorable To Keep Ethiopian Troops In Somalia

Opposition Political Party Formed In Somalia Parliament

France Looking For Way Out Of ‘Walled Meadow’ In Africa

Radio shut in Somalia amid escalating attacks on media

Two soldiers killed as gov't official survives assassination in Somalia

Regional Affairs

UN Hopes to Resume Food Aid in Somalia

Somalia: Situation Report - 26 Oct 2007

Editorial
Special Report

International News

Joaquim Chissano Wins The Largest Prize In The World

Biggest Discrimination In The World: Attacks On Somali Community In Bristol

Two Somalian Immigrants Honored For Service To Local Refugees

FEATURES & COMMENTARY

Abdirahman Aw Ali Farah - Coast to Coast Candidate

Letter From Djibouti

US Horn of Africa Policy at odds with the Declaration of Independence

The Somali Land Birthed?

Work starts on Axum obelisk

Food for thought

Opinions

Premier Gedi of Somalia cracks under political pressure

Somaliland Government: Hands-Off Human Rights Defenders

Somaliland vs. Puntland: More Terror Accusations, More Crying Wolf

Somaliland Doesn’t Need Advice From Mr. Gedi

Without A Doubt KULMIYE Party Is The Only Hope For Our Country And Its People

Somaliland: Wrong policy on the Ogaden

Rayale’s Hostages In Mandera

Proper Hiring And Justified Firing Of Employees


London, UK, 20 October 2007 (SL Times) – Prominent Somali poets Mohamed Ibrahim Warsame (Hadrawi), Mohamed Hashi Gaariye and Hassan Abdillahi Ganey arrived in London yesterday (Friday) for participation in The Somali Week Festival which will be launched this afternoon in Oxford House in Benthal Green.

The three poets as well as a dozen of Somali artists will present programmes featuring Somali culture.

Apart from poetry, traditional music and theatrical plays, the festival will cover other various issues.

A special session will be held on Friday to deal with the human rights situation in the Horn. There will be panel discussions on the media in Somaliland and Somalia. The main speakers of this event will be Dr Martin Hill of Amnesty International and Yusuf Gabobe, editor of the Somaliland Times.

Source: Somaliland Times


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