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A Strategy to Save Somaliland The Disease & the Cure

There is a tide in the affairs of men. Which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune; Omitted, all the voyage of their life Is bound in shallows and in miseries.     Introduction The quotation above from a discussion between Brutus and Cassius in Julius Caesar (Act 4, Scene 3) concerning how to […]

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Press release: Communique of Consultative Process Conference

A three day Consultative Process Conference that began on the 19th of September concluded today in Mogadishu. The Conference convened the President of the Federal Government of Somalia Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, the Speaker of the Federal Parliament Mohamed Osman Jawari, The Prime Minister of the Federal Government Omar Sharmarke, President of Puntland Regional Government Dr. […]

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ACADEMIC ESSAY: The Relationship Between Structure and Agency on How Foucault and Bourdieu Conceptualised

Introduction According to Debra Marshal (2012), there are two basic types of Sociological Perspective that sociologists use in their work for every single day and every single research they do. The first perspective is the Micro perspective, which looks at small-scale interactions between individuals, such as conversations and group dynamics. This micro prospective also looks […]

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What matters to your constituency?  Adam Ahmed Adam

At the year of 2002 Somaliland held the first local municipality election. People went polls to shape the direction of their communities by choosing the city councilors to positively enhance the socioeconomic values and wellbeing of the people they representin fixed term. The city councilors have the mandate of the central government to levy taxes […]

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Somaliland is suffering today an overwhelming administrative corruption and rampant bribery that have not been experienced before. By: Abdihakeem Mussa Ali

Somaliland is suffering today an overwhelming administrative corruption and rampant bribery that have not been experienced before. The current administration is now conducting massive embezzlement of the public funds and the international aids as well. Nepotism and favoritism are the two common known phenomena observed in Somaliland today which reflects the gloomy image of administrative […]

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The son of the ruler of Dubai dies at 33

(CNN)The son of the ruler of Dubai died of a heart attack Saturday morning, state-run WAM news agency reported. Sheikh Rashid bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum was 33. Al Maktoum’s funeral will be held Saturday, when a three-day mourning period will start in Dubai. He was the eldest son of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid […]

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Somali cllr attacks Ukip in rousing speech

(Medeshi)- Somaliland-born councillor Hibaq Jama was greeted by rapturous applause after she attacked Ukip and Conservative councillors for their stances on the refugee crisis. Jama, councillor for Lawrence Hill who came to Britain with her family when she was two years old as a refugee fleeing civil war, accused the Micheal Frost (Ukip) and Richard Eddy (Conservative) of […]

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7 Somali soldiers executed for killing businessmen

(Medeshi)- Seven Somali soldiers, were executed in the port city of Kismayo on Friday after a court found them guilty of killing two businessmen. Somalia top government official said on condition of anonymity, that the soldiers were accused of deliberately killing the two men on Thursday outside Kismayo. The official said government would give detail […]

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Water scarcity ” The Utmost Contemporary Problem in Somaliland”

Introduction Water is absolutely paramount to life as we know it. It is difficult even to imagine a form of life that might exist without water. There is no life without water. Water takes a vital role in human health, economic and sustainability of ecosystem. All the living components in this planet desperately need water […]

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Rights of Parents over Children In Islam

The favors that parents give to their children are uncountable and nothing else can be compared with. Parents look after their children for many years to make sure that they grow up well and good and succeed in both worlds. They provide love, food, protection, clothing, housing, education (both religious and worldly), and training with […]

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