Il MessaggeroL'Osservatore Romano: «Italia bloccata da troppi diritti»Il MessaggeroCittà del Vaticano – Sull'Osservatore Romano appare un articolo del direttore del Mattino, Alessandro Barbano, in cui illustra il declino italiano collegandolo al virus dominante dei diritti, una sorta di deriva di ipertrofica dei diritti che ha ...
Il MessaggeroL'Osservatore Romano: «Povertà, Italia sempre più fragile, un ...Il MessaggeroCittà del Vaticano - L'Italia sempre più povera. L'allarme arriva dal Vaticano. Un milione di famiglie italiane risultano senza un reddito da lavoro. In questi nuclei - denuncia l'Osservatore Romano - tutti i componenti attivi sono disoccupati. «Si […]
Il ManifestoL'Osservatore Romano condanna: rappresaglia atlantica senza proveIl ManifestoUna «rappresaglia» contro Bashar Al Assad da parte di Stati Uniti, Regno Unito e Francia. È netto il giudizio del Vaticano sui bombardamenti in Siria della scorsa notte, affidato all'articolo di apertura dell'Osservatore Romano di oggi. «Il presidente ... […]
Vatican NewsIrlanda. Lettera pastorale su referendum su abortoVatican News... che l'aborto sia soltanto prendere una pillola nelle prime settimane. Questa non è la verità. La dura verità è evidente a tutti nelle statistiche del Regno Unito e altrove. Una volta negato il diritto alla vita del non nato, non possiamo più ...Irlanda, referendum aborto. «Ci […]
Vatican NewsCard. Tauran incontra il re saudita: apertura al dialogoVatican NewsLe notizie riguardanti la visita - riporta L'Osservatore Romano - hanno trovato ampio spazio sui più importanti media locali: la prima a rilanciarle è stata l'agenzia di stampa governativa, seguita dai telegiornali delle principali emittenti e dai ...altro »
Servizio Informazione ReligiosaVenerdì Santo: card. Bassetti su L'Osservatore Romano, “la croce ...Servizio Informazione ReligiosaBassetti su L'Osservatore Romano, “nonostante tutte le sofferenze, la croce è il segno dell'amore infinito di Dio per gli uomini”. “La croce è senza dubbio il culmine dell'amore di Dio”. Lo scrive il cardinale […]
Farodiroma (Comunicati Stampa)Migrante incinta trascinata fuori da un treno in Francia. Osservatore ...Farodiroma (Comunicati Stampa)“Ha suscitato indignazione e polemiche, in Francia e non solo, la pubblicazione, ieri, di un video che mostra una squadra di agenti della Crs (Compagnies républicaines de sécurité) trascinare fuori da un treno una migrante inci […]
Vatican NewsVisita del card. Tauran in Arabia SauditaVatican NewsGiunto venerdì scorso a Riad – riporta L'Osservatore Romano - il porporato è stato accolto dal principe Mohammed bin Abdurrahman bin Abdulaziz, vicegovernatore della capitale, e dallo stesso segretario della Lmm. A riceverlo anche il vescovo segretario ...altro »
Avvenire.itStoria. 18 aprile 1948: cosa insegna quel voto, oggiAvvenire.itPer rendere esplicito il progetto, si sviluppano e scontrano le due principali culture, la cultura cattolica e la cultura social-comunista. Quelle che ormai storiograficamente sono state definite le “due chiese” si fronteggiano in una lotta senza ...
La StampaLa rinuncia di Viganò, retroscena e domande ancora aperteLa StampaL'Osservatore Romano, che ha un suo giornalista presente, pubblica sull'edizione in edicola quello stesso pomeriggio una cronaca stringata, riassumendo i contenuti ma senza alcun virgolettato del Papa. Sabato mattina, mentre il Papa è a San Giovanni ...Vaticano. Viganò lasci […]
Human Wrongs Watch Robotics may soon be a critical ally in the fight against disease-spreading bugs, a United Nations agency on 19 April 2018 said after a successful test releasing sterile mosquitos from aerial drones as part of efforts to suppress the[...]
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - German transport minister Andreas Scheuer is asking carmakers to tell him how they plan to complete by the end of the year outstanding software upgrades on diesel vehicles to reduce emissions, he told a newspaper.
Health for Animals and the World Veterinary Association launched the first annual World Animal Vaccination Day on 20 April 2016. The International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) takes pleasure in celebrating this day this year by offering a ‘virtual workshop’ on the new and exciting tools ushering in a new era in vaccine[...]
A Zimbabwean minister has reportedly likened former president Robert Mugabe to some of Africa's most brutal dictators, and a Zimbabwean prophet reportedly killed a congregant during baptism, saying she 'appeared like a vampire' .[...][Published in AidNews - Read
[Guardian] Washington DC -With global debts at all-time high of $146 trillion, African countries, including Nigeria, have been advised to exercise some restraint on excessive borrowing in order to protect their economies from financial risks, while encouraging active and serious human capital investment.[...][Published in AidNews - Read
Source: UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator for Myanmar Country: Myanmar (Yangon, 20 April 2018): “I am deeply concerned about reports of an escalation in armed conflict in several areas of Kachin State since 7[...]
[New Times] Equipping secondary schools with 'smart classrooms' remains a government priority in education sector and there is optimism that all public schools will have been connected by 2020, according to Rwanda Education Board (REB).[...][Published in AidNews - Read the[...]
[Premium Times] The Presidency has spoken out on the controversy over remarks by President Muhammadu Buhari at a forum in London on Wednesday in which he criticised the attitude of some Nigerian youth.[...][Published in AidNews - Read the original[...]
[Premium Times] The Police Service Commission (PSC) said on Thursday that 45 officers who participated in the successful arrest of notorious kidnap kingpin, Evans, have been granted special promotion.[...][Published in AidNews - Read the original[...]
[Premium Times] After more than 100 deaths and almost 400 confirmed infections, Nigeria in April recorded a sharp decline in the spread of Lassa fever.[...][Published in AidNews - Read the original article]
Source: The Irrawaddy Country: Myanmar By LAWI WENG The Myanmar Army (Tatmadaw) said yesterday that it would forcibly return Kachin IDPs from Awng Lawt who have fled to Tanai town. The army announced that Awng Lawt, which is near the headquarters of the Kachin Independence Army (KIA)’s Brigade 2, was now under the Tatmadaw’s control, according to local[...] […]
Source: Human Rights Watch Country: Iraq No Results From Promised Investigations (Erbil) – An incident on March 29, 2018, in which government workers removed about 80 bodies from a damaged house, raised suspicions of a cover-up of killings of possible Islamic State (also known as ISIS) suspects, Human Rights Watch said today. Human Rights[...]
Source: Government of Bangladesh, World Health Organization Country: Bangladesh, Myanmar Epidemiological Highlights Week 15 •156 health facilities are currently registered in EWARS. 116 reported were received[...]
Source: Government of Bangladesh, World Health Organization Country: Bangladesh, Myanmar Epidemiological Highlights Week 13 • 155 health facilities are currently registered as EWARS sites. 111 reported were[...]
Recently, the world was stunned to learn that an island of mostly plastic trash, floating in the Pacific Ocean, grew to the size of France, Germany and Spain combined. Because plastics take centuries to decompose, could civilization someday choke in it? Scientists at Britain's University of Portsmouth say they may have found a way to speed up the decomp […]
What if refilling a prescription was as easy as withdrawing money from an ATM? A South African tech company wants to make that possible. Its innovation, the Pharmacy Dispensing Unit, is being tested in Johannesburg, and health experts say it could provide a strong boost for the fight against HIV/AIDS in South Africa, and potentially the region. Zaheer Cassim […]
The United States and Cuba say their relations remain the same following the inauguration of the country's new president. Miguel Díaz-Canel was sworn in Thursday to replace Raúl Castro, who took over from his brother Fidel in 2006. VOA's Zlatica Hoke reports the new president has vowed to uphold the Castro legacy.
Students across the United States will march Friday to honor the memory of the victims of 1999's Columbine shooting. Energized by the momentum for stricter gun control since February's mass shooting at a Florida high school, young people have led the charge for change. Friday will mark the latest salvo in their nationwide calls for change. Arash Ar […]
Heads of state from across the world are gathered in London this week for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting. The organization emerged from the breakdown of the British Empire in the last century, and critics say it has failed to shake off its colonial legacy. But as Henry Ridgwell reports, the Commonwealth is under renewed focus in London, as Brit […]
South Korean President Moon Jae-in says he has encouraging news from Pyongyang about planned summits with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. U.S. lawmakers and experts are also weighing in on the flurry of diplomatic initiatives, as VOA Diplomatic Correspondent Cindy Saine reports from the State Department.
It may seem like just another week at the Trump White House. Word of a potentially historic breakthrough on North Korea is forced to compete with a scathing assessment of the president by his former FBI director and court appearances by his personal lawyer and an adult film actress who claims she had an affair with the president. Is this the new normal? Or i […]
Arizona teachers have voted to walk off the job to demand increased school funding, marking a key step toward a first-ever statewide strike that builds on a movement for higher pay in other Republican-dominant states. A grassroots group and the state’s largest teacher membership group said Thursday that teachers will walkout April 26. The vote was held this […]
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SOMALIA AGAINST CORRUPTION MOVEMENT
Moment Media Group
Durbaanka qabiilka dhagahaaga ka dabool
“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 […]
Madaxweynaha dalka Koonfur Afrika, Cyril Ramaphosa ayaa dib ogu laabtay dalkiisa, soona gabagabeeyay safar uu ku joogay magaalada London ee dalka Britain, halkaasi oo uu uga qeyb galayay shirka wadammada barwaaqa sooranka, si uu wax uga qabto rabshadaha laga soo sheegayo dalkiisa.
Wasiir ku dooday in Internetka ay kumanaan sano ka hor soo saareen Hindidii xilligaas noolayd ayaa la kulmay jeesjees. Wuxuu tusaale u soo qaatay gabyaa Hindi ah oo la oran jiray Mahabharata si uu doodiisa qiil ugu yeelo, laakin ma uusan helin cid ka qaadata.
Waxaa lagu wadaa in shirkadda bunka ee Starbucks ay xirto ku dhawaad 8,000 oo oo ku yaalla dalka Maraykanka bisha soo socota si ay shaqaalaheeda u siiso tababar ku aaddan fuquuqa. Ujeedada ayaa ah inay shirkadda ka hortagto in dhacdooyinka fuquuqa aysan ka dhicin makhaayadahooda.
Maxkamad ku taal gobolka California ee dalka Mareykanka ayaa sheegtay in loo baahan yahay in dacwad wadareed laga keeno shirkadda Facebook ka dib markii ay isticmaashay tiknolojiyadda lagu aqoonsado wajiga qofka.
Aljazeera.comWhat's triggering tension between Somalia and the UAE? - Al JazeeraAljazeera.comThe United Arab Emirates is ending a military training programme in Somalia and closing a hospital it ran in Mogadishu.UAE stops training Somalia's military after cash seizureDefenseNews.comIs Qatar taking advantage of Somalia – UAE dispute? | Africanewsafr […]
BloombergAl-Qaeda Raids in Somalia Scuttle Africa's Plan to Withdraw ...BloombergAfrican troops battling an al-Qaeda affiliate in Somalia for the past decade stand little chance of withdrawing by their deadline in two years as the government remains fragile and a spike in militant violence has drawn in U.S. forces.altro »
Face2Face Africa[Business Spotlight] From refugee to CEO in Somalia, the story of Mohamed Bashir OsmanFace2Face AfricaAs part of our effort to bring more unique stories of Africans and its Diaspora to the fore, we bring you the second instalment of the Business Spotlight series. Twenty-seven-year-old Mohamed Bashir Osman, better known as Maxamed Midnimo, was […]
Equal TimesThe ILO should investigate persecution of trade unions in Somalia, union leader saysEqual TimesThe head of Somalia's national journalists union NUSOJ says the International Labour Organization (ILO) should launch its own commission of inquiry into violence and intimidation against union officials in the country, because he doubts the governme […]
The Star, KenyaKDF troops offer free medical care to residents of Somalia town | The ...The Star, KenyaKenyan troops carried out free medical checks for residents of Busaar town in Somalia on Wednesday. The soldiers in the Amisom peacekeeping mission attended to the children, pregnant women and the elderly. The beneficiaries are among people most ...KDF troo […]
Al-ArabiyaUS expert: Qatar forcing Somalia to reject UAE aid 'could have ...Al-ArabiyaQatar strong-arming Somalia to reject yearsrsquo; worth of aid and assistance from the United Arab Emirates might have ldquo;serious.Arabic press review: UAE wants to hire another UN official | Middle ...Middle East Eyetutte le notizie (3) »
Somalia to launch multi-stakeholder dialogue forum for safety of journalistsMareeg MediaMogadishu, 19th April 2018: Somalia will become the first country in Eastern Africa to launch a multi-stakeholder dialogue forum for safety of journalists when stakeholders from the media, government, human rights organisations and civil society ...
UrduPoint NewsWHO roots for strong health system in Somalia to hasten reconstructionXinhuaNAIROBI, April 19 (Xinhua) -- The World Health Organization (WHO) on Thursday urged robust investments in Somalia's fragile health care infrastructure as a means to accelerate the country's reconstruction after two and a half decades of civil strife ...World H […]
Aljazeera.comSomalia-UAE tensions escalate after plane stopped in PuntlandAljazeera.comLast week, the Somali government had seized almost $10m in sealed bags from a UAE Royal Jet at Mogadishu International Airport. These incidents reflect the frosty relations between Mogadishu and Abu Dhabi since June last year when Mogadishu resisted ...Somaliland poet jail […]
Capital FM KenyaPolice hunt for Shabaab agents smuggling radicalised youth to SomaliaCapital FM KenyaBy JEREMIAH WAKAYA, NAIROBI, Kenya, Apr 19 – The National Police Service (NPS) is pursuing local Al-Shabaab contacts who aided three Kenyans to sneak to Somalia with the aim of joining the terror group. NPS Director for Corporate Communications ...Somalia: Ke […]
Displaced by drought and conflict, rural Somalis have been heading to Mogadishu in their tens of thousands. They get no safety or support and are increasingly targeted for forced evictions, but they are still coming. After yet another bad rainy season at the end of last year, Amina Muse abandoned her four-hectare farm in Qorylooley, a small village in sout […]
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 […]
Golaha wasiirada cusub oo ka kooban 16 wasiir ayaa waxaa ku jira wasiiro hore oo xilal kale loo magacaabay, waxana ka mid ah wasiirkii hore ee macdanta, oo hadda laga dhigay wasiirka gaashaandhigga iyo wasiiro kale.
Nin muddo dheer ku xigeen u ahaa hogaamiyaha Cuba, Raul Castro, ayaa lagu wadaa in maanta uu noqdo madaxweynaha cusub ee Cuba, taasoo ka dhigeysa in Cuba marki ugu horreysay uu xakumi doono nin ka baxsan qoyska reer Castro ku dhawaad 60 sannadood.
Tababare Jose Mourinho ayaa diiday cambaareynta kulul ee Paul Scholes uu u jeediyey Paul Pogba, isaga oo ku adkeystay in xiddiga reer France uu hab cayaareed wanaagsan soo bandhigay kulankii ay xalay 2-0 kaga adkaadeen Bournemouth. Pogba ayaa baasay goolkii uu dhaliyey Lukaku, xilli United ay 2-0 kaga adkaatay Bournemouth, ayada oo Smalling uu dhaliyey goolk […]
Xeer-beegti ku sugan magaalada Garden City, gobolka Kansas ee dalka Maraykanka ayaa Arbacadii shalay dambi ku helay 3 nin oo caddaan ah oo doonayey inay qarxiyaan guri iyo masjid ay leeyihiin dad Soomaali ah oo gobolkaas deggan.
Mid ka mid ah saraakiisha booliiska Soomaalida ee gobolka Minnesota ayaa loo dallacsiiyey darajada Saajin, iyada oo dalacsiintan ay imanayso xilli dambiyo lagu soo oogay mid ka mida ah saraakiishaas booliiska Soomaalida ah