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Remanded Citizen Dies at the Hargiesa Centrsl Prison

Hargeisa(Horn)- Relatives and friends are mourning the death of Late Abdirahman Abdilahi Hirsi who passed away at the Hargeisa prison on the 19th  May. According to the director  of prisons and human rights at Ministry of Justice Ibrahim Khadar Saeed, the late Abdirahman who was serving a long term sentence …

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Why Hargeisa Dances to Mogadishu Political Music Mohamed Ubo

By every standard, as Somalia political leaders fail to have a vision to fix its long standing problem, which has turned into vicious cycle of conflicts for over 26th years owing to dosages of national, regional, and international influences, Somalia works out to fail Somaliland as they are busy with …

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“The Government Of Somalia Has No Authority Whatsoever In Somaliland As Far As Berbera Is Concerned”

London(Horn)-On Thursday 20 April Africa Research Institute hosted HE Dr Sa’ad Ali Shire, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Somaliland, who addressed guests and answered questions on a wide range of issues including Somaliland’s role in the region, its electoral record, the impact of the devastating drought, DP World’s US$442 million investment in …

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Somaliland: UAE Military Base Spurs Russian Interest

Hargeisa(Horn)- For the first time in over 38 years a Russian diplomat has set foot in Somaliland. According to a press statement by the foreign ministry the visit by  the Deputy Consular of Russian Embassy in  Yury Kourchakov was an initial meet and greet for the Russians as well as …

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State Deters Dr Bulhan from Promoting Somaliland Sovereignty in Mogadishu

Hargeisa(Horn)– Ordinary citizens, intellectuals and government officials in Somalia shall not the opportunity to publicly debate the issue of Somaliland sovereignty. This opportunity was to have been availed courtesy of public speeches on the issue by prominent Somaliland intellectual  Dr Hussein Abdilahi Bulhan in Mogadishu. The much anticipated campaign to …

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Anti-Corruption Tsar Justifies Resignation to Petrification

Hargeisa (Horn) – Corruption seems to be an official policy in the government of Somaliland. This was stated by the outgoing chairperson of the Somaliland Anti-Corruption and Good Governance Commission AC&GG Ahmed Muhumed Madar during a presser at his residence in Hargeisa. The anti corruption Tsar who resigned a day …

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Mr President: What is your Conscientious Pledge?

“I hereby order all public watchdog agencies to perform and undertake their duties as per constitution stipulations” This ordered by president Ahmed Mahmud Silanyo was issued to the Anti-Corruption and Good Governance Commission, the Auditor General and Attorney General following a meeting at the presidency in Hargeisa. Information divulged to …

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Duo of Kulmiye Party MPs Lambast President over Inflation

Hornnewspaper(Horn)- The deteriorating economic standards in the country have been attributed to lackluster performance by the administration of president Silanyo Accordingly, this has resulted in the never ending spiral downwards in the local currency’s value and related price hikes for basic commodities that currently inundate citizens already capsized by effects …

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MP Rayte Rumoured with Intent to Decamp Wadani for Ruling Kulmiye

Hornnewspapers(Horn) – Rumours circulating the local political scene indicate that Somaliland Member of Parliament Ibrahim Jama Ali ‘Rayte’ is soon to join the ruling Kulmiye Party. Prior to the alleged defection from Opposition Wadani party , the MP is expected to officially resign his party  portfolio at as a member …

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Briefing on Severity of Drought in Somaliland

Introduction The situation of drought in eastern regions of Somaliland is deteriorating with high speed. The situation is more severe than information follow among the media as per our eyewitness in assessment trip to these regions. Drought is among the most devastating of natural hazards – crippling food production, depleting pastures, …

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