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Issue 645 -- 21st - 27th June, 2014

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Somaliland News

News Headlines

UCID Presidential Candidate Urges Parliament To Look Into Agreements With Oil And Minerals Companies

SSJW Press Release: Freedom Of Speech Under Attack In Somaliland

Local and Regional Affairs

EUCAP Nestor Strengthens Foothold In Somaliland

Exclusive Interview With Abderrazaq Noor, The Man Behind Somali Kitchen

Statement On The Situation In Eastern Somaliland

UN Says Oil Search In Northern Somalia Risks Stoking Tension

UK Khat Ban Likely To Create Innovative Black Market For Drug

FBI Investigates City’s Somali Community

Africa Comes To Parliament With Debate In The Commons

Editorial

Sillanyo Unmasked

Features & Commentary

How Africa Can Beat Terrorism

Port Challenges In East Africa Afford A Golden Opportunity For Berbera

Somaliland’s First Wind Farm

International News

Opinion

Somaliland: It’s About The Elections, Stupid!

Is Britain Turning Its Back On The World’s Refugees?

Defense Forces Chief Operations Commander Calls On President Sillanyo To Reshuffle Cabinet

Somaliland Defense Forces Chief Operations Commander Brigadier General Abdilahi Jama Allas has urged President Ahmed Mohamed Mohamud Sillanyo to restructure his government in order to gain the hearts & minds of public support and which will also pave the way for winning the upcoming elections in 2015.
He added that President Ahmed Sillanyo is true leader but there are members in his government that have shortsighted political views and with vested interests.
He accused of certain government ministers abused power that they were bestowed upon.
He revealed that government ministers instead of holding hands to unite for discharging their duties are divided on minor issues.
He called on the public at home and abroad to stand by President Ahmed Sillanyo’s government.
Source: Somaliland Informer


 

































































 









 


 



 



 

 


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