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Reflecting On Liberation: 42 Years On With A Freedom-Fighting Welsh Somalilander

A leading member of the Welsh Somaliland community has been recalling the day 42 years ago when he avoided being jailed with 20 fellow freedom fighters because he had escaped to a neighboring country.

A 102-Year-Old Man From Somaliland Went From Camel Farmer To Traveling...

A 102-year-old veteran from Somaliland went from camel farming to traveling all over the world as a merchant seaman.


‘Highly Confidential’ Talks Underway To Mediate Ethiopia, Somalia On MoU Saga

Presidents Ismail Omar Guelleh and William Ruto are facilitating “highly confidential” talks in Nairobi in a bid to find a way out of the impasse between Ethiopia and Somalia, sources at the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) disclosed to The Reporter.




FM Taye-Atske Selassie’s Statement: Ethiopia’s National Security Concerns

In a recent statement to state media, Ethiopia's newly appointed Foreign Minister, Taye-Atske Selassie, emphasized the importance of direct access to the sea for the stability and national security of the country.

Exploring The Russian Perspective: Resolving The Ethiopia And Somalia Conflict Without...

According to Evgeny Terekhin, the Russian ambassador in Addis, Ethiopia and Somalia, to resolve conflict without outside interference, so far neither side asked to mediate the crisis


Djibouti’s Foreign Policy Dilemma: A Controversial Stance On Houthi Attacks And...

In a recent turn of events, Djibouti's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mahamoud Ali Youssouf, has sparked controversy by openly supporting Houthi attacks in the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden.


Ruto Fronts Raila For AU Top Job In Secret Handshake Deal

President Ruto is fronting Azimio la Umoja leader Raila Odinga, who is a strong supporter of Somaliland’s quest for international recognition, for an AU top job in a deal that could tilt the political landscape 



The Power Play: Djibouti’s Entry for AUC Chairmanship and East Africa’s...

Djibouti's entry into the race for the next AUC chairmanship could see member states in two key blocs in the Eastern Africa region take sides ahead of the voting next year.

President Ruto Picked To Lead AU Institutional Reforms

"Debt instruments are outdated and do not sufficiently take into account differences and climate and stranded assets risks" said President Ruto.


Tensions Escalate As Iran Launches Aerial Attack On Israel

In a dramatic turn of events, Iran has launched an air attack on Israel, with drones and missiles reportedly en route to Israeli territory. The United States and Israel have confirmed the ongoing aerial assault, with Jordan and Iraq closing their airspace in response to the escalating situation. The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) of Iran has claimed responsibility for the attack, citing it as a response to what they termed as "Israeli crimes". The operation, codenamed "True Promise", involved the release of numerous drones and missiles aimed at Israeli targets. This aggressive move comes on the heels of an Israeli attack on the Iranian consulate in Syria, which resulted in the deaths of seven IRGC members. Israel, on the other hand, has been on high alert following the recent tensions, particularly since its strike on Damascus earlier in the month. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has emphasized the country's preparedness for a direct attack from Iran, while the Minister of Defense, Yoav Gallant, has stated that Israel is closely monitoring the planned attack by Iran and its allies. The international community, particularly the United States, has expressed support for Israel in the face of this threat. President Joe Biden has reaffirmed the US commitment to stand with Israel against Iran, with the White House confirming that the President is regularly updated on the situation and is in constant communication with Israeli officials, US partners, and allies. Syria, a key player in the region, has also taken precautionary measures by putting its Russian-made Pantsir ground-to-air defense systems on high alert around the capital Damascus and major bases. Additionally, several countries, including Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, and Israel, have temporarily closed their airspace in response to the imminent threat. The potential impact of this aerial attack is significant, with retired Israeli general Amos Yadlin highlighting the explosive capacity of the Iranian drones involved. Israel's military has activated sirens in threatened areas and is prepared to defend against any incoming threats. The tension and anticipation in Israel are palpable, with reports indicating that the country is on edge, awaiting the arrival of the drones, which are expected to take several hours to reach their targets. The broader context of this conflict cannot be overlooked, as it occurs against the backdrop of ongoing hostilities in the region. Israel's prolonged military campaign in Gaza has heightened tensions, leading to confrontations with Lebanon and Syria, as well as long-range attacks on Israeli targets from distant locations such as Yemen and Iraq. Furthermore, the seizure of a container ship linked to Israel by Iranian armed forces near the Strait of Hormuz adds another layer of complexity to the situation, underscoring the multifaceted nature of the geopolitical dynamics at play. As the world watches the unfolding events with concern, the potential ramifications of this latest escalation are far-reaching. The delicate balance of power in the Middle East, the involvement of global superpowers, and the complex web of regional alliances all contribute to the gravity of the situation. The need for de-escalation and diplomatic efforts to mitigate the rising tensions cannot be overstated. The risk of further conflict and the potential for wider destabilization in the region underscore the urgency of finding peaceful resolutions to the underlying issues driving this latest flare-up. In conclusion, the air attack launched by Iran on Israel represents a critical juncture in the complex geopolitical landscape of the Middle East. The repercussions of these actions have the potential to reverberate far beyond the immediate region, underscoring the imperative of international cooperation and diplomatic engagement to navigate through this perilous period. As the world holds its breath, hoping for a peaceful resolution, the significance of these events cannot be overstated, and the need for measured and strategic responses is paramount in averting further escalation and preserving stability in the region.

International Court Hears South Africa Genocide Case Against Israel

John Dugard, who heads South Africa’s legal team at the International Court of Justice, has previously accused the Israeli army of war crimes in the 2000s.


UK Immigration Minister Quits Over Rwanda Migration Bill

Britain's ruling Conservative Party was in disarray Wednesday after its immigration minister quit over legislation regarding sending migrants to Rwanda as hardliners turned the screw on Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.

UK Signs New Migration Treaty With Rwanda To Evade Courts

Britain and Rwanda signed a new treaty on Tuesday in a bid to revive a controversial proposal by London to transfer migrants to the country.


U.S. Kills Al-Qaeda Leader Ayman Al-Zawahiri In Drone Strike In Kabul

The United States has killed Ayman al-Zawahiri, the leader of al-Qaeda and one of the world’s most-wanted terrorists

Indonesian Sriwijaya Air Crash: Everything We Know So Far

A Sriwijaya Air plane crashed shortly after taking off from the Indonesian capital, Jakarta, on Saturday, killing 62 people.


WATCH: Yet Another Video Surfaces, Making Ilhan Omar’s Real Allegiance Even...

Yet Another Video Surfaces: Now, in light of this new video, Greene, or someone else, needs to introduce another resolution: one to expel Omar from Congress. She has now made it absolutely undeniable that she has no allegiance to the United States and that she considers Somalia to be her country.

GOP Majority Whip Tom Emmer Calls For Ethics Investigation Into Ilhan...

Majority Whip Tom Emmer (R-MN) sent a letter Wednesday to the House Ethics Committee requesting an investigation into Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) over a recent viral speech in Somali in which she allegedly claimed to be working in Somalia’s interest in Congress.







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