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EU MP Speaks About Somaliland Quest for Independence

Hargeisa (The Horn)- Hon. James Carver who is a member of the European Parliament and represents the West midlands area of the UK has called on the people of Somaliland to increase their effort to seek for independence from the international community. The EU MP held an exclusive interview with …

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The Personalities of Somaliland’s Foreign Ministers Who Were Appointed by Administrations of Presidents Egal, Rayale, Silanyo and Musa

Hargeisa (The Horn)- When you gauge the political situation of the Horn of Africa region many political commentators think Somaliland needs a brand new foreign policy that can withstand the unpredictability of the political climate of the region. The people who have learnt political science and international relationship feel that …

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EDITORIAL: Mistrust Between the Opposition and the Government Rages On

The National Electoral Commission announced that the parliamentary and council elections has been postponed to March of 2019. This announcement comes at a very crucial moment the opposition and the government have stopped working together. This comes following the disagreement about the National electoral commission the body entitled by law …

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Another Tale: Effective Listen !

Abdisalaam Yassin A math teacher told his students to listen and take note. He said, “Rami worked at the fruit section of a supermarket. His height was 5.8 meters. His waist was 81 centimeters. He worked 10 hours a day and earned $10 per day. What did he weigh?” Students …

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International Community Plan to Restart Somalia/Somaliland Talks

Hargeisa (The Horn)- As things look at the moment the Somalia/Somaliland talks has stalled. However UN and some countries are trying to bring the parties together to the negotiation table this is according to information reaching the Horn Newspaper from reliable sources. The UN special envoy to Somalia and Somaliland …

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