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SOMALILAND: “Union with Somalia has Ceased to Exist” -Shukri Harir

By M.A. Egge The nation and the flag of what used to be the union of Somalia has aborted and ceased to exist. The sentiment were given by the Deputy Information Minister Hon. Shukri Harir hence testified to the fact that since SL re-asserted her independence were fruits started to be borne and witnessed. “Of...
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KENYA: Parents’ Agony As Two Students Join Al -Shabab

By Cyrus Ombati and Kipchumba Some Two university students, one of them the son of a senior government official, are believed to have abandoned their studies and joined the Al-Shabaab terror group in Somalia. Mahmoud Ahmed, a second year Bachelor of Science student at the University of Nairobi (UoN),...
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Refugees from Yemen’s Conflict Put Heavy Strain on Fragile Somaliland

By Katie Riordan The conflict in Yemen has driven thousands of refugees across the Gulf of Aden to Somaliland placing a great financial and social strain on the fragile region. Since the war escalated in March, close to 5,000 refugees – as of mid-June – have landed in Somaliland, which declared...
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Yemenis: From Hosts to Refugees

By Sabria Al-Thawr In the past, refugee issues in Yemen were centered on the hundreds of thousands of African refugees fleeing to Yemen. This refugee influx was a burden on an already impoverished country and taxed its fragile economic conditions over two decades. As the only signatory to the 1951 Refugee...
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SOMALILAND: Brigadier Fadal Once Again Warns of His Impostors on Facebook

By Abdirisak Itaqile Hargeisa, (Somaliland Monitor) -Police Commissioner Brigadier Abdilahi Fadal Iman have once again warned the public against the activities of a fraudster who operate with Facebook page created with his name. Brigadier Fadal has also denied the existence of a Facebook page run by...
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Somalia Political Strategies Benefit Somalia President, Aim to Cripple Somaliland

By Magan Ibrahim The Deteriorating nature of the relationship between the ineffective Somalia Federal Government and its states such as Jubaland and Puntland and the creation of new controversial Cadaado administration seem to complicate whatever little efforts currently present to stabilize that country. The...
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The Need to Re-Examine the Political Discourse in Somaliland

By Dr. Ali Osman I am neither a political scientist nor a sociologist, but my expertise is the in the field of education. As a social scientist, I do not deal with hearsay, but require empirical data to make informed decisions reading different Somaliland websites, listening to different interviews and...
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SOMALILAND: The Unethical Practices of Bashe Awil, President Silanyo’s Son-In-Law

By Osman Awad It is not a bombshell to nominate the son-in-law as representative to United Arab Emirates as he has been committing unethical, as well as conflict of interest, since President Siilaanyo was elected. The son-in-law of the president has had an office in the presidential palace. He does not...
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SOMALILAND: Waddani Party Warns Against Recruiting Fighters For Saudi-Led Coalition Fighting against Houthis In Yemen

Hargeisa, (Somaliland Monitor) -The Waddani opposition party’s planning secretary, Abdirashid Riyo-Ra’a has warned the Somaliland government against the purportedly the recruitment of fighters for the Yemeni war against the Houthis. Mr. Riyo’Ra’a exclusively speaking to Hadhwanaagnews said “We...
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Living At the ‘Mercy of the Rain’ in Somaliland

By Katie Riordan Hargeisa, Somaliland -  It has been particularly dry this year in parts of Somaliland, the internationally unrecognised nation-state that broke away from Somalia in 1991. Small, frequent droughts have left the land and its inhabitants parched. On a bumpy single-track dirt road just...
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