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Somaliland Case: A delay in election is a delay in democracy

A woman casts her vote in the presidential election in Hargeisa, Somaliland, Nov. 13, 2017.
By: Ismail Ahmed Somaliland took the system of democratization and exercised the multiparty system for the last couple of decades. This tiny, unrecognized de facto state, which locates   in a very volatile region hindered by prolonged political turmoil,...

The future of Somaliland will depend on natural resources- Minister of Energy

Somaliland Minister of Minerals and Energy Abdillahi Farah Abdi said that the future of Somaliland will depend on mountains and seas.
By M.A. Egge Somaliland Minister of Minerals and Energy Abdillahi Farah Abdi said that the future of Somaliland will depend on mountains and seas. The minister pointed out that the mountains of Somaliland...

Op-Ed: The Danger of Unregulated Health Care Providers in Somaliland

Op-Ed: The Danger of Unregulated Health Care Providers in Somaliland
 By Abdiaziz Ali AdaniMany people in countries with underdeveloped public healthcare infrastructure, like Somaliland, rely instead on unregulated private clinics and hospitals. These privately owned businesses are not subject to government surveillance, supervision, or control. As a result, there are several...

Singing Finnish MP wows Somali arts festival

Suldaan Said Ahmed became an MP in Finland just over a year ago
By: BBC WORLD Finland’s first Somali-born MP, Suldaan Said Ahmed, has wowed audiences gathered in London for the Somali Festival Week with his singing voice. He was attending one of the events put...

OMAR: US recognising Somaliland will bring stability in Somalia

US congressional aides visit Hargeysa
By Bashe Awil Omar Some time in March this year, Scott Perry, a member of the US House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee submitted a proposal to the House of Representatives seeking recognition for Somaliland as an independent country.

Cost of living: Somali community struggles to send money abroad

By Osob Elmi, BBC The cost of living crisis is leaving some communities struggling to send money back to families overseas, the BBC has found. Some of Bristol's Somali community have drastically reduced amounts they send...

Children Herd Goats In The Morning, Attend Classes In The Afternoon-Somaliland

Children Herd Goats In The Morning, Attend Classes In The Afternoon-Somaliland
By: Busiweek Mohamed Hersi Jama’s son, 11, and daughter, 10, are enjoying their third year in school in Lafta-Farweyne village, 60 km south of Hargeisa, whilst keeping up with their duties herding the family’s livestock. They...

Somalia-Hired Lobbyist Group, Unionists Accelerate Opposition to H.R. 7170 Legislation on Somaliland-US Cooperation

Somalia-Hired Lobbyist Group, Unionists Accelerate Opposition to H.R. 7170 Legislation on Somaliland-US Cooperation
By: Somtribune The Von Batten-Montague-York, L.C. lobby group on contract with the Somalia government, supported by a unionist group calling itself the United Somali Alliance, accelerate opposition to H.R. 7170 and other proposed legislations that call for an increased...

Taiwan office in Somaliland Celebrates 111th National Day

Taiwan office in Somaliland Celebrates 111th National Day
By: Staff writer Taiwan's representative in Somaliland celebrating 111th National Day of the Republic of China (Taiwan) in Hargeisa. Over 200 people attended the event, including Abdulrahman Ismail Saylici, Vice President of Somaliland,  ministers, government officials, MPs,...

Somaliland Risks Its Moral High Ground

Somaliland
By: Michael Rubin Africa is ground zero for the struggle to consolidate democratic gains. While the continent underwent a democratic revolution in the 1990s and early 2000s, the past decade has been difficult. It is in this context that Somaliland, an autonomous region that...