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Somaliland: Football meets nationhood at the World Cup of unrecognised states

Horndiplomat--Could France and Portugal one day be joined by Abkhazia and Somaliland? Euro 2016 will be remembered for the heroics of smaller countries like Wales and Iceland. But can football blaze a path to nationhood? Abkhazia fans at Dinamo stadium © Max Avdeev If nobody can agree...

Djibouti signs $75 mln financing deal for fuel imports

Horndiplomat-Djibouti has approved a $75 million financing agreement with a unit of Saudi Arabia-based Islamic Development Bank to help the Horn of Africa nation to buy refined petroleum products, its energy minister said. Energy Minister Yacin Houssein Bouh said the deal with International Islamic Trade...

What’s special about the US-Israel relationship?

Horndiplomat-How Dennis Ross cooks the books of US Middle East policy. by:Marwan Bishara @MarwanBishara Marwan Bishara is the senior political analyst at Al Jazeera. If you must read Dennis Ross' Doomed to Succeed: The US-Israel-Relationship from Truman to Obama, take some sedatives because you are doomed to scream in...

Somaliland:Borama Coming to Henley This Saturday

Horndiplomat-The Mayor, Councillor Julian Brookes welcomed Yusuf, Fathi and Hamud, originally from Borama in Somaliland last week to hear about the plans for the ‘Borama Comes to Henley’ event taking place this Saturday (16 July) from 2-5pm. The event will see around 100 people,...

Somaliland:The Funeral Service of the Late British Veteran in Hargeisa

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Horndiplomat-A young teen British Soldier in1943 in Somali British Protectorate, Veteran Diplomat, writer and Somaliland citizen of British origin Mr. Cabas Idriss formerly known as John Drysdale who passed away Saturday 9 July, 2016 will be buried in Hargeisa today. Horn Diplomat Reports The funeral...

Nobel Prize Winner Malala YousafZai Visits In Kenya In the World’s Largest Refugee Camp

Horn Diplomat:-DADAAB, Kenya — Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai is spending her 19th birthday in Kenya in the world's largest refugee camp? to draw attention to the global refugee crisis, especially as the Dadaab camp faces pressure to close. Malala's spokesman, Taylor Royle, said the education...

African Union Pre-election Assessment Team arrives in Mogadishu

Horn Diplomat-:Mogadishu, 11 July 2016 – A delegation from the African Union headquarters in Addis Ababa arrived in Mogadishu, Somalia today, on a pre-election assessment mission, ahead of the elections, scheduled for August and September 2016. The four-member delegation is in the country to gauge...

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...