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Aid workers suspend operations as Somaliland, Puntland row
Tensions between Somalia's self-declared republic of Somaliland and the autonomous region of Puntland have risen, prompting some aid workers to temporarily leave the area, an NGO said. ...
Breaking into even smaller bits? Somalia
Puntland is losing its grip. The Sool dispute has been compounded by the secession of much of the Sanaag region from Puntland, to form yet another self-governing entity in the north....
Hijackers seize cargo plane in northern Somalia
The attackers seized the plane, which had come from Ethiopia, in Puntland's port of Bosasso. They then flew 150 km (90 miles) west to another coastal town, Las Qorey, the chairman of the area, Muse Gelle Farole, told Reuters. ...
MYM Claims Attack on Apostate Army Near Former Defense Ministry
A jihadist website posted a statement issued by the Mujahidin Youth Movement in which the group claimed responsibility for an attack against the Somali and Ethiopian Army near the former Defense Ministry and the assassination of a member of the security services....
President Yusuf Loses His Grip on Power
For the first time, Puntland -- President Yusuf's power base -- seemed threatened with losing its integrity, and a war between Somaliland and Puntland became a genuine possibility....
State's Frazer Says Africa Is a U.S. "Foreign Policy Priority" - U.S. working to improve conditions in Horn of Africa
In testimony before the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa and Global Health, Frazer said the United States is working to promote conflict resolution...
Eritrea-based Somali alliance blames Ethiopian forces for Mogadishu fire
The acts of incendiary that was ignited by the fire power of the Ethiopian occupation forces and their lackeys, the so-called TFG entity, that has been burning in the Bakaaraha grand market in Mogadishu is the only culmination of the ongoing atrocities....
Regional Dimensions of the Human Rights and Humanitarian Situation in the "Ogaden," Somalia, and Beyond - Testimony of Dr. J. Peter Pham
The following is the testimony of Dr. J. Peter Pham Director of the The Nelson Institute for International and Public Affairs James Madison Universityat the United States Congress House Committee...
Somalia's biggest market gutted by fire, one dead
A merchant died in a looting spree after a fire at the main market in the Somali capital destroyed around 200 stalls because no firefighers or equipment were on hand to stop it, shopkeepers said Wednesday. ...
Saudi Grand Mufti warns youths against seeking jihad abroad
We and others had previously warned against travelling abroad on this pretext because the situations were unsettled, the conditions uncertain, and the banners not clear....
Flight from Africa Perilous: Smugglers Carry Thousands Across Sea to Rich Mideast
In this decrepit port city at the easternmost tip of the continent, thousands of Africans are waiting to get out -- to escape the unrelenting war of Somalia...
A Calm Voice From Embattled Eritrea
Mr. Isaias lamented America’s role in the region, accusing it of propping up dictatorships in Somalia, Ethiopia and the Middle East and viewing everything through the cross-haired lens of terrorism and counterterrorism....
Clashes kill at least seven in northern Somalia
"Clan militiamen backing Somaliland opened fire on Puntland troops. Two battlewagons collided and five of the soldiers were killed. I could see it," said resident Ahmed Jama. ...
Range has faith in Somalia
The oil exploration company planning a £45million Aim listing this month believes the east African country is sitting on massive potential supplies. ...
‘As the Monsoon Season Ends, the Pirate Season Begins’
A swashbuckling source of starvation; The UN appreciates France's offer this week of naval protection for its aid ships, writes Daniel Sekulich. Somalia's pirates sure don't seem to care if their country goes hungry...
Row between Somali president, premier reportedly worsens - web site
The row between the president and the prime minister reportedly has got worse again, despite the recent assertions by Mudulod clan sages that they had settled the conflict between the two men. ...
MYM Claims Three Attacks Against Ethiopian Army 27-28 Sep
On 28 September a jihadist website posted a statement issued by the Mujahidin Youth Movement in which the group claimed responsibility for three attacks against the Ethiopian Army in Somalia. The statement was attributed to the Sada Al-Jihad Media Center of The Global Islamic Media Front. ...
Tensions Rise In Northern Somalia
Hassan Dahir Mohamud, Puntland's vice president, told The Associated Press that one soldier was killed and three others wounded. Somaliland officials had earlier in the week claimed on local radio stations that their troops killed three Puntland soldiers during a gunbattle at a village in a region called Sool. ...
UN envoy says French naval offer to help curb piracy off Somali coast
United Nations top envoy for Somalia said on Friday that France's offer to provide naval escorts to protect international food shipments to Somalia would help curb rampant piracy in the war-torn nation. ...
Foreign fishing vessel seized off Somalia coast
The vessel, FV Grego, was seized off northeastern Somalia and is believed to be docked in the coastal port of Berbera, said Andrew Mwangura of the Kenyan branch of the Seafarers' Assistance Programme. ...
Saudis Rethink Taboo on Women Behind the Wheel
“Fifty years ago, we rejected the mail and then we advanced,” said Mr. Sadhan, the television producer. “We refused radio, only to accept it, and then rejected TV, and only to accept that, too. We will accept women driving some day all the same, and the environment has to be prepared for it.”...
Somalia Tallies the Plagues, Fearing What’s Next
Hundreds of thousands of people are still on the verge of starvation, pirates still roam the seas, teenage gunmen still roam the streets, and the promise of a functioning government remains a vapor....
Somali president, premier agree to resolve their differences
Somali Prime Minister Ali Muhammad Gedi held a (Ramadan) breakfast ceremony last evening in Mogadishu for some of the delegates from Hawiye and Darod clan who attended the recent Mogadishu reconciliation conference....
Oil contracts, aid money said among causes of rift between Somali leaders
The rift between Somali President Abdullahi Yusuf and his Prime Minister Ali Muhammad Gedi is reported to have deepened following the arrest of the Somali high court chief and the dismissal of the attorney-general. ...
Gabayga Gelbis wuxuu soo baxay bishii August, 2007 waxaana curiyey abwaankii weynaa Cabdullahi Faarax Warsame ( Lecture) oo imminka ku nool magaalda Toronto. Abwaanku wuxu gabaygan u tiriyey laba dhallinyaro ah oo qoys cusub ku yagleelay magaalaada Fort Mcmurry ee gobolka Alberta, Canada....
Ethiopian Foreign Minister Expected to Mediate in Somali Political Crisis
Ethiopia's foreign minister is expected to travel soon to Somalia's seat of government in Baidoa to help resolve a deepening political crisis sparked by a dispute between the country's top leaders....
Range Resources Plummets 13.0% On Firm Volume
Range Resources (ASX: RRS) plummetted 9c (13.0 %) to 60c on Tuesday September 25. Compared with the All Ordinaries Index which rose 25.5 points (or 0.39%) on the day, this represented a relative price change of -13.4%....
US official said to visit Somalia, mediate between rival leaders
The US assistant secretary of state for African affairs, Jendayi Frazer, is expected to visit Somalia, especially Baydhabo. Frazer plans to hold talks with high-ranking government officials during her visit to Baydhabo. However, reports also indicate that the official aim of the visit is unclear. ...
Somalia shamed in African governance index
An index of good governance in sub-Saharan Africa out Tuesday showed Mauritius led the way, while Somalia was named and shamed as the worst. ...
Somalia: Fighting erupts between Somaliland, Puntland forces
Situation in Abeesaley [settlement in the disputed Sool Region] is now calm after Somaliland and Puntland forces exchanged artilleries at dawn. The fighting started after the self-declared republic of Somaliland forces fired artilleries at bases of the Puntland forces in the area where the two forces are facing each other. The Puntland forces responded with artilleries. ...
Somali opposition alliance in Asmara appoints executive council officials
Reports from Asmara, Eritrea, say following heated discussions, the congress for re-liberation of Somalia has today named its executive council officials and 11 secretaries....
Somali parliament to tackle government row
Parliament speaker Aden Mohamed Nur said President Abdullahi Yusuf Ahmed and Prime Minister Ali Mohamed Gedi will on Tuesday attend a parliamentary session to try to end the dispute. ...
Prince Talal's Plan To Launch Political Party
As for the prince's announcement of his wish to form a political party, it did not receive a comment by those concerned and who measure developments according to their shari'ah interpretations. However, it caused a stir in the foreign media. ...
Gulf News: It was about oil after all
In his just published memoir The Age of Turbulence: Adventures in a New World former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan suggested another motive for toppling Saddam Hussain, one most of us have always suspected: oil grab....
Row erupts in Somali government
A deep political row has erupted at the highest levels of Somalia's transitional government, already bogged down in a protracted struggle against a deadly insurgency, officials said on Sunday. ...
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