Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Aloe Sanguinalis: New Red Aloe From Somaliland

Aloe sanguinalis, or Somali Red Aloe, forms large, conspicuous clumps and has blood red sap. Its can easily be spotted from the road, but...

The Ilhan Omar Controversy Reveals a Larger Struggle Over Israel

The controversy that swirled around Congress this week after Rep. Ilhan Omar insinuated that politicians only support Israel because of donations from wealthy Jews...

Over 1.5 mln Somalis still face acute food crisis: UN report

More than 1.5 million people in Somalia are still facing acute food insecurity through June due to impacts of below-average Deyr season rainfall, said...

Ethiopia: Grand Renaissance Dam May Complete in 2022 After Stoppages

While there has been an improvement in the overall atmosphere of the relationship between Egypt and Ethiopia, “progress on the ground with regards to...

Migrants on the margins: telling stories with comics

The Society’s field research programme, Migrants on the margins, is investigating the movement of migrants into and around four of the world’s most pressured...

Eyebrows raised as China cancels $78m of Cameroon’s debt

Analysts are deeply sceptical about China’s decision to write off almost $78 million from Cameroon’s debt, an amount the latter failed to pay in...

A meteor hit the moon during the lunar eclipse. Here’s what we know.

In what may be a first-of-its-kind event, a flash of light seen during totality has astronomers on the hunt for a new crater on...

Five Reasons Why Somaliland Should Be On Tourists Travel List For 2019

Although not having recieved recognised autonomous status by the rest of the world, Somaliland is a unique, strange and intriguing place that is seemingly...

Tsunami set off by volcano sweeps Indonesia coast, kills at least 168

During a busy holiday weekend, a tsunami apparently caused by the eruption of an island volcano killed more than 160 people around Indonesia’s Sunda...

WHY THE NEXT CLIMATE CHANGE DISASTER COULD BE IN SOMALILAND

It is often said that climate change will hurt the world’s poorest people first. Nowhere is that potentially truer than in Somaliland, an unrecognized state...

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Behi Bans Lavish Gifts to Top Students by Privately-Owned Schools (Videos)

President Musa Behi Abdi of the Republic of Somaliland, on Monday, prohibited the tradition among privately-owned educational institutions to shower lavish gifts to students...

‘Accept the Call’: Story of a Radicalized Somali Teenager Explored Through the Eyes of...

A Somali immigrant struggles to grasp his child’s imprisonment. One of our best-read stories this month followed the journey of a white college dropout who...
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Somaliland: President Behi Picks Another Quarrel with Somaliland East

Boqor Buurmadow led inter-clan wars in El Afwein by telephone for the past two-and-half years - President Behi His Excellency the President of the Republic...