Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Somalia: Fire Devastates Kismayu Business Area Again

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At least five large warehouses, a countless number of stalls, and a number of smaller business buildings fell to the rage of a blazing...

Somaliland: Waaheen – Rising Up From the Ashes

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Nimo Abdillahi Muhumed knows a thing or two about patience The 36-year-old spent almost two decades building up her small business selling vegetables, clothing, perfumes...

Has Somaliland Struck it Rich in New Surface Oil Discovery?

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Drilling for water in the Sallahley area outside the capital of the Republic of Somaliland, rig hits a near-surface oil vein At a place water...

EU, G7 Plan Own ‘Belt and Roads’ Competitive Alternative

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In the past 10 years, China has built more than 100,000 kilometers of roads and railways in Africa. The massive project is part of...

South Sudan Buys Land in Djibouti to Build Port

Officials in South Sudan confirmed this month they have bought land on the coast of Djibouti to build a port. South Sudan says the...

Restaurant Proprietor Detained Amid Rising Police, Local Resentment Against Somalis in Turkey

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Mohamed Isse Abdullah, a Somali restaurant owner living in Ankara, was detained on Tuesday for deportation despite being a legal resident of Turkey, Turkish...

Somaliland: Burao University Gets Valuable TSL Equipment from Somtel

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His Excellency the President of the Republic of Somaliland, Musa Bihi Abdi, today, cut off the ribbon from a telecommunications systems laboratory (TSL), the...

US-Based Companies Complicit in Looting of African Wealth

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If you caught the breaking news story about Russians flying gold out of Sudan, straight from the mines, you were likely shocked by the blatant theft....

Ethiopia Opens Banking Sector to Foreign Players

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Ethiopia’s government has decided to open up the country’s banking sector to foreign investors, the prime minister’s office said on Saturday, the latest measure...

Over 280,000 Tons of Ukraine Grain Dock Out of Odesa

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A fleet of nearly 13 ships which are carrying over 280,000 tons of grain and agricultural products departed Ukraine's Odesa ports on Sunday, September...