TGCOMMigranti, lʼOsservatore Romano: "Mediterraneo sepolcro di disperati"TGCOMLa rotta mediterranea centrale, quella che dalla Libia porta all'Italia, si conferma mortale - sottolinea ancora l'Osservatore -: fino a giovedì già si contavano 603 morti dall'inizio dell'anno. Ma ora l'Organizzazione internazionale per le migraz […]
Papa Francesco visita Carpi e Mirandola. Le foto di Vallini (L ...Formiche.net“Le Letture di oggi ci parlano del Dio della vita, che vince la morte. Soffermiamoci, in particolare, sull'ultimo dei segni miracolosi che Gesù compie prima della sua Pasqua, al sepolcro dell'amico Lazzaro. Lì tutto sembra finito: la tomba è chiusa da ...altro »
Il Secolo d'ItaliaL'Osservatore Romano: «L'eutanasia è una strada molto pericolosa»Il Secolo d'ItaliaLa strada dell'eutanasia è “una strada sbagliata, e molto, molto pericolosa”. Lucetta Scaraffia, in un editoriale sull'Osservatore Romano, apre la riflessione su quanto poco si sappia sulla morte e su quanta confusione ci sia int […]
L'Osservatore RomanoGod's Dreams and DisappointmentsL'Osservatore RomanoIn reference to the day's reading from Exodus (32:7-14) on Thursday morning, 30 March, Pope Francis suggested that the passage could appropriately be entitled “God's Dreams and Disappointments”. Because, the Pontiff observed, “God dreamt, and in the ...Pope Franc […]
La StampaEgitto, Parolin: “Francesco vuole essere presente nelle situazioni di ...La Stampa... 27 aprile, sul sito internet del Ctv , e sabato, parzialmente, sarà inserita nella nuova puntata di Vatican Magazine, il settimanale del Centro Televisivo Vaticano. Sarà pubblicata integralmente anche dall'Osservatore Romano e diffusa dalla Radio ...altro » […]
UmbriadomaniPovertà, il monito del Cardinale Bassetti: “E' questa la vera ...UmbriadomaniE' quanto scrive il cardinale arcivescovo di Perugia-Città della Pieve Gualtiero Bassetti nel numero de Il Settimanale de «L'Osservatore Romano», in edicola con il numero di venerdì 21 aprile, già consultabile sul sito: www.osservatoreromano.va , in ... […]
Società: card. Bassetti, “c'è il rischio di una strisciante e subdola ...Servizio Informazione ReligiosaÈ quanto scrive l'arcivescovo di Perugia-Città della Pieve, il card. Gualtiero Bassetti, in un intervento pubblicato sull'ultimo numero del settimanale de “L'Osservatore Romano”. “C'è un'emergenza in Italia a cui bisogna dare […]
Formiche.netBeppe Grillo, Papa Francesco e Avvenire. Cosa sta succedendo fra ...Formiche.netIn quelle stesse ore l'Osservatore Romano criticava “lo stato di abbandono in cui versa la città”. “Sono cattolica, mi sono sposata in Chiesa, ma non ci trovo nulla di strano nel regolare convivenze stabili”, aveva detto. E si era detta contraria all ...San Pietr […]
Toscana OggiFestival della Comunicazione: Cesena, ricco programma degli ...Servizio Informazione ReligiosaAl Festival della comunicazione, in programma a Cesena dal 19 al 29 maggio, non verrà trascurato l'ambito della cultura. Sabato 13 maggio Lucetta Scaraffia, editorialista de “L'Osservatore Romano” presenterà il libro “Dall'ultimo banco”, u […]
Avvenire.itVenerdì Santo. La Via Crucis al Colosseo con le «donne del Vangelo»Avvenire.itLo scherma proposto prevede la lettura di un brano biblico, la meditazione e a seguire la preghiera. Nei testi – che L'Osservatore Romano ha anticipato e che, come di consueto, saranno pubblicati dalla Libreria Editrice Vaticana – torna più volte il ...altro » […]
Source: Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe Country: Ukraine VIENNA, 28 April 2017 - The OSCE Permanent Council issued in Vienna yesterday a declaration of support for the Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) to Ukraine following the tragic incident in eastern Ukraine on 23 April in which an SMM patrol member was killed in the line of duty by an […]
[Nation] The driver of a matatu that collided with a lorry at Malili on the Nairobi-Mombasa highway, killing eight people, was avoiding running over a snake, one of the accident victims has revealed.[...][Published in AidNews - Read the original article]
[Monitor] Kampala -Former presidential candidate Dr Kizza Besigye re-appears before Nakawa Chief Magistrates Court this morning for the routine mention of his treason case.[...][Published in AidNews - Read the original article]
Source: IRIN Country: Syrian Arab Republic, Turkey Turkish authorities have detained 15 staff of a US NGO working on Syria relief operations – the latest in a series of moves restricting humanitarian aid groups in the country. Observers attribute the crackdown on foreign NGOs to a resurgence in Turkish nationalism and government concerns about Kurdish empowe […]
[Financial Gazette] POLITICIANS and their cronies are taking advantage of an import ban on selected products meant to allow local manufacturers to recover to ship into the country the banned merchandise, which sources said were also evading duty payment.[...][Published in AidNews - Read
[Monitor] Ministry of Defence officials and senior officers from the Uganda People's Defense Forces have been put on the defensive over claims of regional imbalance and sectarianism in appointment of top technocrats and commanders.[...][Published in AidNews - Read the original[...]
[Observer] In a revealing testimony to a Parliamentary committee investigating the controversial Shs 6 billion cash reward to 42 senior government officials, President Museveni said he has had to endure ever since "he discovered oil in 2006", according to a source.[...][Published in AidNews - Read
Source: Global Polio Eradication Initiative Country: Afghanistan, Nigeria, Pakistan The Strategic Advisory Group of Experts on immunization (SAGE) is meeting this week in Geneva, Switzerland. The group is expected to review the global polio eradication status and advise on[...]
[The Conversation Africa] Trophy hunting of large carnivores in southern Africa is a hotly debated topic. This was evident after Cecil the lion was shot and killed in Zimbabwe last year.[...][Published in AidNews - Read the original article]
[New Zimbabwe] THE Bulawayo Agricultural Society (BAS) has come up with stringent measures to prevent the spread of the deadly Foot and Mouth Disease at this year's Zimbabwe International Trade Fair.[...][Published in AidNews - Read the original article]
Determination, drive and the DAFI scholarship underpinned Lambert Nizeyimana's resolution to make something of his troubled life as a refugee in South Africa.[...][Published in AidNews - Read the original article]
The United States has issued a warning to its citizens about travelling to a popular tourist region in Ethiopia after a string of grenade attacks targeting hotels and homes.[...][Published in AidNews - Read the original[...]
[New Zimbabwe] THE Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) has relieved recently appointed SFM radio boss Pamela Gwanzura of her duties after the parent ministry deemed her a security risk.[...][Published in AidNews - Read the original article]
[Premium Times] Nigeria's internal secret service, the State Security Service (SSS), is enmeshed in a recruitment scandal following the exposure of a shocking lopsidedness in the composition of the new officers recently absorbed into the agency.[...][Published in AidNews - Read
A Moroccan court has sentenced seven people to between five and eight months in prison over the death of a fish seller crushed in a rubbish truck.[...][Published in AidNews - Read the original article]
[Times of Zambia] CONFUSION is brewing in the Zambia Under-20 camp as players have threatened to boycott playing at the World Cup if their Africa Cup winning bonuses are not paid.[...][Published in AidNews - Read the original article]
A woman in her 60s who was injured in the April 7 truck attack in Stockholm has died, Swedish authorities said Friday, raising the death toll to five. The Stockholm police said in a statement the woman, who has not been publicly identified, had been hospitalized in southern Sweden. Other victims of attack were an 11-year-old Swedish girl, a 31-year-old Belgi […]
British counterterror police have shot a woman and arrested six people in raids in London and southeastern England. A senior officer said Friday the arrests disrupted an active terrorist plot. The woman in her 20s is in serious but stable condition in a hospital after the raid on a house in Willesden, northwest London, the Metropolitan Police said Friday. […]
Wage inequality and forecasts of a sharp downturn in the construction industry are emerging as major issues ahead of Cambodia’s commune elections, scheduled in June. Low wages in the construction industry — construction workers earning as little as $2.50 a day — persist despite a building boom and rapid economic growth in recent years. The World Bank says Ca […]
Macedonia’s president called an emergency meeting of political leaders Friday, hours after demonstrators — mostly supporters of the country’s dominant conservative party — invaded parliament and assaulted opposition lawmakers. Police said 77 people, including opposition Social Democrat leader Zoran Zaev, the head of a small ethnic Albanian opposition party […]
U.S. President Donald Trump told Reuters Thursday he will either renegotiate or terminate what he called a “horrible” free trade deal with South Korea and said Seoul should pay for a U.S. anti-missile system that he priced at $1 billion. In an interview with Reuters, Trump called the 5-year-old trade pact with South Korea “unacceptable” and said it would be […]
The South Korean government has quickly refuted U.S. President Donald Trump’s call for Seoul to pay $1 billion for the THAAD missile defense system. The Defense Ministry put out a statement Friday saying, “There is no change in South Korea and the United States’ position that our government provides the land and supporting facilities and the U.S. bears the c […]
A pair of media rights groups is warning of an unprecedented decline in global press freedom. As VOA's Bill Gallo reports, much of the decline in media rights over the past year occurred in democratic countries.
Another protest march will take place in Washington Saturday. The People's Climate March targets President Donald Trump's efforts to undo action on climate change. A movement that began with a few scientists has grown to include everyone from low-income people of color to major corporations. VOA's Steve Baragona has more.
Saturday, April 29, will mark the 25th anniversary of the outbreak of riots in Los Angeles that were sparked by the acquittal in 1992 of four white police officers accused of beating a black motorist, Rodney King. The city has been reflecting on the lessons learned and the work that remains to be done. The beating was caught on videotape, and there was shock […]
Leaders from 10 Southeast Asian countries at this week’s Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) summit in the Philippines have sidestepped criticizing China over its expansion in the contested South China Sea, a sign, some analysts say, of Beijing’s economic and diplomatic influence. ASEAN heads of state who conclude the four-day summit in Manila Sat […]
Drug overdose deaths in the United States continue to rise. The majority of those deaths can be attributed to opioids, synthetic or natural drugs that when used correctly relieve pain. But, according to health authorities, nearly 100 Americans die every day from opioid abuse. While the nation tries to figure out ways to end the flood of opioids on U.S. stree […]
"I would like for you to have a pencil out on your desk," fifth-grade teacher Mary Fucella said to her reading class at Point Pleasant Elementary School in Glen Burnie, Maryland. A kilometer and a half away, in a pink bedroom, Cloe Gray pulled a pencil out, too, and listened. Cloe, 11, is at home, recuperating from leg surgery. For the first month […]
Think back to grade school. If you were sick, you stayed home. If you had a serious illness, you'd miss weeks, or even months of classes. Technology could change all this, with a robot attending school in place of the sick child. VOA's Carolyn Presutti introduces us to a Baltimore girl who is homebound no more.
Tensions between Russia and the West over security in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia have surfaced at an annual defense conference in Moscow. Major flashpoints include the situation in Syria and NATO expansion. VOA's Daniel Schearf reports from Moscow.
A recent report by Reporters Without Borders has called Pakistani media among the freest in Asia. But why did the organization still rank it 139 out of 180 countries? VOA's Ayesha Tanzeem reports from Islamabad.
The European Union says it is taking legal action against Hungary over a new law that could force the closure of a foreign-owned university. Budapest's Central European University was founded by billionaire George Soros after the fall of Communism. Henry Ridgwell reports Hungary's government wants to impose tough new conditions on its continued ope […]
President Donald Trump's former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn faces a Pentagon inquiry, the top Democrat on the House of Representatives Oversight Committee revealed Thursday. The new investigation follows bipartisan concerns about Flynn's contacts with foreign governments and the Trump administration's ties to Russia. VOA's Con […]
Arkansas wrapped up an aggressive execution schedule Thursday, putting to death its fourth inmate in eight days. Kenneth Williams, 38, received a lethal injection Thursday night at the Cummins Unit prison at Varner for the death of a former deputy warden killed after Williams escaped from prison in 1999. At the time of his escape in a 500-gallon barrel of […]
He misses driving, feels as if he is in a cocoon, and is surprised how hard his new job is. President Donald Trump on Thursday reflected on his first 100 days in office with a wistful look at his life before the White House. “I loved my previous life. I had so many things going,” Trump told Reuters in an interview. “This is more work than in my previous life […]
The House won’t vote on Republican legislation scuttling much of President Barack Obama’s health care law until at least next week, a GOP leader said Thursday. The decision deals a setback to the White House, which has pressured congressional Republicans to pass the bill by Saturday, President Donald Trump’s 100th day in office. “As soon as we have the vot […]
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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 […]
Hay'adda dhakhaatiirta aan xudduuda lahayn ee MSF ayaa sheegtay in 25 kun oo qof ay ka carareen magaalo ku taalla waqooyi bari Suudaanta koonfurred oo ay dagaallo ka socdeen seddaxdii maalmood ee la soo dhaafay.
Xaakimka Maxkamadda magaalada San Francisco ee dalka Mareykanka ayaa is hortaagay qorshahii madaxweyne Trump ee ahaa in dhaqaalaha federaalka laga jaro gobolada diida in ay xabsiga u taxabaan muhaajirinrinta aan sharciga lahayn si loo tarxiilo.
Radio ErgoSomalia: Cash lifeline for drought-hit homesReliefWebDrought has brought Somalia to the brink of famine, but a modest injection of cash can give families in rural areas a lifeline to see them into the expected rainy season. More than 55,000 homes in Somalia have already received $100 to improve their ...Traders in Baidoa fall victim to Somali droug […]
Irish TimesSomalia facing 'unimaginable' hunger crisis - veteran Irish aid workerIrish TimesA veteran Irish aid worker has described hunger conditions in Somalia as being the most devastating she has seen and worse than during the country's ...'Starving children are dying on roads' - Irish aid worker 'shocked ...Irish Independen […]
Somalia: EUCAP Somalia Organizes Seamanship and Engineering Course in MogadishuAllAfrica.comOn 27 April, a ceremony was held at the Mogadishu Police Academy to inaugurate newly refurbished classroom with the support from EUCAP Somalia and to celebrate the conclusion of a Seamanship and Engineering course organized by the Mission ...
AllAfrica.comSomalia Signs Agreement With Turkey in AnkaraAllAfrica.comMohamed Abdullahi Farmajo listens keenly as members of the Presidential Elections Committee count ballots cast during the presidential election at the Mogadishu Airport hangar on February 8, 2017. Farmajo was declared the president of Somalia after ...Home Daily Securty Brief Relations wi […]
ReliefWebSomalia: Shelter Cluster Factsheet, March 2017ReliefWebRestricted humanitarian accessibility continues to affect the provision of assistance to affected people in some parts of south and central Somalia. Decreasing funding of shelter activities has exceptionally affected the capacity of cluster partners ...
The GuardianAnti-terrorism laws have 'chilling effect' on vital aid deliveries to ...The GuardianFear of prosecution under UK and US counter-terror laws hinders those trying to provide humanitarian assistance in areas held by Islamic militants.Four Al Shabaab fighters executed in SomaliaSky News AustraliaSomalia executes four Al Shabaab fighters be […]
New York TimesPentagon Warns Ships as Pirates Again Prowl Waters Off SomaliaNew York TimesThe coastline in Eyl, in the semiautonomous Puntland region of Somalia. Defense Department officials warned that Somali pirates are returning to waters off East Africa after five years of calm. Some attacks are believed to have been carried out by ...Piracy back on the […]
Garowe OnlineSomalia's al Shabaab kills senior national security officer: policeReutersMOGADISHU Somalia's al Shabaab gunmen shot and killed a senior national intelligence officer in front of his own house in the capital Mogadishu on Thursday, police and militants said, in the latest such incident by the group. The security officer, who ...Somalia […]
XinhuaChina supports WFP's drought relief in Ethiopia, SomaliaXinhuaPhoto taken on March 19, 2017 shows a little girl waiting to get water at an Internal Displaced Person (IDP) camp in Doolow, a border town with Ethiopia, Somalia. (Xinhua/Sun Ruibo). ADDIS ABABA, April 28 (Xinhua) -- The Chinese government has provided ...
Slow foodSlow Food in Somalia: An expanding network of gardensSlow foodSomalia is famous for all the wrong reasons: it's been called the most failed state in the world, and over a million Somalis have left the country over three decades of civil war. And yet, despite these incredibly difficult conditions, the values of ...
Dead camels rot on the outskirts of informal settlements in Ethiopia’s rain-starved Somali region as their owners, once proudly self-sufficient pastoralists, turn to government aid to stay alive. Ethiopia is facing a drought so terrible that nomadic herders, the hardiest of survivors, have been pushed to the brink. The lucky ones receive supplies of food and […]
Like the four countries facing extreme hunger crises today, the famine that gripped Ethiopia from 1983 to 1985 struggled for attention until it was far too late. There was conflict. There had been years of consecutive drought – similar to Somalia now. The government spent its money on fighting, not aid. The rich world eventually reacted, with Bob Geldof and […]
Six years after a famine killed a quarter of a million people in Somalia, the country is threatened with another. Famines only occur if political decision-makers allow them to; it is imperative that the right decisions are made now. But have we learnt enough from the mistakes of 2011? The context has changed since 2011. Somalia now has a functioning – if lim […]
Fears are growing that the UN will be forced to drastically cut peacekeeping missions at President Donald Trump’s behest. Fortunately, it's a lot more complicated than that. First, Trump has to get his proposed budget through the US Congress and then, even if he does, where and when to cut the presence of blue helmets around the globe relies on tricky d […]
The drought in Somalia is so severe it threatens not only to trigger famine, but also the viability of the age-old pastoralist way of life. Somalis are tough and resourceful, but this is the third consecutive year of failed rains. Whatever resilience remains is being tested to the limit. On the road out of Garowe, the capital of the northeastern Puntland […]
The swearing-in last week of Somalia’s new President Mohamed Abdullahi “Farmajo” was greeted with a surge of optimism on the streets of Mogadishu that a new era of stability was on its way. He won by a landslide, on a wave of nationalist fervour. But the fact that the ceremony took place in a highly secured airport zone, under the control of African Union pe […]
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 […]
Qoraal cusub oo la soo bandhigay ayaa lagu sheegay in lataliyihii hore ee amniga qaranka Maraykanka Micheal Flynn inuu lacago ka badan $500,000 ka qaatay dalka Turkiga, halka uu Ruushkana ka helay tobannaan kun oo dollar,
Burcad badeed Soomaali ah ayaa inta noloshiisa ka harsan ku qaadan doona xabsi federal oo Mareykanka ku yaalla, sababo la xiriira inuu weerar ku qaaday Markab ay leeyihiin ciidamada badda Mareykanka, sanadii 2010.
Abaalmarinta Richard C. Holbrooke Award ee sanad walbaa lagu siiyo magaalada Washington ee caasimada Mareykanka dadka bulshooyinkooda wax tara, ayaa sanadkaan waxaa la siiyey gudoomiyaha difaacayaasha xuquuqda aadanaha Africa, Xasan Shire Sheekh.
Warbixin ay qortay qeybta ilaalinta rayidka ee hay'adaha gargaarka ee ka hawlaga Soomaaliya ayaa ku eedeenaysa ciidamada Kenya iyo Itoobiya iyo kuwa AMISOM in hawklgalladooda Soomaaliya ay xadgudub ku yihiin mabaadi’da bani'aadannimada.
Filashada qorshaha canshuur dhimista loo sameynayo shirkadaha waa weyn iyo shaqsiyaadka ee madaxweyne Donald Trump ayaa sare u qaaday qiimaha suuqyada saamiyada Mareykanka shalay iyo kuwa qaaradda Asia, xalay.