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Somaliland:Puntland must own up to consequences of its rash lip battle against Somaliland – Vice Minister Elmi E-mail
Sunday, 01 February 2015 13:54

Hargeisa (Somalilandsun) - The Somaliland Vice Minister for national Security, H.E. Ali Mohamed Elmi, questioned the true motive behind untimely and very undiplomatic terms the ' Security Minister' of the regional state of Puntland that comes under the Federal Republic of Somalia,

Somaliland: Contradictory Statements by Ministers on SONYO Conflict E-mail
Sunday, 01 February 2015 13:47

Minister of Planning Dr. Saad Ali Shire and Ministry of Youth Sport and Tourism Mr. Ali Saed Raygal Minister of Planning Dr. Saad Ali Shire and Ministry of Youth Sport and Tourism Mr. Ali Saed Raygal

By: Mahmoud H. Qodah

HARGEISA (Somalilandsun)- Minister of Planning Dr. Sa'ad Ali Shire and Ministry of Youth, Sport and Tourism Mr. Ali Saed Raygal released contradictory statements on SONYO youth umbrella conflict on leadership election.

Somaliland:Somaliland Recognition E-mail
Sunday, 01 February 2015 13:29

By:Mahmoud Adan Jama "Galaal"

For a long period I have felt the case for recognition has not ever been comprehensively articulated. This prompted to put myself forward and make the case myself. The points contained in the speech are what I have been telling politicians and civil servants in the UK for some time.

Somaliland: It is perfect Times to Tell the Truth E-mail
Tuesday, 27 January 2015 17:09

By Abdirahman Ibrahim Abdilahi
(Somalilandsun) - One of the major resources in Somaliland at the moment is enjoying with is the wealth provided by UN and INGO's which are residing mainly in Hargeisa.

Tuesday, 27 January 2015 16:48

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By: Hassan Haji Farah Dudu

(Somalilandsun) - Socio-economic viability and environmental sustainability are fundamental issues in oil and gas operations. Generally, the "upstream" works of these operations have significant impacts on the environment, including the deterioration of physical and biological environments that lead to negative benefits for local populations, often following poor implementation of infrastructure activities and mitigation measures.

Somaliland and Japan: Distance still matters’ E-mail
Sunday, 25 January 2015 12:19


(Medeshi)- For Medeshi News by Yoshia Morishita . These are 3 articles by a friend and colleague of mine from Sapporo, Japan. Yoshia is a graduate from UCL (London) and a former staff at PENHA London . These articles were publsihed on Medeshi in March 2009
Section 1: Distance lost its significance?
In the age of globalisation when we can travel in the way that was totally unimaginable to our grandparents and even parents, we tend to think that geographical distance has lost its significance. Is this true? Yes, this is true in many ways.

Let's go back in time to the 1950s. In those days, Japanese people, after the bitter experiences during WWII, were determined to re-construct the country through economicgrowth and development, which resulted in a miraculous success, as you have probably heard somewhere.

Somaliland:The Sense of Nationhood ‘’We Not Feeling’’ E-mail
Sunday, 25 January 2015 11:55

By Mohamed Mohamoud Muse
Candidate of Master Degree in International Relations & Diplomacy, Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Hargeisa
21st January 2015
The fall of nationalism in Somalia is often called many farsighters that it's associated with a rising of self-awareness intererst of locals whereby the cultural identity has total disintegrated in the country.

Somaliland: Standoff among SONYO Member Organizations Continues E-mail
Saturday, 24 January 2015 14:38

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• The two rival groups are currently in a standoff over who have the legitimate rights to act as BOD of SONYO.
By: Mahmoud Qodah
Hargeisa (Somalilandsun) - Standoff among the 2 rival groups of SONYO member organizations still continues after the outcome of the recent General Assembly of the Umbrella has ended with 2 elected chairmen where each of them on his side held an

Somaliland: SOLJA condemns the re-suspension of Hubaal Newspaper E-mail
Saturday, 24 January 2015 14:33

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By: Mahmoud Qodah
Hargeisa (Somalilandsun) Somaliland Journalists Association (SOLJA) has condemned the re-suspension of HUBAAL Media Group by Somaliland appeal court a day after its previous suspension charge has been dropped by the regional court.

Somaliland: President Silanyo visits National Forces at the Frontline E-mail
Saturday, 24 January 2015 14:25

Hon. Ahmed Mohamed Mahmud SilanyoHon. Ahmed Mohamed Mahmud Silanyo

• "The aim of my visit to most of the regions and districts in the country was to assess the living conditions of my people"
By: Mahmoud Qodah

Somaliland:Somaliland presidential election through a clan ‘Lens’ E-mail
Saturday, 24 January 2015 14:17

(Somalilandsun) - "Analyzing the clan factor in Somaliland politics is true that clan neglects other important dynamics in the crisis; nevertheless, clan political discourse still animates the politics of Somaliland. Clan rivalry—even if it is a result of a false consciousness—is part of 'tradition' in Somali society in general, particularly oral tradition.


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