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Firm angles for Sh180b Somalia remittances with virtual banking service
22-09-2014

Trio prosecuted for hate attack against Somalis
22-09-2014

UN fears repeat of Somalia food shortages when thousands died
22-09-2014

Kenya to stay course in quest to stabilise Somalia - President
22-09-2014

Al Shabaab's economic strategy is dipping into new wealth, making it more dangerous
22-09-2014

Somaliland - Time For Another Referendum?
22-09-2014

Aden Duale, Governor Nathif Jama differ over Garissa giraffe centre
22-09-2014

Majority of Kenyans wary of Shabaab attacks, want KDF troops back home
22-09-2014

Dozen Al-Shabaab rebels surrender in Somalia
22-09-2014

German Police Arrest Two Suspected of Being Members of Somali Militant Group
22-09-2014

Somaliland’s invasion on our territory is unacceptable: Puntland president
The president of the semiautonomous Somali regional state of Puntland Abdiweli Mohamed Ali Gaas has accused the Somaliland administration of massacring and displacing innocent people in the town of Taleex this week.
He termed the capture of Taleex district by Somaliland forces as an aggression saying his administration will not accept what he termed as an ‘unacceptable’ provocation.
“Puntland will not tolerate such provocative attacks on its territories” said Mr Abdiweli Gaas although he didn’t mention what kind of step his administration will take.
The eastern parts of Sanag and Sool regions are all claimed by Somaliland, Khaatumo State and as well as the Puntland state, although most of the regions are currently controlled by the Somaliland administration.
Mr. Gaas was speaking to journalists at Bosaso airport before his delegation flew to the United Arab Emirates on Saturday.
“Our trip to UAE is mainly based on strengthening the bilateral relations between Puntland and the UAE” Mr Abdiweli Gaas told journalists.

 
Primary content on this page
Firm angles for Sh180b Somalia remittances with virtual banking service
22-09-2014

Trio prosecuted for hate attack against Somalis
22-09-2014

UN fears repeat of Somalia food shortages when thousands died
22-09-2014

Kenya to stay course in quest to stabilise Somalia - President
22-09-2014

Al Shabaab's economic strategy is dipping into new wealth, making it more dangerous
22-09-2014

Somaliland - Time For Another Referendum?
22-09-2014

Aden Duale, Governor Nathif Jama differ over Garissa giraffe centre
22-09-2014

Majority of Kenyans wary of Shabaab attacks, want KDF troops back home
22-09-2014

Dozen Al-Shabaab rebels surrender in Somalia
22-09-2014

German Police Arrest Two Suspected of Being Members of Somali Militant Group
22-09-2014






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