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Accounts with links to terrorism frozen-Dahabshiil Money transfer

0 Visits: 5248 | Wednesday April 08, 2015 - 23:15:49
Nairobi, Kenya: Kenya froze accounts linked to suspected terror supporters after militants massacred 148 people last week at the Garissa University.

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Kenya freezes Dahabshiil over suspected terrorist links

0 Visits: 4618 | Wednesday April 08, 2015 - 17:39:42
Kenya freezes key money transfers to Somalia over suspected terrorist links . Kenya's police chief issued Wednesday a list of 85 people and companies, including at least 13 key money transfer companies, of suspected links to Somalia's Al-Qaeda-linked Shebab.

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Somalia:Dahabshiil Struggles to repay Loans

0 Visits: 3288 | Sunday March 01, 2015 - 01:03:03
Waagacusub.net- After funding a group that twisted our peaceful religion of Islam and killed more than 60 Kenyans civilians, after a siege at a Kenyan mall two years ago, Dahabshiil Money Transfer Company is paying the price.

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Somalia: Dispute over Dahabshiil Money erupted between Shabaab Leadership

0 Visits: 7083 | Wednesday January 21, 2015 - 01:45:51
Waagacusub.net - Dispute over Dahabshiil money erupted between members of Al-Shabaab leadership on Tuesday,according to Al-Shabaab's military commander, Khalif Adale.

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Somalia:Dahabshiil Pays $ Al-Shabaab to shut down Salaam Bank's ATM

0 Visits: 5595 | Monday January 19, 2015 - 19:28:20
Waagacusub.net - Somalia Dahabshil Gives Al-Shabaab Half a Million Dollar to Shut down ATM Salaam Bank

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Somaliland:Habarjeclo Ministers Purchase Royal TV

0 Visits: 4591 | Wednesday January 07, 2015 - 22:21:56
Waagacusub.net- Somaliland's Presidency Minister Hirsi Ali Haji Hassan and Minister of Civil Aviation and Air Transport Mohamud Hashi Abdi have purchased 60 percent of Royal TV, as Waagacusub Media obtained.

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Largest Circulated Somali Business Magazine Worldwide.

0 Visits: 3697 | Thursday October 30, 2014 - 05:45:55
Dalsan Business Magazine is a monthly magazine published by Dalsan Media Group, a subsidiary of Somali-Canadian Business Council.

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Somalia's Warlord 'Qeybdiid' Builds Five-Star Hotel In Mogadishu

0 Visits: 7366 | Monday August 04, 2014 - 01:49:30
Waagacusub.net - Mogadishu,Somalia, One of Somalia's enduring warlords ,Abdi Hassan Qeybdiid , better known as 'Abdi Qeybdiid' is building five-star hotel in Mogadishu , the hotel, which is facing the compound of ministry of foreign affairs or Sambana firm is under construction and it will…

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Dukaankii 2004 Dahir Alasow furtay ! 10 sano kadib Jumlo iyo tafaariikh?

1 Visits: 7103 | Monday July 21, 2014 - 22:11:29
Waagacusub.net - Wuxuu ahaa dukaan lagu iibiyo tafaariikhda oo aan furtay sanadkii 2004-tii xilligaas oo 10 sano laga joogo. Dukaankeeyga waxyaabaha laga helo waxaa ugu muhiimsan farxad iyo naxdin .

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World Bank: Falling Short on Rights

0 Visits: 2577 | Tuesday July 01, 2014 - 23:20:13
World Bank President Jim Kim has taken some steps to advance the bank's respect for human rights but hasn't put in place adequate checks to guard against funding rights abuse, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today on his second anniversary as World Bank president.

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Somaliland mobile money zaad inflation economy banking remittance

1 Visits: 41454 | Tuesday May 20, 2014 - 10:34:49
Mobile money platform Zaad is booming in Somaliland, but there is concern its reliance on the dollar is damaging the economy

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Telesom Company The third largest funder of Al-Shabab

0 Visits: 3478 | Thursday April 03, 2014 - 01:49:45
Waagacusub Media has learned that Telesom Somaliland gave $650,000 to the Emir of Al-Shabab Ahmed Abdi Godane.

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Somalia:Telesom The third largest funder of Al-Shabab

0 Visits: 4490 | Tuesday April 01, 2014 - 21:10:20
Waagacusub Media has learned that Telesom Somaliland gave $650,000 to the Emir of Al-Shabab Ahmed Abdi Godane.

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A new offensive in Somalia-The real fight is behind closed doors

0 Visits: 4129 | Sunday March 16, 2014 - 08:39:19
NARRATIVES about countries, especially under-reported ones, can be hard to shift. For the last two years Somalia's narrative has been one of fragile progress. The international community rallied around Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, Somalia's president, selected in murky circumstances in 2012.

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UNFIAR AND INJUSTICE SELECTION FOR world Bank Funds

0 Visits: 68147 | Thursday January 09, 2014 - 12:40:43
After few months all Elders from Somaliland had met in Berbers,and started the first reconciliation meeting that held inthat town,between all clans lived in all regions and towns from Somaliland on late of Feb 1991(Former of British Protectorate)but on May 1991.)

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Hormuud Telecom, Taaj Express, Salaam Bank iyo Dahabshiil Money Transfer directly pay taxes to Al-Shabaab.

But Al-Shabaab derives the bulk of its funding for its operations from taxing business people and most lucrative companies in Mogadishu and control of most businesses in rural Somalia. 51 -Over the years, the terrorist group has established a well-structured and oiled taxation infrastructure supported by courts, road tolls, and loyal revenue payers. At the edge of the knife, the group's operatives demands that all business people and companies pay tax to its agents.

Al-Shabaab collected an estimated $20 million dollars from South Somalia alone - Per month

Al-Shabaab is more than just a terrorist group. In 2011, its annual revenue was in the region of $70–100 million per year. In 2018, the President of the Somali Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) confirmed that Al-Shabaab collected an estimated $20 million dollars from South Somalia alone.

Hormuud Telecom pays an estimated $200,000 every month to the Al-Shabaab

"Hormuud pays an estimated $200,000 every month to the Al-Shabaab", said a former head of Amniyat and now a top official of Somali government intelligence agency tracking Al-Shabaab movements.

Somalia A Divided Legacy: Hormuud Telecom and Political Islam

The Chairman of Hormuud Telecom Group Ahmed Nur Ali Jim'ale was a kingpin in Al-Shabaab's charcoal-sugar trading cycle that funded its activities. In September 2010, he founded ZAAD, a mobile-to-mobile money-transfer business that struck a deal with Al-Shabaab to make money transfers more anonymous by eliminating the need to show identification.

Somalia:Hormuud Telecom is the backbone of the terrorists in east and Horn of Africa

Somalia: List of former Hormuud Telecom staff members who joined the terrorists. 1- Former Al Shabab leader Ahmed Godane was a member of Al-Barakaat group in Hargeisa. 2- Head of Amniyat branch of Al Shabab Mahad Karate was part of Al Barakat group in Mogadishu.

Hormuud Telecom, Taaj Express, Salaam Bank iyo Dahabshiil Money Transfer directly pay taxes to Al-Shabaab.

But Al-Shabaab derives the bulk of its funding for its operations from taxing business people and most lucrative companies in Mogadishu and control of most businesses in rural Somalia. 51 -Over the years, the terrorist group has established a well-structured and oiled taxation infrastructure supported by courts, road tolls, and loyal revenue payers. At the edge of the knife, the group's operatives demands that all business people and companies pay tax to its agents. Full Article

 

Al-Shabaab collected an estimated $20 million dollars from South Somalia alone - Per month

Al-Shabaab is more than just a terrorist group. In 2011, its annual revenue was in the region of $70–100 million per year. In 2018, the President of the Somali Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) confirmed that Al-Shabaab collected an estimated $20 million dollars from South Somalia alone. Full Article

 

Hormuud Telecom pays an estimated $200,000 every month to the Al-Shabaab

"Hormuud pays an estimated $200,000 every month to the Al-Shabaab", said a former head of Amniyat and now a top official of Somali government intelligence agency tracking Al-Shabaab movements. Full Article

 

Somalia A Divided Legacy: Hormuud Telecom and Political Islam

The Chairman of Hormuud Telecom Group Ahmed Nur Ali Jim'ale was a kingpin in Al-Shabaab's charcoal-sugar trading cycle that funded its activities. In September 2010, he founded ZAAD, a mobile-to-mobile money-transfer business that struck a deal with Al-Shabaab to make money transfers more anonymous by eliminating the need to show identification. Full Article

 

Somalia:Hormuud Telecom is the backbone of the terrorists in east and Horn of Africa

Somalia: List of former Hormuud Telecom staff members who joined the terrorists. 1- Former Al Shabab leader Ahmed Godane was a member of Al-Barakaat group in Hargeisa. 2- Head of Amniyat branch of Al Shabab Mahad Karate was part of Al Barakat group in Mogadishu. Full Article

 

Former Intel official stripped from NISA membership

Former Intel official stripped from NISA membership Full Article

 

PM KHEYRE USELESS AND COSTY OVERSEAS TRIPS.

PM KHEYRE USELESS AND COSTY OVERSEAS TRIPS. Full Article

 

Abiy says 'New Year' will be celebrated in Eritrea, Ethiopian Airlines to resume flights

Abiy says 'New Year' will be celebrated in Eritrea, Ethiopian Airlines to resume flights Full Article

 

Massive rise in Islamist militant attacks in Africa

Massive rise in Islamist militant attacks in Africa Full Article

 

Argentina Cancels Israel Match After Messi Protests Over Palestinian Killings

Argentina Cancels Israel Match After Messi Protests Over Palestinian Killings Full Article