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Wararka Maanta- Jimco, Jun 1 , 2012
Ururka Ahlu Sunna Waljamaaca oo kasoo horjeestay shirka Istanbuul
Jimco, June 01, 2012 (HOL) - Ururka Ahlu Sunna Waljamaaca oo ka taliya qaybo kamid ah deegaannada gobollada dhexe ayaa kasoo horjeestay shirka dhinacyada Soomaalida iyo beesha caalamka uga soconaya magaalada Istanbuul ee dalka Turkiga.
Madaxa siyaasada ee ururka Ahlu Sunna Waljamaaca C/salaan Aadan Xuseen
Madaxa siyaasada ee ururka Ahlu Sunna Waljamaaca C/salaan Aadan Xuseen oo soo saaray qoraal loo qaybiyay warbaahinta ayaa tilmaamay in aan lagu casumin shirkaasi ururkooda, taa badalkeedana loo yeertay shakhsiyaad aan matalin ururka oo shirkaas kaga qaybgalay magaca Ahlu Sunna.
Waxaana uu sheegay in Ahlu Sunna ay soo dhawaynayso shir walba oo looga hadlayo nabadaynta Soomaaliya, balse ay diidanyihiin in dad aan matalin ay magacooda ku tagaan shir xal loogu raadinayo Soomaaliya.
Dawlada Turkigu ayuu ugu baaqay inay ka fiirsato cida ay ku cusamayso shirarka ay u qabanayso dhinacyada Soomaalida.
Ururka Ahlu Sunna Waljamaaca oo kamid ah dhinacyada siyaasadda Soomaalida, isla markaana ah saxiixayaashii Roadmapka ayaa qoraalkoodan ku sheegay inay ka go'antahay nabad ku soo dabaalida Soomaaliya.
Hoos ka akhriso nuqul kamid warsaxaafadeedka oo ku qoran English:
Axmed C/samad, Hiiraan Online
Nairobi , Kenya
Xaaladda Afmadow oo maanta deggan iyo Isgaarsiinta oo hawada ka maqan
6/1/2012 8:02 AM EST
Jimco, June 01, 2012(HOL): Waxaa maanta xaaladda deganaan ah laga dareemayaa magaalada Afmadow oo ay shalay la wareegeen ciidmaada dowladda KMG, Raaskaambooni iyo Militariga Kenya oo iskaashanaya, kadib markii ay isaga baxeen xoogagga Al-shabaab oo iyagu in mudo ah gacanta ku hayay degmadaasi.
Ciidamado ka socda Dalka Jabuuti oo maanta gaaray magaalada Beledweyne
6/1/2012 7:39 AM EST
Jimco, Jun, 01, 2012 (HOL) – Waxaa maanta ka degay garoonka diyaaradaha Ugaas Khaliif ee magaalada Beledweyne cutubkii ugu horeeyay ciidamo ka soda dowladda Jabuuti kuwaasoo qeyb ka noqon doona howlgalka midowgga Africa ‘’AMISOM’’ ee dalka Soomaliya.
Afhayeenka Al-shabaab oo sheegay in qabsashadii Afgooye ay qayb ka tahay Duulaan lagu soo qaaday Soomaaliya
6/1/2012 5:18 AM EST
Jimco, June 01, 2012 (HOL) — Afhayeenka Xarakada Al-Shabaab, Sheekh Cali Maxamuud Raage (Sheekh Cali Dheere) ayaa sheegay in qabsashadii degmada Afgooye ee gobolka Shabellaha Hoose ay ku timid isbaysi uu sheegay inay ku doonayaan dalalka masiixiyiinta ah inay ku qabsadaan dhulka muslimiinta.
Dalalka ay Ciidamadu ka joogaan Soomaaliya oo berri ku kulmaya Magaalada Addis Ababa ee dalka Itoobiya
6/1/2012 5:09 AM EST
Jimco, June 01, 2012 (HOL) — D ay ciidamadu ka joogaan Soomaaliya ayaa laug wadaa inay maalinta berri ah uu shir uga furmo magaalada Addis Ababa ee dalka Itoobiya, kaasoo ay uga hadli doonaan wejiga labaad ee howgalka ay Soomaaliya ka wadaan.
Shirka Soomaalida uga socda Turkiga oo maanta looga hadlayo Siyaasadda iyo Somaliland oo ka baxday
6/1/2012 4:55 AM EST
Jimco, June 01, 2012 (HOL) — Shirka Soomaalida ee dalka Turkiga ka socda oo maanta galay maalintiisii labaad ayaa looga hadlayaa arrimaha siyaasadda iyadoo lagu soo qaadi doono Roadmap-ka, waxaana shirka isaga baxay ergadii ka socotay Somaliland.
Key military defeats could end al-Shabab control in Somalia
6/1/2012 10:28 PM EST
With the recent loss of two key transit points, al-Qaida's Somali affiliate, for the first time in years, is facing what military analysts say is the likely end of the group's once-powerful rule over much of Somalia
Ethiopia Criticized Over Policy on Muslims
6/1/2012 3:02 PM EST
CAIRO – Tapping into six months of continuous Muslim protests, analysts have criticized the government plans to dominate influential mosques as a mere trial to solidify western support for the country as a bulwark against terrorists.
Somalia '90 days from the most momentous event in its recent history'
6/1/2012 2:44 PM EST
Time is running out for Somalia's discredited transitional government. It is due to be replaced by mid-August and, after months of talks, it seems its members may have accepted that, this time, the deadline is immutable.
Somali foreign donations missing
6/1/2012 2:27 PM EST
WASHINGTON, June 1 (UPI) -There are discrepancies in the amount of foreign donations received by Somalia and that reported by the government, a report states.
Turkey's policy in Africa: Frontiers of a new imagination
6/1/2012 7:05 AM EST
Turkish politicians have promised to contribute to the security, stability and prosperity in a wide range of territories beyond Turkey’s immediate neighborhood, such as South Asia and Africa. As a landmark example of Turkey’s newly generated interest in Africa, Ankara has initiated a large endeavor to open up embassies on the continent.
UN Chief Urges International Support for Somalia’s Security and Stability
6/1/2012 6:46 AM EST
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon is urging the international community to bolster security in Somalia as the country moves from its current transitional government.
Somalia to open embassy in Burundi: Somali president
6/1/2012 6:43 AM EST
Somalia is going to open an embassy in Burundi this year, visiting Somali President Sheikh Sharif Ahmed said on Saturday after his Burundian counterpart Pierre Nkurunziza met him in a courtesy visit in Cibitoke province, some 80 km west of the Burundian capital Bujumbura.
Piracy in Somalia an international challenge
Hurriyet Daily News
6/1/2012 6:40 AM EST
Prior to 1990 piracy was not a major concern in Somali. However, it cost between $6.6 and $6.9 billion in 2011, according to a recent study. The international community has undertaken an array of efforts to prevent and deter pirate attacks off Somalia’s coast. A number of countries also run their own anti-piracy operations in the waters off Somalia.
Somalia: Seamen beg for ransom to be paid
6/1/2012 6:38 AM EST
The families of merchant seamen held by Somali pirates for more than 18 months have said the hostages are being forced to call home with warnings they could suffer further abuses unless a $2.85m (£1.85m) ransom is paid.
A timeline of almost uninterrupted unrest in war-stricken Somalia
Hurriyet Daily News
6/1/2012 6:35 AM EST
Below is a timeline of 21 years of almost uninterrupted conflict in the Horn of Africa nation of Somalia, which has been battered by a civil war since the fall of President Mohammed Siad Barre in 1991.
Report: Somalia Has Not Accounted For Majority of Revenue
6/1/2012 6:30 AM EST
A World Bank report says the Somali government has not accounted for most of the revenues and donations it received in 2009 and 2010.
Group denounces Somalia Istanbul talks
6/1/2012 6:17 AM EST
A Somalia paramilitary group fighting Al-Shabaab alongside the Transitional Federal Government has dismissed as a “waste of time” the Somalia conference underway in Istanbul, Turkey.
UN report predicts increase in world's displaced
6/1/2012 1:54 AM EST
The number of people fleeing their homes and becoming refugees or displaced in their own countries will increase in the next 10 years as a result of a host of intertwined causes ranging from conflict and climate change to population growth and food shortages, according to a report Thursday by the U.N. refugee agency.
Long-term investment crucial for Somalia's recovery, development – UN envoy
6/1/2012 1:45 AM EST
The top United Nations official for Somalia called for greater investment in the Horn of Africa nation, as international partners gathered to renew their commitment to the country's recovery and development and to support the ongoing political transition.
REFUGEES: Moving out of the shadows
6/1/2012 1:29 AM EST
JOHANNESBURG (IRIN) - When night falls in the Dadaab refugee complex in eastern Kenya, nearly half a million refugees are plunged into darkness. The lack of light robs schoolchildren of the possibility of studying and provides perfect cover for thieves and rapists.
Al Shabab Is On The Move, For Better Or For Worse
6/1/2012 1:16 AM EST
Somali and African Union forces have captured another al Shabab stronghold and are moving on toward the rebel group's southern headquarters.
Over 18,000 People Displaced in Somalia's Afgooye Corridor
6/1/2012 1:12 AM EST
More than 18,000 Somalis have been displaced in Afgooye, about 30 km northwest of Mogadishu in the military operation by the allied forces in the past ten days, the UN relief agency said on Thursday.
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