The Humanitarian Situation In Las Anod – Separating Fact From Fiction
The Humanitarian Situation in Las Anod - Separating Fact From Fiction: A briefing paper exposing fake evidence supporting unfounded claims that of Somaliland Army bombed civilian areas of Las Anod town.
The Somaliland Community In Minnesota Urged Parliamentarians To Denounce Somaliland Peace...
The Somaliland community in Minnesota has asked the members of parliament to act against hostile groups trying to destabilize the only democratic nation.
European Union Correctly Identifies Las Anod Issue As Solely For Somalilanders...
Statement on behalf of the European Union by Dr. Annette Weber, EU Special Representative for the Horn of Africa, at UNSC Private Meeting on Somalia
In The Footsteps Of AT Curle To Unearth The Borders Of...
A 20-day expedition through remote areas of Ethiopia, to prospect the ancient medieval cities that Alexander T. Curle located at the 20th century.
How Quinnipiac University Helped A Poor Ethiopian Boy Become A Scientist?
How did one poor Ethiopian family raise a son to become a US-trained scientist? Poverty did not stop from earning a life-changing degree
A Year In The Horn Of Africa
A Year in the Horn on the latest developments in Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia, Somaliland, and Djibouti over the past year which contextualize 2022
Ruto Set To Open New Mission In Somaliland In Fresh Executive...
According to Executive Order No.1 of 2023 by Kenyan President Ruto, the 7 new missions will be based in Hargeisa, Djibouti, Bern, Arusha, Goma, and Jakarta
How N-Soft Help Governments Finding Revenue Leakages In A Mobile Money...
This is where N-Soft technology plays an important role in assisting governments with tools to offer visibility into their country’s revenue leakages.
‘One Of The World’s Cruelest Migrant Smugglers’ Arrested In Sudan
39-year-old Kidane Zekarias Habtemariam, one of the world’s cruelest migrant smugglers, whose network stretched from Somalia to Libya, was finally arrested
Israeli, Emirati Leaders Meet Sisi In Egypt
Israel's Prime Minister Naftali Bennett held a 3-way summit in Egypt with the Egyptian and Emirati leaders against the background of the Iran nuclear talks, Israeli media said.
Some Tiny Islands Near Yemen Could Have A Big Role In...
The Yemeni islands of Mayun and the Socotra Archipelago have central locations in some of the world's most important waterways.
Biden Says ICC Arrest Warrant For Putin Justified
US President said it was justified that the ICC had announced an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin on the war crime accusation of unlawfully deporting Ukrainian children.
Braverman Policies Are ‘Heartless’, Says Ex-Home Office Adviser Nimco Ali
Nimco Ali said prime minister Rishi Sunak would not win the next general election with Braverman as his home secretary
ASIA & PACIFIC
Hadraawi: The Poet On The Lips Of Every Somali
The Somali people are known as "a nation of poets" and there is no greater poet of modern times than Mohamed Ibrahim Warsame “The Poet on the Lips of Every Somali”,
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.
US Says Declassified Footage Shows Black Sea Drone Incident With Russian...
Pentagon says declassified footage shows Russian Su-27 approaching the back of MQ-9 drone and beginning to release fuel as it passes.
Ilhan Omar Kicked Off House Foreign Affairs Committee
Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) was kicked off the House Foreign Affairs Committee in a party-line vote that followed a contentious debate on the House
Genel Intends To Spud A Well In Somaliland Within 12-16 Months
Genel Energy intends to spud a well in Somaliland within 12-16 months on the Toosan prospect.
20 African Women Of Impact 2022
Mariam Dahir, a Somaliland doctor, researcher, lecturer, and anti-female genital mutilation (FGM) activist is one of the 20 most impactful African women in 2022
Somaliland Faced Systemic Racism In The Global COVID19 Response: Study
People in Somaliland and other low and middle-income countries faced systemic racism in the global COVID-19 response
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