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In The Fog Of War Like Father, Like Son

Yusuf Deyr The American dream has run out of gas.   The car has stopped.   It no longer supplies the World with  it’s image, it’s dreams, it’s fantasies.  No more.   It is over.  It supplies the World with it’s nightmares and terror.  The raid and conquer and occupation of other countries …

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We Were Combing A Bald Head For Seven Years

President Musa, Is The Messiah Of Somaliland Yusuf Deyr Reading the desperate face of the lay – man on the street is my favourite book.  Using his tongue as a pen inked with twisted tears, deep, deep from his heart.  As we share and have many things in common.  That …

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Somaliland: Not Getting Frozen In Time

Dr. Yusuf Dirir Ali Just yesterday I accidently met a Chinese-looking guy in a restaurant in Burao.  An acquaintance of mine introduced us and from there we began our conversation. The gentleman was a Chinese Muslim from North-West China and he came to Somaliland looking for investment opportunities. Mr. Abdurrahman …

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No illusions about the challenges facing Somaliland

By: Financial Times Last week, the Republic of Somaliland’s independent National Electoral Commission announced the result of our country’s presidential election, which took place on November 13. For a sixth consecutive occasion since 2003, Somaliland’s citizens participated in multi-party and largely peaceful elections, certified as free and fair by a …

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CONGRATULATIONS

I would like to congratulate the 29 young Somaliland ladies who succeeded to graduate in the profession of Office Management and Secretarial skills. These 29 young women succeeded out of 153 candidates who applied to the course. I was very proud to see how employers were hiring these young girls …

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Africa’s Singapore is slowly taking shape Bashir Goth

Djibouti does not frequently feature in the headlines, but the leader of the tiny country in the Horn of Africa and his international partners recently touted this state of rock mountains, and extremely hot weather as the new Dubai, the Shekou of East Africa, and the rising African Singapore.   …

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Saudi Arabia Confrontation with Qatar Ahmed Ali Abdi

“Nature of The Conflict Concerns and Questions” Saudi-Qatari disputes have periodically flared over the last 20-plus years in the wake of a 1992 border clash and the 1995 palace coup in Qatar that saw Hamad bin Khalifa al Thani replace his Saudi-aligned father as emir. A 1996 counter coup attempt …

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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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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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