Saturday, September 21, 2019

Dads Pass On More Than Genetics in Their Sperm

Seminal research reveals that sperm change their cargo as they travel the reproductive tract—and the differences can have consequences for fertility Eat poorly, and your...

Somaliland: Hargeisa City Turns into Livestock Grazing Ground

Where elsewhere in the region, such as Ethiopia, breaking records, countries are racing against time to reverse deforestation and encroaching, adverse ecological effects brought...

Mass Tree-planting in Ethiopia Broke World Records

Mass tree-planting in Ethiopia broke world records but its impact will take time; planting billions of trees can help tackle the climate crisis  

Somaliland: Thunderstorms Kill Several People, Injure Many More in Hargeisa

They were short-lived but devastating while they lasted. Shortly before sunset, strong, whirling, gusty winds whipped punishing rains on Hargeisa, Tuesday. The wind-driven thunderstorms blew corrugated...

Somaliland Agro-Pastoralists Among Most Affected as ‘Climate Refugees’

In Somaliland, the pastoralist lifestyle of nomads is under threat from repeated drought and cyclones. Among the poorest countries in the world, Somaliland has proven...

EU, FAO and Somaliland government launch a new initiative to improve land and water...

The European Union Delegation to the Federal Republic of Somalia jointly with the Government of Somaliland and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the...

Hargeisa My Dumping Ground

The little African dik-dik is a fastidious animal at least when it comes to hygiene. It does not succeed most times. It tries to...

Somalia Records Third-driest Rainy Season in 39 Years

The rainy season in 2019 has been the third-driest in Somalia since the early 1980s, according to a report by the United Nations Office...

A More Deadlier Predator Than Conflict Looms Over Somalia: FAMINE

Plagued for decades by conflict, the east African nation is now facing a deadly drought The fall of President Siad Barre in 1991 propelled Somalia...

Growing Pawpaws Brings Hope in Drought-stricken Somaliland

The livelihoods of twenty drought-stricken communities in Somaliland have been transformed by an Islamic Relief scheme that has improved access to food and life-changing...

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Did President Farmajo of Somalia Cancel Planned Visit to U.S.?

Somalia President, Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo, has cancelled his planned trip to New York this week as the Horn of Africa nation faces political crisis...

The UAE Will Triumph Over Iran in the Next Middle Eastern War

As Iranian bluster again increases, it could very well be Abu Dhabi that teaches Tehran a permanent lesson. The eleventh annual Council on Foreign Relations’...

Somaliland: Frankincense Dates Back to Biblical Days

Franincense was as good as gold im ancient times Early civilizations used camels to transport frankincense along the global trade routes. It was one of...