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North Korea faces tighter sanctions under Trump strategy


Thursday April 27, 2017

North Korea released a photo of Mr Kim saluting troops
North Korea released a photo of Mr Kim saluting troops


The US is to tighten sanctions on North Korea and step up diplomatic moves aimed at pressuring the country to end its nuclear and missile programmes.

President Donald Trump’s strategy was announced after a special briefing for all 100 US senators.

Earlier, the top US commander in the Pacific defended the deployment of an advanced missile defence system in South Korea.
Tensions have risen amid fears the North is planning new weapons tests.

“The United States seeks stability and the peaceful denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula,” said a joint statement issued by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats.

“We remain open to negotiations towards that goal. However, we remain prepared to defend ourselves and our allies.

“The president’s approach aims to pressure North Korea into dismantling its nuclear, ballistic missile, and proliferation programs by tightening economic sanctions and pursuing diplomatic measures with our allies and regional partners,” the statement added.
The US already has extensive sanctions in place on North Korea, including a blanket ban on trade and a blacklist of anyone dealing with North Korea.

It is not clear what further sanctions Washington could impose.

The BBC’s Barbara Plett Usher in Washington

The Americans are deeply concerned about advances in North Korea’s weapons technology, they believe it could well be capable of hitting the United States with a nuclear warhead before the end of President Trump’s first term.

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Any US military intervention to pre-empt that would be fraught with risk, but Mr Trump has toughened his rhetoric to drive home a message that it’s a credible threat.

A key part of his plan is to pressure China to lean more heavily on North Korea to dismantle its nuclear weapons programme. The statement says the US is open to negotiations towards that end, but many even in Washington doubt the regime could ever accept such terms.

Democratic Senator Christopher Coons told reporters that military options were discussed at the special presidential briefing for senators.
“It was a sobering briefing in which it was clear just how much thought and planning was going into preparing military options if called for – and a diplomatic strategy that strikes me as clear-eyed and well-proportioned to the threat,” he said.

A White House official said an option under consideration was to put North Korea back on the state department’s list of countries that sponsor terrorism.

Mr Trump’s predecessor, Barack Obama, imposed sanctions over a year ago following a nuclear test and satellite launch by the North.

North Korean government property in America was frozen and US exports to, or investment in, North Korea was banned.

The order also greatly expanded powers to blacklist anyone, including non-Americans, dealing with North Korea.
The senators received a highly unusual briefing by the Trump administration on the seriousness of the threat from North Korea and the

president’s strategy for dealing with it on Wednesday.

Earlier Admiral Harry Harris, head of US Pacific Command, said the US would be ready “with the best technology” to defeat any missile threat.
The deployment of Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense (Thaad) system in South Korea was aimed, he argued, at bringing North Korean leader Kim Jong-un “to his senses, not to his knees”.

Adm Harris said he believed that North Korea would try to attack the US as soon as it had the military capabilities.

China says the deployment of Thaad will destabilise security and there have been protests in South Korea itself, where three people were injured in clashes with police as the system was being delivered to a former golf course on Wednesday.
 

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Erdogan says West ignores famine in Africa


Thursday April 27, 2017

President accuses developed countries of turning blind eye to famine facing 14 million people
President accuses developed countries of turning blind eye to famine facing 14 million people


The West has ignored the plight of 14 million people facing famine in Africa, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Wednesday.

Turkey would continue to stand alongside “suffering people trying to keep alive in poverty,” he added at an Ankara press conference with Somalian President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed.

“At least 14 million people, mostly women and children, are starving in Africa,” he said. “Many developed western countries play the ostrich in the face of such human tragedies.”

Erdogan said Turkey had prepared aid for those countries in need of assistance.

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“Unlike those who turn a blind eye to those who are trying to keep alive in poverty and starvation, we will continue standing by them. You cannot talk about peace and stability in a world where children are starving to death.”

Erdogan said Somalia had seen a significant period of change since he first visited the country in 2011, highlighting February’s presidential election as an example.

Mohamed praised Turkey’s reconstruction efforts in the Horn of Africa state. “Turkey has made important contributions to the reconstruction of Somalia after a very long working period,” he said. “Somalia will continue seeking support from this relation.”

He added that the “fruitful” meeting with Erdogan had confirmed deep-rooted ties between the nations.

“At the moment, we have had many agreements in different fields, such as cooperation on development and cultural exchange,” he told journalists.

“The business alliance between the two countries is progressing very quickly. In particular, the relationship between trade and business circles is very intense.”

Nearly 900,000 people in Somalia are currently “in crisis and emergency conditions” while almost 2 million Somalis suffer from food insecurity, according to the UN. Another 1 million are refugees in neighboring countries.

In January, the World Food Program said around 14 million people in southern Africa were facing hunger due to drought.
 

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Tensions Deepen Over Chinese Traders in Uganda


Thursday April 27, 2017

FILE - A Chinese shoe-seller, who declined to give his name, watches as a customer inspects his wares, at a shoe shop in Kampala, Uganda, June 8, 2015. Local merchants have been protesting the presence of Chinese traders, claiming unfair competition.
FILE – A Chinese shoe-seller, who declined to give his name, watches as a customer inspects his wares, at a shoe shop in Kampala, Uganda, June 8, 2015. Local merchants have been protesting the presence of Chinese traders, claiming unfair competition.


KAMPALA — This month saw hundreds of Ugandan shop owners march in Kampala against Chinese traders. Local merchants and some city officials want foreigners barred from petty commerce. The government has promised to address the long standing tensions.

Inexpensive Chinese goods are common in the markets of downtown Kampala, where locals operate small businesses selling the imported merchandise. But it has also become increasingly common for Chinese in Uganda to set up shops selling the same items, only cheaper.

Local shop owner Everest Kayondo, the Kampala Capital City Traders Association chairman, says it is time the government barred foreigners from petty trade.

“If your manufacturer who has been selling to you establishes a shop in your home country and is doing both retail and wholesale, you will be ruled out of business. Number two, China is also having a policy of giving tax rebates to their nationals. Once they export, the Chinese will be entitled to a tax rebate, which will make their goods a lot cheaper than their Ugandan counterparts,” Kayondo said.

Uganda has seen sporadic protests on this issue since 2009. Some Chinese have since been deported for working in the country illegally.

But local traders say that is not enough. Last week, they took to Kampala streets blowing whistles and carrying placards with slogans like “Leave our markets.” Government officials were able to talk the traders out of holding a three-day strike.

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There is no law in Uganda prohibiting foreigners with work permits from engaging in petty trade. But Ugandan traders complain about foreigners, especially Chinese nationals, who they say come into the country claiming to be large-scale investors, but set up small businesses without proper registration.

Within or outside the law?

VOA spoke to China’s ambassador to Uganda, Zheng Zhu Qiang, who insisted the traders are not breaking any laws.

“Chinese businessmen are within the legal bordering and no one violates the law, but there is phenomenon because someone is not happy. I think we should resolve this issue by law. And another thing is that, as far as I know, if you import tiles from China, there is tax. It is groundless to say that Chinese traders do not pay tax,” Zheng said.

Uganda State Minister for Investment and Privatization at the Ministry of Finance, Evelyn Anite, says the ministry is looking into the issue.

“It is not anywhere in our policy that we want foreigners to come and trade in the country. We want these foreigners to come and invest in our country as investors. And that is why we are working on our investment policy. And when we license an investor we do not want them to end [up] downtown. And for us to even give you an investment license, we want to see that you are having a bank guarantee from a reputable bank in your country or from Uganda of not less than $250,000.”

According to Ministry of Trade statistics, China is Uganda’s second largest source of imports, after India, and second largest source of foreign direct investment, a total of $9.8 billion since 1993 according to the Uganda Investment Authority.

Most of this money has been through loans for construction of major infrastructure projects such as the hydropower dams and the Entebbe express highway.
 

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DEG DEG: Xukun lagu riday Haweeney Soomaali ah

Haweeney Soomaali ah ayaa waxaa xukun ku riday Maxkamad ku taalla Magaalada Minnesota ee dalka Mareykanka, kadib markii ay qiratay dambigii lagu soo eedeeyay, kaasi oo ahaa in ay taageertay Shabaab. Haweeneydan oo magaceeda lagu sheegay Aamina Maxamed Ciise ayaa la sheegay in ururka Al-shabaab ee ka dagaalama Soomaaliya ay u diri jirtay bishiiba lacag dhan […]

Axmed Fiqi oo kashifay qorshaha ka danbeeya baabi’inta ciidamada xoogga dalka

Xildhibaan Axmed Macalin Fiqi oo ka mid ah Mudanayaasha BFS ayaa si adag uga hadlay go’aanka ay Madaxda Qaranka iyo Madaxweynayaasha Dowlad Goboleedyada ku meelmariyeen

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Dowladda Soomaaliya & Turkey oo kala saxiixday Heshiis Xasaasi ah & Qodobada Heshiiska oo…

Dowladaha Somaliya iyo Turkiga ayaa kala saxiixday heshiisyo kala duwan oo ku aadan dhanka horumarka labada dowladood, xilli madaxweynaha Somaliya uu ku sugan yahay dalka

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Feysal Cali Waraabe: Intii aan Soomaliya la midoobi laheyn waxaa noo dhaanto anagoo ku biirno dowladda….

Guddoomiyaha Xisbiga mucaaradka UCID ee maamulka Somaliland Feysal Cali Waraabe oo ah shaqsi hadaladiisa ay la yaabaan dadka oo dhan ayaa markaan ka dhawaajiyey arrin

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DHAGEYSO: Gud. Baarlamaanka K/Galbeed oo Fariin Xasaasi Ah Soo Diray

Xilli Abaar iyo Amni daro meelaha qaar laga soo sheegayo Deegaanada Koonfur Galbeed Soomaaliya ayaa waxa arintaasi ka hadlay Maamulkaasi mas’uuliyiin katirsan. Fuustada Biyaha ayaa

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WAR DEG DEG:- Madaxweyne ku xigeenka Puntland oo maanta ku soo wajahan Magaalada Muqdisho

Apr 27, 2017 –

Madaxweyne kuxigeenka Puntland CabdiXakiim Xaaji Cumar Camey ayaa maanta la filayaa in uu safar deg deg ah ku yimaado Magaalada Muqdisho.

Madaxweyne kuxigeenka Puntland ayaa socdaalkiisan Muqdisho la xariira Arrimaha Abaaraha iyo talaabooyin kale oo ka dhaxeeya Puntland & dawladda dhexe ee Federaalka Soomaaliya.

Kulan heer caalami ah oo looga hadli doono xaaladdaha Amniga, Abaaraha & sidii gargaar loo gaarsiin lahaa Shacabka dhibaateysan ayaa kamid ah arrimaha wada xaajoodyada ee Madaxweyne xigeenka uu imaanayo Muqdisho.

Warar hoose ayaa sheegaya in gargaar xoog leh oo ku saabsan Abaaraha lagu qeybin doono Maamul Goboleedyada Magaalada Muqdisho.

Madaxda Ayaana kulan la yeelan doonya, waxaana qodobada ugu badan ay diiradda saari doonaan sidii gargaarkan u noqon doono Mid wda gaara dadka u baahan.

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Madaxda ma il-duufeen mise dhismaha ciidan qararn ayaa la diidan yahay

Madaxweynaha Soomaaliya Maxamed Cabdullaahi Farmaajo iyo Madaxda maamul Goboleedyada dalka ayaa isku afgartay dhismaha ciidamada qaran ee Soomaaliyeed, balse waxaa arrintaas lagu tilmaamay inay tahay

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DEG DEG: Al-Shabaab oo goor dhow deegaan Muhiim ah dib u qabsatay …..

Warar ka inaga soo gaaraya Magaalada Kismaayo Ee Gobolka Jubbada Hoose waxaa ay sheegayaan in Kooxda Al-Shabaab ay la wareegeen Deegaan Muhiim ah oo shalay

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Baarlamaanka Gobolka Minnesota oo digniin kasoo saaray qorsho lagu jaraayo…

Xildhibaano ka tirsan Golaha Baarlamaanka ee Gobolka Minnesota ayaa ka digay in Mareykanka uu dhaqaalaha ka jiro Soomaaliya, xili Dalka ay ku dhufteen abaaro xoogan. Wakiilka Mareykanka u qaabilsan Minnesota, Tom Emmer ayaa waxuu sheegay in aysan wanaagsaneyn in dhaqaalaha laga jaro Soomaaliya. Isagoo hadalkiisa sii wata ayaa waxuu tilmaamay in loo baahan yahay in […]

Yaa Wada Lugooyada Cusub ee Dhismaha Ciidanka Cusub …..

Madaxda Dowlada iyo Kuwa Maamul Goboleedyada Ma waxaa ay diidan yihiin Dhismaha Ciidamada Xooga Dalka oo weliba mideysan mise waa ay il duufeeno. Ujeedada, Madaxweynaha

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Al Shabaab oo Xalay Arin Kala Carar ah Ka Sameeyey Degmada Afgooye

Sida ay inoo sheegeen dad deegaankaa ah waxaa xalay ka dhacay Degmada Afgooye iskahorimaad khasaaro geystay. Dableey la sheegay inay katirsanaayeen Ururka Al Shabaab ayaa

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Wararkii Ugu dambeeyay ee AlShabaab oo Dagaal xoogan ku qaaday degmadda Afgooye

Dagaalyahano ka tirsan Ururka Al Shabaab, ayaa xalay waxa ay weerar ku qaadeen fariisimo ciidamada dowladda ay ku leeyihiin Degmada Afgooye ee Gobolka Shabellaha hoose.

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Qarax lala beegsaday Saraakiil Cadaan oo ka dhacay J/Hoose

Wararka inaga soo gaaray Gobolka Jubbada Hoose waxaa ay sheegayaan in deegaanka Janaay Cabdalla uu ka dhacay Qarax aad u weyn oo sababay khasaaro kala

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Axmed Fiqi oo banaanka soo dhigay sir badan oo ku saabsan qorshaha dhismaha ciidanka

Waxaa sii kordhaya xubnaha Baarlamaanka Federalka Somaliya ee ka digaayo qoarshaha la damacsan yahay in lagu dhiso ciidamada Somaliya, Shirka ka dhici doono Magaalada London ee dalka UK. Xildhibaan Axmed Macalin Fiqi, ayaa ka hadlay arintaasi wuxuuna sheegay inay tahay qorshe ay diyaariyeen dad ajaanib ah oo Somaliya aanan eegayn dantooda. Axmed Macalin Fiqi, ayaa […]

TOP DHAGEYSO:- Madaxweyne Gaas “Dowlada Federaalka way ka warqabtaa heshiiska Dekadda Boosaaso”

Apr 27, 2017 –

Madaxweynaha Maamulka Puntland C/wali Maxamed Cali Gaas ayaa ka warbixiyay shir looga hadlayo kheyraadka dabiiciga ah ee Afrika, kaasi oo ka dhacaya Magaalada Addis-Ababa ee dalka Itoobiya.

Shirkan ayaa waxaa ka qeyb galaya Madax ka socota Qaaradda Afrika, waxaana Soomaaliya u metelay Madaxweynaha Maamulka Puntland C/wali Maxamed (Gaas).

Madaxweyne Gaas oo wareysi siiyay BBC-da ayaa waxa uu ka hadlay arrimo ay ka mid yihiin mashruuca cusub ee Dowladda Imaaraadka ay ku dooneyso in ay ku balaariso Dekadda caalamiga ee Magaalada Boosaaso.

Waxa uu sheegay Dowladda Federaalka in ay ka warqabto heshiiska 30 sanood ee Dekadda Boosaaso loogu wareejiyay shirkad laga leeyahay dalka Imaaraadka Carabta

Sidoo kale Madaxweyne Gaas ayaa sheegay wax muran ah in uusan ku jirin heshiiska Maamulka Puntland uu la galay shirkad laga leeyahay dalka Imaaraadka Carabta, taasi oo ah in lagu wareejiyo Dekadda Boosaaso.

C/wali Maxamed Cali Gaas Madaxweynaha Maamulka Puntland ayaa sheegay hormarka dalka gaar ahaan Degaanada Puntland in uu ku xiran yahay kaabayaasha dhaqaalaha.

HALKAAN KA DHAGEYSO

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XOG: Beesha Daarood oo is hortaagtay Masuul uu Magacaabay RW kheyre iyo MD Farmaajo oo faro geliyay

Culees badan ayaa dhanka beesha Daarood kaga yimid Madaxweyne Farmaajo Kadib markii la damcay in lag qaado Xilka Maareeyaha Garoonka Diyaaradaha Muqdisho Aadan Cabdi Ashkir

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C/wali Gaas oo ka hadlay sababta uu uga qeybgalay shirka ka dhacay magaalada Addis

Madaxweynaha Maamulka Puntland C/wali Maxamed Cali Gaas ayaa ka warbixiyay shir looga hadlayo kheyraadka dabiiciga ah ee Afrika, kaasi oo ka dhacaya Magaalada Addis-Ababa ee dalka Itoobiya. Shirkan ayaa waxaa ka qeyb galaya Madax ka socota Qaaradda Afrika, waxaana Soomaaliya u metelay Madaxweynaha Maamulka Puntland C/wali Maxamed (Gaas). Madaxweyne Gaas oo wareysi siiyay BBC-da ayaa […]

Akhriso 5-qodob oo ku saabsan Qaabka loo soo xulayo Ciidanka 18-kun ah ee la Wareegi doona Amaanka Somalia…

Madaxda Qaranka iyo Madaxweynayaasha Dowlad Goboleedyada dalka ayaa dhawaan isku raacay inla baabi’iyo Ciidanka Militariga ee hada jira, iyadoo lasoo xuli doono ciidamo dhan 18,000 askari. Ciidamada lagu heshiiyay in lasoo xulo ayaa ku ekaan doona xuduudaha iyadoo la sheegay in looga maarmi doono ciidamada farahabadan ee u diiwaan gishan Hay’adaha amaanka, gaar ahaa Wasaarada […]

Kenya’s press freedom has stagnated, says report


Thursday April 27, 2017

Kenyan journalists covering a press conference in Nairobi. Kenya’s press freedom rating stagnated for the past two years, reveals report. FILE PHOTO | NATION MEDIA GROUP
Kenyan journalists covering a press conference in Nairobi. Kenya’s press freedom rating stagnated for the past two years, reveals report. FILE PHOTO | NATION MEDIA GROUP


Kenya’s press freedom rating stagnated for the past two years even as the global trend towards good journalism worsened, an indication that the country has done little to improve the media environment.

The latest Press Freedom Index showed that Kenya’s ranking remained unchanged at 95 out of 180 countries polled, scoring 45.95 points on a press freedom abuse scale where 0 is the best and 100 the worst.

The Index is published by Paris media watchdog Reporters Without Borders.

It says violation of media freedoms has become commonplace and strongmen are on the rise.

This is compounded by “the age of post-truth, propaganda, and suppression of freedoms, especially in democracies.”

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With new technologies, the Index says governments have become obsessed with surveillance and violation of privacy rights of citizens and the rights to confidentiality of sources.

The outcome is that countries such as the US, Australia, UK, New Zealand and Chile, previously seen as free, have deteriorated.

“The rate at which democracies are approaching the tipping point is alarming. If media freedom is not secure, then none of the other freedoms can be guaranteed,” said Christophe Deloire, the secretary-general of Reporters Without Borders, in a statement.

In Africa, the report in critical of governments that shut the internet especially at election times and during protests. It happened in Uganda in February last year, Cameroon in its English speaking regions following protests, Ethiopia during its state of emergency to contain Oromo protests, and Burundi during the deadly political turmoil that followed President Pierre Nkurunziza’s third term bid.

INTERNET SHUTDOWNS

So why has Kenya remained in the same place despite having no deliberate internet shutdowns, one of the most liberal media outlets and the perceived independent editorial content?

Kenya doesn’t even have journalists in jail for reporting news.

“One of the issues we have stuck with is our poor legal environment for journalists,” Mr Victor Bwire, the deputy chief executive at the Media Council of Kenya, told the Nation.

“Our legal regime is still anti-press freedom. We can boast, on paper, that we have a media friendly environment but the laws governing the media are still problematic. We don’t even have a media policy which means that we don’t know the kind of media we need,” he added.
 

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Madaxweynayaasha Soomaaliya & Turkiga oo heshiisyo kala saxiixday

ANKARA(RBC RADIO)Dowladaha Soomaaliya iyo Turkiga ayaa heshiisyo ku kala saxiixday Magaalada Ankara ee dalka Turkiga,Shir Jaraa’id oo ay si wadajir ah xalay u qabteen Madaxweynaha Turkiga Rece Dayyip Erdogan iyo Madaxweynaha Soomaaliya Maxamed C/llaahi Farmaajo ayaa waxa ay ku faah faahiyeen heshiisyada ay kala saxiixdeen. Recep Dayyip Erdogan Madaxweynaha dalka Turkiga ayaa bogaadiyey Dowladda Madaxweyne […]

DEG DEG: Dagaal Laga Yaabay Madaafiicda Leysku Garaacayo Oo Ka Socda Gobolka Hiiraan

Wararka haatan kusoo dhacaya xafiiska shabakada wararka Warkii.com ayaa sheegaya in dagaal aad u culus uu hada dhexmarayo ciidamada Itobiya iyo kooxda shabaab.

Dagaalka ayaa ka socda nawaaxiga Deegaanka Nuur Fanax ee gobolka hiiraan halka lagu magacaabo buurta qayaayaale oo qiyaas ahaan baledweyne koofur bari kaga beegan 45 KM.

Dagaalka ayaa ah mid aad u culus oo hubka noocyadiisa kala duwan la isku adeegsanayo walow aan la garan karin qasaaraha rasmiga ah ee labada dhinac.

Al-shabaab ayaa wadada u galay ciidamada itobiya oo ku wajahan degmada halgan oo ay shabaabka ka talinayeen mudooyinkii dambe

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XOG CULUS:- Puntland, Galmudug iyo Jubbaland oo Tiro isku mid ah la siiyay, Sidee loogu kala qeybiyay Maamulada Ciidamada xooga la diyarinaayo?

Apr 27, 2017 –

Wasiirka Difaaca Xukumadda Soomaaliya C/rashiid C/llaahi Maxamed ayaa bilaabay diyaarinta Ciidamada Xoogga ee dhawaan lagu heshiiyay in laga soo kala xulo maamul Goboleedyada dalka.

Ilo wareedyo ku dhow dhow Wasiirka, ayaa sheegay in diyaarinta ciidamadaani uu amar ku bixiyay Madaxweynaha Somalia si tirada ciidamada iyo sifaadka lagu soo xulaayo loo horgeeyo Madaxda adduunka ee ku ballansan shirka Soomaalida ee London.

Wasiirka ayaa sidoo kale la sheegay in diyaarinta ciidamada uu u sameeyay guddi si xooli ah ula shaqeeya maamul Goboleedyada si aan looga dib dhicin wakhtiga ay ku ballameen Madaxda Qaranka iyo Madaxweynayaasha maamul Goboleedyada dalka.

Ciidamada uu diyaarinaayo Wasiirka Difaaca Xukumadda Soomaaliya C/rashiid C/llaahi Maxamed ayaa loo qaybsan doonaa sida soo socota:

  1. Puntland 3,000
  1. Galmudug 3,000
  2. Hirshabelle 3,000
  3. Banaadir 3,000
  4. Koonfur Galbeed 3,000
  5. Jubaland 3,000

Wasiirka Difaaca Xukumadda Soomaaliya C/rashiid C/llaahi Maxamed, ayaa dadaal ugu jira sida uu kusoo xuli lahaa Ciidamo tayo leh oo suuragalinkara in Adduunka laga dhaadhici garab istaaga ciidamada xulka ah.

Diyaarinta ugu badan ee uu wado Wasiirka Difaaca Xukumadda Soomaaliya C/rashiid C/llaahi Maxamed, ayaa ah liiska ciidamada, hanaanka lagu soo xulaayo, miisaaniyada ku bixi doonta iyo in ciidamadaasi ay helaan xuquuq buuxda oo aan gaabis laheyn.

Si kastaba ha ahaatee, qorshahaani ayaa waxaa aad u dhaliilsan baarlamaanka Somalia Siyaasiyiinta horay ula soo shaqeeyay dowladihii hore ee dalka soo maray.

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Madaxweynayaasha Somaliya iyo Turkiga oo kala saxiixday heshiisyo ku aadan xiriirka labada dal

Madaxda Somaliya iyo Turkiga ayaa kulan muhiim ah ku yeeshay madaxtooyada cusub ee Turkiga,waxaana ka soo baxay qodobbo muhiim ah. Labada dhinac ayaa ka heshiiyay iskaashiga Caalamiga ah,amaanka,Dhaqaalaha iyo kabka Miisaaniyadda Soomaaliya. Madaxweynaha Turkiga ayaa ballan qaaday in dowladdiisu ay Somaliya ka taageereyso xoojinta amniga dalka,wax ka qabashada abaaraha iyo dib u dhiska dalka oo […]

DEG DEG: Al-Shabaab oo goor dhow deegaan Muhiim ah dib u qabsatay

Warar ka inaga soo gaaraya Magaalada Kismaayo Ee Gobolka Jubbada Hoose waxaa ay sheegayaan in Kooxda Al-Shabaab ay la wareegeen Deegaan Muhiim ah oo shalay laga saaray.

Al-Shabaab ayaa Markale dib u qabsatay Deegaanka Janaay Cabdalla oo u dhow Magaalada Kismaayo oo ah Xarunta KMG Maamulka Jubbaland.

Ciidamada Dowlada, kuwa Jubbaland iyo Ciidamada Kenya ayaa halkaas isag baxay kadib markii la ogaaday in Al-Shabaab weerar xoogan ku soo yihiin Deegaanka Janaay Cabdalla.

Deegaanka Janaay Cabdalla waxaa shalay Qabsaday Ciidamada Dowlada, Kuwa Jubbaland iyo Ciidamada Kenya oo ay la socdeen Qubaro dhinaca istaraatiijiyada dagaalk aku taqasustay oo ka tirsan Ciidamada Mareykanka inkastoo Al-Shabaab dib u qabsatay halkaas.

Weli wax war ah kama soo bixin Maamulka Jubbaland iyo Saraakiisha Ciidamada Huwanta ah hogaamineysa ee Deegaanka Janaay Cabdalla isag soo baxay.

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DEG DEG: Al shabaab oo Qarax Culus la eegtay Saraakiil Cadaan ah…

Wararka inaga soo gaaray Gobolka Jubbada Hoose waxaa ay sheegayaan in deegaanka Janaay Cabdalla uu ka dhacay Qarax aad u weyn oo sababay khasaaro kala duwan. Qaraxa ayaa waxaa la soo sheegayaa in uu haleelay Gaari ay la socdeen Saraakiil cadaan ah oo loo maleeyno kuwo Mareykan ah oo la socday Ciidamada Jubbaland ee shalay […]

Xog: Beesha Majeerteen oo is hortaagtay xilkii Yuusuf Jaalle ee garoonka Muqdisho

Madaxweynaha Soomaaliya Maxamed Cabdullaahi Farmaajo ayaa shalay Mudane Yuusuf Cabdi Cabdulle (Yuusuf Jaale) u Magacaabay Maareeyaha guud ee Hey’adda saadaasha iyo duulista Hawada Soomaaliya kadib markii uu ku fashilmay magacaabistii la sheegay in horey loogu magacaabay Maareeyaha garoonka Diyaaradaha Aadan Adde.

Maareeyihii Garoonka Aadan Cadde, Aadan Cabdi Ashkir, ayaa diidan xil ka qaadis uu ku sameeyay Ra’isul wasaaraha Xukuumada Somalia, waxa uuna wali ku doodayaa in xilka looga qaadi karo keliya Digreeto kasoo baxda Xafiiska Madaxweynaha Somalia Maxamed C/llahi Farmaajo.

Aadan Cabdi Ashkir, ayaa ku doodaaya in xil ka qaadista uu Ra’isul wasaare Kheyre ku sameeyay 06 April 2017, ay tahay mid aanu waafaqsaneyn sharciga, isla markaana loo baahan yahay in Maareeyaha cusub ee lagu bedelaayo uu la imaado Warqad kasoo baxday Xafiiska Madaxweynaha maadaama isaga lagu magacaabay Warqad kasoo baxday Xafiiska Madaxweynihii hore ee Somalia.

Aadan Cabdi Ashkir oo ah shaqsi kasoo jeedo Beesha Mareexaan ayaa ku gacan seyray inuu wareejiyo xilka Maareeyaha Garoonka Aadan Cadde, wuxuuxna garab weyn ka helay beesha Majeerteen uu Madaxweyne u Farmaajo u sheegtay inuu ninkaan xilkiisa u dhaafo haddii uusan kusoo badaleen booskaas shaqsi kale oo kasoo jeedo Beesha Daarood.

Beesha Majeerteen ayaa ka dhawaajisay inaysan macquul aheyn in Darood laga qaado xilka ay ka hayaan garoonka Aadan Cadde, waxayna madaxweynaha culeys ku saareen inuusan booskaas u magacaabin shaqsi aan beeshaas kasoo jeedin.

Markii uu batay Culeyska Farmaajo kaga imaanayo Daarood, ayuu go’aan ku gaaray inuu xilkiisa u dhaafo Aadan Cabdi Ashkir, waxaana Jaalle lagu qanciyey in la siiyo xilka Maareeyaha guud ee Hey’adda saadaasha iyo duulista Hawada Soomaaliya.

Beesha Daarood ayaa Farmaajo u sheegay inaysan macquul aheyn inuu Beesha ka saaro xilalka ugu muhiimsan ee Muqdisho, wuxuuna ugu dambeyn Farmaajo wax ku maareeyey caqligiisa isagoo qanciyey Jaalle.

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With academy, suburban police offer real-life lessons to help immigrants navigate life in U.S. – Star Tribune

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Somali pirate sentenced to life over USS Ashland attack – Justice Dept

A 31-year-old Somali man was sentenced to life in prison on Wednesday for engaging in piracy and other offences in connection with an attack on a U.S. Navy ship seven years ago, the U.S. Justice Department said. Mohamed Farah, 31, of Somalia was sentenced on Wednesday to life in prison for his role in the […]

Somali pirate sentenced to life over USS Ashland attack

A 31-year-old Somali man was sentenced to life in prison on Wednesday for engaging in piracy and other offences in connection with an attack on a U.S. Navy ship seven years ago, the U.S. Justice Department said. Mohamed Farah, 31, of Somalia was sentenced on Wednesday to life in prison for his role in the […]

Al-Shabaab oo weerarkii ugu cuslaa oo saf-ballaaran ku qaaday Magaalada..

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'I don’t have a place in my heart for Somalia right now'

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Thursday April 27, 2017

ABDIRAHMAN CHIRANGO ESCAPED VIOLENCE AND LIVED IN A SQUALID REFUGEE CAMP FOR OVER A DECADE BEFORE REACHING THE U.S.
ABDIRAHMAN CHIRANGO ESCAPED VIOLENCE AND LIVED IN A SQUALID REFUGEE CAMP FOR OVER A DECADE BEFORE REACHING THE U.S.


When ethnic Bantus of Somalia faced genocide during the early ‘90s, 6-year-old Abdirahman Chirango escaped on foot across hundreds of miles to his country’s southwestern border. He remained in a congested refugee camp for more than a decade.

Chirango fled to Kenya in 1991 with his maternal grandmother, two aunts, younger sister, an uncle who carried his infant brother and fellow Bantu villagers in search of security amidst Somalia’s raging inter-tribal wars.

Families were forced to abandon their livelihoods because of imminent terrorization from militants who, according to Chirango, plotted to massacre his people if they stayed.

As a boy, he helplessly witnessed the murder of his mother for resisting rape and the branding of his uncle and grandmother for protecting her. Chirango numbly watched as flames engulfed their house.

“I can still see my young brother sitting next to the lifeless body of my mom, suckling her breast,” he recalled, “[and] my sister splashing in the blood of my mother.”

Following brief hesitation, Chirango continued his recollection, his 6-foot-2 frame tensing in a tidy, vintage, gray suit.

“Up to today, I can still smell the smell of burning homes,” he said.

As a minority group, Somali Bantus faced vehement persecution by majority clans with Arab roots as a result of their alleged inferiority. Their origin of ancestry comes from countries near the eastern ridge of Africa. Experts say Somali Bantus were kidnapped from Mozambique, Tanzania and Malawi by slave traders in the 19th century.

“I can still see my young brother sitting next to the lifeless body of my mom, suckling her breast, [and] my sister splashing in the blood of my mother.”
What Chirango encountered more than two decades ago plagues his childhood, thus deepening his detachment from Somalia.

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“Our only hope was to go to Kenya, forget everything that happened and come back home, but it was all a fantasy,” the 32-year-old said. “It was a dream that would never come through.”

Villagers stepped over piles of their neighbors’ bodies and left empty-handed, deprived of food and water for nearly a month, relying on tree branches to combat starvation and their own urine to keep hydrated.

Though Chirango’s family survived the emigration, most did not. Of the few hundred who escaped 26 years ago, about 40 percent of the group reached Kenya.

“Parents and loved ones would have to walk away from their children because they could no longer afford to carry them,” he said.

The same militiamen from whom Chirango’s people retreated also occupied their encampment at Dagahaley Refugee Camp, regularly stealing refugees’ sparse food rations from their dirt-stained tents.

Contrary to everyone’s wishful thinking, their quality of life did not get better on the other side. In fact, Chirango said their level of subjected marginalization in Dadaab matched the degradation they faced back home.

He mentioned that women and girls who ventured into the bush for firewood were raped, whipped and sometimes dismembered. Finding riddled bodies inserted with foreign objects was a common occurrence. Teachers demanded that minority students sit on the dirt floor beneath their peers, intentionally deterring them from attending school.

Chirango’s older relatives expected the Somalian conflict to cease, making way for an eventual safe return to their homeland. Yet, they soon realized it was improbable.

In the heart of chaos, Chirango withstood physical and emotional abuse, finding clarity and empowerment through learning.
“I had a goal, which was to get educated, because the only way I could help my people in the future was with education,” Chirango said. “That was my weapon.”

Professor Orhon Myadar, from the UA School of Geography and Development, taught Chirango twice throughout the same academic year. Chirango has since finished his undergraduate degree in political science.

“Abdi has the most beautiful cursive writing; he would sit in the front row with a pressed, clean shirt,” Myadar said. “He took everything very seriously—life, classes. Everything was a priority.”

Some 1,500 Bantu migrants reside locally, according to the Somalian Bantu Association of Tucson, with assistance from the International Rescue Committee.

In addition to collaborating on the Beyond Fear: Tucson Refugees Tell Their Story project, which is inspired by Chirango’s testimony and sponsored by the UA Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry, Myadar and her colleagues are extending their campus initiative called Dismantling Fear.

“I had a goal, which was to get educated, because the only way I could help my people in the future was with education,” Chirango said. “That was my weapon.”

Migrants complete a series of United Nations and immigration interviews and undergo intensive scrutiny and medical screenings abroad before they are considered for entry into welcoming nations. It is a stringent system with no guarantees. Muridi, Chirango’s younger brother who he last saw 17 years ago, is still awaiting approval in Dadaab.

“I believe that general misunderstandings about refugees are primarily due to lack of knowledge about the refugee resettlement processes,” Myadar wrote via email. “Often, refugees are lumped along with asylum seekers and other foreign nationals who come to the country on different visa types.”

Together, Myadar and her teammates hope to utilize both projects by generating awareness, support and kindness for the Tucson refugee communities who are now moving on from their shambled pasts.

For the time being, Chirango flies across the country for business trips on behalf of his cousin’s grocery store, Safari Market, as the assistant manager. However, he plans to further his education and ultimately become an Arizona Bar-certified immigration attorney.

Chirango, whose name means “Servant of God,” regularly tutors youth on how to read the Quran in Arabic at the Islamic Center of Tucson. With five children of his own, Chirango has no intention to revisit his homeland and the lingering trauma it inflicts internally. His life may have started in Somalia, but it continues here.

“I don’t have a place in my heart for Somalia right now,” Chirango said.
 

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