SOOMAALIDA DALKA WAA LALA HOGGAAMIN DOONA THE NEW SOMALIA ROADMAP
DOOD FURAN: Aqoonsiga Khaatumo State??
“RESPECT ISLAMIC VALUES”
NIDAAMKA FEDERAALKU XAL UMA AHAN DHIBAATADA SOOMAALIDA
AFARTANGUURADII HIRGELINTA FAR SOOMAALIDA (1972 -2012)
R/wasaare Gaas Oo Dalbaday $10-Billion
Puntland :Shalay weey Orad xumeed maanta weey aragti xuntahay
Chatham House: British Government Consultation on Somalia
JUSTICE IN SOMALIA
HE WAS MURDERED ON 9 JULY 1989 IN MOGADISHU, SOMALIA.
Qaramada Midoobay go’aamisay in Hargeysa iyo Garowe laga Maamulo Muqdisho
5 kamid ah Madaxda Sare ee DFKMG ay saxiixeen Badda Soomaaliya…
London Conference on Somalia: Building Momentum
Shirka London oo ey isku hirdinayaan Dowladda Talyaaniga iyo Ingiriiska
PROF: CABDI ISMAACIIL SAMATAR (QUDBAD TAARIIKHI AH
DEMYSTIFYING BAADIYOW, A RESPONSE BY ABDULLAZIZ HAGI M. HUSSEIN
FAALO: Others (NUS 0.5) mar waliba “xaq ma ahan ee waa xal” maku imaan karaa xalka Soomaaliya
QABIIL QARAN MA DHISO
S.Y.L 15 MAY 1943
THE UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS
World Report 2012: Somalia
Ethiopia: Future of last remaining human rights monitoring NGO in the balance
World Report 2012: Ethiopia
World Report 2012: Eritrea
World Report 2012
- 13 shuruudo oo lagu xiray la heshiinta Qadar June 23, 2017Afar dal oo Carbeed ayaa dawladda Qadar ka dalbaday liis ay ku qoran yihiin 13 dalab oo ay waajibtahay in ay fuliyaan haddii ay rabto in laga qaado xayiraadda ay saareen, sida ay wakaaladuhu ku warramayaan.
- Messi oo bixin doona ganaax badalkii uu xabsi geli lahaa June 23, 2017Dacwad oogayaasha ayaa la sheegay inay ku taliyeen in xiddigan u dheela Barcelona uu bixiyo 255,000 Euro badalkii uu xabsi geli lahaa.
- Nin iska ooyay markuu dhagaystay garaaca wadnaha gabadhiisa oo dhimatay June 23, 2017Bill Conner ayaa iska ooyay markii uu dhagaystay garaaca wadnaha gabadhiisa oo dhimatay oo ku dhex jira nin ay noloshiisa badbaadisay.
- Maraykanka oo joojiyay dhammaan hilibkii Brazil uga iman jiray June 23, 2017Dawladda Maraykanka ayaa joojisay hilibkii looga soo dhoofin jiray dalka Brazil ka dib markii ay soo noqnoqotay walaaca laga qabo badqabka hilibkaas loogu talogalay suuqyada Maraykanka.
- Gabdhaha Tanzania oo loogu baaqay in ay kala doortaan iskuulka iyo hooyonimo June 23, 2017Madaxweynaha dalka Tanzania, John Magufuli ayaa sheegay in gabdhaha ciyaal iskuulka ah ee uurka yeesha aan loo ogolaan doonin in ay ku soo laabtaan waxbarashada marka ay ilmo dhalaan, arrintaasna ay jiri doonta inta uu madaxweynaha yahay.
- Muran siyaasadeed oo ka taagan Koonfur Afrika June 23, 2017Maxkamada dastuurka ee dalka Koonfur Africa ayaa go’aaamisay in gudoomiyaha baarlamaanka ay awood u leedahay in ay go'aan ka gaarto in mooshinka kalsooni kala-noqoshada madaxwayne Jacob Zuma codaynta loo dhiibanayo si qarsoodi ah iyo in kale.
- Midowga Yurub oo ku shiraya Brussels June 22, 2017Hogaamiyayaasha Midowga Yurub oo ku shiraya Brussels waxay sheegeen in ay go'aan ku gaareen in ay yeeshaan iskaashi intii hore ka dhow oo difaaca ah.
- Trump oo sheegay inuusan cod ka duubin madixii hore ee FBI-da June 22, 2017Madaxweyne Donald Trump ayaa beeniyey inuu duubay wadahadalladii dhexmaray isaga iyo agaasimihii hore ee FBI-da ee uu shaqada ka eryey, inkastoo uu mar sii horreysay bidhaamiyay inuu cod ka hayo James Comey
- Dowladda UK oo baaritaanno ku sameysay daaraha dhaadheer ee dabka u nugul June 22, 2017Dawladda Britain ayaa ka digtay in ilaa 600 oo ka mid ah saraha dhaadheer ee la deggan yahay ee England ku yaala lagu dhisay qalab iyo alaab la mid ah daartii gubatay ee Grenfell ee London oo ay ku dhinteen ama wali la'yahay dad gaaraya 80 qof.
- Australia oo soo celisay weerarradii ka dhanka ahaa "Dawladda Islaamka" June 22, 2017Dawladda Australia ayaa sheegtay in ay soo celinayso weerarradii dhanka cirka ahaa ee ay milaratigeedu ka fulin jiray gudaha Suuriya.
- Trump: darbiga Maksiko korontaan ka dhalin doonaa June 22, 2017Madaxweynaha Maraykanka, Donald Trump, ayaa u sheegay taageerayaashiisa in gidaarka uu qorsheeyey in laga dhiso xadka Maksiko (Mexico) laga yaabo in lagu xiro qalab korontada ka dhaliya tamarta qorraxda.
- Madaxweyne ku xigeenka Angola oo dacwad musuq ku wajihidoona Boortaqiiska June 22, 2017Maxkamad ku taalla dalka Boortaqiiska ayaa go'aamisay in uu maxkamadda hor yimaaddo madaxweyne ku xigeenka Angola Manuel Vicente isaga oo loo haysto eedaymo laaluush.
- Amiir Harry oo sheegay in uusan jirin qof raba in uu boqortooyada la wareego June 22, 2017Amiir Harry ayaa jariidadda US magazine u sheegay in uusan jirin qof ka mid ah qoyska boqortooyada UK oo raba in uu la wareego talada, isaga oo intaas ku daray in ay hawsha la wareegi doonaan marka xiligeeda la gaaro".
- Milatariga Ciraaq ayaa sheegay in IS ay gubtay masaajidkii ugu waynaa Mosul June 21, 2017Meletriga Dalka Ciraaq ayaa sheegaya in kooxda isku magacawda Dawladda Islaamku ay gubtay masaajid wayn oo ku yaalla magaaladda Mosul.
- Maraykanka: Ruushka ayaa 'u dhacay' hannaankii doorashada ee 21 gobol June 22, 2017Budhcadda Internetka ee Ruushka ayaa bartilmaameedsaday hannaankii doorashada ee 21 gobol oo Maraykanka ku yaalla intii lagu guda jiray doorashadii sannadkii hore, sida ay masuuliyiin Maraykan ah sheegeen.
- Labada amiir ee isbadalay ee Sacuudiga oo kulmay June 22, 2017Dhaxal sugaha cusub ee la magacaabay ee dalka Sacuudi Carabiya, Mohammed Bin Salman ayaa la kulmay ninka uu sida lama filaanka ah u badalay ahna ina-adeerkii Mohammed bin Nayef.
- Afrikada Dhexe waxaa lagu dillay ku dhowaad boqol qof June 22, 2017Sarakiisha maxaliga ee dalka Jamhuuriyada Afrikada Dhexe ayaa sheegaya in ku dhowaad boqol qof lagu dilay dagaalo diimed ka qarxay magaalad Bria oo ku taalla bariga dalka Afrikada Dhexe
- Boqorka Sacuudiga oo wiilkiisa ka dhigay dhaxal suge June 21, 2017Boqorka sacuudiga, Salmaan Bin Cabdul Casiis, ayaa wax ka beddelay qaabka dhaxalka boqortooyada, isagoo wiilkiisa, Maxamed Bin Salmaan, ka dhigay ninka dhaxli doona boqornimada. Isbeddellada ayaa lagu shaaciyey dikereetooyin boqortooyo oo is xig-xigay.
- Sacuudiga oo tarxiilay geela Qadar June 21, 2017Sacuudi Carabiya ayaa amartay in dalkeeda laga saaro dhammaan geela iyo idaha laga leeyahay dalka Qadar, iyadoo uu sii xoogaysanayo muranka u dhaxeeya Qadar iyo dalalka Khaliijka.
- Macallimiinta gobol Maraykanka ku yaalla oo la hubaynayo June 21, 2017Macallimiinta gobolka Colorado ee dalka Maraykanka ayaa loo tababaray in ay hubka ku dhex qaataan fasallada dhexdooda si ay ugu difaacaan ardayda.
- 13 shuruudo oo lagu xiray la heshiinta Qadar June 23, 2017
- Somalia and the G8: Push to start April 10, 2013This week, as part the UK’s Presidency of the G8, Foreign Ministers will meet to discuss the need to encourage the International Financial Institutions (IFIs) to re-engage in Somalia. The G8 countries are some of the largest shareholders in both the World Bank and the IMF. As a result, the UK is using its Presidency […]Matt Baugh
- Opportunity, partnership and commitment. March 18, 2013Last Thursday, the Federal Government of Somalia, together with the UK, hosted the latest meeting with a number of key international partners in Mogadishu. The location was significant. This was the first time such a meeting had been held in Mogadishu since the Federal Government came to power last year. It was a real demonstration […]Matt Baugh
- Giving voice to Somalia’s silent majority March 14, 2013International Women’s Day is a global opportunity to celebrate and promote the rights of women. It is a chance for all of us, men and women, to unite under a single, common aim – gender equality. This is particularly pertinent in Somalia. Everyone in Somalia has suffered from decades of often unrelenting conflict. But Somalia’s […]Matt Baugh
- From the Olympic village to Somalia – FCO women’s stories March 6, 2013In the lead up to International Women’s Day on Friday, we are featuring the stories of women who work for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office as guest posts across the FCO bloggers’ network. Jane Stevens and Tracey McLelland are a successful job sharing duo who are part of the communications team working on the upcoming […]Matt Baugh
- Somalia: A New Year’s Resolution – Together into 2013 January 9, 2013A year ago, few predicted that Somalia would see such significant changes; yet 2012 saw some real progress in Somalia – including the end of the Transition; a new Parliament (with a significant number of new MPs); the election of a new, reform-minded Speaker and President and a desire for a different type of politics. […]Matt Baugh
- Somalia: Breaking The Silence On Sexual Violence November 27, 2012Earlier this year, the British Foreign Secretary William Hague MP, announced a new initiative to prevent sexual violence against women. It aims to strengthen international efforts and coordination to prevent and respond to sexual violence, to erode the existing culture of impunity, to increase the number of perpetrators brought to justice and to support stat […]Matt Baugh
- Politics, partnership and patience. November 20, 2012So the final piece of the post-Transition jigsaw has finally fallen into place. Prime Minister Abdi Farah Shirdon’s 10-person Council of Minister is now approved – overwhelmingly – by Parliament and with it, the final act of a two-month process to find Somalia’s new leaders. Put before Parliament last week, their near-unanimous approval of the […] […]Matt Baugh
- Somalia: stepping into the future September 11, 2012Yesterday, Somalia marked a major milestone in its recent history. After two decades of civil war, and a year after the Roadmap was agreed, the Transitional Period finally concluded with the election by MPs of new President Hassan Sheikh Mohamoud. This was the first such election inside Somalia for many years and came just weeks after […]Matt Baugh
- Somalia: Taking Stock of the Transition August 22, 2012On Monday, Somalia marked a significant milestone in its history. Twenty years after the country fell into conflict, a new Federal Parliament was inaugurated – paving the way to end the Transition in the next few days, and opening the first legislature to be formed inside Somalia since 1991. This is a huge achievement, both for the […]Matt Baugh
- Celebrating Somali Olympic heroes August 2, 2012The following is a guest blog by Fionna Gibb, Deputy Head of Mission at the British Office for Somalia. As Ambassador Matt Baugh is on leave, last Friday I had the pleasure of hosting the British Office for Somalia’s reception in Mogadishu to celebrate the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics. As the sun set […]Matt Baugh
- Somalia and the G8: Push to start April 10, 2013
Calanside Chief Qaali
“NON PAPER” TO END THE SOMALI TRANSITION
Farole: TFG Uma Madaxbanaana
IN RESPONSE TO THE “LETTER TO THE DIASPORA” BY THE PRIME MINISTER
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- Moment Green MediaWar deg deg ah: PUNTLAND OO si cad uga soo horjeesatey Doorashadii KHAATUMO ay ku doorteen Cali KHAL
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- CalankaSomaliaSomali government appoints new administration for Hiiraan region Sunday, March 11, 2012 Somalia’s pr
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- Howlgalka Mareykanka ee Somalia oo u Guuraya Muqdisho June 23, 2017Safiirka Mareykanka ee Soomaaliya Stephen Schwartz ayaa sheegay in Mareykanka uu mar kale howl-gal diblomaasiyeed oo rasmi ah ku yeelan doono Soomaaliya, marka ay Muqdisho ka furtaan xafiisyo dhammaadka sanadkan.
- Milkiilaha Facebook oo la Kulmay Soomaalida Minneapolis June 23, 2017Milkiilaha Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg ayaa xalay casho afur ah magaalada Minneapolis ee gobolka Minnesota kula yeeshay qaar ka mid ah Soomaalida halkaas ku nool, sida uu ku sheegay farriin uu soo dhigay bartiisa Facebook.
- Al-Shabaab oo Weerartay Banki ku Yaalla Kenya June 23, 2017Maleeshiyo loo malaynayo inay ka tirsan yihiin al-Shabaab ayaa weerar ay ku qaadeen banki ku yaalla magaalada Mandera ee Waqooyi-Bari Kenya, waxay ku dileen saddex qof oo laba ay rayid yihiin halka qofka kalena uu ahaa mid ka mid ah ciidamada amniga.
- Faaqidaadda: Ammaanka Magaalada Muqdisho June 23, 2017Ciidamada dowladda Soomaaliya oo magaalada Muqdisho ka wada howlgal xasilin iyo hubka dhigis ah, ayaa dhinaca kale ku guuleysan la’ inay joojiyaan weerarrada qaraxyada ka dhacaya magaalada Muqdisho ee ururka al-Shabaab uu geysanayo. 10-kii cisho ee la soo dhaafay, saddex qarax oo magaalada ka dhacay waxaa ku dhintay ku dhawaad 50 qof oo rayid u badan. Tan iy […]
- Xulufada Sacuudiga oo Dalabyo Adag u Gudbiyey Qatar June 23, 2017Saudi Arabia iyo dalalka kale ee gacanka ee Qatar xiriirka ugu jaray tuhunada ku saabsan inay taageerto argagixisada, ayaa soo bandhigay liis ay ku qoran yihiin dalabyo ay doonayaan in la fuliyo.
- Qarax ka Dhacay Pakistan oo lagu Dilay 9 qof June 23, 2017Qarax baabuur oo aad u xooggan oo ka dhacay magaalada Quetta ee dalka Pakistan ayaa dilay ugu yaraan sagala qof, islamarkaana dhaawacay 20 qof oo kale.
- 9 Qof oo ku Dhimatay Qarax ka Dhacay Muqdisho June 22, 2017Ugu yaraan sagaal qof ayaa ku geeriyootay,19 kalena waa ay ku dhaawacmeen qarax maanta ka dhacay Saldhigga booliska degmada Waaberi ee magaalada Muqdisho ee caasimadda Soomaaliya.
- 29 Qof oo ku Dhimatay Qarax ka Dhacay Afghanistan June 22, 2017Qarax baabuur oo aad u weyn oo ka dhacay gobolka ku yaalla koonfurta dalka Afghanistan ee Helmand, ayaa dilay ugu yaraan 29 qof, islamarkaana dhaawacay in ka badan 60 kale.
- Daacish oo Burburisay Masjidkii Caanka ahaa ee Mosul June 22, 2017Masjidkii caanka ahaa ee al-Nuri iyo minaaraddiisii dhinaca u janjeertay ee al-Hadba ee magaalada Mosul, ayaan hadda kadib jiri doonin, kadib markii ay burburisay kooxda Daacish.
- Maxkamad Diiday Heshiiska Badda ee Masar iyo Sacuudiga June 22, 2017Maxkamadda Sare ee Dastuurka ee dalka Masar ayaa joojisay laba xukun oo iska soo horjeeday oo horay looga soo saaray heshiiska xadeynta badda ee Dowladaha Sacuudiga iyo Masar, ilaa laga hubinayo sida ay heshiisyadaasi u waafaqsanyihiin dastuurka dalka Masar.
- Diyaarado Duqeyn ka Geystay Somaliland June 21, 2017Diyaarado aan la aqoonsan dalka laga leeyahay oo kuwa dagaalka ah ayaa rasaas ku riday deegaanno ka tirsan Somaliland.
- Muqdisho: Dad Dhaawac ah oo loo Qaaday Sacuudiga June 21, 201714 ka mid ah oo u badan dadkii ku dhaawacmay qaraxyadii ugu dambeeyay ee Muqdisho ka dhacay ayaa maanta loo qaaday dalka boqortooyada Sacuudiga.
- QM: Macluushii Soomaaliya waa laga Baaqsaday June 21, 2017Sarkaal sare oo ka tirsan Qaramada Midoobay ayaa sheegay in macluushii laga baqayay inay ka dhacdo Soomaaliya in laga baaqsaday.
- Boqor Salman oo Wiilkiisa ka Dhigay Dhaxal-suge June 21, 2017Boqorka Sacuudiga, Salman ayaa wiilkiisa 31 jirka ah ee Mohammed bin Salman u dallacsiiyey dhaxal-sugaha boqortooyada, isaga oo ka dhigay ninka ugu horreeya liiska qofka xiga ee noqonaya boqorka.
- Galmudug iyo Puntland oo Heshiisyo Kala Saxiixday June 21, 2017Kulamo looga xaajoonayo xaalka gobalka Mudug oo u dhaxeeyey mas’uuliyiin ka kala tirsan Puntland iyo Galmudug, ayaa laga soo saaray qodobo horudhac u ah xasilinta Gaalkacyo iyo deegaano ka mid ah miyiga Mudug oo mudooyinkaan ay ka dhacayeen dilal iyo kala dhac xoolo. Inkastoo wadahadalka labada dhinac aysan jirin cid garwadeen ka ahayd, haddana waxaa wada xa […]
- Baydhaba: Eedeysanayaal Xukun Lagu Riday June 21, 2017Maxkamada Darajadda Kowaad ee Ciidamada Somalia ayaa maanta xukunno ku riday saddex eedeysane oo loo heystay inay ka tirsan yihiin kooxda Al-Shabaab, islamarkaana ay dileen wadaad caan ka ahaa Magaalada Baydhabo xili uu ku tukanaayey Salaad Taraawiixda masjid ku yaala Magaalada Baydhabo ee Xarunta Gobolka Bay. Wariyeheenna Mukhtaat Maxamed Catoosh ayaa warbi […]
- Barnaamijka Dhaqanka iyo Hiddaha, Qeybta 376 June 21, 2017Barnaamijka Dhaqanka iyo Hiddaha ee toddobaadkani waxaa si aad uga barateenba soo jeedinaya Axmed Faarax Cali Idaajaa, waana qeybtii 376-aad. Barnaamijka oo dhan hoosta ka dhageyso.
- Soomaalida Dagan Qahira oo Isu-diyaarisay Ciidda June 21, 2017Soomaalida dagan magaalada Qahira iyo Muslimiinta kale ee ku nool Masar, ayaa ku jira maalmihi ugu danbeeyey ee diyaar-garoowga Ciidul-Fitriga.
- Xal Laga Dhex Raadinayo Jabuuti iyo Eritrea June 20, 2017QM iyo ururka Midowga Africa ayaa isku dayaya inay dajiyaan xiisadda iyo muranka dhinaca xadka ah ee u dhaxeeya dalalka Djibouti iyo Eritrea.
- Qarax Dad Badan ku Dhinteen oo ka dhacay Muqdisho June 20, 2017Ugu yaraan 10 qof ayaa ku dhimatay in ka badan 18 kalena way ku dhaawacmeen kadib markii baabuur laga soo buuxiyey waxyaabaha qarxa oo uu waday qof ismiidaamiye ah lagu dhuftay xarunta degmada Wadajir.
- Howlgalka Mareykanka ee Somalia oo u Guuraya Muqdisho June 23, 2017
- DC Roundup: 'Very Bothersome' Relationship, VA Workers, Analysis of Russia Threat June 24, 2017Developments in Washington, D.C., on Friday include President Donald Trump who said he thinks the relationship between the special counsel and fired FBI director is 'very bothersome,' and signs a bill making it easier to fire underperforming VA workers accused of wrongdoing. Trump: Friendship Between Leader of Russia Probe, Fired FBI Director […]email@example.com (VOA News)
- At Women-only Salon in Brooklyn, Muslim-Americans Prepare for Eid June 24, 2017Nevien Shehadeh, 19, was one of many Muslim women who chose Le'Jemalik Salon and Boutique in New York's borough of Brooklyn on Friday to prepare for the Eid al-Fitr holiday. The beauty salon, designed by owner Huda Quhshi to cater mostly to Muslim women, opened in January in the Bay Ridge neighborhood of Brooklyn. "I actually only started wear […]firstname.lastname@example.org (Reuters)
- Ford's China Move Casts New Cloud on Mexican Automaking June 24, 2017A second U-turn this year by Ford Motor Co. in Mexico has raised the specter of Chinese competition for local carmaking, adding to pressure on the industry after repeated threats by U.S. President Donald Trump to saddle it with punitive tariffs. Ford announced on Tuesday it would move some production of its Focus small car to China instead of Mexico, a step […]email@example.com (Reuters)
- Steve Earle Enlists Miranda, Willie to Revisit Outlaw Music June 24, 2017Alt-country rocker Steve Earle and country star Miranda Lambert shared writing credit on one of Lambert's biggest hits from her debut album in 2005, but the two never actually got into a writers' room until more than a decade later. Lambert wrote the song "Kerosene,'' the album title track, which led to her first Grammy nomination. […]firstname.lastname@example.org (Associated Press)
- Gucci Purses and Watermelons: Dreaming of Better Future for Kenya's Hungry North June 24, 2017Kenya can escape the “Groundhog Day” of recurrent hunger crises by investing in irrigated farming and leather tanneries in its arid lands, experts said on Friday, as poor spring rains have failed to relieve biting drought. With 2.6 million people across Kenya short of food due to consecutive failed rains, aid agencies have been slaughtering herders' wea […]email@example.com (Reuters)
- US Narrows Focus of Grants to Fight Extremism at Home June 24, 2017The U.S. Department of Homeland Security on Friday announced changes to a $10 million government grant program, narrowing its focus around efforts to combat Islamist extremism. In an update to awards announced in January by former President Barack Obama’s administration, the department released a new list of grant recipients and amounts, shifting money to la […]firstname.lastname@example.org (Reuters)
- Albania Heads to Polls, Vows End to Confrontational Politics June 24, 2017Albania holds parliamentary elections Sunday after the country's two largest political parties set aside decades of bitter rivalry and reached a landmark agreement aimed at furthering efforts to eventually join the European Union. The country of 2.9 million people, slightly smaller than Belgium, joined NATO in 2009 and earned EU candidate status in 2014 […]email@example.com (Associated Press)
- Belgium Fines UAE Princesses for Mistreating Servants June 24, 2017A court in Belgium has convicted eight princesses from the United Arab Emirates of mistreating their servants during a stay at a luxury Brussels hotel. The women, members of Abu Dhabi's ruling al-Nahyan family, each received suspended 15-month sentences for human trafficking and degrading treatment. Princess Sheikha Hamda Al-Nahyan and her seven daughte […]firstname.lastname@example.org (VOA News)
- One of China's Richest Women Hopes to Keep Driving Culture of Philanthropy June 24, 2017After starting work in a hotel kitchen, Zhai Meiqin began selling furniture and built a billion-dollar conglomerate, but she took great pride in being recognized this week for driving a new phenomenon in China: philanthropy. Zhai, one of China's richest women and president of the privately owned HeungKong Group Ltd., said she never forgot her humble upb […]email@example.com (Reuters)
- Women on the Frontlines of Cambodia Land Fight June 24, 2017Cambodian activists fighting plans to transform Phnom Penh’s largest lake into a luxury development made a tactical decision when they took to the streets: put women on the frontline to show a “gentle” face and prevent violence. But it was wishful thinking. The women of Boeung Kak Lake, once home to a thriving community, have been kicked, manhandled, threate […]firstname.lastname@example.org (Reuters)
- Anguish as Trapped Workers Call for Help in Peru Fire June 24, 2017As the flames engulfed the room where Luis Huaman was trapped inside a warehouse in Peru's capital, he made a call to his mother in a desperate plea for help. Nearly a day later, the fire was still raging and there was no sign of the 19-year-old. At least four people were missing Friday after a warehouse filled with tons of combustibles caught fire. […]email@example.com (Associated Press)
- Amazon Protectors: Brazil's Indigenous People Struggle to Stave Off Loggers June 24, 2017Inside Brazil's Indigenous Reserve 124, Chief Geraldo Apurina walks along a muddy footpath, past towering trees as yet untouched by Amazon loggers. Much of the land around the reserve has been cleared of trees. Grazing land for cattle now stretches as far as the eye can see from the highway, destroying what used to be the mighty Amazon rainforest. […]firstname.lastname@example.org (Reuters)
- Wildfire in Utah Doubles in Size as Hot Conditions Continue in Western US June 24, 2017U.S. officials say a wildfire in southern Utah has doubled in size, one of several blazes burning in the Western United States. An effort to put out the Western fires has been difficult for firefighters because of the extreme heat in the region. The hot, dry conditions have also raised concerns about the upcoming July Fourth holiday, when fireworks and barbe […]email@example.com (VOA News)
- Military Chiefs Ask for Delay Before Transgender People Enlist June 24, 2017The U.S. military service chiefs have sought a delay before allowing transgender people to enlist, but no final decision has been made on the issue, Pentagon chief spokesperson Dana White said. Transgender troops already in the military have been allowed to serve openly since July 2016. The U.S. armed forces were given until July 1 to develop policies to all […]firstname.lastname@example.org (Carla Babb)
- Many London High-rise Dwellers Evacuated for Safety June 24, 2017Several residential high-rise buildings in London are being evacuated because of fire safety concerns following a huge blaze at an apartment building that killed at least 79 people last week. The London borough of Camden said it was providing hotel rooms for residents of 800 apartments in high-rise buildings in the area known as Swiss Cottage, after fire aut […]email@example.com (VOA News)
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- US Senators Demand Investigation of Reports of Torture in Yemen June 23, 2017Two senior U.S. senators are asking Defense Secretary Jim Mattis to investigate reports that U.S. military interrogators worked with forces from the United Arab Emirates accused of torturing detainees in Yemen. Arizona Senator John McCain, the Republican chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, and the ranking Democrat, Jack Reed of Rhode Island, cal […]firstname.lastname@example.org (Associated Press)
- Colombia's ELN Rebels Free Two Dutch Journalists June 23, 2017Colombia's Marxist ELN rebel group said on Friday it has freed two Dutch journalists captured this week in the northeast of the Andean country. The reporters, Derk Johannes Bolt, 62, a television journalist, and Eugenio Ernest Marie Follender, 58, a cameraman, “have been released in perfect conditions,” the group said on Twitter. Bolt and Follender wer […]email@example.com (Reuters)
- Rising Temperatures, Acidification Threaten Mediterranean Sea Species June 23, 2017Water temperatures in the northwestern Mediterranean are increasing much faster than global averages, threatening the survival of several species, French researchers said. Weekly water temperature readings by researchers at the Villefranche-sur-Mer oceanography laboratory have shown that Mediterranean surface water temperatures have increased by 0.7 degree b […]firstname.lastname@example.org (Reuters)
- US Mayors: Look to Us, Not Washington, for Results June 23, 2017Think Washington, D.C., and your statehouse are irredeemable and unproductive? Look to city hall for answers. That's the message from the nation's mayors six months in to Donald Trump's presidency. “We don't have time to argue about ideological positions. We have to find real solutions for problems,” said New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, […]email@example.com (Associated Press)
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- US soon to have permanent diplomatic presence in Somalia ... - Minneapolis Star Tribune June 23, 2017Minneapolis Star TribuneUS soon to have permanent diplomatic presence in Somalia ...Minneapolis Star TribuneThe United States ambassador to Somalia says the U.S. once again will have a permanent diplomatic presence in the country after it opens offices in Mogadishu ...altro »
- Somalia: Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) resumes medical activities - ReliefWeb June 23, 2017Somalia: Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) resumes medical activitiesReliefWebNearly four years after withdrawing its teams from Somalia, MSF has started treating patients again in the country. Teams are providing support to Mudug Regional Hospital, Galkayo North, in Somalia's Puntland region, in collaboration with the Ministry ...altro »
- Turkey's military training camp in Somalia to open soon - Anadolu Agency June 23, 2017Anadolu AgencyTurkey's military training camp in Somalia to open soonAnadolu AgencyThe Somali foreign minister on Friday lauded a Turkish military training camp which is expected to open in Somalia in the coming months. ''This military training camp established by our Turkish friends will be the first professional training camp for ...altro » […]
- 7 Dead in Suicide Blast at Police Station in Somalia Capital - U.S. News & World Report June 22, 2017U.S. News & World Report7 Dead in Suicide Blast at Police Station in Somalia CapitalU.S. News & World ReportA Somali woman walks past the scene of a suicide car bomb attack on a police station in Mogadishu, Somalia Thursday, June 22, 2017. A number of people are dead and several others wounded in the blast in Somalia's capital, police said Thurs […]
- Aid watchdog commends British support for Somalia - Public Finance International June 23, 2017Public Finance InternationalAid watchdog commends British support for SomaliaPublic Finance InternationalThe commission's other recommendations included doing more to promote inclusion and human rights in UK aid to Somalia, and ensuring Britain's private sector contractors are subject to enough oversight as well as getting enough political support.
- Somalia: Soldier Who Shot Minister Sentenced to Death | Time.com - TIME June 20, 2017TIMESomalia: Soldier Who Shot Minister Sentenced to Death | Time.comTIMEA military court in Somalia has sentenced a soldier to death by firing squad after he fatally shot the country's minister of public works.The Latest: Somalia blast kills at least 15, police sayWBAYDeadly car bomb attack rocks Somalia's MogadishuAljazeera.comAt least 10 killed b […]
- Photos Of Somalia: Surviving In One Of The World's Driest Places ... - NPR June 17, 2017NPRPhotos Of Somalia: Surviving In One Of The World's Driest Places ...NPRIn Somalia, photographer Nichole Sobecki saw how the worsening drought is transforming people's lives.altro »
- Burqa-clad Adelaide woman, 22, charged with supporting terrorism was 'mentored' by female jihadis in Somalia and is ... - Daily Mail June 23, 2017Daily MailBurqa-clad Adelaide woman, 22, charged with supporting terrorism was 'mentored' by female jihadis in Somalia and is ...Daily MailA Somali-born Adelaide woman charged with supporting terrorism was 'mentored' by female jihadis and will escalate her plot to carry out a real-world attack if not kept in custody, prosecutors say. The […]
- Horn of Africa - Complex Emergency Fact Sheet #6, Fiscal Year (FY) 2017 - ReliefWeb June 23, 2017ReliefWebHorn of Africa - Complex Emergency Fact Sheet #6, Fiscal Year (FY) 2017ReliefWebThe Somalia Water and Land Information Management group reports that Somalia's April-to-June gu rainy season has likely concluded prematurely, following at least three weeks of below-average or no recorded rainfall in large parts of central, northern ...altro »
- The Latest: US condemns deadly attack on Somalia restaurant - Washington Post June 15, 2017Washington PostThe Latest: US condemns deadly attack on Somalia restaurantWashington PostMOGADISHU, Somalia — The Latest on deadly attack on restaurant in Somalia's capital (all times local):. ___. 5:05 p.m.. The United States is condemning the overnight attack on a popular restaurant in Somalia's capital that police say left at least 31 ...Somali […]
- US soon to have permanent diplomatic presence in Somalia ... - Minneapolis Star Tribune June 23, 2017
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- Qatar given 10 days to meet 13 sweeping demands by Saudi Arabia June 23, 2017Gulf dispute deepens as allies issue ultimatum for ending blockade that includes closing al-Jazeera and cutting back ties with Iran Saudi Arabia and its allies have issued a threatening 13-point ultimatum to Qatar as the price for lifting a two-week trade and diplomatic embargo of the country, in a marked escalation of the Gulf’s worst diplomatic dispute in […]Patrick Wintour Diplomatic editor
- Five electrocuted at water park in Turkey June 23, 2017Three children and two adults who tried to rescue them die after incident in Akyazı, Sakarya province, according to reportsFive people, including two teenagers and a 12-year-old, have been electrocuted in a water park in north-western Turkey.The three children were struck by an electrical current in a swimming pool at the park, in the town of Akyazı, Sakarya […]Associated Press in Ankara
- Dozens killed in two separate attacks in Pakistan on eve of Eid June 23, 2017Suicide car bomber kills 12 in Quetta and twin blasts in Parachinar leave at least 25 deadAt least 37 people have been killed and more than 100 injured in two separate attacks in Pakistan, according to local officials.Early on Friday, a suicide car bomber killed 12 people in Quetta in the volatile south-west. Continue reading...Sune Engel Rasmussen in Kabul
- 'I buried my smallest one under a bush': starvation and sorrow in South Sudan | Jason Burke June 23, 2017When Mary Cholil sought food and shelter after her village was torched, her three-year-old daughter died. In a country ravaged by hunger and conflict, such tragedies have become all too familiarThe news spreads fast during the day. The raiders are coming. Two columns of fighters, each thousands strong, armed with assault rifles. “We will fight them. We will […]Jason Burke in Pibor
- Play in Polish theatre accused of inciting audience to murder June 23, 2017Prosecutors investigating The Curse, which condemns authorities for failing to respond to allegations of child abuse by clergyThe producers of a controversial play in Poland are being investigated by state prosecutors over allegations they are inciting the audience to murder. The Curse (Klątwa) is being staged at Teatr Powszechny in Warsaw and is directed by […]Christian Davies in Warsaw
- 'I wanted the building to fly': Renzo Piano's Santander gallery opens June 23, 2017Spain’s €80m levitating Centro Botín showcases nautical flair and offers visitors easy access to waterfront for first timeTwo great hull-like forms stand on the seafront in Santander, northern Spain, clad in thousands of pearlescent discs, like a pair of ships encrusted with exotic barnacles. Jacked up 6 metres (20ft) into the air on slender white pillars, a […]Oliver Wainwright
- Paris agreement's 1.5C target 'only way' to save coral reefs, Unesco says June 23, 2017First global assessment of climate change impact on world heritage-listed reefs says local efforts are ‘no longer sufficient’Greater emissions reductions and delivering on the Paris climate agreement are now “the only opportunity” to save coral reefs the world over from decline, with local responses no longer sufficient, a report by Unesco has found.The firs […]Elle Hunt
- Rival groups vie for supremacy as fight against Isis reaches tipping point June 22, 2017With Isis close to defeat in Mosul, its various opponents are already competing to define what will happen next Iraqi forces have advanced to the base of the toppled minaret of Mosul’s Great Mosque of al-Nuri, hours after it was destroyed by Islamic State militants, as the bitter eight-month battle to recapture the city reached a tipping point. Related: Dest […]Martin Chulov and Cengiz Yar
- Saudi crown prince's ascendancy gives hope of reform – but it may be premature June 22, 2017Talk of social change is in the air in Riyadh after King Salman announces Mohammed bin Salman as heir to Saudi throneOn the streets of Riyadh, in its shopping malls and public spaces, Saudi Arabia’s religious police had long been a foreboding presence. They could reach into private lives at will, with powers that few could challenge, enforcing an ultra-conse […]Martin Chulov in Riyadh
- Nazi spies planned bombings in Chile, archives reveal June 22, 2017Documents show Chilean supporters of the Third Reich received paramilitary training and sent information to Germany during the second world warChilean police have released archive documents relating to investigations during the second world war that uncovered how Nazi supporters in the country supplyed information to the Third Reich and planned to bomb mines […]Reuters in Santiago
- Supreme court poised to examine Trump's travel ban June 22, 2017Court is considering an appeal by the Trump administration to allow the president’s order restricting travel to the US from six Muslim-majority countriesThe US supreme court is set to begin action on Donald Trump’s travel ban, leading to a potential final resolution to the defining legal battle of the administration’s early days. Related: Another appeals cou […]Oliver Laughland in New York
- Germany to quash convictions of 50,000 gay men under Nazi-era law June 22, 2017Parliament votes through measure overturning conviction and offering compensation to the estimated 5,000 men still alive Germany’s parliament has voted to quash the convictions of 50,000 gay men sentenced for homosexuality under a Nazi-era law that remained in force after the second world war. After decades of lobbying, victims and activists hailed a triumph […]AFP in Berlin
- EU members abstain as Britain defeated in UN vote on Chagos Islands June 23, 2017Mauritius supported by 94 nations in move to consult The Hague over colonial hold of Indian Ocean territory by BritishThe UK has suffered a humiliating defeat at the United Nations general assembly in a vote over decolonisation and its residual hold over disputed territory in the Indian Ocean. By a margin of 94 to 15 countries, delegates supported a Mauritia […]Owen Bowcott
- Senate healthcare bill suffers swift blow as four GOP senators voice opposition June 22, 2017Rand Paul and other conservatives say bill resembles Obamacare too closelyDecision of quartet puts Republicans’ healthcare overhaul in jeopardyFour Republican senators are preparing to announce their opposition to the new Senate healthcare bill, putting the GOP’s attempt to overhaul Barack Obama’s signature legislation in jeopardy.Rand Paul of Kentucky told […]Ben Jacobs, David Smith and Lauren Gambino in Washington
- Norway issues $1bn threat to Brazil over rising Amazon destruction June 22, 2017Deforestation in the Amazon is increasing amid cuts to protection, putting Norway’s financial aid in jeopardy, says minister Leia este artigo em portuguêsNorway has issued a blunt threat to Brazil that if rising deforestation in the Amazon rainforest is not reversed, its billion-dollar financial assistance will fall to zero. The leaders of the two nations me […]Damian Carrington Environment editor
- Israeli airline can't make women move seats for religious reasons, court rules June 22, 2017El Al loses case brought by Holocaust survivor asked to move after ultra-orthodox man refused to sit next to herAs an 82-year-old Holocaust survivor and a former lawyer, Renee Rabinowitz might seem an unlikely figurehead in Israel’s culture wars.Rabinowitz has been thrust into the spotlight over an issue that has become an increasingly familiar problem for a […]Peter Beaumont in Jerusalem
- Mexican authorities accused of failures over notorious mass murder June 22, 2017Claims leads were not followed in the deaths of five people, including journalist Rubén Espinosa, in a Mexico City apartmentHuman rights officials in Mexico City have concluded that authorities in the country’s capital failed to properly investigate one of the capital’s most notorious recent crimes, instead launching an “inadequate” inquiry which failed to e […]David Agren in Mexico City
- US refuses to back UN on abortion access in human rights resolution June 22, 2017Washington supports ‘the spirit’ of a UN resolution calling for women’s access to reproductive healthcare but ‘does not recognize abortion’ as a methodThe UN Human Rights Council has unanimously adopted a resolution condemning abuse and discrimination of women, but Washington refused to back one paragraph mentioning access to safe abortions.The strongly word […]Agence France-Presse in Geneva
- The Good, the Bad and the Ugly's graveyard comes back from the dead June 22, 2017Documentary honours film fans who laboured to restore setting for 1966 spaghetti western’s climactic sceneAfter more than 50 years, several fistfuls of euros and countless wheelbarrow journeys, one of the most famous graveyards in cinema history has been rescued from oblivion and is to be honoured in a new documentary.Sad Hill cemetery is the setting for the […]Sam Jones in Madrid
- Athens: thousands of public-sector workers march against austerity June 22, 2017Protest, for better employment rights, is latest in series that has hindered rubbish collection in major cities in GreeceGreece has been hit by fresh strike action as thousands of public sector workers marched through Athens in protest against the debt-ridden country’s austerity programme. Related: Creditors agree terms to disburse Greece's €8.5bn bailo […]Angela Monaghan
- Qatar given 10 days to meet 13 sweeping demands by Saudi Arabia June 23, 2017
AFTER THE KENYAN INTERVENTION IN SOMALIA
ETHIOPIA: FORCED RELOCATIONS BRING HUNGER, HARDSHIP
- John Magufuli's pregnant schoolgirl ban angers Tanzanian women June 23, 2017An online petition is set up after the president said mothers would be too distracted to go to school.
- SportPesa to end Kenya football league sponsorship over tax June 23, 2017The government imposed a 35% tax on revenues of betting companies.
- Botswana's former President Ketumile Masire dies aged 91 June 23, 2017Sir Ketumile Masire led the country for 18 years and is seen as the architect of its stability.
- Watched chimps change their hunting habits June 23, 2017Wild chimpanzees have changed their hunting strategies in response to being watched and followed by scientists, observations suggest.
- Mauritius wins UN vote on Chagos Islands June 22, 2017The UK says a dispute over the islands with Mauritius is "clearly a matter" for the two countries.
- First UK African war memorial opens June 22, 2017It is dedicated to the two million African-Caribbean soldiers who fought in both world wars.
- Kenya cholera outbreak hits dozens at health conference June 22, 2017Delegates were attending a conference organised by Kenya's Ministry of Health in Nairobi.
- London's temporary African-inspired architecture June 23, 2017Diebedo Francis Kere is the 17th architect to design a temporary pavilion in the grounds of London's Hyde Park.
- Could XPrize tablets replace teachers in Tanzania? June 22, 2017Teams around the world are competing to develop tablet software to replace a teacher in developing countries.
- Gambia's ‘deserted’ village: Why did the young men leave? June 23, 2017The village chief of Badibu Saaba, in The Gambia, explains how most of the young men have left. But six months after electing a new president, will things soon change?
- Uganda's lesson in how to treat refugees June 22, 2017Uganda took in more refugees than any other country last year - mostly fleeing the conflict in South Sudan - and has been praised for its open-door policy.
- Togo's 'voodoo vacations' June 23, 2017Traditional voodoo ceremonies are attracting tourists to the small West African nation of Togo.
- Shark attacks threaten Reunion Island tourist trade June 23, 2017Shark attacks on surfers and swimmers around Reunion island have seriously affected local businesses.
- Ghana's Samuel Inkoom given one-year ban over agent debt June 23, 2017Ghana defender Samuel Inkoom will be banned from football by Fifa for a year unless he pays off the debt he owes to a former agent.
- Cameroon coach Hugo Broos is desperate to find a striker June 23, 2017Cameroon coach Hugo Broos says he is still searching for a clinical goalscorer after his side struggle to score at the Confederations Cup.
- Liverpool complete Salah deal June 23, 2017Liverpool complete the 39m euro (£34m) signing of Roma's former Chelsea winger Mohamed Salah, who joins on a five-year deal.
- Catherine Byaruhanga: Uganda's refugee solidarity June 23, 2017How a 61-year-old farmer embodies Uganda's welcoming attitude to South Sudanese refugees.
- Martin Patience: Nigerian jailed and ransomed June 21, 2017Migrants are falling prey to criminal gangs in Libya - the BBC hears one man's horrific story.
- Sihem Hassaini: Why Tunisian women are having hymen surgery June 19, 2017Tunisian women are expected to be virgins when they marry, leading some to have hymen surgery.
- Style in the slum June 16, 2017His neighbours, in what is probably the world's most famous slum, stare but he doesn't care.
- John Magufuli's pregnant schoolgirl ban angers Tanzanian women June 23, 2017
- U.N. to Investigate Reports of Government-Backed Slaughter in Congo June 23, 2017
- U.N. Asks International Court to Weigh In on Britain-Mauritius Dispute June 23, 2017
- Ghana Court Rejects Resettlement of Guantánamo Bay Detainees June 22, 2017
- Why Migrants Keep Risking All on the ‘Deadliest Route’ June 22, 2017
- Man Charged With Stabbing Officer at Airport Had Tried to Buy a Gun, F.B.I. Says June 22, 2017
- U.N. Security Council Welcomes Deployment of New Counterterrorism Force in Africa June 21, 2017
- Feature: Trained to Kill: How Four Boy Soldiers Survived Boko Haram June 21, 2017
- Congolese Militia Is Accused of Atrocities June 21, 2017
- A Kenyan Pursuit: Perfecting the Chicken Dish Kuku Paka June 20, 2017
- Displaced Population Hit Record in ’16, U.N. Says June 19, 2017