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‘March of the sisterhood’ in May’s new Britain

As she settled into Number 10 yesterday, Theresa May appointed a ‘bold’ new cabinet. Around one-third of the jobs have been given to women. Could this be the most feminist government ever? The UK’s second female prime minister is known for taking on the police force, a tough stance on immigration, a disdain for David Cameron’s ‘chumocracy’ […]

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The meeting at Hargeisa Masalaha neighbour hood participated by cream quality of Somaliland leading by Professor Ismail Buubaa, Ali Sanyare and Ahmed Mire will generate new political shape in Somaliland politics internally & externally

The number of great persons that participated Masalaha neighbourhood meeting are architects and designers for very calculated deep rooted vision in Somaliland that will bring new shape politics. Great minds that participated above meetings brings makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow as where there is no […]

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Theresa May: meet the UK’s new prime minister

Britain has its 76th prime minister — and for only the second time, she is a woman. She has an image as an earnest politician with a grasp of detail. Is she the leader the country needs? Shortly before 5:30pm yesterday, Theresa May entered Buckingham Palace. The Queen asked her to form a government, and […]

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Cameron: the legacy of a ‘compassion ate’ Tory  Over

David Cameron’s six-year tenure as prime minister ends today. The man who promised a politics that benefits everyone leaves behind a country in turmoil. Is he a failure? Yesterday, David Cameron chaired his last ever cabinet meeting to a chorus of praise from his colleagues. An insider spoke of their ‘huge gratitude [for] what he’s […]

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Nelson Mandela hailed as greatest modern hero

  Peace maker: Mandela championed reconciliation between black and white Africans © Getty Images At 94, Nelson Mandela has arguably become the most revered figure of the 20th Century. Nation builder, freedom fighter and symbol of reconciliation, what is his legacy to the world? When Nelson Mandela was admitted to hospital with a lung infection […]

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Optimists welcome ‘brilliant crisis’ of Brexit

Then and now? Some compare Leave’s win to the US declaration of independence on July 4th 1776. The UK’s vote to leave the EU has shaken political and financial norms. The nation has entered a period of turmoil. But could this be the chance to change Britain radically for the better? ‘There is no plan. The […]

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Why the First Lady is in Africa

I see myself in these girls, I see my daughters in these girls, and I simply cannot walk away from them.” — First Lady Michelle Obama Imagine being told that you are not allowed to go to school. Imagine being told that an education — one of the most fundamental building blocks for a healthy, […]

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The Last Song :  A Civil War Leaves A Country With Three Armies

A Civil War Leaves A Country With Three Armies First July Is The Blackout That We Lost The Vision And Consciousness. We Don’t Want A Brother From Another Mother. Reading the desperate face of the layman on the street is my favourite book. Using his tongue as a pen inked with twisted tears, deep, deep […]

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More than 40 people from both gender and different ages, as the youngest victim aged 2 years old have been killed in Jama Dubad, a village affiliated to Gashamo district in the Somali Federal Region in Ethiopia. On one hand, some have described this sort of killing as a genocide action, and linked it to […]

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Road traffic crashes are the second leading cause of death globally among young people aged 5 to 29 years and the third leading cause of death among people aged 30 to 55 years. Road traffic crashes kill 1.2 million people every year and injure or disable as many as 50 million more. Yet, reports don’t […]

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