Il MessaggeroL'Osservatore Romano sintetizza le difficoltà future, troppe divisioni ...Il MessaggeroCittà del Vaticano Divisioni, diffidenze, lontananze. Il post referendum mostra tutte le difficoltà presenti sul terreno. Rimettere a posto le tessere necessarie a costruire un sentiero comune non sarà una impresa semplice. L'Osservatore Romano non . […]
AdnkronosOsservatore Romano: "Renzi coerente nel dimettersi" - AdnkronosAdnkronos"Il capo del governo aveva legato le sorti dell'esecutivo e il suo personale percorso politico a questa consultazione. Con coerenza ha tratto le conseguenze di ...altro »
SiciliaInformazioni.comOsservatore Romano: “Renzi coerente nel dimettersi”SiciliaInformazioni.com“Il capo del governo aveva legato le sorti dell'esecutivo e il suo personale percorso politico a questa consultazione. Con coerenza ha tratto le conseguenze di una sconfitta forse inattesa nella sua dimensione”. E' quanto sottolinea l'Osservatore . […]
ilgiornaleditaliaBagnasco: 'E' l'ora di camminare insieme'. L'Osservatore Romano ...ilgiornaleditaliaL'Osservatore Romano, che nell'edizione appena andata in edicola nel pomeriggio di lunedì dedica al voto referendario il titolo di apertura "Renzi al Quirinale per presentare le dimissioni", scrive tra l'altro […]
ANSA.itScorsese a Osservatore Romano su SilenceANSA.it(ANSA) - CITTA' DEL VATICANO, 30 NOV - "Per un newyorkese trapiantato come me il silenzio è merce rara", dice Martin Scorsese parlando all'Osservatore Romano di 'Silence' il suo film ambientato nel Giappone degli shogun Tokugawa e delle loro ...Silence, Papa Francesco e l […]
Meteo WebL'Osservatore Romano: in prima pagina "l'Apocalisse climatica ...Meteo WebL'Osservatore Romano apre in prima pagina con titolo “Apocalisse climatica“. “Il mondo – scrive il quotidiano della Santa Sede – è sull'orlo di un'apocalisse ...altro »
Osservatore Romano: "Renzi coerente nel dimettersi"iL MeteoOsservatore Romano: "Renzi coerente nel dimettersi". "Tenuto conto anche della complessità della materia sulla quale si richiedeva il parere degli italiani, è opinione condivisa che il voto sia diventato fatalmente un giudizio sull'operato del capo del ...
la voce d'italiaLa Chiesa teme un paese diviso. L'Osservatore Romano, via imperviala voce d'italiaROMA. – E' un paese diviso quello uscito dalle urne. E' questa la preoccupazione della Chiesa italiana, il giorno dopo il voto di ieri. “Il referendum e la campagna che l'ha preceduto hanno confermato le peculiarità di un paese ora […]
gonews“Valdinievole e non Terni”: Vezzosi critica lo studio dell'Osservatore ...gonewsCosì, il leonardista e direttore del Museo Ideale 'Leonardo' di Vinci, Alessandro Vezzosi richiama l'attenzione su un articolo pubblicato ieri, 27 novembre, sull'Osservatore Romano in cui si avvalora un nuovo studio dello storico dell'arte Luca […]
Quotidiano.netFidel Castro, i tre Papi e il processo di distensioneQuotidiano.netA proposito di Fidel Castro l'Osservatore romano ha parlato di leader controverso. Perché? “Il giudizio su Castro è lasciato evidentemente alla storia. Certamente è stato un personaggio molto controverso, al di là delle divisioni che tuttora restano ...altro »
Participants discuss and chart the next steps in conducting adaptive research on integrated pest management in Cambodia.PHNOM PENH, Cambodia—A project led by the International Rice Research Institute[...]
[News24Wire] South Africa managed to bag two 2017 Grammy nominations on Tuesday during the announcement of the 59th annual Grammy Awards nominees.[...][Published in AidNews - Read the original article]
Officially, sexual violence has declined in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, dubbed the ‘rape capital of the world’. But frontline workers tell a different storyThe mothers of Kavumu hardly sleep. But on rainy nights, they don’t even try. The rain pounds on their tin roofs so noisily that they worry they won’t hear rapists breaking in to steal their dau […]
[Vanguard] The Federal Government has proposed a budget of N7,281,361,611,853 for the year 2017. The proposed budget represents an increase of 19.95 per cent over the 2016 Appropriation of N6.07 trillion.[...][Published in AidNews - Read the original[...]
A West African think tank, the Open Society Initiative has expressed concern over Ghana's elections, saying that the country faces deadly political violence if there is no clear winner.[...][Published in AidNews - Read the[...]
The UN mission in the DRC is bracing for violence ahead of the official end of President Joseph Kabila's term on December 20, amid moves to extend the leader's mandate.[...][Published in AidNews - Read the original[...]
By an IPS CorrespondentUNITED NATIONS, Dec 7 2016 (IPS/G77)The Group of 77 (G77) participated in a panel discussion encouraging members of the Paris Club to incorporate the Addis Ababa Action Agenda into their debt management practices. Virachai Plasai, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Thailand to the UN and Chair of the Group of 77[...]
[Monitor] Kampala -President Museveni and a team from World Bank's International Finance Corporation (IFC), have agreed to further discussions on the prospects of lowering the cost of power generated at Bujagali dam from the current $0.113 (Shs411) per unit to at least $0.05 (Shs182).[...][Published in AidNews - Read
[This Day] Abuja -In the face of the ongoing economic recession being experienced in the country, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hon. Yakubu Dogara, has cautioned members against pushing for legislation that will establish new agencies of government.[...][Published in AidNews - Read
[New Zimbabwe] Two women who were last Friday allegedly petrol bombed by a Gweru man following a misunderstanding with his estranged lover have both succumbed to their injuries.[...][Published in AidNews - Read the original article]
What scares you the most at your nonprofit? From my daily work with nonprofit staff I believe it’s talking about what it takes to do your work . . . the money conversation. You hope, pray, dream, and worry about the money. But when you talk about the money it’s often with scarcity language or duty and obligation language. You use words[...]
In its third set of annual results, the Global Canopy Programme’s Forest 500 initiative concludes that more government and financial institution action is needed to help companies achieve deforestation-free supply chains An aerial shot shows the contrast between forest and agricultural landscapes near Rio Branco, Acre, Brazil. Photo by Kate Evans for[...]
Dilip Ratha is a scholar of international migration and its relationship with global development. This is a recording of his presentation at the Global Landscapes Forum youth session on rural-urban migration held on 16 November, 2016 in Marrakech, Morocco. Dilip talks about his own migration from India to USA and the challenges of sending money[...]
Noluvo Swelindawo. In May 2015, Zakwe, a 28 year old woman from Soweto, in Johannesburg, told ActionAid: “They tell me that they will kill me, they will rape me and after raping me I will become a girl. I will become[...]
Source: UN Development Programme Country: Nepal Nepal was hit by two devastating earthquakes in April and May 2015, resulting in a death toll of over 8,790 and more than 22,300 injuries. Out of 75 districts, 31 were[...]
Source: DAWN Group of Newspapers Country: Pakistan ISLAMABAD: The government is formulating a pilot project of the National Zero Hunger and Family Farming Programme, which will be implemented in the most food-insecure areas. A specially established National Zero Hunger Cell in the Ministry of National Food Security and Research has been tasked with preparing […]
[New Times] A Rwf1.4-billion project to test the pollution level in atmosphere is set to open before July, next year, Rwanda Environment Management Authority (REMA) has said.[...][Published in AidNews - Read the original article]
[New Times] Parliament on Monday began its two-month recess with both chambers saying legislation was beyond their set target for the just-concluded ordinary session.[...][Published in AidNews - Read the original article]
Source: World Food Programme Country: Afghanistan After months of preparations, the media campaign on fortified nutritious foods was eventually inaugurated on 29 November 2016 at MoPH’s Sohaila Sediqu Conference Hall.[...]
A florist in Mexico is dependent on U.S. manufacturing companies that have re-located there. A Mexican business owner finds the U.S. more hospitable to his small printing business. International business has worked for them. But what about the workers left behind when companies move their jobs? Carolyn Presutti reports.
At the end of December, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will leave office after a decade at the helm of the world body. He sat down with VOA U.N. correspondent Margaret Besheer to reflect on his time as the world’s top diplomat.
President Barrack Obama on Tuesday touted his administration's achievements in combating terrorists. In his final speech on national security delivered at Florida's MacDill Air Force Base, Obama said the United States has weakened Islamic State and reduced its image to that of barbarians and murderers, and that al-Qaida has been sidelined with the […]
The Democratic party in the U.S. is looking to regroup following Republican Donald Trump’s victory in last month’s presidential election, which also resulted in continued Republican control of the Senate and the House of Representatives. VOA National Correspondent Jim Malone has more from Washington.
Because of wars, poor planning and lack of funds, much of the Arab world suffers from a severe housing shortage. To jumpstart the construction industry, innovators are testing new approaches, from using previously discarded materials to employing robots. VOA’s George Putic reports.
On December 07, 1941, Japan launched a devastating surprise attack against US forces in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt famously called it “a date that will live in infamy” and asked Congress for a Declaration of War, which drew the country into World War II. As the U.S. commemorates the 75th anniversary of the attack, VOA’s Ju […]
At least 25 people are dead after a strong earthquake struck Indonesia early Wednesday. Local officials said hundreds more were injured in the Pidie Jaya district on the northern end of Indonesia's Sumatra island. The shaking brought down dozens of buildings, including mosques, stores and homes. Rescue crews, some of them working with heavy equipment, […]
Matt Damon criticized “outrageous” stories in the era of fake news as he responded Tuesday to accusations that his role in the new China-Hollywood co-production “The Great Wall” should have gone to an Asian actor. Some critics have said Damon's casting as the lead character amounted to “whitewashing,” in which Caucasians are chosen for roles that actors […]
Environmental activists hailed on Tuesday Indonesia's ban on converting peatlands into plantations but said enforcement was critical to reducing annual fires that shroud parts of Southeast Asia in choking haze. Indonesia announced on Monday that companies were banned from turning peatlands into palm oil and other types of plantations, and must restore p […]
U.S. high school students are falling further behind their global peers in mathematics and are treading water in reading and science, an ongoing survey on international education said Tuesday. The triennial report by the Paris-based Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development showed that 15-year-old U.S. students ranked 40th in the world in math la […]
Yemen on Tuesday appeared to reject a U.N. plan to end its civil war, saying the road map would create a “dangerous international precedent” by legitimizing the rebellion against the country's internationally recognized government. Yemen's position deals a major setback to international efforts to end the 20-month conflict, which has unleashed a hu […]
Bolivian authorities detained on Tuesday the chief executive of airline LaMia, the owner of the plane that crashed last week in Colombia and killed nearly all of Brazil's Chapacoense soccer team, prosecutors said. Gustavo Vargas, the chief executive, and two other employees of the tiny Bolivia-based charter airline were taken to a prosecutor's offi […]
When Michel Temer took over Brazil's presidency in May, many hoped he could overcome the political gridlock, corruption scandals and economic obstacles that have hobbled Latin America's biggest country. But seven months into the job, Brazil's problems look just as intractable as they did when Temer and his congressional allies orchestrated the […]
Inspired by the remarkable jumping ability of an African primate called a galago, scientists have fashioned a small robot with unique leaping capabilities they hope can someday be used in tricky search-and-rescue situations. The scientists said on Tuesday they had built a robot, dubbed Salto, with vertical jumping agility like no other machine, able to leap […]
On issues of national security and intelligence, no one is likely to have more influence in Donald Trump's White House than retired Lieutenant General Michael T. Flynn. Yet Flynn, Trump's incoming national security adviser, has gained prominence in Republican politics by fueling conspiracy theories and Islamophobic rhetoric that critics warn could […]
As the darkness falls on the plains around Bunambiyu, a remote village in Tanzania's northern Shinyanga region, Elizabeth Julius switches on her solar lantern to finish sewing clothes for her customers. Not long ago, nightfall would have forced her to close her tailoring shop, or use a smoky kerosene lamp. But with the solar-powered lamp, Julius can now […]
The Kurdish regional government in northern Iraq has mounted costly rescues of women and girls kidnapped by Islamic State militants, spending tens of thousands of dollars to fund the operations. Upon their return, however, many women say they feel emotionally and physically devastated. Rescued late last month, Bahar tells a story of another grandmother who, […]
Sturgill Simpson's records have defied easy characterization (Country? Americana? Experimental Southern rock?), but this year The Recording Academy decided whatever genre he was, he made one of the best records of the year. And that's enough for him. "The fact that there are a million people around the world Googling my name and trying to fi […]
Cuba and the United States will draw up a road map for deepening their detente on Wednesday in a first meeting since the election of Donald Trump as U.S. president and the death of Cuban revolutionary Fidel Castro. The fifth U.S.-Cuban bilateral commission comes at a time of increased uncertainty about the future of U.S.-Cuban relations given Trump's pr […]
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 […]
Bandhig Dhaqameed lagu soo bandhigayo taariikhda, hiddaha, iyo agabka dhaqanka Soomaalida ayaa lagu qabtay xarunta dawladda ee deegaanka Hennepin County oo ah halka maamulo magaalada Minneapolis ee gobolka Minnesota.
Xukuumadda Bolivia ayaa xirtay madaxii shirkaddii lahayd diyaaraddii burburtay ee dishay 71-da ruux, kuwaas oo ay ka mid ahaayeen inta badan ciyaartoyda kooxda kubadda cagta ee reer Brazil ee Chapecoense.
Maanta waxaa lagu wadaa in Muqdisho ay ku kulmaan madaxda madasha wadatashiga. Shirkan waxaa la saadaalinayaa in diiradda lagu saari doono geeddi socodka qorshaha doorashooyinka Soomaaliya oo dhowr goor dib u dhac uu ku yimid.
Khudbadiisii ugu dambaysay khudbadihiisa waaweyn ee uu kaga hadlayey dhanka amniga ayuu Mr Obama ku celiyey sida uu uga soo hor jeedo adeegsiga jirdilka oo ay ku jirto waxa loo yaqaanno 'waterboarding'.
Ciidanka Suuriya ayaa la sheegayaa inay goobo hor leh ku qabsanayaan dagaalka ay kala hor jeedaan fallaagada ee gacan ku haynta Xalab. Askartu waxay iminka gacanta ku hayaan 70% dhulkii ay fallaagada xukumi jireen ee bariga Xalab.
Ruushka iyo Shiinaha ayaa codka diidmada qayaxan u adeegsaday hindise qabyo ah oo la soo hor dhigay Golaha Amaanka ee Qaramada Midoobay, kaasoo ku baaqay xabbad-joojin muddo toddoba maalmood ah laga hirgaliyo magaalada Xalab.
NewsweekSomalia: Seven Militants Killed in First Military Clash With ISIS-Aligned ForcesNewsweekThe governor of Bari, a region in the semi-autonomous Puntland state in northeastern Somalia, told Voice of America's (VOA) Somali service that Puntland security forces had killed seven militants after encountering a landmine laid by the group, which ...Somal […]
iPolitics.ca (subscription)Is it time to re-open the Somalia probe? - iPoliticsiPolitics.ca (subscription)Members of the Canadian Airborne Regiment sprint into position as they arrive to assume responsibility for the airport at Bali Dogle, Somalia, on December 15, ...altro »
ReliefWebLight to moderate rainfall in the South; northern and central regions remain dryReliefWebRiver water levels in both the Juba and Shabelle Rivers continue to decline due to limited rainfall both in Somalia and in the Ethiopian highlands. In Beledweyn of Hiiran, water levels in the Shabelle River fell from 3.2 meters on November 20 to 2.55 ...
100 Women 2016: Somalia's fight to save childbirth mums - BBC NewsBBC NewsDespite not having been paid for months, these surgeons are fighting for lives on childbirth wards.100 Women 2016: Somalia's fight to save childbirth mumsMidnimo Information Centertutte le notizie (2) »
The SunFears Britain's £500 billion donation to Somalia could be misused by ...The SunBRITAIN is donating more than half a billion pounds to war-ravaged Somalia – despite concluding there is a “certain” risk the funds could be snapped up by ...altro »
New York TimesUS|From Somalia to US: Ohio State Attacker's Path to ViolenceNew York TimesAbdul Razak Artan lived in Pakistan after fleeing Somalia. Credit Sara Farid for The New York Times. COLUMBUS, Ohio — The young refugee smiled broadly as he accepted his associate degree from a local community college less than seven months ago, ...Ohio State Attack […]
ReliefWebOCHA Somalia Flash Update - Humanitarian impact of fighting in ...ReliefWebSituation Overview On 3 December, Puntland Security Forces (PSF) and Darawish soldiers launched an offensive to retake the coastal town of Qandala in Bari ...altro »
Garowe OnlineSomalia: Somaliland Elders want election venue moved to ...Garowe OnlineA letter signed by 11 Somaliland elders was sent to the country's Federal electoral commission, in which they demanded the election venue to be shifted to...altro »
New York TimesObama Expands War With Al Qaeda to Include Shabab in SomaliaNew York TimesWASHINGTON — The escalating American military engagement in Somalia has led the Obama administration to expand the legal scope of the war against Al Qaeda, a move that will strengthen President-elect Donald J. Trump's authority to combat thousands ...Somalia: Obama E […]
ReliefWebEnd violence against girls - Somalia | ReliefWebReliefWebBatula is a traditional birth attendant and has been working for the past 25 years. Because of her reputation and medical skills, many families take girls to her ...altro »
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 […]
In mid-April a boat capsized crossing the Mediterranean killing up to 500 migrants, a large proportion of whom most international media reported as being Somali. But in Hargeisa, the capital of Somaliland, local media noted how many who died were actually Somalilanders. Since 1991, and its proclamation of independence following a civil war that resulted in a […]
In the middle of a blistering June afternoon on the busy docks of the Port of Djibouti, Aouleed crouches down on his haunches in the shade of a lorry, arms outstretched resting on his knees; his head, wrapped in a wet rag, lolling. He hasn’t had anything to drink or eat since the sun rose around 6 a.m. Ramadan, which began on 6 June with the sighting of the […]
The problem for African peacekeeping is not so much where to find the boots to put on the ground, but how to pay for them – not to mention the helicopters, intelligence-gathering and technology crucial to conducting modern military operations and dealing with the new security threats on the horizon. Since 2002, none of the five African Union peace operatio […]
Kenya has called on the UN’s refugee agency, UNHCR, to help develop a plan for the repatriation of 315,000 Somalis from its sprawling Dadaab refugee complex – a move that might allow the extension of a controversial and unlikely November deadline for their return. UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi told a press conference in Nairobi on Monday […]
Sitting on parched ground pummelled by the sun, a camel looks on majestically as pastoralists mill around it in a whirl of activity. Loaded onto its back are sacks of grains and pulses, yellow jerry cans, bottles of cooking oil, bits of fabric and plastic to make rough bivouac structures, and more. After a final check of ropes, a woman makes a loud purring n […]
If the Kenyan government is bluffing over its announcement that it will close Dadaab refugee camp by November and repatriate 350,000 Somalis back across the border, then it’s a more elaborate ruse than usual. Consider this: it has gone to the trouble of getting the African Union’s Peace and Security Council to declare that Dadaab constitutes “a serious thr […]
Kadib markii uu dhacay weerarki lagu eedeeyey Cabdirisaaq Cali Cartan ee Jaamacada Ohio, magaalada Columbus todobaadki hore ayaa Soomaalida ku nool gobolkaasi Ohio, gaar ahaan magaalada Columbus waxaa ay muujiyeen cabsi ay ka qabaan in dhacdadaasi ay sameyn ku yeelato iyaga.