Prof Farah Elmi Gedole

SOMALILAND: Government Gears up For Meaningful Education

By Abdiqani Muse Jama ( indho Shaahle) Education is vital in any country of the world and Somaliland is no exception. The ministry of education in Somaliland bears responsibility to ... Continue Reading →
University of Hargeisa

SOMALILAND: University of Hargeisa Needs Immediate Long Term Plan

By Abdirahman Omar Hussein Since its foundation on 27 September 200 the University of Hargeisa is wrestling with internal scuffle based on mismanagement, corruption power contest and ... Continue Reading →
Justice Adam

The Supreme Court Ruling: A Judicial Phenomenon That Was Good News for All

By Mohamed Ahmed Abdi Ba’aluul The recent activities launched It is not only impressive that the Supreme Court dared to rule against the government, but also opposition initiating ... Continue Reading →
Dahbshil Mogadishu

SOMALIA: “Country Achieves Key Economic Data Milestone”-IMF

Somalia should focus on strengthening the key building blocks for stability and growth as it recovers from more than two decades of civil war, the IMF says in its first review of the ... Continue Reading →
Ismael Shirwac

Being Intellectual in Somaliland Is Forbidden by Tribalistic Ideologies!

By: Ahmed Mohamed Hungurilacase Ismael Shirwac lives in Hargaisa Somaliland. He is one of the most brilliant Somaliland youth I have ever come across with. Possibilities are endless ... Continue Reading →
Yusuf Garas

SOMALILAND: Government-Led Fundraising Project for Hussein-Hoog Basketball Stadium Construction Draws Nearly $100k in One Day

By Abdirisak Itaqile Hargeisa, (Somaliland Monitor) -Nearly $100,000 has been raised for the construction of a new Basketball stadium in a government-led fundraising event held Sunday ... Continue Reading →
saif al islam

LIBYA: Son of Muammar el-Qaddafi Sentenced to Death

By David D. Kirkpatrickjuly CAIRO — A court in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, on Tuesday sentenced Seif al-Islam el-Qaddafi, a son of the former dictator Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi, to ... Continue Reading →
faisal kibar

Seeking a Better Life: From London to Somaliland

Jamal Osman reports on the boom in Somaliland attracting migrants seeking jobs and opportunities from Yemen, Ethiopia – and London. Faisal Kiber used to be an estate agent in ... Continue Reading →
shabab rebels

Somalis: After the Terror

By Abdirahman Mohamed Dirye Somalis are at the front in the fight against terror. The Kenyans’ view, however, according to the Newsweek article, “After Garissa, Kenyans and Somalis ... Continue Reading →
jazera hotel palace

How Europe Exports Terrorism: Somalia Terror Bomber Born in Germany

By Oliver Lane One of Somalia’s only five-star hotels was all-but destroyed at the weekend by a suicide bomber, who has been revealed by Somali security sources as one of an increasing ... Continue Reading →
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