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Subject:  	Speech of the Minister at the World Press Freedom Day Event From:  	“Ministry of Information, Culture & Tourism”  Date:  	Sun, May 3, 2015 4:37 am

Subject: Speech of the Minister at the World Press Freedom Day Event From: “Ministry of Information, Culture & Tourism” Date: Sun, May 3, 2015 4:37 am

  ->Speech ->H.E. Mohamed Abdi Hayir (Mareye) ->Minister of Information, Culture & Tourism ->Seminar on Freedom of Expression and Journalists’ Rights in State-building in Somalia ->03 – 05 May 2015, Mogadishu<- Distinguished participants, Ladies & Gentlemen, A Salaamu Aleykum Warahmatullah Wa Barakaat. It is a great honor for me to attend this very important Seminar […]

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NUSOJ Condemns the Murder of Radio Journalist and His Wife in Southern Somalia

    Mogadishu, May 1, 2015 | The National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ) condemns the brutal murder against a Somali journalist and his wife in the town of Baidoa, 270km Southwest of Mogadishu on early of Thursday morning on 30 April, 2015, becoming the first journalist to be slain in Somalia this year. Unknown […]

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Cardiff council’s decision to recognise Republic of Somaliland comes under fire from members of city’s Somali community

Cardiff Council agreed to recognise Somaliland as a sovereign state at a meeting in City Hall in March 1 May 2015- By Philip Dewey  | Cardiff full council meeting: Pontcanna / Somaliland Members of the Somali community in Cardiff have criticised a motion by Cardiff Council to recognise Somaliland as a sovereign state. The council passed […]

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After Somalia’s famine, hunger persists

AFP – By Tristan McConn | Mogadishu (AFP) – At a hospital in Mogadishu’s Yaqshid district, children suffering from severe acute malnutrition, worsened by stomach and chest infections, are receiving treatment that is likely saving their young lives. Three years have elapsed since famine killed more than a quarter of a million people in Somalia […]

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April 30, 2015 by Guest Blogger for John Campbell Policemen guard the bus ferrying rescued students from the Garissa University as it arrives at Nyayo stadium in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, April 4, 2015. (Thomas Mukoya/Courtesy Reuters) This is a guest post by Alex Dick-Godfrey, Assistant Director, Studies administration for the Council on Foreign Relations Studies […]

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Kenya backpedals on closure of Somali refugee camp

NAIROBI, 29 April 2015 (IRIN) – Kenya appears to have softened its stance on the imminent closure of a camp hosting more than a third of a million Somali refugees, weeks after the deputy president announced it would happen within three months, as he reacted to the massacre at Garissa University. “While we are committed […]

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Samatar iyo Sooyaalka noloshii Silloonayd, Q2aad.

Muqdisho | QOL | April 30, 2015  – Samatar wuxuu galay  gu’gii 7aad shalay wuxuu ahaa gaban awood darran oo aan u dulqaadan karin, silica iyo darxumada,  dhinaciisu maanta waa qabatimay kartoonka iyo jiifka Alwaaxa kabadhada qaadka, sidoo kale huwashada jawaannada iyo maryaha kale uskaga badan oo waqtigii uu yaraa  ee noloshan qalafsan ku soo […]

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Kenya’s sorrow: the U.S. connection

by: CONN HALLINAN  april 29 2015 The systematic murder of 147 Kenyan university students by members of the Somalia-based Shabab organization on April 2 is raising an uncomfortable question: Was the massacre an unintentional blowback from U.S. anti-terrorism strategy in the region? And were the killers forged by an ill-advised American-supported Ethiopian invasion that transformed the radical […]

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  By: Gwynne Dyer  Posted: 04/28/2015 | “What’s emerging is what we need, which is a comprehensive plan, going after the criminal gangs, going after the traffickers, going after the owners of the boats … and stabilizing the countries from which these people are coming.” And when you have finished “stabilizing” Syria, Somalia and Libya, […]

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Somali History in Focus – THE UNION OF SOMALILAND AND SOMALIA LAW

Reproduced by MOHAMED OSMAN OMAR. DEAR READERS, PLEASE NOTE: This is a copy from the original reprint. We express our apology for any typing error or involuntary omission. Source: THE SOMALILAND GAZETTE   THE SOMALILAND GAZETTE Published under the authority of the Council of Ministers  _________ Vol.1, No. 3, HARGEISA, 5th July, 1960. TABLE OF CONTENTS SUPPLEMENT […]

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