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Somaliland: Government Released Seven Pirates Who Served Their Sentence Term In Hargeisa

Hordiplomat- The Somaliland's Government Released Seven Pirates who served their sentence term in hargeisa ,  The Ministry of Justice of Somaliland Released Press statement that officially announced that Decision.Horndiplomat Reports Justice Ministry Statement  The Republic of Somaliland and the Republic of Seychelles, together taking into consideration...

Somaliland:President Silanyo Receives Special Representative of the UN Secretary General Michael Keating

By:MOHAMAD DUALE @MohamadDuale Hargeisa, 3 April 2017{Horndiplomat} The President of Somaliland H.E Ahmed Mohamed mohamoud Silanyo Receives united nations high level delegation led by Special Representative of the UN Secretary General Mr. Michael Keating. The President was accompanied by the Vice president Abdirahman Abdilahi ismail...

Somaliland:UN Special Representative Michael Keating visits Somaliland to assess impact of drought

Hargeisa, 3 April 2017- The Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General (SRSG) for Somalia, Michael Keating, concluded a two-day visit to Somaliland to assess the impact of the prolonged drought on its population. Mr. Keating held talks with senior government officials, led by President...

Somaliland roots for ‘statehood’ at UN, AU halls of fame

THE Republic of Somaliland is now rooting for recognition at the African Union (AU) and United Nations (UN) as a sovereign state, apparently in a bid to win legitimate rights as an independent state. Among its diplomatic forays, the country is now out to woo...

Somaliland:Surviving on black tea

In a makeshift camp beside a disused airfield in the breakaway Somali region of Somaliland, 32-year-old Nima Mohamed sits next to an open wood fire, boiling a kettle of black tea. Unless aid groups bring them food and water, the tea is the only meal...

Somali school paves way for students to get into Harvard, MIT

Abdisamad Adan is the first Somali undergraduate in decades to be accepted to Harvard. One of 19 siblings who grew up without electricity or indoor plumbing, he is one of the growing number of success stories to come from a unique African high school that...

WATCH:Somaliland Hospital Cares for Malnourished From Drought- VOA Reports

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ERIGAVO, SOMALILAND — As the breakaway republic of Somaliland grapples with a severe drought, medical workers are struggling to aid people left weakened by malnourishment and hunger. A 70-year-old hospital in Erigavo, the capital of the Sanaag region, is operating beyond full capacity to treat...

In drought-stricken Somaliland, families try to survive on black tea

By George Obulutsa and Abdirahman Hussein | BURAO, SOMALILAND In a makeshift camp beside a disused airfield in the breakaway Somali region of Somaliland, 32-year old Nima Mohamed sits next to an open wood fire, boiling a kettle of black tea. Unless aid groups bring them...

Somaliland:National Electoral Commission Announces Total Results of Voter Registration Process

The Somaliland’s National electoral commission announced the total Results of Vote registration Process Commenced last year in Somaliland. The National electoral commission Officially Announces the Total number of the vote Registration Process  and The Date that Distributes the Vote Cards . The National Electoral Commission Spokesman...

Somaliland MFA: We’re not a part of Somalia, Mr. Trump, and we don’t belong in your ban

By Saad Ali Shire Saad Ali Shire is the minister of foreign affairs and international cooperation for the Republic of Somaliland. Amid the discourse, debate and dissent over President Trump’s emerging foreign-policy agenda, there is one thing on which most would agree: The new administration will...