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Wararka Maanta- Isniin, Jun 3 , 2013
YOUTUBE: Kulankii Cayaartooydii Hore Kubada Koleyga Magaalada Ashland ee Sannadkan 2013
Kulan Dhexmaray Ra'iisul Wasaaraha Australia iyo Ra'iisul Wasaarihii Hore ee Soomaaliya Cabdiweli Gaas (SAWIRRO)
6/3/2013 12:56 PM EST
Melbourne, June 3 (HOL) - shalayto oo taariikhdu ahayd 2nd June 2013, ayaa waxaa magaalada Melbourne ee dalka Australia kulan ku dhex-maray R/Wasaaraha Australia Julia Gillard iyo R/Wasaarihii hore ee Somalia mudane Prof C/Weli Maxamed Cali Gaas.
Dibadbaxyo lagu Dalbanayo in Maxaabiista Xabsiyada Itoobiya ku jira lasii daayo oo ka dhacay Addis Ababa (SAWIRRO)
6/3/2013 12:46 PM EST
Isniin, Juun 03, 2013 (HOL) — Dad tiradoodu ahayd 10,000 ayaa dibadbaxyo ay ku dalbanayaan in maxaabiista ku jira xabsiyada Itoobiya lasii daayo ka dhigay magaalada Addis Ababa ee xarunta dalka Itoobiya, iyadoo dadkaas ay cambaareyn u jeediyeen xisbiga talada dalkaas haya ee EPRDF.
Guddoomiyaha Baarlamaanka oo la kulmay Ergayga cusub ee Qarammada Midoobay ee Arrimaha Soomaaliya (SAWIRRO)
6/3/2013 11:37 AM EST
Isniin, Juun 03, 2013 (HOL) — Guddoomiyaha baarlamaanka Soomaaliya, Prof. Maxamed Sheekh Cismaan (Jawaari) isla markaana ah sii hayaha xilka madaxweynimo ee Soomaaliya ayaa maanta kula kulmay Muqdisho ergayga cusub ee Qaramada Midoobay ay u soo magacowday Soomaaliya, Nicholas Key.
Deeq Raashin ah oo ay ku deeqday dowladda Turkiga oo la gaarsiiyay qaar ka mid ah Deegaannada Gobolka Sool (SAWIRRO)
6/3/2013 11:26 AM EST
Isniin, Juun 03, 2013 (HOL) — Gaadiid sida in ka badan 150 tan oo raashin ah qaybna ka gargaar dowladda Turkigu ugu deeqday dadka Soomaaliyeed ayaa gaaray magaalada Widhwidh oo 100-km dhinaca galbeed kaga beegan magaalada Laascaanood ee xarunta gobolka Sool.
Dowladda Somalia oo ugu baaqday dalka Koonfur Afrika Badbaadinta Nafta iyo Hantida Soomaalida dalkeeda ku nool
6/3/2013 10:56 AM EST
Isniin, Juun 03, 2013 (HOL) — Shir jaraa’id oo uu Muqdisho ku qabtay ku-simaha xoghayaha joogtada ah ee wasaaradda arrimaha dibadda iyo iskaashiga caalamiga ah ee Soomaaliya, danjire Cabdisalaam Xaaji Axmed Liibaan ayaa wuxuu ugu baaqay dowladda Koonfur Afrika inay ka shaqeyso badbaadinta nafta iyo hantida dadka Soomaaliyeed ee dalkeeda ku nool.
Xarakada Al-shabaab oo Magaalada Jilib ee Gobolka Jubbada Dhexe kusoo ban-dhigtay Maxaabiis Kenyan ah
6/3/2013 9:15 AM EST
Isniin, Juun 03, 2013 (HOL) — Xarakada Al-shabaab ayaa degmada Jilib ee gobolka Jubbada dhexe laba qof oo Kenyan ah, kuwaasoo ay bishii hore ka soo qafaasheen gudaha dalka Kenya, kaddib markii ay weerar lama filaan ah ku qaadeen xilli habeen ah.
Madaxweynaha Dowladda Soomaaliya oo sheegay in Xukuumaddiisu aysan wax colaad ah u Qabin Dalka Kenya
6/3/2013 8:43 AM EST
Isniin, Juun 03, 2013 (HOL) — Madaxweynaha Soomaaliya, Xasan Sheekh Maxamuud ayaa sheegay in xukuumaddiisu aysan kula dagaalsanay Kenyan xal u helidda ammaanka iyo dib u soo celinta nabadda Soomaaliya 20-sano oo colaado ah kaddib.
Ergayga cusub ee Qaramada Midoobay u soo magacowday Soomaaliya oo Muqdisho yimid si uu xilka ula wareego
6/3/2013 8:01 AM EST
Isniin, Juun 03, 2013 (HOL) — Ergayga cusub ee Qaramadda Midoobay u soo magacowday Soomaaliya, Nicholas Kay ayaa maanta yimid Muqdisho si uu ula wareego xilkiisa ergaygii hore ee Qaramada Midoobay u qaabilsanaa arrimaha Soomaaliya, Augustine Mahiga.
Ciidamada Dowladda Soomaaliya iyo kuwa AMISOM oo Howl-gallo ka wada Degmada Xamar-jajab ee Gobolka Banaadir
6/3/2013 3:32 AM EST
Isniin, Juun 03, 2013 (HOL) — Ciidamada dowladda Soomaaliya iyo kuwa AMISOM ayaa saakay howlgallo xooggan kawada degmada Xamar-jajab ee gobolka Banaadir, iyagoo xayiran dhammaan waddooyinka gala degmadaas.
Diepsloot calm after looting
6/3/2013 1:57 PM EST
JOHANNESBURG - Police said no further incidents of looting were reported in Diepsloot, Port Elizabeth or Kroonstad following last week's violent unrest.
Extremists have some parents saying no to vaccine for polio
6/3/2013 1:54 PM EST
MOGADISHU, Somalia — Islamic extremist rebels are fighting a campaign in Somalia to administer a polio vaccine, charging that it contains the virus that causes AIDS or could make children sterile, a battle of words that is frustrating health workers.
UN says 18,000 Somali refugees return home since January
6/3/2013 1:14 PM EST
NAIROBI, June 3 (Xinhua) -- The UN humanitarian agency said on Monday that some 18,000 Somali refugees living regional countries have so far returned home since January.
UN envoy pledges support to people, Government of Somalia as new political mission opens
UN News Centre
6/3/2013 1:13 PM EST
3 June 2013 – The head of the new United Nations Assistance Mission in Somalia (UNSOM) today pledged to support the Government and the people of the country in their quest for security and prosperity, as he arrived in the country’s capital for the Mission’s start of operations.
Somalia demands action over brutal killing
6/3/2013 12:33 PM EST
Somalia's president says he "wants answers" from South Africa after the brutal murder of a Somali man in Port Elizabeth, Al Jazeera has learned.
Thousands march for rights in rare Ethiopia protest
6/3/2013 6:23 AM EST
About 10,000 Ethiopians staged an anti-government procession in the first large-scale protest since a disputed 2005 election ended in street violence that killed 200 people.
Somali Islamists parade Kenyan hostages
6/3/2013 6:21 AM EST
Somalia’s Islamist fighters have paraded two prisoners, believed to be Kenyans captured last month after a cross border raid, witnesses said on Monday.
President Mohamud says Somalia has no conflict with Kenya
6/3/2013 6:17 AM EST
Somalia President Sheikh Mohamud has stated that his government had no conflict with Kenya over tackling security issues and restoring peace in the country ravaged by 20 years of civil strife.
Somalia concerned over xenophobic attacks in South Africa
6/3/2013 6:10 AM EST
The Somali government called on South Africa to protect Somali nationals living in the country after a spate of attacks on foreigners.
Young African men raised in London 'now oppose FGM'
6/3/2013 5:46 AM EST
Young men who have been brought up in London strongly oppose female genital mutilation even if their ethnic communities still practise it, a new study says.
Peace has broken out and Somalia needs goodwill to blossom
6/3/2013 5:36 AM EST
Somalia and Kenya have a shared history, heritage, a common border and an Indian Ocean frontage. The neighbours have found themselves facing a common enemy in Al Qaeda that, for a short while, bolstered local militia Al Shabaab.
Taxi service brings change to Somalia
6/3/2013 5:30 AM EST
A new taxi company is changing the way people travel in Somalia's capital.
Somalia: Investors Keenly Eye Somalia Opportunities
6/3/2013 5:23 AM EST
After 22 years of civil strife and political turmoil, a new era has dawned on Somalia and the country is embarking on a dynamic path of political and economic renewal.
Al-Qaida's military chief warns of attacks on US
6/3/2013 2:13 AM EST
Al-Qaida’s military chief, Qassim al-Rimi, has warned the United States of more terror attacks, saying in an audio tape that security of the US is fragile and militants can easily strike at the places of their choosing. Al-Rimi, the military chief of al-Qaida in Arabian Peninsula, said in his message that tools to make bombs like the ones used in the twin blasts in Boston are easily accessible. It should be noted here that in Boston bombings, a pressure cooker was used as a bomb, which ultimately wreaked havoc.
Somalia's Al Shabaab targeting Mwingi residents in recruitment drive
6/3/2013 2:09 AM EST
Mwingi security chiefs have put the local residents on high alert following intelligence reports that the Al Shabaab group is recruiting local youths to join their camp.
Floods in Somalia kills 22, displaces hundreds
6/3/2013 1:58 AM EST
In southern Somali town of Jowhar, hundreds of families and farmers have been displaced after a river burst its banks in Middle Shabelle region.
United Nation pledges to help resettle Somali refugees
6/3/2013 1:15 AM EST
YOKOHAMA, JAPAN: United Nation’s Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has commended Kenya for pushing for peace and stability in Somalia.
Reluctant witness in Tenn. faces prison time
6/3/2013 1:03 AM EST
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Two and a half years ago, federal prosecutors announced with great fanfare the indictments of about 30 people accused of operating a multistate child sex trafficking operation run by Somali gangs. So far, every defendant who has gone to trial has either been acquitted or had their conviction thrown out.
USA: Somali pirates will face death penalty in federal trial in Virginia
6/3/2013 1:00 AM EST
For two days, the four Americans held aboard their yacht by Somali pirates had been shadowed in the Indian Ocean by a U.S. aircraft carrier, two guided-missile destroyers and a cruiser. The U.S. military and FBI agents wanted to negotiate; the pirates wanted to reach land.
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