Friday, June 22, 2018

South Sudan: Delayed Peace Means No Justice for War Crime Victims

Regional negotiators had warned that yesterday was the "last chance" forSouth Sudan's warring parties to reach a resolution, but even a renewed threat of...

Mediterranean Sea and Frontex: a deadly war against the weakest

In the aftermath of the Lampedusa tragedy of October 2013, more than 360 lifeless bodies were rescued from the waves in what was then...

Somaliland: MP Rooble likely to lose parliamentary immunity on treason charges

Knowing sources have revealed that there is a motion underway against a member of the Somaliland parliament who has blatantly, according to the grounds cited,...

Is Ethiopia unravelling conflating opposites with opposites?

On Sunday evening, the bars of Addis Ababa were doing their usual brisk business. Just 50 kilometres south of the Ethiopia capital, in the...

Somaliland: When the ‘Maqaaxi’ Peddlers Prevail

As an outsider looking in, the latest news from the Horn of Africa is depressing and exciting in equal measure. The Federal Republic of...

Making Sense of Direct-to-Consumer Ad Spending: Patients vs TV Ads vs Digital

In this 6-minute audio snippet, Pharmaguy talks about how much money the U.S. pharmaceutical industry spends on promoting drugs to consumers. The data come...

Aar’s hostility to Somaliland not concealed

USA based so called journalist called Aar impose obvious stripped hostility to Somaliland and its people as he all time generates unfounded misinformation and...

Somalis Need to Have a Candid Conversation About Mogadishu

There is an emerging consensus among Somalis that there cannot be political equality in Mogadishu as long as a group of elders and politicians...

Rebirth of Somaliland: Somalia Annihilation Crimes Against Somaliland Nations

Who were the culprits? Crimes against humanity are deliberate acts taken as part of a systematic campaign that accuses human suffering or death on a...

Musa Bihi – Somaliland’s New President Has Work To Do

With the inauguration of Muse Bihi Abdi on 13 December 2017, Somaliland’s oft-delayed presidential election process officially ended. The Kulmiye party retained power, but...

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INVESTORS ARE HELPING PUT SOMALILAND ON THE MAP

A disputed part of a war-torn nation is holding out promise for the Horn of Africa. Hong Kong–based American business developer Robby Zirkelbach has set...

Al-Shabab Militant Group Getting Lucky, Not Stronger in Somalia

Somalia’s most dangerous terror group is likely not getting any stronger despite a series of deadly attacks, including one that claimed the life of...

Special Arrangement with Somaliland A Symbol of Depoliticized Aid Relations – Partners Tell Mogadishu

International partners supporting Somalia and Somaliland on a number of reconstruction, security, and governance programmes in Somalia, and on development and democratization processes, among...