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Somalia:Teachers are the lifeblood of Somalia, President declares on Somali Teachers Day

0 Visits: 1791 | Thursday November 21, 2013 - 12:50:47
President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud today hailed the "transformative role" played by teachers in Somalia.Speaking from Villa Somalia, the President said teachers laid the foundations for a new generation of decently educated Somalis, protected from extremist ideology and ready to take on leadership…

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"Somalia will soon ratify the International Convention on Children's Rights"

0 Visits: 2248 | Thursday November 21, 2013 - 10:53:23
H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, the President of the Federal Republic of Somalia, today pledged that Somalia would soon ratify the International Convention on Children's Rights. The President made his remarks during a visit to Hamar Jab-Jab School in Mogadishu marking International Children's Day.…

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"New Deal for Somalia" Donor projects undo the

0 Visits: 4294 | Thursday November 21, 2013 - 10:35:40
Donor projects and practices are undoing the principles and goals of the New Deal for Somalia, a partnership Compact intended to consolidate the "national political settlement" spelled out in the "Provisional Constitution" as a foundation for the Somali State.

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Somali President family Threatened and Blackmailed resigned Bank Governor

0 Visits: 3157 | Wednesday November 20, 2013 - 09:35:53
Nairobi (Waagacusub.net) Days after her resignation made the headlines Yussur Abrar says she was threatened and blackmailed by businessmen close to president Hassan Sheikh Mohamud's family.

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Somalia:Al Shabaab fighters storm Beledweyn police station

1 Visits: 1869 | Wednesday November 20, 2013 - 00:20:06
Gunmen have on Tuesday morning attacked a police station in central Somali town of Beledweyn, according to Abdi Farah Laqanyo, the commissioner of Hiran region.

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US court sentences 3 Somali men to varying prison terms

0 Visits: 2217 | Wednesday November 20, 2013 - 00:10:06
A federal court in San Diego, in the United States of America has sentenced three Somali men to varying prison terms for their role in raising money for Al Shabaab militant group in Somalia.

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Gold Mercury President Interviewed on CNBC News

0 Visits: 2079 | Tuesday November 19, 2013 - 20:53:07
Nicolas De Santis discusses live on CNBC how strategic vision and sustainable business models are critical to solve global challenges, and transform traditional sectors and industries for the future

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Terrorists are going backwards in Somalia, says President, sending condolences after Beledweyne attack

0 Visits: 1893 | Tuesday November 19, 2013 - 20:48:23
His Excellency President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud today sent his condolences to everyone affected by a terrorist attacked against a police station in Beledweyne.

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Somali Prime Minister welcomes extension of United Nations Security Council mandate to counter piracy off the Horn of Africa

0 Visits: 1503 | Tuesday November 19, 2013 - 20:43:39
"To put an end to piracy we need to combat the root causes - poverty, absence of functioning institutions and a lack of opportunities for our young people in Somalia. We have to continue to stabilize and rebuild Somalia, promote good governance and rule of law and foster socio-economic development.

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Somalia:Security Council Resolution 2125

0 Visits: 1778 | Tuesday November 19, 2013 - 20:38:53
Security Council, Adopting Resolution 2125 (2013), Tightens Anti-Piracy Measures, Agrees to Consider Creation of Specialized Courts in Somalia, Broader Region

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Somali Pm condemns terrorist attack targeting police station in Beledweyne

0 Visits: 1469 | Tuesday November 19, 2013 - 20:33:36
The Prime Minister, said: "I condemn this attack in Beledweyne against our brave Somali security forces and AMISOM partners and send my condolences to the families and friends of all the innocent victims. Once again the enemies of peace show their true colours to Somalia and the world.

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Somalia: Condemns attack at a Police Station in Beledweyne

0 Visits: 1722 | Tuesday November 19, 2013 - 20:29:44
"We must not drop our guard. As we have repeatedly said, the threat of attack remains real even when the extremists were forced out of various urban towns," said Ambassador Annadif adding that AMISOM will continue to stand by the people of Somalia as they strive to achieve sustainable peace.

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Somali President kicking off football match in Mogadishu

0 Visits: 1897 | Tuesday November 19, 2013 - 20:24:35
Thriving sport shows Somalia is back on track, says President, kicking off football match in Mogadishu. His Excellency President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud today kicked off a football match in Mogadishu in Somalia's newly launched Serie A league. In a landmark visit to the recently renovated Benadir…

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Chairman of Somalia's anti-piracy agency arrested in Belgium

0 Visits: 3532 | Monday November 18, 2013 - 10:47:51
The last two years, Afweyne was leading a successful-locally established antipiracy effort, which partially succeeded to release hostages, hijacked boats and disengaged nearly one thousands pirates from the dangerous business they were in the coastal areas in central Somalia regions.

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World Leading Global Ageing Scientists Visit Gold Mercury

0 Visits: 2160 | Thursday November 14, 2013 - 14:07:02
Dr Craig Willcox and Dr Giovanni Scapagnini explore the impact of global population ageing with Gold Mercury President, Nicolas De Santis One of the world's leading gerontology scientists, Dr Craig Willcox, and top neurology/brain ageing scientist Dr Giovanni Scapagnini visited Gold Mercury's…

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Cabinet endorses plans to reopen Somali National University

0 Visits: 2082 | Thursday November 14, 2013 - 14:03:54
"Now that peace is returning to Somalia, we urgently need to re-establish our education system, which has been devastated by two decades of fighting. The Ministry for Human Development and Public Services has already launched the ambitious Go 2 School campaign, which will see $117 million invested…

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Somali governor Bank resignation Email and Leaks

0 Visits: 2110 | Thursday November 14, 2013 - 13:59:46
Your Excellent I have read both the Agreement and Power of Attorney which your office instructed the former governor to sign with the law firm

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Friday's attack will only make Somalia even stronger, declares Prime Minister

0 Visits: 2179 | Thursday November 14, 2013 - 13:51:38
"I praise the commitment of staff at Hotel Makkah Al-Mukarama to repair and re-open the hotel as soon as possible. Their commitment demonstrates that Somalis will not be beaten by these senseless killers even in adversity.

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AMISOM and Partners conclude a three-day Workshop on Gender Mainstreaming Strategy

0 Visits: 1934 | Thursday November 14, 2013 - 13:48:43
"I have great expectations and I am confident that your discussions on Gender and its mainstreaming across the mission will lead to a concrete Gender Strategy that will guide the mission in current and future operations," he added.

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Liquid Telecom brings fibre to Somalia

0 Visits: 1889 | Thursday November 14, 2013 - 13:36:40
Meanwhile, Hortel's customers now have access to Liquid Telecom's pan-African fibre network which spans more than 17,000 km across Botswana

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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