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Somaliland: Canadian judge tells Muslim woman he will not hear her case until she removes her headscarf E-mail
Saturday, 28 February 2015 18:35

Rania El-Alloul was reportedly told to remove her headscarf by a judge before he would hear her case in MontrealRania El-Alloul was reportedly told to remove her headscarf by a judge before he would hear her case in Montreal

(Somalilandsun) - Muslim woman was reportedly told to remove her headscarf before a Canadian judge would hear her case.
Judge Eliana Marengo was said to have told Rania El-Alloul that the courtroom in Montreal is a secular place and she was not suitably dressed.
'Hats and sunglasses for example, are not allowed. And I don't see why scarves on the head would be either,' it was claimed he said in a recording of proceedings, according to CBC News.
Somalilandsun - El-Allouk has attended court in a bid to have her car returned after it was seized by police.

 
Somaliland:Somaliland/Somalia Dialogue to resume in Ankara on Sunday E-mail
Saturday, 28 February 2015 17:47

presidents of Somaliland and Somalia signing accord in Djibouti in December of last yearpresidents of Somaliland and Somalia signing accord in Djibouti in December of last year

• Will they agree to put 'Issues on Unity and Independence' on the Agenda?
By: Mahmoud H. Qodah

Hargeisa (Somalilandsun) - Somaliland/Somalia talks will be finally resumed in Turkey on tomorrow (Sunday) as Somaliland delegation led by Ministry of Foreign and International Cooperation departed from Egal International Aiport heading to Ankara on Friday to represent Somaliland for the negotiation talks with Somalia Federal Government, after this meeting has been postponed for 3 days.

 
Somaliland: Somaliland’s Elections 4 Months Left, No Preparation So Far And The Blame Game Initiated E-mail
Friday, 27 February 2015 12:30

By Abdirahman Mohamed Dirye
Hargeisa(Somalilandsun) - Somaliland is too isolated regionally, liaison offices from Durban to Sweden are inactive except London, and Addis Ababa of which works like tourist Haj Guide, and elections are delayed indefinitely by Hirsi the most powerful friendly assistant to the president.

 
Somalia: Obama Nominates First U.S. Ambassador to Somalia Since 1991 E-mail
Friday, 27 February 2015 12:18

Katherine DhananiKatherine Dhanani

New diplomat will fill a post that has been vacant since the country collapsed into chaos more than two decades ago
By Matthew Lee
WASHINGTON - (Somalilandsun) — President Barack Obama has nominated a career diplomat to be the first U.S. ambassador to Somalia in nearly 25 years, filling a post that has been vacant since the Horn of Africa country collapsed into chaos in 1991, forcing the closure of the American embassy.

 
Somaliland: Government Reporter Detained in Ethiopia: E-mail
Sunday, 22 February 2015 22:42

By: Guleid A. Mahir
HARGEISA (Somalilandsun)
Since 26th December last year a Somaliland government journalist Yusuf Mohamed Hassan (Sancho) has been in custody in Ethiopia after he was arrested in Jig jiga town where he was on transit en route to Addis-Ababa for a family reunion.
Yusuf who is also a blogger & an editor with somalilandsun.com last posted a piece entitled 'Jig jiga the Ethiopian town where Bajaj is King Transporter' on the eve of Christmas in his site which he has been managing since 2011.

 
Somaliland:Mo Farah Breaks Two-Mile World Record at Birmingham Indoor Grand Prix E-mail
Sunday, 22 February 2015 22:28

Mo Farah Mo Farah

(Somalilandsun) - Somalilandsun - It has become a familiar sight this, Mo Farah with the union jack sitting joyously on his shoulders while photographers form a chaotic half-moon around him. Only this time there was a twist. He wasn't standing on a podium, but perched by a stadium clock showing a new world record, the first of his career.

 
Somalia: Mogadishu hotel suicide bombers were Dutch E-mail
Sunday, 22 February 2015 22:06

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Mugadishu (Somalilandsun) - Somalilandsun - Mogadishu - Twin suicide bombings at a Mogadishu hotel popular with ministers and officials were carried out by Dutch nationals, Somali intelligence sources said on Saturday, the day after 25 people were killed.
Somali intelligence believe both suicide bombers - a man and a woman - were Dutch-Somali citizens who infiltrated the Central Hotel close to the presidential palace ahead of the attack.

 
Somaliland: Ruling party’s Position on forthcoming elections E-mail
Saturday, 21 February 2015 20:25

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• KULMIYE Chairman reminds election stakeholders: 'No-one is above the law'
By: Mahmoud H. Qodah

Hargeisa (Somalilandsun) – Chairman of the ruling party, KULMIYE Mr. Mouse Bihi Abdi confirmed his party's position on the upcoming elections, and he likewise reminded all the stakeholders that law is above everything else.
Chairman Bihi said this after he participated and addressed in the weekly meeting of the Cabinet of ministers led by the President Ahmed Mohamed Silanyo on Thursday at the Presidential Palace.

 
Somaliland: Opposition Parties’ Call on Elections to be Held on time E-mail
Saturday, 21 February 2015 20:19

Abdirahman Mohamed Abdilahi Irro and Feisal Ali Warabe Abdirahman Mohamed Abdilahi Irro and Feisal Ali Warabe

• Opposition parties call for making unity government, if elections not held on time.
By: Mahmamoud H. Qodah

Hargeisa (Somalilandsun) – Somaliland Opposition Parties UCID and WADDANI have strongly opposed of making tenure extension for the current government after 26 June, as they urge of making unity government if government fails to hold election on time.

 
Somaliland: “Somaliland/Somalia Dialogue must be withheld” - WADANI Chairman E-mail
Saturday, 21 February 2015 19:53

The Chairman of House of Representatives and WADANI Opposition party Abdirahman Mohamed Abdilahi IrroThe Chairman of House of Representatives and WADANI Opposition party Abdirahman Mohamed Abdilahi Irro

• WADDANI Chairman: 'Grievances of the community in the eastern regions can only be resolved through holding of free and fair elections'
By: Mahmoud H. Qodah
Hargeisa (Somalilandsun) –The Chairman of House of Representatives and WADANI Opposition party Abdirahman Mohamed Abdilahi (Irro) called for the talks with Somalia to be withheld until free and fair elections are to be held in the country. He similarly warned of making any possible extension for the incumbent government's tenure from the House of Elders and government after 26 June.

 
Somaliland:If the upcoming elections are postponed, Somaliland security will be uncertain E-mail
Friday, 20 February 2015 15:54

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Slnnews-Somaliland; the country that has declared its independence from the rest of former Somalia, claims that it had chosen the multi party system of democracy.

Internationally, the Somaliland value is measured by the security and democratic elections. These statehood indicators are dependent on each other; this means if there was not security, there would not be election, and if the elections were not held there would not be security. The current administration is formulating an extension of its term to remain in the office for illegal period of time.

 

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