Il MessaggeroMacerata, l'Osservatore Romano: «Clima di tensione e odio»Il MessaggeroMacerata, l'Osservatore Romano: «Clima di tensione e odio». «Attacco razzista a Macerata»: così l'Osservatore Romano riferisce delle sparatorie che hanno provocato sei feriti, tutte persone immigrate. «La sparatoria è avvenuta nel clima di forte ...altro » […]
Servizio Informazione ReligiosaL'Osservatore Romano: dedicato alle islamiche il mensile di ...Servizio Informazione ReligiosaDopo il numero sulle donne ebree, sulle protestanti e sulle ortodosse, “Donne Chiesa Mondo”, il mensile de “L'Osservatore Romano”, dedica il numero di febbraio alle donne musulmane, intitolandolo “Donne e Islam”. “Nella pietà […]
Servizio Informazione ReligiosaPapa Francesco: al clero di Roma, le diverse età del sacerdozio ...Servizio Informazione ReligiosaCi sono varie età nel sacerdozio, ognuna con peculiari caratteristiche che comportano difficoltà, ma posseggono anche risorse. Lo ha detto Papa Francesco al clero di Roma, incontrato oggi, a Roma, nella basilica di San Giovanni in […]
Avvenire.itPapa Francesco ai preti romani: ascoltate e state vicino alle personeAvvenire.itUn invito ad ascoltare le persone e a «offrire vicinanza ai dolori e alle miserie umane». Prima dell'incontro Bergoglio ha confessato alcuni parroci romani.altro »
ANSA.itVescovo Macerata, non coinvolto per pocoANSA.it(ANSA) - Il vescovo di Macerata, monsignor Nazzareno Marconi, ha raccontato all'Osservatore Romano di "non essere rimasto coinvolto nella sparatoria solo per pochi istanti". Nella messa di questa mattina il presule aveva parlato della tragica vicenda ...altro »
Avvenire.itLa smentita. «False le notizie di una malattia paralizzante di ...Avvenire.itIl Papa emerito in uno scatto dell'Osservatore Romano del giugno 2016. «Le presunte notizie di una malattia paralizzante o degenerativa sono false. Fra due mesi Benedetto XVI compie 91 anni e, come lui stesso ha detto recentemente, sente il peso degli ...altro »
Il Secolo d'ItaliaClonazione, l'”Osservatore Romano” dice cose diverse dai vescovi…Il Secolo d'ItaliaL'Osservatore Romano dedica un servizio all'esperimento cinese che ha portato a clonare per la prima volta due scimmie. «Sul piano strettamente tecnico – dicono gli esperti – il risultato spiana la strada alla possibilità di condurre, […]
ACI StampaSete di Dio, sete dell'uomo, il Papa e la Curia iniziano gli esercizi ...ACI StampaCi sarà molta poesia nelle riflessioni che il Papa insieme alla Curia Romana ascolteranno da oggi pomeriggio fino a venerdi nella casa per ritiri di Ariccia vicino Roma. Don José Tolentino de Mendonça ha scelto come tema una forma di “elogio delle sete ...altro […]
ANSA.itBassetti, corruzione tema per elezioniANSA.it"Nel tempo che precede le elezioni politiche in Italia la corruzione è, senza dubbio, un tema di grande importanza. Tutta la classe politica la stigmatizza come una malattia sociale da combattere in ogni modo. Eppure le cronache ci raccontano quasi ...altro »
La RepubblicaStorico Vaticano: invitato per la prima volta dal Cio a una sessione ...La RepubblicaStorico Vaticano: invitato per la prima volta dal Cio a una sessione dell'assemblea (ansa). LOSANNA - Per la prima volta il Comitato Olimpico Internazionale ha invitato formalmente una delegazione della Santa Sede a partecipare, in qualità di ...
Language Undefined USAID Administrator Mark Green's Participation in the Munich Security ConferenceSunday, February 18, 2018United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Administrator Mark Green participated in the Munich Security[...]
There are more than 136 million people in need of humanitarian assistance. Crises fueled by conflict, disasters and displacement are growing in complexity and cost. The humanitarian system is, at best, buckling under the pressure, and at worst failing the people who need it most. Currently, only 1% of humanitarian aid is estimated to be focused on innovation […]
A recent study finds that when parks and reserves don’t do a good job of safeguarding the forest they contain, they’re more likely to be stripped of their status as protected areas. “It’s a vicious cycle,” said Mike Mascia, who directs the social sciences department at Conservation International, in a statement. “If a protected area has suffered from defores […]
Source: International Committee of the Red Cross Country: Syrian Arab Republic Geneva/Damascus (ICRC) – The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is alarmed by the intensifying fighting in Eastern Ghouta, on the outskirts of Damascus, which is taking an unacceptable toll on everyday life in the area. At the same time, several neighborhoods of the c […]
Source: Save the Children Country: Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan 90,000 children a week at risk of dropping out of school 90,000 children a week are at risk of dropping out of school in 2018, warns Save the Children, in an appeal for education funding in emergencies across East Africa. For many this would be their second year out of[...]
Source: Reuters - Thomson Reuters Foundation Country: occupied Palestinian territory Israel launches attacks against 18 targets belonging to militant groups in Gaza in response to an explosion that wounded four Israeli soldiers Israel says attacked 18 targets belonging to militants Two Palestinians killed by Israeli[...]
Our weekly roundup of noteworthy items from and about the social sector. For more links to great content, follow us on Twitter at @pndblog.... Education How can we make strong learning outcomes accessible to every child in public education? Charmaine...
The late leader of Zimbabwe's opposition MDC-T and former prime minister Morgan Tsvangirai has been repatriated to Harare. Here are some pictures taken from the Robert Mugabe International airport.[...][Published in AidNews - Read
Source: Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe Country: Ukraine On 17 February 2018, the SMM followed up on media reports of an incident at the building where the Russian Centre for Science and Culture “Rossotrudnichestvo" is located, at 2A Borysohlibska Street in Kyiv. At 13:15, the SMM saw multiple phrases (such as "Death to Russia […]
Image: If we could improve the lives of all people on Earth - provide them “the good life,” as it were - would we destroy the planet? A group of economists tackled that question and published their findings in the journal Nature Sustainability. After identifying seven key ways in which humans damage the environment, and analyzing these factors across 150 co […]
The top United Nations humanitarian official in Somalia has commended the drought relief and recovery efforts of the authorities in the northern state of Puntland, while cautioning that the current humanitarian crisis is far from over.[...][Published in AidNews - Read the[...]
[Vanguard] Housemates, K-Brule and Khloe in the ongoing Big Brother reality TV Show have been disqualified after they both earned the maximum number of strikes (warning) a contestant can get.[...][Published in AidNews - Read the original article]
Kinshasa is the centre of Congolese cultural life and politics. Its glitzy hotels and restaurants are where the money looted from the rest of the country is spent. It boasts grandiose architecture (including an enormous Chinese-built parliament) and some of the best-dressed people in the world (known as sapeurs, or members of the Society for[...]
(University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) The climate is changing, the change is occurring now and it is happening extremely rapidly, researchers report.[...][Published in GreenNews - Read the original article]
Zimbabwe's president has praised opposition icon Morgan Tsvangirai who died last week as an outstanding political figure who had endured political hardship and deserved his place in the country's history.[...][Published in AidNews - Read
A security expert from the Afghan-Pakistan region said Pakistani officials are blaming unrest on Afghan refugees in a bid to divert attention from the real causes of militancy. At a security conference in the German city of Munich Saturday, Pakistan's chief of army staff Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa said the repatriation of Afghan refugees could greatly help […]
Students who escaped the deadly school shooting in Florida focused their anger Sunday at President Donald Trump, contending that his response to the attack has been needlessly divisive. "You're the president. You're supposed to bring this nation together, not divide us," said David Hogg, a 17-year-old student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas H […]
Latvian Prime Minister Maris Kucinskis assured the country and Europe "there is no sign of danger," after anti-corruption police arrested the head of the Latvian central bank Saturday. "For now, neither I, nor any other official, has any reason to interfere with the work of the Corruption Prevention Bureau," Kucinskis said. Neither Kucins […]
Vandals spray painted swastikas on the Polish embassy in Tel Aviv after Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki talked about what he called "Jewish perpetrators" of the Holocaust. Israeli leaders immediately condemned his comment. The prime minister was responding to a reporter's question about Poland's new law punishing anyone who calls […]
Former U.S. first lady Rosalynn Carter is recovering at Emory University Hospital from successful surgery Sunday to remove scar tissue from her lower intestine, The Carter Center said in a statement. The scar tissue had formed in the area from where a cyst was removed several years ago, the statement said. The former first lady, 90, who married President Jim […]
Islamic State is chopping down fruit trees and smuggling the timber into Pakistan, claim Afghan officials and local residents of the Deh Bala district of eastern Nangarhar province where the terrorist group operates. "Some of the local residents who previously helped the Taliban [are] now helping IS militants, Gul Khan Shinwari, a local tribal leader to […]
Washington is refocused on the Russia probe after Special Counsel Robert Mueller's indictment of 13 Russians accused of mounting a massive social media trolling campaign to help Republican Donald Trump defeat Democrat Hillary Clinton in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. VOA's Michael Bowman reports President Trump unleashed a tweetstorm claiming […]
As the world watches the Olympic Winter Games in South Korea, some American athletes in Washington are lacing up their skates to train for their own, major sporting event. Special in every way, these young people work to overcome their developmental obstacles to compete for gold... just like the world's top athletes in Pyeongchang. Arash Arabasadi repor […]
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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.
SOMALIA AGAINST CORRUPTION MOVEMENT
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“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 […]
adaxweynaha Mareykanka Donald Trump ayaa laanta dambi baarista ee FBI-da ku dhaliilay in ay ku guul dareysatay in ay ka hortagto toogasho arbacadii la soo dhaafay lagu qaaday iskuul ku yaalla gobolka Florida.
Madaxa baaritaanada farogelinta la sheegay in Ruushka uu ku sameeyay doorashadii ka dhacday Mareykanka, Robert Mueller ayaa saddex iyo toban qof oo u dhashay dalka Ruushka ku eedeyay inay ku lug lahaayeen farogelinta Ruushka uu ku sameeyay doorashadii ka Mareykanka.
Saddex macllin ayaa lagu dilay gobolka waqooyi bari ee dalka Kenya ka dib markii xalay weerar looga shakisan yahay in ay Al Shabab Fuliyeen lagu qaady goob iskuul ah,waxaa sidaasi ku tabisay Idaacada Capital FM.
ReliefWebTop UN humanitarian official in Somalia: 'we are not out of the ...ReliefWeb'We are not out of the woods yet' on drought relief efforts, warns top UN aid official in Somalia News and Press Release from African Union Mission in Somalia, published 18 Feb 2018.'We are not out of the woods yet' on drought relief efforts, warns t […]
AllAfrica.comKenya: What Kenya Has to Show for Sending Troops Into Somalia ...AllAfrica.comAnalysis - On 16 October 2011, Kenyan troops crossed the border into Somalia. The official reason was that Kenya's national security was threatened by the Somalia-based Islamist militant group, Al-Shabaab. The terrorist group had in fact carried out a ...Mandera s […]
Gulf TimesAshghal delegation visits SomaliaGulf TimesA technical delegation from the Public Works Authority (Ashghal) recently visited Somalia for signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Qatar Fund For Development (QFFD), to provide technical services and consultations, and manage the ...
Aljazeera.comSomalia Trying to Repatriate 30 More Citizens Stranded in LibyaAllAfrica.comThe Somali government is working to return to their homeland a large number of Somali migrants who are in Libya. Mahdi Mohamed Guled, the deputy Prime Minister of Somalia's Federal government said they will evacuate 30 Somali nationals in Libya who are ...Somali ref […]
CNNFunding al-Shabaab: How aid money ends up in group's hands - CNNCNNAl-Shabaab is making millions of dollars by exploiting foreign aid money sent to Somalia by the very western nations who are trying to destroy the terror group.altro »
Garowe OnlineQatari help delivered to SomaliaThe Peninsula QatarMogadishu: The Somali government announced yesterday that it has received military assistance from the State of Qatar to support the national police. The assistance is within the framework of strengthening the cooperation relations between the two ...Somalia: Mogadishu's main market closed […]
Kawowo SportsMbalangu's Banadir Sports Club humiliates Elman | Somalia Premier LeagueKawowo SportsBanadir Sports Club, coached by a Ugandan, Hussein Mbalangu humiliated Elman 6-2 during the Somalia Premier League at the Mogadishu national stadium. Banadir Sports Club XI. Abduqdir Benteke and Hassan Santos each scored a brace in the game. Marcello ...
QC rehabilitates Somalia flood, cyclone victimsGulf TimesThe Qatar Charity (QC) office in Somalia has rehabilitated “thousands of flood and cyclone victims” through its early recovery programmes. Through this, the organisation said it contributed to the restoration of basic services, the environment and ...
AllAfrica.comSomalia: Migrants in Libya Don't Want to Go HomeAllAfrica.comSomali government efforts to evacuate a large number of Somali migrants from Libya hit a snag after the delegation sent there was unable to persuade migrants to abandon the dangerous sea journey to Europe and instead return to Somalia. Members of the ...altro »
Crux: Covering all things CatholicIslamic State has landed in lawless Somalia, bishop says - Crux NowCrux: Covering all things CatholicAs it loses its grip in the Middle East, the Islamic State is finding a foothold in Somalia, said a bishop who oversees the Catholic Church in the troubled country.altro »
Every week, IRIN’s team of specialist editors scans the humanitarian horizon to curate important sources on unfolding trends and events around the globe: A diphtheria dilemma? A global shortage of the antitoxin used to treat highly contagious diphtheria could trigger an ethical dilemma for health providers in Bangladesh’s Rohingya refugee camps. There were m […]
Since 9/11, Western countries have increasingly invested in programmes to prevent transnational jihadism. These include militarised measures but also “softer” civic interventions under the banner of ‘countering violent extremism’ (CVE). An example is funding social development programmes, implemented by civil society, with the aim of engaging and deterring i […]
Lifting her robe the young woman revealed undulating scar tissue blanketing her breasts, stomach, and extending up her neck and along her arms. “They poured petrol over me then lit it,” said 28-year-old Husaida Mohammed. “They were Somali boys.” When IRIN met Mohammed she was in a camp of about 3,500 displaced Oromo people on the outskirts of Harar, the anci […]
When Ali Osman Diblawe arrived in Bariire he was barefoot and winded. He had sprinted the 2.5 kilometres from his farm to the southern Somali town after hearing a barrage of gunfire tear through his small village soon after the early morning prayer. That was on 25 August. In the days prior, he and at least two others on the farm had seen what they thought wa […]
The bomb was as enormous as the flecks of torn skin smudging the ground are miniscule. Entire overcrowded buses were blown up, every passenger killed. No one in the vicinity was spared: shopkeepers at the side of the road selling khat; office managers; children fooling around or running errands for parents; a medical student about to graduate; mothers; fathe […]
Hype over what President Donald Trump may or may not say dominated the media build-up to this week’s UN General Assembly. However, US funding cuts and the apparent absence of American authority on key global issues weigh more heavily over world leaders beset by a host of daunting humanitarian challenges. It’s the first UNGA since Trump was elected presiden […]
Ahmed Hussein’s perfectly white teeth seem too big for his mouth; his upper arms look like they belong to a little boy, not a 23-year-old man. Propped up on an iron bed, Hussein laughs and says he always was slim. But he is clearly malnourished. Hussein arrived at Mogadishu’s Bandir Hospital a day earlier with his mother and two sisters, all suffering from a […]
A pirate with a full beard makes an ironic salute as I walk towards him across the red gravel of the prison yard in Garowe, the capital of the Somali region of Puntland. His fellow prisoners turn away in disgust or yell curses at me through the bars. "We hate you. It's your fault that we are sitting here like animals in a cage. It’s humiliating tha […]
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 […]
Suuqa weyn ee magaalada Muqdishu ee Bakaaraha ayaa maanta albaabada loo xiray goobihii ganacsiga iyadoo ganacsatadu ay ka cabanayaan canshuuro cusub oo ay ganacsatadu sheegeen in la kordhigay badeecadahooda.
Ku soo dhawaada dhageystayaal barnaamijka Faaqidaadda Toddobaadka. Barnaamijka waxa uu toddobaadkan ku saabsan yahay is casilaadda reysal wasaaraha Itoobiya, Hailemariam Desalegn, iyo saameynta ay ku yeelan karto siyaasadda iyo nabad galyada Itoobiya.