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Wararka Maanta- Arbaco, May 23, 2012
Maydka Askari ka mid ah AMISOM oo lagu soo bandhigay Ceelasha-Biyaha iyo Barakac deegaankaas ka socda
Arbaco, May 23, 2012 (HOL) — Deegaanka Ceelasha biyaha ee duleedka Muqdisho ayaa waxaa maanta lagu soo bandhigay askari ka mid ah ciidamada AMISOM oo la sheegay in lagu dilay dagaalkii shalay, iyadoo sidoo kale deegaankaas ay dadkii ku noolaa ka barakacayaan.
Goobjoogayaal ku sugan deegaankaas ayaa HOL u sheegay in askariga lagu jiiday jidka dheer ee isku xira Muqdisho iyo Afgooye ayna halkaas isugu soo baxeen dad aad u fara badan si ay maydka u arkaan.
Sidoo kale, goobjoogayaasha ayaa waxay sheegeen inay jiraan dad deegaankaas ka barakacaya, kuwaasoo u socda deegaannada kale ee gobolka Shabeellada hoose iyagoo ka baqdin qaba inay dagaalladu soo gaaraan.
"Dadweyne badan ayaa isugu soo baxay Ceelasha si ay u arkaan maydka askariga AMISOM ee dagaalka lagu dilay, sidoo kale waxaa jira dad barakacaya," ayuu yiri goobjooge magaciisa ka gaabsaday inuu sheego.
Dhanka kale, goobjoogayaasha ku sugan deegaanka Ceelasha biyaha ayaa waxay sheegayaan in lagu arkayo degaankaas ciidammo fara badan oo kuwa Al-shabaab ah, kuwaasoo ku wajahan deegaannadii ay dagaalladu ka dhaceen.
Jidka isku xira Muqdisho iyo Afgooye oo saakay xirmay ayaa waxaa dib loo furay baqonimadii maanta, iyadoo gaadiidka ay si caadi ah u marayaan, iyadoo AMISOM saraakiishoodu ay sheegeen inay dagaalka sii wadayaan.
Maxamed Xaaji Xuseen, Hiiraan Online
Ciidamada Ammaanka Degmada C/casiis oo soo qabtay Rag watay Khamri Baakado ku jira (SAWIRRO)
5/23/2012 1:43 PM EST
Arbaco, May 23, 2012(HOL): Hadal ka soo baxay maamulka Gobolka Banaadir ayaa lagu sheegay in howlgal ay sameeyeen Ciidamada Nabadgelyada Degmada C/casiis lagu soo qabqabtay rag watay Khamri kartoomo ku jira oo ka kooban 24 kartoon.
RAJO QARANNIMO: “Muqdisho waa sidee 21 sano oo dagaal sokeeye ah kadib”? (DAAWO SAWIRRO)
5/23/2012 11:07 AM EST
Tagitaankayga caasimada Soomaaliya markii iigu horreysay ee noloshayda, waxay ahayd mid dareen gaar ah igu abuurtay.
Wafdi ka socda hay’adda USAID oo maanta gaaray magaalada Beledweyne
5/23/2012 10:17 AM EST
Arbaco, May, 23, 2012 (HOL) –Mas’uuliyiinta maamulka gobollka Hiiraan oo uu horkacayay guddoomiyaha maamulka gobollka C/fitaax Xassan Afrax ayaa maanta ku soo dhaweeyay magaalada Beledweyne wafdi ka socday hay’adda USAID iyo hay’addo kale oo isku dhaf ah kuwaasoo ka soo degay garoonka diyaaradaha magaalada Beledweyne.
Ugaas Cusub oo ay yeeshaan beelaha Degga Waqooyiga Hargeysa oo magaaladda Hargeysa lagu Caleemo Saaray
5/23/2012 10:16 AM EST
Arbaco, May 23, 2012 (HOL)-Ugaaskii ugu horeeyey beelaha degga waqooyiga Magaaladda Hargeysa yeeshaan ayaa maanta lagu caleemo saaray magaaladda Hargeysa, gaar ahaan hotel Maansoor.
Ku-simaha Ra’iisal Wasaaraha Soomaaliya oo booqday Arday wax ku barta Dugsiga H/Dhexe iyo Sare ee Xamar Jajab
5/23/2012 9:28 AM EST
Arbaco, May 23, 2012(HOL): Ku-Simaha Ra’iisul Wasaaraha Soomaaliya ahna Wasiirka ganacsigga Cabdiwahaab Ugaas Xuseen Ugaas Khaliif oo maanta booqday Wasaaradda Waxbarashada ee Xukuumadda Soomaaliya iyo dugsiga H/dhexe iyo Sare ee Xamar Jajab halkaasoo ay wax ka bartaan 590 arday oo warbarasho lacag la’aan ah helay.
Qaxootiga ku Jira Xerooyinka Dhadhaab oo ka Cabanaya Kooxo Burcad ah oo Dhibaato Ba'an ku Haya
5/23/2012 6:43 AM EST
Arbaco, May 23, 2012 (HOL) — Qaxootiga ku jira xerooyinka ku yaal degmada Dhadhaab ee gobolka waqooyi bari Kenya ayaa ka cabanaya dhibaatooyin ba’an oo ay kala kulmaan kooxo burcad ah oo dhac u geysta shacabka iyo ganacsatada ku nool qaar katirsan xerooyinka ku yaal Dhadhaab.
Hogaamiyaasha Dhaqanka oo Dhaliilay Hab Socodka Shirka Odayaasha-Dhaqanka ee Muqdisho ka socda
5/23/2012 6:40 AM EST
Arbaco, May 23, 2012 (HOL) — Kulan ay ka qayb-galeen odayaasha-dhaqanka Soomaliyeed loogana hadlayay muuqaalka uu yeelanayo aayaha ummadda Soomaaliyeed iyo wadada loo marayo sidii lagaga gudbi lahaa xilliga KMG ah ayaa lagu qabtay Hotelka Ambassador ee magaalada Muqdisho.
Qoysaskii hore uga Barakacay Deegaanka Hoosingoow ee Gobolka Jubbada Hoose oo dib ugu laabanaya Guryahooda
5/23/2012 6:20 AM EST
Arbaco, May 23, 2012 (HOL) — Qoysaskii dhawaan kasoo barakacay dagaallo iyo duqeymo isbiirsaday oo xoogagga Al-shabaab iyo ciidamada huwanta ah u dhexmarayay deegaanka Hoosingoow ayaa haatan bilaabay in ay dib ugu noqdaan guryahooda.
Xukuumadda KMG Soomaaliya oo sheegtay inay baarayso Warbaahinta Qaarkeed oo faafiyay warar ka dhan ah Nabadda
5/23/2012 3:42 AM EST
Arbaco, May 23, 2012 (HOL) — War-saxaafadeed ay wasaaradda warfaafinta DKMG ah ee Soomalaiya soo saartay ayaa lagu sheegay in warbaahinta Soomaalida qaar ka mid ah baaritaanno lagu sameynayo kuwasaoo ay sheegeen inay faafiyeen warar lagu aflagaadeynayo madaxda DKMG ah, laguna abuurayo jahwareer ku saabsan nabadda iyo heshiiska Roadmap-ka.
DAAWO SAWIRRADA Goobihii ay Ciidamada AMISOM iyo kuwa DKMG ah ee Soomaliya ku tageen Dagaalkii Shalay
5/23/2012 3:21 AM EST
Arbaco, May 23, 2012 (HOL) — Ciidamada dowladda KMG Soomaaliya iyo AMISOM ayaa waxay shalay gaareen dhul ku yaalla duleedka Muqdisho, kaddib dagaal culus oo ay la galeen xoogagga Al-shabaab oo gacanta ku haya deegaannada ku yaalla duleedyada Muqdisho.
Saraakiisha Xarakada Al-shabaab iyo kuwa AMISOM oo ka hadlay dagaalkii shalay ku dhexmaray Duleedka Muqdisho
5/23/2012 3:08 AM EST
Arbaco, May 23, 2012 (HOL) — Taliska AMISOM iyo Xarakada Al-shabaab ayaa ka sheegtay guulo dagaallo culus oo shalay ku dhexmaray duleedka Muqdisho, iyadoo ay xalaadda goobihii lagu dagaalamay maanta yihiin kuwo nabdoon.
Madaxda Soomaalida ee ku shirsan Itoobiya oo isku fahmi la'a qodobbo ka mid ah Dastuurka iyo Xulidda Ergooyinka
5/23/2012 2:46 AM EST
Arbaco, May 23, 2012 (HOL) — Shirka madaxda Soomaalida uga socda magaalada Addis Ababa ee xarunta dalka Itoobiya ayaa weli isku mari dhowr qodob oo ka mid ah dastuurka, iyadoo sidoo kalena uu jiro muran ku saabsan qaabka loo xulayo ergooyinka ansixinta dastuurka iyo kuwa soo xulaya baarlamaanka cusub.
Somali government springs to life, but Bakara market clean-up angers some kiosk owners
5/23/2012 7:39 PM EST
MOGADISHU, Somalia — Like many other residents of Mogadishu, Ali Osman, who sells wares at the Bakara market, had longed for an end to lawlessness and violence that plagued the capital for two decades.
Ethiopian to resume flights to Hargeisa
5/23/2012 7:22 PM EST
Ethiopian Airlines, the fastest growing airline in Africa, is pleased to announce the resumption of its flights to Hargeisa in Somaliland as of 10 June 2012.
UAE decision to sentence Somali pirates to life praised
5/23/2012 7:16 PM EST
DUBAI // The life imprisonment of 10 Somali pirates this week showed the UAE's commitment to prosecute raiders, and gave momentum to the global battle against piracy, diplomats and security experts say.
KDF slowed down by delayed MoU
5/23/2012 6:59 PM EST
Kenya Defence Force (KDF), currently in limbo about five kilometres from Afmadow are under pressure to resume operations following the regrouping of Al Shabaab out of Afgooye town.
War-Torn Country Officially Bans Anti-Personnel Mines
AP Mine Ban Convention
5/23/2012 6:56 PM EST
Geneva, 23 May 2012 — Somalia has joined the landmark Anti-Personnel Mine Ban Convention, or Ottawa Convention, becoming the 160th State Party to the international treaty which bans the use, stockpiling, production and transfer of anti-personnel mines. With Somalia's accession, every state in Sub-Saharan Africa is now bound by the Convention.
Coca Cola opens $15m bottling plant in Somaliland
5/23/2012 6:52 PM EST
Coca-Cola Co. has opened a $15 million bottling plant in Somalia's breakaway enclave of Somaliland, part of a plan to win more African consumers by investing $12 billion in the continent by 2020, the company said on Wednesday. The production plant is the first major industrial investment for the enclave, which declared independence from Somalia in 1991, but has not been recognised internationally.
Gov't calls for full protection of Filipino seafarers against pirate attacks
5/23/2012 8:48 AM EST
The Philippine government urged today concerned companies and governments to ensure full protection of Filipino seafarers against pirate attacks off the coast of Somalia.
UNESCO launches USD2m groundwater project for Horn of Africa
5/23/2012 8:15 AM EST
US government supported project aimed at assuring water in emergency situations in the horn of Africa was launched Tuesday in Nairobi, Kenya.
AU troops battle Somali rebels for control of IDP corridor
5/23/2012 7:50 AM EST
Fighting erupted outside Somalia's capital as African Union and government troops launched attacks against al Shabaab insurgents in a push to seize further ground from the rebels, AU officials said on Tuesday.
Somalia's private sector can help rather than hinder development
5/23/2012 7:47 AM EST
Somalia's business community can support aid efforts – but humanitarian agencies must better understand how.
Regina debate team takes silver at nationals
5/23/2012 1:05 AM EST
Two Regina teens have argued their way to becoming one of the top debate teams in the country. Nasra Moumin and Areeb Salim, who are both 15 and attend Campbell Collegiate, placed second at the 2012 Canadian Senior Debating Tournament held in Montreal last weekend.
Reporters Exposing Somali Pirates and Domestic Violence in Afghanistan to Receive Prestigious Journalism Award
5/23/2012 12:27 AM EST
A Kenyan journalist investigating the Somali pirates and an Afghan broadcaster exposing violence against women will receive the 2012 Knight International Journalism Awards, the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) announced. The award recognizes excellent reporting that makes a difference in the lives of people around the world. Kassim Mohamed is an investigative reporter covering Kenya and Somalia, a nation plagued by lawlessness and piracy. He has chronicled the ensuing chaos in great detail—and at great personal risk —for the Nairobi-based Star FM radio station and The Star newspaper. His in-depth interviews with Somali pirates have shed light on a lucrative industry that endangers international sea routes. During one investigation, the pirates took him hostage. After they freed him, he wrote a groundbreaking story on the struggles of the pirates’ wives. He has received death threats. A Kenyan of the Somali ethnic community, Mohamed covered the beleaguered Somali refugees living in Nairobi. He wrote about gangs that terrorized a Somali neighborhood in Nairobi as the police apparently looked the other way. After the story appeared, the police arrested 65 gang members. Afghan broadcaster Sami Mahdi has revolutionized Afghanistan’s media landscape. In a country where the Taliban once starved people of information, Mahdi is one of the most reliable sources of news. More than that, he has engaged Afghans in a way no other newscaster has. As the director of news and current affairs at 1TV, Afghanistan’s fastest-growing independent news station, he has pioneered programs such as “Kabul Debate Live,” a televised town hall meeting. In this show, he invites political leaders to appear before a live audience. For the first time, citizens can ask questions about critical issues, while viewers can phone or text in their concerns. It is one of the few ways Afghans can demand accountability from those in power. Mahdi is unafraid to take on taboo subjects. In an effort to stop violence against women, he launched the show “Niqab” (Mask). Afghan women, hiding behind a mask, talk to a live audience about rape and domestic violence. The masks encourage women to speak without fear of reprisals. The winners of this year's award, sponsored by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, will be honored at ICFJ’s Awards Dinner in Washington, D.C., on Nov. 13. “These fearless journalists expose abuses despite the risk of violence from Somali pirates and the Taliban,” says ICFJ President Joyce Barnathan. “As a result, they have changed minds—and policies.” Seasoned journalists and Knight International Journalism Fellows nominated the candidates. They include: Elizabeth Ballantine, ICFJ director and director, The McClatchy Company; Jacqueline Barnathan, executive editor, CBS Newspath; Christopher Isham, vice president and Washington bureau chief, CBS News; Rob Doherty, U.S. general manager, Thomson Reuters; Doug Mitchell, consultant and project manager, National Public Radio and former Knight International Journalism Fellow; Rob Rehg, ICFJ director and president, Edelman, Washington; Andrew Stephen, British journalist; Susan Talalay, ICFJ advisory board member and former director, Knight International Journalism Fellowships; and ICFJ’s Barnathan.
2013 murder trial set for Somalis in piracy case
5/23/2012 12:20 AM EST
NORFOLK, Va. -- A 2013 trial date has been set for three Somali men charged with murdering four Americans aboard a yacht off the coast of Africa.
Minneapolis cop who was fired over assault charge rehired
5/23/2012 12:18 AM EST
A Minneapolis police officer who had been fired over a domestic abuse allegation has been rehired with back pay, according to his attorney and the police department. Mukhtar Abdulkadir, one of the state's only Somali-American police officers, will forfeit 30 hours of pay as part of the deal.
How taking the fight to pirates is turning the tide
5/23/2012 12:08 AM EST
As 10 Somalis are jailed for life in Abu Dhabi for hijacking a UAE cargo vessel, other countries too have had enough of anarchy on the high seas and are taking the fight to the lawless pirate gangs. Laura Collins reports
HEALTH: Healthcare in the crossfire
5/23/2012 12:04 AM EST
BANGKOK, 23 May 2012 (IRIN) - As Mohammed Mohammedi lay trapped in the car with his co-worker, pinned down by heavy gunfire, they promised each other that whoever made it out alive would tell the other’s family. Now, 12 years after he was captured and beaten by militias in Somalia while carrying out a polio vaccination campaign, he realizes this was a “futile promise”.
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