Costarica: mons. Guillen a L'Osservatore Romano, disuguaglianze ...Servizio Informazione ReligiosaPer quest'ultima sono anche occasioni per rivedere la pastorale e cercare nuove modalità per annunciare il Vangelo. Ne parla in un'intervista a L'Osservatore Romano, in occasione della visita ad limina apostolorum della Conferenza episcopale […]
Formiche.netCosa c'è scritto nel falso Osservatore Romano contro Papa ...Formiche.netSarcasmo sul Papa con un finto Osservatore Romano. Chi rema contro nella Curia di Francesco?In Vaticano si indaga sul falso Osservatore Romano - Il MessaggeroIl MessaggeroNuovo giallo in Vaticano, falsa copia Osservatore Romano ...Giornale del PopoloFINTO OSSERVATORE RO […]
Farodiroma (Comunicati Stampa)Osservatore RomanoFarodiroma (Comunicati Stampa)Lo si legge in un comunicato ufficiale della Segreteria di Stato. La nota arriva dopo che un falso Osservatore Romano è stato fatto circolare principalmente attraverso il web. “Una brutta copia, il nostro giornale è fatto meglio, non è un latino ...
L'Osservatore Romano: sul settimanale in edicola oggi articoli di ...Servizio Informazione Religiosa“Nudo come Gesù crocifisso” è il titolo dell'articolo di monsignor Domenico Sorrentino, vescovo di Assisi-Nocera Umbra-Gualdo Tadino, pubblicato su Il Settimanale de “L'Osservatore Romano” in edicola oggi. Nel suo contributo il presule spiega di […]
Il Secolo d'ItaliaL'Osservatore Romano con sgomento: «Trump non si ferma ...Il Secolo d'Italia«Trump non si ferma». Lo sottolinea con sgomento l'Osservatore Romano in un servizio nel quale riferisce delle decisioni del presidente americano.altro »
AGI - Agenzia Giornalistica ItaliaFalso Osservatore e manifesti anti-Papa: cosa succede in Vaticano?AGI - Agenzia Giornalistica ItaliaPoca misericordia? Ma cosa sta succedendo in Vaticano? L'ultima trovata degli oppositori del Papa è stato un falso Osservatore Romano, sostanzialmente una ...Papa, torna la fronda anti-Francesco: un falso Osservatore via […]
Servizio Informazione ReligiosaL'Osservatore Romano: mons. Carballo, “discernimento” e ...Servizio Informazione Religiosa"La vita consacrata nel suo insieme è un corpo che gode di buona salute". A tracciare il bilancio è l'arcivescovo José Rodríguez Carballo, segretario della.«Discernimento e «formazione» per prevenire gli abbandoniAvveni […]
Terremoto: Card. Bassetti su Osservatore Romano, “Italia paese di ...Servizio Informazione ReligiosaL'Italia è senza dubbio il paese della fragile bellezza. E, al tempo stesso, di una speranza mai doma. Il terremoto che nei giorni scorsi ha di nuovo colp.altro »
Farodiroma (Comunicati Stampa)Gabbani, Mannoia, Osservatore Romano, SanremoFarodiroma (Comunicati Stampa)Vivendo fuori Italia da ormai vent'anni, da religioso, non sono solito seguire il festival di Sanremo. Ma per ragioni di predicazione ho voluto seguire un certo numero di canzoni dei big e già nella penultima serata, l'unica che ho seguito, due […]
Meteo WebScoperta Esopianeti, il direttore della Specola Vaticana: “vita ...Meteo WebE' quanto scrive sull'Osservatore Romano l'astonomo gesuita Guy Consolmagno direttore della Specola Vaticana, osservando che “con l'annuncio della scoperta di sette pianeti paragonabili alla Terra che orbitano intorno alla stella Trappist-1, la nostra ... […]
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — A Philippine court issued an arrest warrant on drug charges Thursday for an opposition senator and former top human rights official who is one of the most vocal critics of President Rodrigo Duterte and his deadly[...]
Amy Goodman, Denis MoynihanAnne Frank would be 87 years old had she not perished in Bergen-Belsen, a Nazi concentration camp in Germany. What words of wisdom might she offer the Trump administration as it crafts its latest iteration of its Muslim and refugee ban? Anne Frank is known for her famous diary, written while she and her family hid from the Gestapo […]
Source: Reuters - Thomson Reuters Foundation Country: Pakistan Second attack in Lahore in two weeks: a suicide bombing on Feb. 13 killed 13 people and wounded more than 80 at a protest. By Mubashir Bukhari LAHORE, Pakistan, Feb 23 (Reuters) - A bomb blast in an upscale shopping centre in Pakistan's eastern city of Lahore killed at least 10 people on[... […]
Source: UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Shelter Cluster Country: Somalia Introduction and background to the drought The humanitarian situation in Somalia is rapidly deteriorating and renewed famine is a strong possibility in 2017. This[...]
Source: Voice of America Country: Colombia Las FARC enviaron al jefe de la misión de la ONU en Colombia, Jean Arnault, una carta en la que le piden que se replantee el calendario de entrega de las armas debido a los retrasos en la adecuación de las zonas veredales transitorias de normalización (ZVTN), en las que están reunidos los guerrilleros. "Dentro […]
Source: UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Shelter Cluster Country: Kenya, Somalia, Yemen The Shelter Clusters’ main target population was previously restricted to the internally displaced populations. However, since the beginning of the year 2016, the refugee[...]
Source: UN High Commissioner for Refugees Country: Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Syrian Arab Republic, Turkey 1,599.0 M required for 2017 - Includes USD 1,261,527,329 requested by UNHCR under the 3RP Regional[...]
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Finland Ambassador to Ethiopia Helena Airaksinen said that Ethiopia has made good progress in terms of economic development."Finland is also keen on expanding economic cooperation with Ethiopia." In an exclusive interview with The Ethiopian Herald, Amb. Helena Airaksinen said Finland and Ethiopia have been working together in rural economic develop […]
Time to breathe new life into the WTO process. Agriculture plays a critical role in climate change – it is both a cause and a victim of it. And it plays a key role in the implementation of most of the SDGs. "We must get the sustainable development goals right, but we must also get trade in agriculture right, and we look to the EU to lead the way here […]
DHL Express, the world’s leading international express services provider, has announced the launch of On Demand Delivery for the Sub Saharan Africa (SSA) region in response to significant growth in premium cross-border e-commerce volumes. According to a statement from DHL Express, the On Demand Delivery is currently deployed in six markets across SSA – South […]
20 Agronomists have been certified by GhanaVeg through Wageningen University & Research for successfully graduating from the first GhanaVeg Agronomy Training of Trainers. The Graduation ceremony took place at the La Palm Royal Beach Hotel on February 16, during the GhanaVeg Business Platform Meeting. Certificates were handed out to the graduates by the N […]
Guyana says it will sign the Voluntary Partnership Agreement (VPA) under the European Union Forest Law Enforcement Governance and Trade (EU/FLEGT) initiative, which Georgetown adopted in 2003. The VPA will result in Guyana having access to more lucrative markets in the European Union (EU) for its timber products. It will also see improved governance at all l […]
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Dr.Ibrahim H. Abukar For President
Victory at all costs, victory in spite of all terror, victory however long and hard the road may be; for without victory, there is no survival.
“Non Paper” to end the Somali transition
Xaqiiqada Batroolka Somalia ku Jira
Wargeyska The Observer ayaa shalay qoray in Madaxda Soomaalida ee ka qeyb galay shirkii London ay la kulmeen madax reer Britain ah iyo madaxda shirkado waaweyn oo bartoolka soo saara..Andrew Mitchell: Waxba kama jiraan haba yaraatee.Wargeyska The Observer ee ka soo baxa magaaladan London ayaa boggiisa hore ku qoray cinwaan "Britain waxa ay hogaamineysaa orod loogu jiro shidaal ka soo saaridda Soomaaliya". Laakiin dowladda Britain ayaa arrintaasi beenisay, oo ku tilmaantay in aanay waxba ka jirin isla markaana wax dan ganacsi ah ka lahayn Soomaaliya. Dowladda Soomaaliya ayaa iyana sheegtay in wax shidaal qodis ah aanay kala hadlin madaxda Britain intii ay wada hadalka u joogeen Soomaaliya. Wareysi uu siiyay barnaamij subaxda Axada ka baxa Idaacadda telefishinka ayaa waxaa uu arrintaas wax laga weydiiyey, Wasiirka Horumarinta iyo Gar-Gaarka Dibadda ee dalkan Britan, Andrew Mitchel. Waxaana uu sheegay in Shirkadaha dalkan Britan iyo dawlada Britishku aanay dooneyn shidaalka Soomaaliya, Wasiirku waxaa uu sheegay in aanay taas waxba ka jirin.
National Economist And Political Analyst
In response to the “letter to the Diaspora” By the Prime Minister
R/wasaare Gaas Oo Dalbaday $10-Billion
FARSHAXAN waa guurow ka hadlaya horumarka farsamada.
kibirkii Maxaa Helay ?
In dalka laga dhigo Federal ku salaysan 18kii gobol ee horay u jiray..
This week, as part the UK’s Presidency of the G8, Foreign Ministers will meet to discuss the need to encourage the International Financial Institutions (IFIs) to re-engage in Somalia. The G8 countries are some of the largest shareholders in both the World Bank and the IMF. As a result, the UK is using its Presidency […]
Last Thursday, the Federal Government of Somalia, together with the UK, hosted the latest meeting with a number of key international partners in Mogadishu. The location was significant. This was the first time such a meeting had been held in Mogadishu since the Federal Government came to power last year. It was a real demonstration […]
International Women’s Day is a global opportunity to celebrate and promote the rights of women. It is a chance for all of us, men and women, to unite under a single, common aim – gender equality. This is particularly pertinent in Somalia. Everyone in Somalia has suffered from decades of often unrelenting conflict. But Somalia’s […]
In the lead up to International Women’s Day on Friday, we are featuring the stories of women who work for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office as guest posts across the FCO bloggers’ network. Jane Stevens and Tracey McLelland are a successful job sharing duo who are part of the communications team working on the upcoming […]
A year ago, few predicted that Somalia would see such significant changes; yet 2012 saw some real progress in Somalia – including the end of the Transition; a new Parliament (with a significant number of new MPs); the election of a new, reform-minded Speaker and President and a desire for a different type of politics. […]
Earlier this year, the British Foreign Secretary William Hague MP, announced a new initiative to prevent sexual violence against women. It aims to strengthen international efforts and coordination to prevent and respond to sexual violence, to erode the existing culture of impunity, to increase the number of perpetrators brought to justice and to support stat […]
So the final piece of the post-Transition jigsaw has finally fallen into place. Prime Minister Abdi Farah Shirdon’s 10-person Council of Minister is now approved – overwhelmingly – by Parliament and with it, the final act of a two-month process to find Somalia’s new leaders. Put before Parliament last week, their near-unanimous approval of the […] […]
Yesterday, Somalia marked a major milestone in its recent history. After two decades of civil war, and a year after the Roadmap was agreed, the Transitional Period finally concluded with the election by MPs of new President Hassan Sheikh Mohamoud. This was the first such election inside Somalia for many years and came just weeks after […]
On Monday, Somalia marked a significant milestone in its history. Twenty years after the country fell into conflict, a new Federal Parliament was inaugurated – paving the way to end the Transition in the next few days, and opening the first legislature to be formed inside Somalia since 1991. This is a huge achievement, both for the […]
The following is a guest blog by Fionna Gibb, Deputy Head of Mission at the British Office for Somalia. As Ambassador Matt Baugh is on leave, last Friday I had the pleasure of hosting the British Office for Somalia’s reception in Mogadishu to celebrate the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics. As the sun set […]
New York TimesHassan Ali Khaire, an Oil Executive, Is Picked to Be Somalia's Prime MinisterNew York TimesSomalia's new president, Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, lost little time in nominating a prime minister, as his country works to right itself under a new government after a quarter-century of conflict, terrorism and devastating drought. In a first f […]
UN News CentreTackling hunger crises in South Sudan, Somalia, Nigeria and Yemen requires $4.4 billion – UNUN News Centre22 February 2017 – Sounding the alarm on behalf of more than 20 million people in South Sudan, Somalia, Yemen, and north-east Nigeria facing devastating levels of food insecurity, Secretary-General António Guterres joined other top United N […]
QuartzSomalia is a leader in mobile money but still wants to print its first cash notes in 25 yearsQuartzAfter a few years of relative stability and successful elections, Somalia's new government hopes to reverse all that. Buoyed by donors, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank, the country now wants to resume printing banknotes this […]
CBC.caAsylum seeker says husband, mother were killed on wedding day in SomaliaCBC.caThe 23-year-old Somali woman spent the days after her marriage in July fleeing — first to a relative's home in Mogadishu, Somalia's capital, and then to countries across the world, including Ecuador, Colombia and Costa Rica. She finally made it to the ...altro »
africanewsPastoralists rely on hosts and aid to beat drought in SomaliaafricanewsWhile movement is part of life for Somalia's pastoralists – in the last year, they have struggled to find water and viable grazing land for their animals due to failed rains. “I am 75 years old, I have not heard of or seen such a severe drought,” said ...altro »
ReliefWebWFP Somalia Country Brief, January 2017ReliefWebSomalia is now in a state of drought emergency, with the severity ranging from moderate to extreme. In a post-Deyr assessment report released in early February by the Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit for Somalia (FSNAU) and the Famine Early ...altro »
CNNSomalia's diaspora poets step into the mainstreamCNNOne quick search on YouTube throws up hundreds of videos of young poets talking about their connection to Somalia in Canadian, Swedish or US vernaculars, among many others. These videos reach tens of thousands of people around the world.
Foreign AffairsSecuring SomaliaForeign AffairsAfter several months of delay, a new president of Somalia was elected on February 8, 2017. The fact that an election took place at all should be counted a success. Despite the so-called Somali New Deal Compact of September 2013, in which the country's ...Death toll in Somalia marketplace blast rises to 34Fox […]
Voice of AmericaUN Boosts Aid for Ethiopia, Somalia to Head Off FamineVoice of AmericaU.N. aid agencies are appealing to international donors to provide money to scale up lifesaving operations in drought-stricken Ethiopia and Somalia, where millions of hungry people are at risk of death and illness. Five years after a devastating 2011 ...Somalia food crisis […]
Aljazeera.comDrought in Somalia: Time is Running OutAljazeera.comBaidoa, Somalia - Four-year-old Safia Adan lies in Baidoa Regional Hospital in southern Somalia with a tube through her nose. She is suffering from severe malnutrition and dehydration. At her side her worried grandmother looks up to explain that Safia ...
Every week, IRIN’s team of editors takes a look at what lies ahead on the humanitarian agenda and curates a selection of some of the best reports, opinion, and journalism you may have missed: What’s coming up? Finding $1.5 billion for Lake Chad The borders of Nigeria, Cameroon, Niger, and Chad meet at Lake Chad. The region is now one of the most critical hum […]
Every week, IRIN’s team of editors takes a look at what lies ahead on the humanitarian agenda and curates a selection of some of the best reports, opinion, and journalism you may have missed: What’s coming up? Somalia – lessons learnt from 2011 famine? At some point this month, famine may again be declared in Somalia. Whether or not the “f” word is actually […]
For those forced to live through them, droughts are less an unusual event than a way of life that constantly tests your resilience and resourcefulness. To be a farmer, or make a living from livestock in Ethiopia, where my organisation, Mercy Corps, has been working for many years, you need to be innovative in the face of ever-changing weather patterns. And […]
The non-profit network for refugee resettlement in the United States may take years to recover from changes announced by President Donald Trump, charity managers and advocates say. The 120-day pause to the programme, and a reduction from 110,000 to 50,000 arrivals in the 2016-2017 fiscal year, will have far-reaching effects. The resettlement system is “not a […]
Somali refugees have no good options any more. With Kenya vowing to close the Dadaab refugee camp within months and resettlement to the United States suspended, many will succumb to growing pressure to return home, where al-Shabab militants and a potential famine await. Mulki Mahmood lives in a busy tenement block of two-bedroom apartments, narrow corridor […]
Across much of the world, the festive season is a time of indulgence. But what if you’re too busy fleeing violence and upheaval, or stuck in a refugee camp on reduced rations? It’s been a hard year for the most vulnerable among us. This is partly due to tightening aid budgets, but it’s also the result of there simply being so many more people in crisis who n […]
The Kenyan government has postponed its closure of the Dadaab refugee camp by six months, but the reprieve does not reverse its ultimate decision to send home 261,000 Somali refugees, despite the loud protest by human rights groups. The international community appears to have given up on a search for an alternative to closing Dadaab, even though the mass ret […]
No one chooses to flee their home. I fled my country, Somalia, at a young age and ended up in one of Kenya’s Dadaab refugee camps where I spent many years. It was never our choice to leave and I would like nothing more than to return home. As world leaders gather at the UN General Assembly next week to address refugee and migration crises around the world, […]
Musa Rashid had fought for a year with the Somali jihadist group al-Shabab until, disillusioned, he returned home to Kenya. Part of the lure was a government amnesty for those who renounced violence, and the promise of support to settle back into his Majengo neighbourhood, a low-income suburb of the capital, Nairobi. Rashid, 40, saw it as a chance to restart […]
What does a terrorist look like? No such archetype exists of course, but you certainly wouldn’t figure somebody like Mohammed Abdi*. Yet the slight, middle-aged man with a neatly trimmed beard was until 18 months ago a member of the Somali jihadist group al-Shabab – albeit in its finance department. He joined willingly. The former shopkeeper heard a sermon […]