SOOMAALIDA DALKA WAA LALA HOGGAAMIN DOONA THE NEW SOMALIA ROADMAP
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“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
- Turkiga oo dalbaday NATO in ay taageerto duulaankiisa ka dhanka ah Kurdiyiinta January 22, 2018Wakiilka Turkiga u fadhiya gaashaanbuurta NATO, Ahmet Berat Çonkar, ayaa ugu baaqay dalalka xubnaha ka ah isbahaysigaasi inay waddankiisa ka taageeraan dagaalka dhulka ee cusub ee uu kula jiro xooggaga YPG ee Kurdiyiinta Suuriya.
- Basasha oo la ogaaday in lagula dagaalami karo cudurka qaaxada January 22, 2018Basashan oo lagu magacaabo Persian ayaa xitaa gacan ka geysan karta daweynta nooca qaaxada ee adkaysiga u leh dawooyinka.
- Maxaa sababay in la beddelo guddoomiyaha gobolka Banaadir? January 21, 2018Madaxweynaha Soomaaliya, Maxamed Cabdullaahi Farmaajo, ayaa xilka gudoomiyaha gobolka Banaadir u magacaabay Cabdiraxmaan Cismaan Cumar (Injineer Yariisow), kaas oo baddeli doona gudoomiye Taabit Cabdi Maxamed oo xilkan hayay muddo sagaal bilood ah.
- Ronaldo oo muraayad isku eegay garoonka dhexdiisa January 22, 2018Arrintan ayaa keentay hadal heynta in Ronaldo in uu yahay nin xarago jecel, islamarkaasna jirkiisa naashnaasha.
- George Weah oo loo dhaarinaayo madaxtinimada dalka Liberia January 22, 2018Laacibkii hore ee kubadda cagta George Weah ayaa maanta loo dhaarinayaa xilka madaxtinimada ee dalka Liberia kadib markii uu ku guuleystay doorashadii madaxtinimo ee dalkaas.
- Xulufada uu hogaamiyo Sacuudiga oo dalka Yemen u ballan qaaday gargaar January 22, 2018Xulufada uu hogaamiyo Sacuudiga ee la dagaalamaaya Xutiyiinta Yeman ayaa ballan qaaday in ay bixin donaan lacag dheeraad ah oo dhan hal bilyan iyo bar doolar oo ay ku caawinayaan dalka Yeman si loogu xaliyo musiibada bini'aadanimo ee ka taagan dalkaasi.
- Muxuu salka ku hayaa muranka ka dhashay maqaamka Muqdisho? January 21, 2018Iyadoo uu si weyn u soo shaac baxay ismaandhaaf siyaasadeed oo ka taagan maqaamka magaalada caasimadda ah ee Muqdisho, duqa magaaladana uu ku baaqay in shir looga xaajoonayo arrintani la qabto dhammaadka bishan ayaa waxaad mooddaa in haatan muranka arrintaa ka taagan uu cirka isku sii shareerayo.
- Injineer Yariisow oo loo magacaabay gudoomiyaha gobolka Banaadir January 21, 2018Wararka naga soo gaaraya magaalada Muqdisho ayaa sheegaya in Madaxweynaha Soomaaliya, Maxamed Cabdullaahi Farmaajo, uu xilka gudoomiyaha gobolka Banaadir u magacaabay Cabdiraxmaan Cismaan Cumar (Injineer Yariisow).
- Wafdi ka socda K/waqooyi oo tegey Seoul January 21, 2018Wafdi ka socda Kuuriyada waqooyi ayaa ku tegey Kuuriyada koofureed Socdaal taariikhi ah, si ay u soo booqdaan goobaha dhaqanka ee lagu qaban doono cayaaraha olombikada qaboobaha ee bisha soo socota dhici doona. Xudduudda aadka loo ilaaliyo ayey bas kaga gudbeen.
- Milateriga Turkiga oo gudaha u galay Suuriya January 21, 2018Ciidanka lugta ee Turkiga ayaa u gudbay waqooyiga Suuriya, ayagoo qayb ka ah ololaha Ankara ay kaga sifayanayso xuduudda dagaallamayaasha kuridiyiinta, sida uu sheegay ra'iisul wasaaraha Turkiga. Wuxuu sheegay in ujeeddadu tahay in laga sameeyo 30 KM oo ah aag nabdoon, gudaha Suuriya.
- Daawo: Dad Helicopter looga soo badbaadiyey buur dusheeda January 21, 2018Laba qof oo ah dadka buraha fuula ayaa dayaarad lagu soo badbaadiyey, ka dib markii ay khatar ku galeen buur dusheeda. Labada qof ayaa habeenkii buurta ku baryey, ayagoon haysan meel ay ka galaan qabowga ka hooseeya darajada 0.
- Daawo: Reer Ilmahooda silcin jiray oo la maxkamadeeyey January 21, 2018Daawo: Reer Ilmahooda silcin jiray oo la maxkamadeeyey
- Weerrarkii hoteelka Afghanistan oo 12 saacadood kaddib la soo gebagabeeyay January 21, 2018Ciidammada ammaanka ee waddanka Afghanistan ayaa soo gebagabeeyay weerrar socday 12 saacadood oo rag hubeysan ay ku galeen hoteel nooca lagu raaxaysto ah oo ku yaal gudaha magaalada caasimadda ah ee Kabul.
- Dad ku dhintay rabshado ka dhacay waqooyiga Itoobiya January 21, 2018Ugu yaraan 5 qof ayaa lagu dilay, dhowr kalena dhaawacyo ayaa soo gaaray, ka dib markii ciidanka amniga ay rasaas nool ku rideen dad dabaaldeg ku qabsanayey waqooyiga Itoobiya. Waxaa laga cabsi qabaa in tirada dhimashada ay intaas ka badan karto.
- Jarmalka: Dowlad isbaheysi ah oo lagu wado in la soo dhiso January 21, 2018Afar bilood kadib markii dalka Jarmalka ay ka dhacday doorashada guud, waxaa uu suura gal ah in dhidibada loo aaso dowlad cusub.
- Haween banaanbax ka dhigay Togo January 21, 2018Tobannaan kun oo ah haween oo intooda badan ku labisan dhar madow ayaa isugu soo baxay waddooyinka magaalooyinka Togo, laga soo bilaabo magaalada caasimadda ah ee Lome ee ku taalla koonfurta, ilaa laga yimaado waqooyiga oo ah meesha uu ku xooggan yahay madaxweynaha.
- Weerar lagu qaaday hotel kuwa raaxada ah oo ku yaalla Afghanistaan. January 21, 2018Ciidamada amaanka ee Afghanistaan ayaa xalay oo dhan la dagaalamayay koox maleeshiyo ah oo gudaha ugu jiray hotel kuwa raaxada ah oo ku yaal magaalada caasimadda ah ee Kabul.
- Turkiga oo duqeymo ka geystay woqooyiga Suuriya January 20, 2018Turkiga ayaa duqeymo dhanka cirka ah ku qaaday bartilmaameedyo maleeshiyaadka kurdiyiintu ay ku leeyihiin woqooyiga dalka Suuriya.
- Muuse Biixi oo ka hadlaya dagaalka Tukaraq: ‘In aan C/weli la hadlo faragalin baan u arkaa January 20, 2018Muuse Biixi oo ka hadlayey xiisadda colaadeed ee Tukaraq oo ay isku hor fadhiyaan ciidamada Somaliland iyo kuwa Puntland ayaa sheegay in uu u arko Puntland inay tahay qayb Soomaaliya ka mid ah, oo uusan doonayn inuu Cabdiweli Gaas si toos ah ugala hadlo.
- Caruur ku dhimatay qarax ka dhacay meel u dhow Mandheera January 20, 2018Ilaa 4 ilmood ayaa la soo sheegay inay ku dhinteen Tuulo la yiraahdo Eymoole oo ka tirsan deegaanka Takaba ee degmada Mandheera, ka dib markii aalad ay ku cayaarayeen ay ku qaraxday. Sarkaal ka tirsan booliska ayaa arrintaas u xaqiijiyey BBC, wuxuuna intaa ku daray in laba ilmood oo kale loola cararay Mandheera.
- Turkiga oo dalbaday NATO in ay taageerto duulaankiisa ka dhanka ah Kurdiyiinta January 22, 2018
- 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
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- Farmaajo oo Nabadeyn u Jooga Caabudwaaq January 21, 2018Magaalada Caabudwaaq ee Gobolka Galguduud waxaa maalintii labaad ku sugan madaxweynaha Soomaaliya Maxamed Cabdullaahi Farmaajo oo ku jira maalintii 14-aad ee safarka uu ku marayey gobollada iyo magaalooyika dalka qaarkood.
- Warbixin: 5 Suxufi ayaa Somalia ku Dhintay 2017 January 21, 2018Ururka Suxufiyiinta Soomaaliya ayaa sheegay inay diiwaangeliyeen dhimashada shan suxufi sannadkii aynu soo dhaafnay 2017-ka halka in ka badan 30 kalena loo gaystay xabsi.
- Guddoomiye Thaabit oo Xilkii laga Qaaday January 21, 2018Wareegto kasoo baxday xafiiska madaxweynaha Soomaaliya saaka ayaa xilkii looga qaaday Duqii magaalada Muqdishu Thaabit Cabdi Maxamed, waxaana xilkaasi loo magacaabay Injineer Cabdiraxmaan Cumar Cusmaan Yariisow oo hayey xilka wasiirka warfaafinta.
- Turkiga oo Weeraray Magaalada Afrin January 21, 2018Warbaahinta dawladda Turkiga ayaa sheegay in ciidamada waddankaasi ay ka tallaabeen xadka dalka Siiriya ayna galeen magaalada ay haysteen maleeshiyada Kurdiyiinta ee Afrin maalin kadib markii diyaaradaha Turkiga la sheegay inay duqeeyeen ilaa 100 goobood oo fadhiisimo ah maleeshiyada YPG.
- Wicitaanka: Macallin Siciid Saalax Axmed January 21, 2018Barnaamijka Wicitaanka Dhageystaha ee toddobaadkan waxaa marti ku ah Macallin Siciid Saalax Axmed, mowduuca barnaamijkuna waa sababta loo garan la'yahay tiro koobka saxda ah ee Soomaalida ku nool magaalooyinka Somalia iyo kuwa caalamka.
- Xiisad Siyaasadeed oo ka Jirta Muqdisho January 20, 2018Magaalada Muqdisho ayaa waxaa ka taagan xiisad ka dhalatay khilaaf cusub oo soo kala dhexgalay madaxtooyada Somalia iyo maamulka Gobolka Benaadir.
- Martida: Cabdulqaadir Axmed Nuur January 20, 2018Barnaamijka Martida ee toddobaadkan waxaa marti ku ah Cabdulqaadir Axmed Nuur oo arrimaha gobolada dhexe ee Somalia aqoon u leh, waxana uu ka hadlayaa heshiiskii Maamulka Galmudug iyo ururka Ahlu-sunna Waljameeca.
- Barnaamijka Caweyska Washington January 20, 2018Barnaamijka Caweyska Washington ee toddobaadkan waxaan idiinku haynaa wareysi gaar ah oo VOA ay la yeelatay dhowr sano ka hor ay la yeelatay Alle ha u naxariistee Khadija Cabdillaahi Daleys, iyada oo sidoo kale aan ku maqli doontaan qoddobo kale oo aaladda xiriirka bulshada ee Instagram uu ka mid yahay
- Muuse Biixi oo ka Hadlay Xaaladda Tukaraq January 20, 2018Madaxweynaha Somaliland Muuse Biixi Cabdi oo shir jaraa'id ku qabtay manta magaalada Hargeisa ayaa sheegay inuu jiro xiriir loo kala dabqaaday oo dhex maray isaga iyo Madaxweynaha Soomaaliya Maxamed Cabdullahi Farmaajo oo ku daadan xal u helista xiisadda dagaal ee ka dhex oogneyd Puntland iyo Soomaaliland.
- Barnaamijka Hambalyada iyo Heesaha January 20, 2018Barnaamijka Hambalyada iyo Heesaha ee toddobaadkan waxaa inoo haya Ibraahim Xasa Maxamuu (Daanduray) iyo Caasha Ibraahim Aadan (Cuud)
- Barn. Dhacdooyinka Toddobaadka January 20, 2018Barnaamijka Dhacdooyinka ee toddobaadkan waxaan ku soo qaadan doonnaa arrimo dhowr ah oo uu ka mid yahay dawladda Somalia oo soo furay caruur u afduubnaa kooxda Alshabab
- Shaqadii Xukuumadda Maraykanka oo Joogsatay January 20, 2018Qeyb ahaan shaqadii laamaha xukuumadda Maraykanka ayaa maanta oo Sabti ah joogsatay, kadib markii aqalka Senate-ku uu ku guuldareystay ansixinta miisaaniyadda xukuumadda. Talaabadan ayaa ku soo beegmaysa sannad-guuradda 1aad ee markii Donald Trump xilka loo dhaariyay.
- Amnesty oo Cambaareysay Bur-burinta Xarrun Barakacayaal January 19, 2018Hay’adda Amnesty International ayaa sheegtay in burburka lagu sameeyay xarun ay barakacayaashu daganaayeen oo ku taalla duleedka Muqdisho iyo xoogga dadkaasi meesha looga saaray ay ahayd arrin aad u daran oo xitaa muuqaal ahaan laga arkay dhinaca hawada sare.
- Pele oo Isbitaalka La Dhigay January 19, 2018Warbaahinta Brazil ayaa ku warrantay in halyeeyga kubadda cagta dalkaasi ee Pele shalay la dhigay isbitaalka kadib marki uu jooga ka dhacay.
- Fernandinho oo kordhiyay Qandaraaska Manchester City January 19, 2018Laacibka khadka dhexe uga ciyaara kooxda Manchester City Fernandinho ayaa kordhiyay qandaraaska uu kula joogo kooxdiisa, kaasoo uu gaarsiiyay ilaa iyo sanadka 2020-ka.
- Ciidamada oo soo Furtay Caruur al-Shabaab ay Qafaasheen January 19, 2018Wararka ka imanaya gobolka Shabeellaha Dhexe ayaa sheegaya in ciidanka dowladda Soomaaliya ay xalay weerar ku qaadeen iskuul la sheegay in ururka al-Shabaab uu ku tababaro caruurta.
- Barn. Faaqidaadda: Sanad Guurada 1-aad ee Madaxweyne Trump January 19, 2018Ku soo dhawaada dhageystayaal Barnaamijka Faaqidaadda Toddobaadka. Waxa uu barnaamijka ku saabsan yahay hal sano ayaa ka soo wareegatay markii uu xafiiska la wareegey madaxweyne Trump.
- Shirka Ciidamada Heyganka ee Bariga Afrika oo Jabuuti lagu Soo Gunaanuday January 19, 2018Magaalada Jabuuti waxaa lagu soo gaba-gabeeyya shirkii 23-aad ee ururka ISAF, ee ciidamada heyganka ee dalalka Bariga Afrika.
- Maxkamadda Sare ee Kenya oo Hakisay Mamnuucista Safarada Habeenkii ee Gawaarida Waaweyn January 19, 2018Maxamadda sare ee dalka Kenya ayaa si kumeel gaar ah u hor istaagtay inuu dhaqangalo go'aankii baabuurta waaweyn ee basaska looga mamnuucay inay habeenka safarada dhaadheer ee magaalooyinka galaan.
- Madaxweyne Farmaajo oo Joojiyay Iibinta Dhulka Danta Guud January 19, 2018Madaxweynaha Jamhuuriyadda Federaalka Soomaaliya Md. Maxamed Cabdullaahi Farmaajo, ayaa sheegey in uu ka walaacsan yahay warar sheegaya in lagu xad-gudbayo dhulalka danta guud ee ku yaalla Muqdisho.
- Farmaajo oo Nabadeyn u Jooga Caabudwaaq January 21, 2018
- Invitation to Let China Explore at Sea Risks Political Backlash in Philippines January 22, 2018A decision by Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte to let China do research on the Philippines' Pacific Ocean continental shelf raises the risk of a new backlash at home among Filipinos who already distrust the more powerful Beijing. Duterte is allowing a Chinese vessel to examine Benham Rise, a 13 million-hectare plateau rich in minerals and undersea n […]email@example.com (Ralph Jennings)
- Tokyo Holds Evacuation Drill, Simulates N. Korea Missile Attack January 22, 2018Hundreds of people in Japan's capital Monday participated in an evacuation drill meant to simulate the scenario of an incoming North Korean ballistic missile. A voice over a loudspeaker at an amusement park told the participants, "We have information that a missile launch has occurred. Please evacuate calmly inside a building or underground.” Medi […]firstname.lastname@example.org (VOA News)
- Hong Kong Democracy Battle Now Waged in Courts January 22, 2018Hong Kong’s vigorous activism once earned it the nickname “city of protests.” But these days, the Chinese territory has become the city of prosecutions. Three years after the city’s massive strike for free elections, what’s now called the Umbrella protest, the Hong Kong government is pursuing charges against several dozen activists and participants. Many who […]email@example.com (Suzanne Sataline)
- US Jerusalem Decision in Focus as Pence Visits Israel January 22, 2018U.S. Vice President Mike Pence is in Israel for talks Monday with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and an address to the Knesset as part of his four-day tour of the Middle East. Senior White House officials said the vice president would be discussing the U.S.-Israeli relationship, ways to counter Iranian influence in the region, and strategy regarding the S […]firstname.lastname@example.org (VOA News)
- Patriots, Eagles Advance to Super Bowl January 22, 2018The New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles have advanced to the National Football League's Super Bowl after winning their respective conference championship games Sunday. In the American Football Conference championship, the underdog Jacksonville Jaguars led for much of the game, including holding a 20-10 advantage with nine minutes left to play. […]email@example.com (VOA News)
- Tens of Thousands of Greeks March to Demand Sole Right to the Name of Macedonia January 22, 2018Tens of thousands of flag-waving Greeks rallied in Thessaloniki Sunday, demanding Greece never compromise on the name Macedonia for its northern province. Greece and the former Yugoslav Republic that shares the same name have been feuding over who gets to use it since Macedonia became independent Yugoslavia in 1991. Police put the turnout for Sunday's m […]firstname.lastname@example.org (VOA News)
- Tunisian Forces Kill Senior al-Qaida Member January 22, 2018Tunisian special forces have killed a senior member of al-Qaida in Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) in a remote western area of the country, near the border with Algeria. Tunisian officials have identified the militant as Bilel Kobi, a senior aide to Abu Musab Abdul Wadud, the leader of the militant group. Another jihadist was also killed in the operation as a specia […]email@example.com (VOA News)
- Key California Highway Reopens After Deadly Mudslide January 21, 2018A coastal highway in California has reopened nearly two weeks after it was swamped by a massive mudslide that killed 21 people. Highway 101, a key north-south route in California, was shut down after it was covered by 12 feet of mud after the deadly mudslide on January 9. Officials had promised a day earlier that the highway, which carries more than 100,000 […]firstname.lastname@example.org (VOA News)
- Spain to Seek Catalan Politician's Arrest on Denmark Visit January 21, 2018The office of Spain's state prosecutor said Sunday it will move to reissue a European arrest warrant for the fugitive former leader of Catalonia if he leaves Belgium and enters Denmark as planned. The region's ex-president, Carles Puigdemont, is scheduled to attend a debate Monday at the University of Copenhagen titled "Catalonia and Europe at […]email@example.com (Associated Press)
- Women's Marches Continue in Las Vegas, European Cities January 21, 2018A day after women commemorated the one-year anniversary of the Women's March in the United States, thousands of people marched in solidarity Sunday throughout Europe and Australia. A rally touting the message "Power to the Polls" also began in Las Vegas, Nevada, Sunday morning, where activists and members of Congress are expected to speak, wit […]firstname.lastname@example.org (VOA News)
- Mattis: Turkey Alerted US Before Striking Kurds in Syria January 21, 2018Turkey alerted the United States before striking a U.S.-allied Kurdish militia in northern Syria, according to U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis. "They warned us before they launched the aircraft that they were going to do it," Mattis told reporters Sunday on a plane headed for Southeast Asia. Turkey on Saturday began bombing the Kurdish-controlled […]email@example.com (William Gallo)
- Pope Wraps Latin America Trip Haunted by Chile Abuse Scandal January 21, 2018Pope Francis wrapped up his visit to Peru on Sunday by denouncing the plague of corruption sweeping through Latin America. But controversy over his accusations that Chilean sex abuse victims slandered a bishop continued to cast a shadow over what has become the most contested and violent trip of his papacy. A day after his top adviser on sex abuse publicly […]firstname.lastname@example.org (Associated Press)
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- Former South Dakota Gold Mine Now an Underground Research Lab January 21, 2018Once a hugely productive gold mine in the western state of South Dakota, it is now being used as an underground research lab where scientists are trying to learn more about the universe. VOA's Lesya Bakalets and Serge Sokolov went to the former mine to report on what is now a world class research lab that attracts scientists from across the email@example.com (Lesya Bakalets, Sergey Sokolov)
- US Senate to Vote Noon Monday on Ending Government Shutdown January 21, 2018Senate Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has scheduled a vote at noon Monday on ending the U.S. government shutdown. Lawmakers would be voting on a measure to fund the government for at least another three weeks. Leaders and members from both parties spent all day Sunday meeting and negotiating and looking for a way to end the impasse on immigration […]firstname.lastname@example.org (Ken Schwartz, Ken Bredemeier)
- WFP Warns Food Shortages in Myanmar's Rakhine State January 21, 2018The World Food Program warns food shortages and undernutrition in Myanmar's Rakhine State are seriously affecting the health of women and children. More than one million Rohingyas lived in Myanmar's Rakhine State before a brutal military crackdown against the civilian population began in late August. Since then, more than 655,000 refugees have fled […]email@example.com (Lisa Schlein)
- Australia, Canada Trade Blows over Wine January 21, 2018Australia has filed a formal complaint with the World Trade Organization that accuses Canada of placing "discriminatory" rules on the sales of imported wine. Canada is Australia's fourth-biggest wine market. Officials in Canberra say rules in Canada unfairly discriminate against overseas wine. An official protest has been lodged with the World […]firstname.lastname@example.org (Phil Mercer)
- UN Calls on All Parties in Honduras to Refrain from Violence January 21, 2018The U.N. human rights office is calling on all parties in Honduras to refrain from violence amid heightened tensions over the country's disputed presidential election. U.N. appeals for restraint by the Honduran government and opposition forces have fallen on deaf ears. Its warnings of the potential risk of deaths and injuries during violent protests hav […]email@example.com (Lisa Schlein)
- 5 Dead, Dozens Injured as Congo Police Disperse Protests January 21, 2018Police in Congo used tear gas and gunfire to disperse thousands of anti-government demonstrators across the nation on Sunday, leaving five people dead and injuring more than 33 who marched after church services calling for President Joseph Kabila to step down, the United Nations said. Catholic churches and activists had called for peaceful demonstrations Sun […]firstname.lastname@example.org (Associated Press)
- Prospect of More Denaturalizations Worries Immigrant Advocates January 21, 2018Immigrant adovocates are alarmed after last week's Department of Justice announcement that Baljinder Singh had been stripped of his U.S. citizenship — the first under an Obama-era program. They worry that more denaturalizations are to follow and are critical of the "aggressive" manner in which the government is seeking to denaturalize individu […]email@example.com (Aline Barros)
- Invitation to Let China Explore at Sea Risks Political Backlash in Philippines January 22, 2018
SOMALIA FAMINE RESPONSE TOO SLOW, THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE DIED NEEDLESSLY: REPORT
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- Somalia president fires mayor of Mogadishu - News24 January 21, 2018News24Somalia president fires mayor of MogadishuNews24Mogadishu - Somalia's president fired the mayor of the capital Mogadishu on Sunday, in an apparent bid to defuse moves towards greater autonomy for the city. President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed named current information minister Abdirahman Omar Osman ...Somali president sacks Mogadishu mayor, names r […]
- 'Everywhere, someone was screaming': Meet the people running Somalia's only public ambulance service - Telegraph.co.uk January 20, 2018Telegraph.co.uk'Everywhere, someone was screaming': Meet the people running Somalia's only public ambulance serviceTelegraph.co.uk'Everywhere, someone was screaming': Meet the people running Somalia's only public ambulance service. The Aamin Ambulance Service is the only public ambulance service that exists in Somalia. Credit: D […]
- US-backed Somalia commandos kill 4 al-Shabab extremists - Washington Post January 19, 2018CitifmonlineUS-backed Somalia commandos kill 4 al-Shabab extremistsWashington PostMOGADISHU, Somalia — Somali and U.S. commandos stormed a camp for al-Shabab extremist fighters in an overnight raid, killing at least four of the fighters and rescuing dozens of child conscripts, a Somali intelligence official said Friday. The ...US says four Shabaab militants […]
- Somalia: Satellite imagery reveals devastation amid forced evictions ... - Amnesty International January 19, 2018Amnesty InternationalSomalia: Satellite imagery reveals devastation amid forced evictions ...Amnesty InternationalAmnesty International releases satellite imagery showing the devastation in sudden forced evictions of more than 24000 internally displaced people in Mogadishu, Somalia.altro »
- Happy path to sainthood for nun killed in Somalia - Daily Nation - Daily Nation January 20, 2018Daily NationHappy path to sainthood for nun killed in Somalia - Daily NationDaily NationSr Lionella is the second nun with Kenyan roots on the course to sainthood after Sr Irene Stefani.altro »
- Somalia welcomes 41 nationals released from Indian jails, more to follow - africanews January 20, 2018africanewsSomalia welcomes 41 nationals released from Indian jails, more to followafricanewsThe Federal Government of Somalia on Friday welcomed home forty-one nationals who had been in Indian jails for piracy related offences. ADVERTISING. inRead invented by Teads. The returnees were welcomed at the Mogadishu International Airport by Prime ...
- Somalia: UN, partners seek $1.6 billion to protect millions of lives from drought - UN News Centre January 17, 2018UN News CentreSomalia: UN, partners seek $1.6 billion to protect millions of lives from droughtUN News Centre17 January 2018 – While Somalia, with the international community's help, averted famine last year, long-term solutions for drought, conflict and displacement must still be found, the United Nations office in the country said Wednesday, launching […]
- A Trump decree is killing innocent civilians in Somalia - Aljazeera.com January 14, 2018Aljazeera.comA Trump decree is killing innocent civilians in SomaliaAljazeera.comUS President Donald Trump loves signing executive orders. During his first year in office, he has signed dozens of controversial orders on a wide variety of subjects, ranging from national security to trade. Some of these executive orders, such as the ...Cost of the war in Somal […]
- 'People were screaming': troops destroy $200000 aid camps in Somalia - The Guardian January 15, 2018The Guardian'People were screaming': troops destroy $200000 aid camps in SomaliaThe GuardianTwo weeks after being forcibly evicted from their shelters, thousands of vulnerable families are still living rough in the outskirts of Mogadishu. Somali security forces went in and destroyed 23 camps for internally displaced people, housing more than ...
- Somalia is looking to attract tourists | All media content | DW | 16.01 ... - Deutsche Welle January 16, 2018Deutsche WelleSomalia is looking to attract tourists | All media content | DW | 16.01 ...Deutsche WelleThe Somali capital Mogadishu was once called the 'Pearl of the Indian Ocean'. The country's beaches and historical sites formerly drew international visitors, but decades of civil war ended that. Now Somalia is trying to rebuild its tourism s […]
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- 'Every Year, I Give Birth': Why War is Driving a Contraception Crisis in Sudan
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- Government shutdown: Trump attacks Democrats and calls for 'nuclear option' January 21, 2018Trump ad: Democrats ‘complicit’ in murders by immigrantsSenate vote on funding measure to 8 February due by 1am MondayOpinion: This is how democracies dieAs the second day of the US government shutdown wore on, there appeared little sign of progress. As both parties blamed each other, the White House went on the attack. Related: US government shutdown: anniv […]Oliver Laughland and Martin Pengelly in New York and Sabrina Siddiqui andBen Jacobs in Washington
- Inequality gap widens as 42 people hold same wealth as 3.7bn poorest January 22, 2018Oxfam calls for action on gap as wealthiest people gather at World Economic Forum in DavosThe development charity Oxfam has called for action to tackle the growing gap between rich and poor as it launched a new report showing that 42 people hold as much wealth as the 3.7 billion who make up the poorest half of the world’s population.In a report published on […]Larry Elliott Economics editor
- Kabul hotel attack: guests 'sprayed with bullets as they ran' January 21, 2018Witnesses describe scenes of terror at Intercontinental hotel during attack that killed at least 18 including 14 foreignersWitnesses to a terrorist rampage at a luxury Kabul hotel have described guests being sprayed with bullets as they ran, whole floors engulfed in flames and a security team that fled “without a fight” from gunmen in army uniforms.Thick smo […]Michael Safi South Asia correspondent and Haroon Janjua in Peshawar
- Drug violence blamed for Mexico's record 29,168 murders in 2017 January 21, 2018Homicide rate surpasses that from peak year of country’s drug war in 2011, official figures showMexico recorded more than 29,000 murders in 2017, the highest annual tally in decades, government figures have shown.The country has struggled with years of violence as the state has battled drug cartels that have increasingly splintered into smaller, more bloodth […]Agencies in Mexico City
- Fans pay tribute to Dolores O’Riordan in Limerick January 21, 2018Thousands gather at St Joseph’s Church to pay their respects to Irish pop star and Cranberries lead singerThousands have gathered in Limerick to remember the life of the Cranberries frontwoman Dolores O’Riordan, who died last week in London.Fans young and old, many clutching white roses and daffodils, streamed into St Joseph’s church in the city for a public […]Press Association
- Germany's SPD gives cautious green light to Merkel coalition talks January 21, 2018Martin Schulz’s speech greeted with sarcastic applause and ovations for party leader’s criticsGermany has inched a step closer to forming a new government after the centre-left Social Democratic party (SPD) gave its lukewarm endorsement for a renewed Angela Merkel-led “grand coalition”.At a special SPD congress in Bonn that welcomed a speech by the party’s l […]Philip Oltermann in Bonn
- Turkey starts ground incursion into Kurdish-controlled Afrin in Syria January 21, 2018Move follows intense aerial bombardment of enclave, with Kurdish militias shelling Turkish border province in responseTurkey said it had begun a ground incursion into the Kurdish enclave in Syria known as Afrin a day after intense aerial bombardment that signalled the opening of hostilities in a new phase of Ankara’s involvement in the war across the border. […]Kareem Shaheen in Istanbul
- Italians asked to report fake news to police in run-up to election January 19, 2018Online service launched for flagging up instances as concern grows about rise of phenomenon The Italian government has launched an online service aimed at cracking down on fake news, which experts say has become an increasingly worrying phenomenon in the country.People can report what they think might be fake news via a “red button” system on the website of […]Angela Giuffrida in Rome
- US government shutdown: anniversary of Trump inauguration marred by chaos January 20, 2018A year to the day after Trump took office, government goes into shutdown as nationwide protests take aim at his divisive presidency Thousands return for Women’s March with spirits undauntedDonald Trump’s first anniversary in office was marked by the turbulence and division that have defined his presidency, with a government shutdown and protests in cities ac […]Julian Borger , Ben Jacobs, Sabrina Siddiqui and Lauren Gambino in Washington
- Anger that drove the Arab spring is flaring again January 21, 2018Riots in Tunisia echo the events of 2011, when unrest swept the Middle EastWhen the people of Balta wanted to protest, they had to leave town. “This place is so small that blocking the road is like sitting in your own hall – no one notices,” said Wathik Balti, a 19-year-old student.So in December, they headed to the nearest motorway, where dozens of them blo […]Emma Graham-Harrison
- 'We loot or we die of hunger': food shortages fuel unrest in Venezuela January 21, 2018As the country’s economic problems mount, towns and cities have been hit by an outbreak of looting and violenceAmid desperate food shortages Venezuelans are picking up new survival skills.On the night of 9 January, for example, a hungry mob took just 30 minutes to pick clean a grocery store in the eastern city of Puerto Ordaz. By the time owner Luis Felipe A […]John Otis in Bogotá
- Turkey bombs Kurdish-controlled city of Afrin in northern Syria January 21, 2018A spokesman for the YPG, which Turkey wants to clear from the area, says 10 people were killedTurkish jets have bombed the Kurdish-controlled city of Afrin in northern Syria, as the president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, promised to expand Turkey’s military border operations against a Kurdish group that has been the US’s key Syria ally in the war on Islamic State. […]Agencies in Turkey
- Young SPD activists in last-ditch bid to rule out Merkel deal January 20, 2018German party’s younger members think coalition would be disastrous moveGermany’s young social democrats are demanding a clean break with Angela Merkel’s conservatives before a crucial vote on Sunday that will decide the country’s political future.The SPD leadership, which unanimously backs entering a “grand coalition” with centre-right parties (the so-called […]Kate Connolly
- Women's marches protest Donald Trump on anniversary of inauguration – as it happened January 20, 2018Rolling coverage as protests against the president get under way – and Washington remains in grip of a government shutdown 10.02pm GMT We’re going to close our rolling coverage of the second Women’s March protests and the government shutdown with a summary of the day’s events. 9.52pm GMT Continue reading...Alan Yuhas
- The big dig: how the high cost of land is forcing Hong Kong into caverns January 22, 2018With the highest house prices in the world, and most of its land unbuildable, the city has found a new way to expand – by moving facilities into caves in the mountainsThere is a particular bridge in Hong Kong that offers spectacular views: the mouth of a river on one side, and near-identical rows of white apartment blocks and mountains on the other. No matte […]Benjamin Haas in Hong Kong
- 'Public transport is cool': new Adidas trainers double as Berlin transit passes January 16, 2018Hundreds queued for today’s release – with the €180 shoes doubling as €700+ transport tickets, it wasn’t just the usual sneakerheads Outside Overkill, a hip shoe store in Berlin’s Kreuzberg district, breakfast is being served: Mettbrötchen, minced raw pork on a bread roll. “This isn’t a hipster breakfast,” explains Julian Kalitta of Overkill. “It is typical […]Holly Young in Berlin
- Is this the beginning of the end of Trump's real estate empire? January 16, 2018The Trump name is being scrubbed off skylines from New York to Toronto to Rio as the brand backfiresIt takes all of 30 seconds for the doorman at Trump Place to kick me out of the building. “Ma’am, you need to leave,” he says, when I tell him I am a journalist. Then he practically shoves me out the marble lobby, back through the revolving doors .Tensions are […]Arwa Mahdawi in New York
- Aden in the spotlight: war-torn port city tries to dust itself off January 15, 2018Amid the carnage of the civil war, Aden is the only major city in Yemen looking open for business – but it still has a long way to goWith Yemeni president Abd-rabbu Mansour Hadi still in Saudi Arabia, the return of prime minister Ahmed Obeid bin Daghr to the port of Aden at the end of December underlined the interim capital’s importance. Amid the carnage of […]Phil Hoad
- On the Amazon’s lawless frontier, murder mystery divides the locals and loggers January 21, 2018The Ka’apor tribe fight a daily battle in Brazil’s Maranhão state to protect their forestsSairá Ka’apor patrolled one of the most murderous frontiers in the world, a remote and largely lawless region of the Brazilian Amazon where his indigenous community has fought for generations to protect their forest land.Armed with clubs, bows and arrows, GPS trackers a […]Jonathan Watts in Mananhão, Brazil
- UK Home Office tells stateless man: go home January 22, 2018Kafkaesque case sees man unable to stay in UK, but with no home country to return toA man who has been stateless for 31 years has been denied protection in the UK after the Home Office refused to accept he was originally from Palestine, despite advising him to return there on two occasions.Mohammed Al-Mustafa, 36, left Palestine at the age of five with his p […]Kate Lyons
- Government shutdown: Trump attacks Democrats and calls for 'nuclear option' January 21, 2018
AFTER THE KENYAN INTERVENTION IN SOMALIA
ETHIOPIA: FORCED RELOCATIONS BRING HUNGER, HARDSHIP
- DR Congo: Several deaths in anti-Kabila protests January 21, 2018At least six people are killed in a police crackdown on protests against President Joseph Kabila.
- Ethiopia Waldiya: Five killed by police at religious festival January 21, 2018Officers fired on a crowd that had reportedly begun shouting anti-government slogans.
- Football president George Weah puts Liberian army to the test January 20, 2018Ex-football pro George Weah challenges Liberia's army to a friendly before his inauguration.
- Nigeria: Kidnapped US and Canadian citizens freed January 20, 2018The group is found during a joint police and army operation after they were kidnapped on Wednesday.
- Kenya investigates 'sex attacks' on new mothers at hospital January 19, 2018The facility says claims new mothers were attacked on their way to feed their babies are "untrue".
- Museveni: Uganda may reintroduce executions January 19, 2018President Yoweri Museveni says he will "hang a few" people who took advantage of his "leniency".
- Zimbabwe opposition figure Roy Bennett dies in US helicopter crash January 18, 2018Roy Bennett, a farmer who became a thorn in the side of Robert Mugabe, is killed alongside his wife.
- South Africa: Cape Town slashes water use amid drought January 18, 2018Residents will be banned from using more than 50 litres of water a day from next month.
- Deported from Belgium, tortured in Sudan? January 21, 2018Has Belgium failed in its duty to protect asylum seekers?
- Who is George Weah, Liberia's new president? January 19, 2018How George Weah went from being the world's best footballer to the president of Liberia.
- Global Beats: Senegal's Jahseen January 19, 2018Senegalese musician Jahseen wants to challenge what people around the world consider to be Senegalese music.
- Zambia's traders protest at anti-cholera measures January 19, 2018Market traders in Zambia protest against government rules aimed at containing an outbreak of cholera.
- Fishermen's app: 'We can go direct to the consumer' January 19, 2018The app that's allowing Africa's fishermen to sell their catches directly to restaurants.
- Somali fisherwoman breaks boundaries in Mogadishu January 17, 2018Riyan Abukar Ali is determined to succeed as a fisherwoman in Somalia, in a trade dominated by men.
- CHAN 2018: Morocco miss penalty in draw with Sudan, Guinea win January 21, 2018Morocco top Group A at the African Nations Championship despite drawing 0-0 with Sudan, while Guinea edge out Mauritania 1-0.
- Andre Ayew: West Ham United reject Swansea City bid for forward January 21, 2018Swansea City have a bid rejected by West Ham United for their former forward Andre Ayew.
- 'Aubameyang will cost more than £50m' January 21, 2018Arsenal will need to pay well in excess of £50m to sign Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, sources close to the German club say.
- Tunisia to play World Cup warm-up game against Costa Rica January 21, 2018Tunisia confirm they will play Costa Rica in France in a friendly on 27 March as both nations prepare for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
- Gbolahan Peter Macjob: Nigeria's six-day Facebook engagement January 12, 2018"He is the most handsome man I've ever met and I liked him instantly."
- Tomi Oladipo: Africa's key security challenges for 2018 January 10, 2018Ongoing wars, terrorism and growing Western involvement in Africa are set to be key themes in 2018.
- DR Congo: Several deaths in anti-Kabila protests January 21, 2018
- Demonstrations Against Kabila in Congo Leave at Least 6 Dead January 21, 2018
- Resolving Who Owns What Land Lies at Heart of Zimbabwe’s Future January 20, 2018
- Trying to Defend President Trump’s Derision, Diplomatically January 20, 2018
- Sudan Jails Journalists in New Sign of Repression January 20, 2018
- Roy Bennett, White Zimbabwean With Black Political Base, Dies in U.S. Helicopter Crash January 19, 2018
- Gabon Says It Busted a Major Ivory Smuggling Network January 18, 2018
- Suicide Bombers Attack Market in Nigeria, Killing at Least 12 January 18, 2018
- Gunmen Kidnap 2 Americans and 2 Canadians in Nigeria January 17, 2018
- Books News: Lupita Nyong’o to Publish a Children’s Book January 18, 2018
- Keorapetse Kgositsile, 79, South African Poet and Activist, Dies January 17, 2018