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Khamiis, Oct 4 , 2012
Howlgallo dad badan lagu qab-qabtay oo maalintii labaad laga sameeyay Magaalada Kismaayo ee Gobolka Jubbada Hoose
Khamiis, Oktoobar 04, 2012 (HOL) — Ciidamada dowladda KMG iyo kuwa Kenya ayaa ka bilaabay xaafadaha kala duwan ee magaalada Kismaayo howlgallo guriguri ah, iyadoona howlgalladaasi lagu soo qabqabtay tobaneeyo qof oo lagu eedeeyay in ay xiriir la leeyihiin Al-shabaab.
Ciidamadan ayaa ilaa shalay waxay baaritanno xooggan ka wadaan xaafadaha kala duwan ee magaalada waxaana ay noo xaqiijiyeen saraakiil katirsan dowladda in howlgalladii ilaa shalay ay ku soo qabqabteen dad gaaraya ilaa 90 qof oo isugu jira rag iyo dumar.
Goobjooge lagu magacaabo C/kaafi Max’uud ayaa HOL u sheegay in saaka aroortii ay ku waabariisteen ciidamo fara badan oo baaritanno ka wada xaafadaha kala duwan ee magaalada, wuxuuna xusay in howlgalladooda ay ku qabqabteen dad badan.
Saraakiisha dowladda KMG iyo kuwa Kenya ayaa sheegay in howlgalladan ka soconayo magaalada Kismaayo ay yihiin kuwo ay ku doonayaan in ay ku sugaan ammaanka magaalada Kismaayo.
Dhinaca kale; waxaa dib usoo noqday dhaqdhaqaaqii bulshada ee magaalada Kismaayo, iyadoona ay si caadi ah u shaqeynayaan adeegyadii bulshada, sida waxbarashada, ganacsiga iyo weliba isusocodkii gaadiidka ee gobollada Jubooyinka.
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10/4/2012 9:52 AM EST
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Lewiston Somalis Call on Mayor to Apologize or Resign
10/4/2012 7:26 PM EST
He's declined to apologize so far...but Lewiston Mayor Robert MacDonald is under increasing pressure to account for a series disparaging remarks he's made about the Somali community. This morning several dozen Somali residents and their supporters protested on the steps of City Hall. And as Susan Sharon reports, they are calling on the mayor to apologize or resign.
Raila blasts the West over its fear of Somalia
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Prime Minister Raila Odinga yesterday took a swipe at the international community saying it was reluctant to provide personnel to fight al Shabaab in Somalia and left the burden to Kenya and several other East African countries.
Somalia has made ‘quantum leap’ in its progress but security threats remain, UN envoy warns
UN News Centre
10/4/2012 6:59 PM EST
With the sound of construction hammers replacing the blast of guns and Al Shabaab militants ousted from their last major stronghold in Somalia, an “unimaginable” change has taken hold although the threats of guerrilla war and terrorism persist, the top United Nations envoy for the Horn of Africa country said today.
Battling to contain cholera, hepatitis E outbreaks on the Kenya-Somalia border
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Dadaab, Kenya (IRIN) – An outbreak of cholera along the Kenya-Somalia border has left dozens dead and many more sick, according to local residents, aid workers and government officials.
Somalia: Kismayo residents fear new clan fighting
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Fall of Kismayo praised by world leaders
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Somalia and the Shabab: It’s not over yet
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Video: Kenya mulls over Somali exit strategy
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Al-Shabaab is executing Somali journalists for the crime of reporting on sports
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Anatolia News Agency
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