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Wararka Maanta- Khamiis, July 2 , 2020
Dalka Ingiriiska oo lagu burburiyay taallo loo dhisay hoggaamiyihii hore Itoobiya Haile Selessie
Khamiis, July 2, 2020 (HOL) - Taallo loo dhisay hoggaamiyihii hore ee Itoobiya Haile Selessie oo ku taallay magaalada London ayaa waxaa burburiyay dad asal ahaan kasoo jeeday waddanka Itoobiya.
Booliska galbeedka London ayaa billaabay baaritaan ku aaddan falkaasi.
Burburinta taalladaas waxaa la sheegay iney ka qeyb qaateen qiyaas ahaan 100 sida ay sheegeen goobjoogayaal.
Arrintaan ayaa la xiriirta xaaladda qasan iyo deganaan la'aanta ka taagan Itoobiya, taas oo ka dhalatay dilkii loo geystay heesaagii Oromada kasoo jeeday ee qeybta ka ahaa isbedalkii ka dhacay dalkaas
Dadka deegaanka ay ku taallay taallada ayaa wakaaladda Wararka ee AP u sheegay iney arkayeen dad badan oo dhammaantood rag ah ay yimaadeen goobta taalladaas ay ku taal, kadibna ay burburin ugu dhaqaaqeen.
Haile Selessie ayaa waxa uu ahaa hoggaamiye dalka Itoobiya soo xukumi jiray, waxa uuna ahaa maamulkiisa mid boqortooyo ah. Laakiin qowmiyadda Oromada ayaa u aragta mid ku dulmaneyd hoggaamintiisa.
Abdiaziz Ahmed Barrow, Hiiraan Online
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Mareykanka oo cunaqabateyn waqti dheer u diyaarinaya Shiinaha arrimaha ku saabsan tacadiyada Muslimiinta
7/2/2020 12:40 AM EST
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Urur udooda xuquuqda naafada Soomaaliyeed oo cambaareeyay dilkii gudoomiyihii naafada Baydhabo
7/2/2020 12:27 AM EST
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Gambia rules out push for Somaliland recognition
7/2/2020 2:45 PM EST
NAIROBI (HOL) - Gambia will not be championing for Somaliland’s international recognition, the country’s Foreign Affairs Minister has said as China rubbishes a diplomatic deal announced by Taiwan and Somaliland.
Local flights in Somalia to resume July 5-Cabinet
7/2/2020 1:16 PM EST
MOGADISHU (HOL) - Local flights in Somalia will resume on Sunday after two months suspension in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Haile Selassie: Statue of former Ethiopian leader destroyed in London park
7/2/2020 11:19 AM EST
A statue of former Ethiopian leader Haile Selassie has been destroyed in a park in Wimbledon, south-west London.
Death penalty for policeman who killed two civilians in curfew enforcement
7/2/2020 9:27 AM EST
MOGADISHU (HOL) - A police officer who shot dead two people in the pretext of enforcing curfew orders in May has been sentenced to death in Mogadishu.
13 more political parties registered in Somalia
7/2/2020 8:54 AM EST
MOGADISHU (HOL) - Thirteen more political have been cleared on interim basis having met conditions for registration by the registrar of political parties.
UN urges Somali leaders to chart way forward on 2021 polls
7/2/2020 7:52 AM EST
The United Nations office in Somalia has called on the country's leaders to reach consensus on a way forward on holding a universal vote as early as March 2021.
Six hurt in scuffles with security forces at Ethiopian singer's funeral
7/2/2020 7:47 AM EST
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Six people were injured on Thursday in scuffles between Ethiopian security forces and mourners trying to attend the funeral of singer Haacaaluu Hundeessaa, whose killing earlier this week sparked protests that killed more than 80 people, a witness said.
China 'resolutely opposed' to Taiwan-Somaliland partnership
7/2/2020 5:56 AM EST
Mogadishu (HOL) - The Chinese Embassy in Somalia has expressed its disapproval to Taiwan and Somaliland's decision to strengthen their relations on Monday, reiterating their 'One China' policy.
Support helps lift Madino and her family out of hunger and back into production
7/2/2020 1:04 AM EST
FAO delivers agricultural inputs and cash transfers to vulnerable farmers in rural Somalia thanks to funding from the European Union’s humanitarian aid programme.
81 killed in violence after death of Ethiopian singer
7/2/2020 1:01 AM EST
Two days of protests have left at least 81 people dead in Ethiopia, a police chief said Wednesday, after the murder of a popular singer from the country's largest ethnic group stoked tensions that threaten to derail the country's democratic transition.
Somali immigrants find dream farming land in Wales
7/2/2020 12:55 AM EST
WELLS (WGME) – Somali immigrants in Maine have found their dream farming land in Wales.
Vulnerable people across East Africa forcibly evicted during pandemic
7/2/2020 12:52 AM EST
Over 70,000 people, many of whom are internally displaced, were forcibly evicted from their homes in urban areas across East Africa even during the most prevalent months of the Covid-19 pandemic - a new report reveals.
Finland boosting coronavirus healthcare aid for Iraq, Somalia
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7/2/2020 12:49 AM EST
The Finnish Ambassador in Baghdad says there have been few improvements in Iraq's healthcare system since the fall of Saddam Hussein.
Nyanza, Western, new breeding ground for terrorists, survey shows
7/2/2020 12:39 AM EST
Kisumu, Siaya and Vihiga counties are the new breeding grounds for terrorist groups, a baseline survey conducted in 10 counties of Western Kenya has revealed.
Djibouti envoy says stability in Somalia essential for security in Horn of Africa
7/2/2020 12:34 AM EST
DUBAI: Djibouti seeks to bring stability to neighboring Somalia as the situation of the country impacts the security of the Horn of Africa, the country’s envoy to Saudi Arabia said on Wednesday.
Taiwan finds an unexpected new friend in Somaliland – Analysis
7/2/2020 12:29 AM EST
COVID-19 seemed to change the narrative around Taiwan: from a nation whose existence is often characterized as standing on the edge of a knife to one that capably and effectively handled the pandemic with fewer than 10 deaths.
Russian voters agree to let Putin seek 2 more terms
7/2/2020 12:10 AM EST
MOSCOW (AP) — Russian voters approved changes to the constitution that will allow President Vladimir Putin to potentially hold power until 2036, but the weeklong plebiscite that concluded Wednesday was tarnished by widespread reports of pressure on voters and other irregularities.
U.S. regulator, Boeing complete 737 MAX certification test flights
7/2/2020 12:04 AM EST
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Federal Aviation Administration and Boeing Co (BA.N) have completed certification test flights on the 737 MAX, a key milestone toward the plane’s return to service, the U.S. regulator said on Wednesday.
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