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Somalian situation deteriorating
Issue 303
Front Page
Index
Headlines

“No One Can Harm Our Free Press, Its Independence Is Guaranteed In The Constitution”

Somaliland Forum Condemns Government’s Take-over of Independent Human Rights Network (SHURONET)

Puntland Govt Has 30 Days To Recapture Las Anod, Says Parliament

Somaliland Watches The Kenyan Election

UN Peacekeepers For Somalia Not Viable - Ban

On Somalia's Latest Drama - Gedi's Political Demise

Somaliland: UK Ignores Potential Commonwealth Member

Somalian situation deteriorating

Foreign Minister Seyoum wide-ranging interview with ETV and Ethiopian Radio

A Peaceless Peace Deal In Somalia?

Somalia: "Humpty Dumpty Has Fallen Off the Wall"

ADRA United Kingdom launches "green" energy project in Somalia

Regional Affairs

Somaliland Frees Detained Protesters In Las Anod

Appeal To The International Community To Support Somaliland’s Human Rights Defenders

Editorial
Special Report

International News

Castro hails Chavez's view on Europe

Tester, two Somalians admit giving commercial drivers licenses to foreigners

Life for a callous killer of a hard-working man

FEATURES & COMMENTARY

‘Under The Circumstances, Somaliland Has Done Surprisingly Well And Deserves A Lot Of Credit’

US Navy in Kenya goodwill mission

Hope running out for Kosovo independence

Journalists From Somalia Will Be Honored In Sweden During The 2007 Journalists Stockholm Memorial

Man Sets Sights On Somali Premiership

Food for thought

Opinions

Somaliland: Rights Of The People With Disabilities

Patriotism Overpowers Tribalism In Sool And Eastern Sanaag

Creating Marketing Orientation For Our Society

An Uprising Call from Mandera Prison

A Nation Is At Risk!!

I Hate Bureaucracy, Bogus Leaders, Biased Clanists And Penny Lovers!

A Land That Does Not Want Democracy

Constitutionalism First For Shuro-Net Members


Somalia President, Abdullahi Yusuf is holding talks with a UN envoy in Nairobi due to worsening humanitarian conditions in Mogadishu

Somalia President, Abdullahi Yusuf.

Nairobi, 10 November 2007 - Somali President Abdullahi Yusuf arrived in the Kenyan capital yesterday for the talks with the Secretary-General's Special Representative Ahmedou Ould-Abdallah, and other UN officials, UN spokesperson Farhan Haq told reporters on Friday.

The Nairobi meetings are taking place as the killings, violence and displacement continue across Mogadishu amid fighting between the insurgents and Ethiopian troops, which are in Somalia to support the country's Transitional Federal Government (TFG).

Mr. Haq said some 50 civilians were killed and another 30 wounded during the past 24 hours in the capital, and as many as 114,000 residents of Mogadishu have been forced to flee their homes in recent weeks. In total, an estimated 850,000 Somali civilians have been displaced this year by the intermittent but deadly violence across the Horn of Africa country.

Source: Press TV


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