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و ن للبا س اهل الجنىة , و ا عمالهم اعما ل الشيا طيينن Wearing The Dresses of The Paradise People And Committing Satanic Evil Deeds. The Sick Man Of Hargeisa, Khadar, The Ambassador of Poverty

As an octogenarian old man, whenever I make up my mind to retire of the lust of the World of materialism and flesh, and to take the trend of the spiritual values. An alien like Khadar the Ambassador of poverty obstructs and blocks my way out. Tickles my throat and act as a fly running […]

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Why Somaliland Dryland Agriculture Research?

The Aburin Agricultural Station was established as a center of Dryland agricultural research and training during the British rule of Somaliland. Later, during both the civil and military governments of Somalia, Aburin continued to function as an agricultural research and farmer training center. Selection of Aburin as Somaliland’s Dry land agricultural research and training station […]

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Un abrazo muy fuerte .​…. Our Condolences to Spain

We The People of Somaliland and Oodweynenews Media readers want to send our condolences and all our support to the families and friends of the victims of the terrible attack in our beloved Barcelona , … Someone said : ” Barcelona ciudad de paz. El terror no conseguirá que dejemos de ser quien somos: ciudad […]

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Charlottesville Trump’s Waterloo

  You don’t need to describe Mr. Trump the bigot late Mrs. Maya Angelo once said to Oprah Winfrey “When people show you who they are, believe them…….When a person says to you, ‘I’m selfish,’ or ‘I’m mean’ or ‘I am unkind,’ believe them “They know themselves much better than you do. ….. Mr. Trump […]

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Press Release: WHO and Federal Ministry of Health of Somalia Call for Urgent Support to Address Measles Outbreak in Somalia

16 August 2017 – As millions of people in Somalia remain trapped in a devastating cycle of hunger and disease, WHO and health partners are working with national health authorities to save lives and reach the most vulnerable with essential health services. More than 2 years of insufficient rainfall and poor harvests have led to drought, […]

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Somalia celebrates 3 years polio-free: WHO urges continued caution

An event attended by the President of Somalia, parliamentarians, delegates from the Somali Ministry of Health, World Health Organization and UNICEF, was held in Mogadishu today to mark a milestone occasion: three years since the detection of the last case of wild poliovirus in the country. Speaking at the event, WHO’s Regional Director for the […]

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REPORT THE BIGGEST THREAT OF SOMALILAND ELECION PROCCESS IS THE VOILATION OF ELECTION RULES AND REGULATIONS

BACKGROUND Somaliland voter cards registration process for the upcoming presidential elected scheduled on November 13, 2017 enters the last and third stage. The distribution of cards started 12th August 2017 at Sool and Sanaag regions, east of Somaliland to finalize the process. The registration will continue 28 days to provide the already registered citizens an […]

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Up To 50 Migrants Killed Off Coast Of Yemen After Smuggler Forces Them Overboard The average age of migrants on board was 16.

As many as 50 Somali and Ethiopian migrants and refugees drowned off Yemen’s coast after a smuggler threw more than 120 of them overboard from their boat into torrential waters, the United Nations said Wednesday. The tragedy occurred early Wednesday morning local time and was discovered by staff from the U.N.’s International Organization for Migration later that […]

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New Agriculture Research and Extension Center at Aburin established to enhance food security In Somaliland.

Somaliland’s economy is heavily dependent on agriculture comprising both livestock and crops. While pastoral communities in the country rely on livestock keeping to earn their basic livelihoods, agro pastoral communities in all regions of the country grow crops and simultaneously raise livestock to reduce vulnerability to environmental shocks such as droughts or even flash floods […]

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Somaliland Community in the US meets Mandela Washington Fellows

The Somaliland Community in the United States of America warmly welcomed Somaliland Mandela Washington Fellows in Washington DC.   Jamal Y. Daroor, the chairman of the Community and other members invited the fellows who have been in the US as part of 1, 000 young African leaders who are Mandela Washington Fellows.   The Mandela […]

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