SOMALILAND RECOGNITION: TROUBLED WATERS AHEAD By JAWAHIR YUSUF H. ADAM1
SABC AFRICA Interviews former Somaliland Forum Mr. Jamal Ali Hussein Somaliland is an oasis of peace and democratic country in the troubled area of Horn of Africa, it’s scheduled to host its second presidential elections on 27th September 2009, its neigbours Ethiopia and Djibouti had troubles border relations with Eritrea, but Somaliland remains the […]
Hargeisa, Somaliland (SomalilandGlobe) The Somaliland government has asked Interpeace, the agency that represents the International donors to Somaliland, to leave the country within 24 hours.
Democratisation Programme Steering Committee (USAID, DfID (UK), EC, Norway, SIDA (Sweden), Denmark, Switzerland) The donors congratulate the Somaliland people on the production of a Voter List on 27 July 2009, which is now ready and available. This represents the culmination of enormous effort by the stakeholders and an important opportunity for the Somaliland […]
HARGEISA, Somaliland (Somaliland Globe)- US Congressman Donald Payne snubbed Somaliland foreign minister, Abdillahi Mohamed Duale, and met with Dr. Mohamed Omer- foreign secretary of Somaliland’s opposition KULMIYE party in Washington DC.
New York, July 27, 2009–The Committee to Protect Journalists is concerned about the safety of Al-Jazeera staff in Yemen after an unknown caller threatened to kill the satellite broadcaster’s bureau chief on Sunday.
PRESS RELEASE BASHIR AHMED MAKHTAL: ETHIOPIAN COURT’S CONVICTION IS TRAVESY OF JUSTICE
HARGEISA, Somaliland (Somaliland Globe)- The Somaliland Electoral Commission has officially announced today that the forthcoming Somaliland presidential election scheduled for 27 September will go ahead without voter list
Hargeisa, Somaliland (Somaliland Globe)-The Somaliland authorities have released Saturday Mr. Abdullah Haji Ali, a lawmaker from Somalia’s
London, United Kingdom (Somaliland Globe)- President Rayale has been left isolated as domestic and international condemnation and pressure mounts on his regime over the continued detention without trial of two Radio Horyaal reporters and the closure of local television station, Horn Cable TV (HCTV).