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Somaliland:Berbera Port Manager Refutes Media Propaganda Reports

Horndiplomat-The berbera port manager Mr.Ali Omer mohamed know as (Xorxor) Falsified the Local Newspaper Reports about the Disputes between The Port of Berbera manager and The House of Presidential For the Berbera Investment. Horn Diplomat Reports The Berbera Port Manager Eng.Ali Omer Mohamed Says they Stand...

Portugal beat France 1-0 in extra time to claim Euro 2016 title

By:SAM TONKIN FOR MAILONLINE  Horndiplomat-(SPORT) Underdogs Portugal have been crowned the winners of Euro 2016 after beating hosts France 1-0 in extra-time despite losing their captain and talisman Cristiano Ronaldo less than half an hour into the match. Portugal have been crowned winners of Euro 2016...

Tensions remain high in Dallas as crowds flock to police memorial

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Horndiplomat-The sight of Dallas officers in helmets carrying rifles near police headquarters late Saturday afternoon was a clear sign that tensions remained high — even as the city grieved — two days after a gunman opened fire on officers in a “cowardly” ambush. Police said...

Israel wins Ethiopian support for AU ‘observer’ role

Horndiplomat-Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's push for his country to be granted "observer status" at the African Union gained the backing of continental heavyweight Ethiopia on Thursday. "Israel is working very hard in many African countries. There is no reason to deny this observer position...

Somaliland:DP World Raises USD 1.2 Bn, Agrees to Develop Berbera Port

Dubai-headquartered port and terminal operator DP World has raised USD 1.2 billion in a new 7-year sukuk set to be listed on the Middle East’s international financial exchange NASDAQ Dubai. The issue received strong investor interest and was 2x oversubscribed receiving more than USD 2 billion in...

Al-Shabaab militants overrun Kenyan police outpost

Horn Diplomat-Over 100 al-Shabaab militants attacked and overpowered a Kenyan police station on Saturday, the latest in a series of attacks by the Somalia-based militant group. Police confirmed that the early-morning attack took place in the north-eastern town of Wajir, about 50 kilometers (31 miles)...

Kenya dismisses UN report on killings in Somalia

  The Kenyan government has not said how many of its soldiers were killed but CNN reported in May that as many as 141 died. In his report, Mr Ban offered a mixed assessment of the status of Amisom’s campaign against Al-Shabaab. Kenyan air...

Somalia became Example for Every bad action in the world Philippine FM said :Southern Philippine waters not a new Somalia – Yasay

Horndiplomat-The Philippines denied Friday that piracy in its waters bordering Indonesia and Malaysia had reached Somalian levels following a recent spate of kidnappings of Southeast Asian sailors. Foreign Affairs Secretary Perfecto Yasay said the situation in the southern Philippines is much more stable than in...

The African Union lays out its exit strategy in Somalia

HornDiplomat-The African Union (AU) plans to withdraw its troops from Somalia by the end of 2020. The exit strategy is for the Federal Somali Republic to takeover the responsibilities of security for its territory, so the AU mission in Somalia (AMISOM) can come to...

Should Tony Blair be punished for the Iraq War? – UpFront

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Horndiplomat-More than a decade after the 2003 invasion of Iraq, the country continues to become increasingly unstable. On Sunday, nearly 300 people were killed in the worst bombing since the invasion began. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2XS2zIUDlGI SOURCE:ALJAZEERA