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London Don’t Let Hate Win………

According to eyewitnesses it was a deliberate attack against innocent Muslims and it should be classed as a terror attack, no doubt about that, … We the People Of Somaliland and Readers of Oodweynenews Media wish speedy recovery to those injured … نرجو الدعاء والشفاء العاجل للجريحى  اللهم ارفع عنهم واشفيهم  اللهم اجعل دمائهم فى […]

Grenfell Tower: email your MP

Dear Madame / Sir, The fire in Grenfell Tower is hard to stop thinking about. 79 people are missing, presumed dead. [1] It’s all the more heartbreaking when you know that this devastating fire was avoidable. The government were warned time and time again of the fire risks in blocks of flats like this. But these warnings […]

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Somalia: Trapping the tsetse fly to save livestock and income

A deadly epidemic disease that slows livestock weight gain, reduces milk and meat production, and causes infertility and abortion has infested South central Somalia. The tsetse fly lives along the rivers Shabelle and Juba where it thrives in the region’s trees, bushes and high humidity. The fly is a carrier of trypanosomiasis disease, which has […]

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New displacement figures: 65.6 million people forced to flee

Uganda receives most new refugees worldwide Uganda received the largest number of new refugees last year, more than half a million people. “The system protecting refugees will collapse if we do not step up our support to countries like Uganda. The richest and most stable countries from Europe to the US do their uttermost to […]

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Amnesty International condemns high cost of Gulf crisis on human rights for Qatari citizens And beyond…

Amnesty International has warned of the “heartbreak and fear” being suffered by potentially thousands of ordinary individuals because of the political dispute in the Gulf that has isolated Qatar.     Amnesty International warned on Saturday of the “heartbreak and fear” being suffered by potentially thousands of ordinary individuals because of the political dispute in the […]

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United Nations Rejects Saudi Arabia’s List Of So Called Qatari ‘Terrorists’

The United Nations has rejected a list complied by Saudi Arabia and three other countries of alleged Qatar terrorists, saying that the global governing body is “only bound by the sanctions lists put together by UN organs.”     The list includes several Qatari charities and humanitarian aid organizations.   Saudi Arabia has launched a […]

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HOW AFRICA REACTED ON SOMALI PRESIDENT´S DECISION  TO REJECT 80 MILLION US DOLLARS FROM SAUDI ARABIA.

Somali Hub Muqdisho- When Somali President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo rejected an offer of 80 million  US Dollars to sever diplomatic relations with the state of Qadar, reactions to the president`s courageous decision of reacting of Saudi Arabia`s conditional aid were not limited to Somalia. Across Africa, people reacted on what Somalia`s decision means for Africa […]

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U.S. Leadership Was Better Under President Obama .. Senator John McCain Says

Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) slammed the foreign policy of President Donald Trump and even compared him to former President Barack Obama. The Guardian newspaper asked McCain what message Trump was sending the United Kingdom when he criticized London Mayor Sadiq Khan after the June 3 terror attackwhich left eight dead and dozens wounded. “What do you think the message is? The message is that America doesn’t […]

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Stop dangerous “Trump  ification” of regional politics in Persian Gulf .

Escalating a feud among Persian Gulf monarchs, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates on Friday listed 59 people and a dozen organizations said to have links to Qatar, including prominent Qatari businessmen, politicians and royalty, as aiding terrorism. The move came on the same day the United States sent mixed messages about the deepening […]

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Corrupted Somaliland Parliament

Somaliland Parliament—the House of Elders and the House of Representatives—constantly criticize the government for corruption, mismanagement and postponement of presidential elections, and rightly so. But their criticism would have been plausible if they themselves are clean from corruption and postponement of their own reelection. Elders and Representatives engage in corrupted practices in many ways: they […]

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