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Yurub Geynyo, A Body With Two Souls Stay Where You Are, You Are Good To Be There

You are two souls in one body. One must come out, the other must be disembodied. You must decide and be determined to remove yourself from the feelings of hopelessness. This feeling is a temporary disease. In this present regime of Mr.Silanyo, I always have an intuition that all things will fall apart and will […]

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Who is a war criminal in the former ‘Republic of Somalia’?

Somalia seems ending its 24 year old conflict, began to accuse some ex-combatants of war crimes and regard others “clannish Heroes” of the highest honor and even martyrs. Despite absence of independent war crime tribunal for the architects of Somalia’s deadly war like Rwanda’s community courts locally known “Gacaca” or South Africa’s Truth Commission. This […]

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Is there any room for the weary and frustrated Somali families in the diaspora in Farmaajos national plans?

Somalis have come to the western countries with nothing but raw material, their children. With the arrival of industrial revolution, the need of raw material have become a main issue and many of the industrialized countries which were leading that revolution at the beginning started searching for a raw material by annexing wherever they supposed […]

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‘Where is the help?’: black tea and dark despair as Somalia edges closer to famine

On a rock-hard dust bowl of barren land outside the Somali town of Caynabo, more than a thousand people have pitched up makeshift shelters as they figure out how to survive. Searing drought has all but destroyed their pastoral lifestyle and now it threatens to kill them.       https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2017/mar/10/somalia-edges-closer-to-famine-where-is-the-help-black-tea-dark-despair

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PIONEERING SOMALILAND JOURNALIST LOOKS BEYOND PRESENT-DAY HORIZONS By Abdikadir Askar, Communications Lead

Somaliland’s pioneering first woman print journalist urges other women to believe in themselves and look for new horizons to break the mould of male-dominated media.   “It is what you think about yourself that makes you who you are,” says Fahma Yusuf Essa.   “I ask many young ladies out there in Somaliland who want to […]

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Somali female presidential hopeful defies critics and vows to stay in politics

By Adela Suliman   LONDON, March 8 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Casting her bright yellow scarf over her golden Somali “dirac” gown, Fadumo Dayib speaks in a hushed tone. But as the first woman to run for president in Somalia, she means to be heard. “The more I get threats, the more I get insults […]

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If  Somaliland  Become  Disqaulified  Demecoracy Who  Is  An  Productive,  We  Have To   Return  Our  Somali  Culture  System, Realy  This  May  Lead  Political  Problem.  Written:  Abdirahman  Zaied  Farah  (Jeesto).

Somaliland political crisis this is the name I used  , because until 1996 when the president Cigal was elected by house of elders , Somaliland adopt Democratic system of government , and this  system is completely against Somali culture and system of leadership in Somalia society, In Somali culture before and during  colonization the clan […]

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Somaliland: A President For Life? A Parliament Forever?  By: Ahmed Kheyre

Today, the Somaliland House of Elders, ” Guurti”, extended the mandate of President Ahmed Mohamed Mohamud “Silaanyo” until December, 2017. The presidential elections scheduled for 2015, pushed to 2016, and then again to 2017, have been delayed once a again, until, December, 2017. Does any Somalilander expect these elections to be held at all? Even more egregiously, the […]

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Geopolitical Time Bomb: Chaos In Somaliland Could Trigger Regional Conflict

The broader conflicts around control of the Red Sea and its littorals are being played out in the new aspects of the transformation of the Republic of Somaliland, which dominates the southern coastline of the Red Sea mouth into the Indian Ocean, but which also remains internationally unrecognized. At its core, the collapse of governance […]

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Geopolitical Time Bomb: Chaos In Somaliland Could Trigger Regional Conflict

The broader conflicts around control of the Red Sea and its littorals are being played out in the new aspects of the transformation of the Republic of Somaliland, which dominates the southern coastline of the Red Sea mouth into the Indian Ocean, but which also remains internationally unrecognized. At its core, the collapse of governance […]

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