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Issue 400/ 26th Sept - 2nd October 2009

 

Suicide bombers strike in Somaliland

 

Africa's Best Kept Secret

Our Trip to Somaliland

Front Page

News Headlines

Somaliland’s Political Parties Accept International Donors’ Proposal

Al-Shabaab Warns Djibouti

Bashe A. Gabobe Warns Upper House Not To Extend President’s Term

First Batch Of Students Graduate From Admas University College

Car Used To Convey Political Message In Hargeysa For The First Time

Third Bridge Inaugurated In Buroa

FBI Investigates Allegations American Youth Was Somali Suicide Bomber

IFJ Concerned By Degradation Of Freedom Of Expression In Somaliland

Local and Regional Affairs

Djibouti Facing Local Insurgency And Threats From Somali Islamists

Clan Elders Extend Somaliland President’s Term

Fist Fight Erupts Yet Again Over Impeachment Move In Somaliland Parliament

Revealed: Top Names In US Visa Ban List

Salah Nabhan Captured Alive Along With Abu Mansur Al Amriiki

Somali Drought Crisis Worsens, Mortality Risk Grows, UN Warns

Food Security Improving In Djibouti But Prices Still High

The Front Line In Somalia

Eritrea Says Terrorism Focus Not Working In Somalia

Ministers Debate AU Role In Somalia After Bombings

UK's 'Flying Diplomats' Aim To Tackle Terror Threat At Home

Global Initiative Takes On Gender Inequality

Businessman's Pledge To Help Kenya

Bristol Student Cleared Of Terror Charge

Somalia's Aweys Calls For More Suicide Attacks

Defiant Al-Shabaab Reaches Out To Somalis In Diaspora

Pro-Qaeda Somali Pirates To Attack Indian Ships, Warns NATO

Editorial

Somaliland Upper House Does The Right Thing

Features & Commentary

Simon Reveals Airport Gun Battle Horror

The US Must Help Rebuild Somalia

Text Messaging Helps Young Palestinians Find Work

Former President Clinton Announces Winners of the Third Annual Clinton Global Citizen Awards

Putting Puntland's Potential Into Play

A Time to Stand Fast on Mladic and War Crimes

Investing In Women And Girls To Fight Poverty, Climate Change

North And South Korea: “We Want Reunification But They Don’t Let Us”

Somalia: Africa Oil Operations Update

International News

HIV Breakthrough As Scientists Discover New Vaccine To Prevent Infection

'I Was Black Before The Election' Obama Tells David Letterman

UN General Assembly: 100 Minutes In The Life Of Muammar Gaddafi

Obama To Push Nuclear Disarmament

Family Finance: Women And Their Secret Accounts

Opinion

Somaliland President: Step Down Gracefully Or Disgracefully

Loosing The Faith In The System

A Nation Under Volcano

Is Somaliland At The Crossroads?

Mr. Rayale Resign Gracefully And Save The Nation From Abyss

The Freedom Torch From London Arrived In Pittsburgh !!!!

The Voice In The Wilderness

LOCAL & REGIONAL AFFAIRS

FRUD Founder Ahmad Dini Ahmad

By: Andrew McGregor
Few nations in the world are as strategically important but as little known as Djibouti, a small desert nation of half a million people in the heart of the Horn of Africa. A lingering insurgency by the ethnic-Afar Front pour la Restauration de l’Unité et de la Démocratie (Front for the Restoration of Unity and Democracy - FRUD) that many believed was over in 2001 has reemerged as one of a number of security problems challenging Djibouti’s continued stability.

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A dead cow (file photo): Severe drought has made food increasingly scarce for the poor because of reduced livestock products and the lack of saleable animals

Hargeysa, Somaliland, September 26, 2009 – Recent rains in eastern parts of Somaliland have done little to improve drought-affected pastoral and agro-pastoral livelihoods in the region, says a local official.
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Hargeysa, Somaliland, September 26, 2009 – Clan elders of Somaliland voted on Friday to extend President Dahir Riyale Kahin’s term on condition that a voter list be finalized and a date be set for a presidential election.
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Hargeysa, Somaliland, September 26, 2009 – A commotion prevailed in the Lower House of Somaliland’s Parliament over impeachment move against President Dahir Rayale Kahin in Thursday’s parliament sitting, leading to a fist fight between members of the opposition camp and supporters of the ruling party.
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United States Ambassador to Kenya Michael Ranneberger addresses a press conference at his residence in Muthaiga, Nairobi, on Thursday where he announced that fifteen politicians have been served with letters indicating bad relationships with the United States of America

Cabinet ministers, MPs, AG and PSs among the 15 who got Obama letters
Nairobi, Kenya, September 26, 2009 – The US government on Thursday threatened to impose a visa ban on 15 top government officials and block aid to the country.
The officials have received letters from the US government applying pressure on them to back reforms and renounce violence.

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Abu Mansur (Al-Amriki) can be seen in Shabaab's latest propaganda videotape, released on Sunday, leading the training of Shabaab fighters at the Abu Suleim camp.

Roma, September 26, 2009 – Italian newspaper Il Corriere della Sera has some interesting news on the covert raid conducted by US Special Forces, dubbed Celestial Balance, that targeted an al Qaeda leader in Southern Somalia on Sept. 14th.

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New York, September 26, 2009 – The drought crisis in war-torn Somalia is turning increasingly acute and spreading to regions previously spared, with half the country’s 7 million people in need of aid, an increasing risk of deaths, and insufficient international donor response, a senior United Nations official said on Wednesday.
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Nairobi, September 26, 2009 – Recent rains in Djibouti have replenished pasture and water resources, improving the food security situation in some pastoral areas, the Food Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS Net) says in a September report.
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By Jeffrey Gettleman

Mogadishu, Somalia, September 26, 2009 – We duck through a hole in a wall along this city’s blasted-out waterfront, following teenage gunmen with skinny shoulders and enormous guns.

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Eritrea Says Terrorism Focus Not Working In Somalia

By Jeremy Clarke and Jack Kimball
ASMARA, September 26, 2009 – Eritrea said on Friday the hunting of al Qaeda suspects in Somalia by U.S. and Ethiopian forces had crippled peace efforts in the Horn of African nation.
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Ministers Debate AU Role In Somalia After Bombings

Kampala, September 26, 2009 - Defense ministers from Uganda, Burundi and Somalia met Friday in Kampala over the African Union peacekeeping mission in Somalia after last week's suicide attack on the force, an official said.

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UK's 'Flying Diplomats' Aim To Tackle Terror Threat At Home

London, UK, September 26, 2009 – The Foreign Office is flying in senior UK diplomats to talk to British Muslims who live in "terror hotspots" as part of its efforts to prevent domestic and international extremism.
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Global Initiative Takes On Gender Inequality

New York, September 26, 2009 – The importance of gender equality took center stage Wednesday at the Clinton Global Initiative as speakers emphasized how investing in girls and women can have repercussions at all levels of a society.

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Businessman's Pledge To Help Kenya

Nairobi, September 26, 2009 – A BUSINESSMAN who regularly visits Kenya has come up with a way of raising money for the country's drought-stricken regions.
Peter Wright, who visits Africa three times a year, has seen the effects of the drought first hand and came up with the idea of producing a typical Kenyan vegetarian lunch as a way of raising money.

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Bristol Student Cleared Of Terror Charge

Bristol, UK, September 26, 2009 – Bristol student Hashi Omer has been cleared of failing to tell police about an extremist Muslim's plans to blow up Broadmead.
Outside Bristol Crown Court he was hugged and kissed by nearly 30 relatives and friends who had supported him throughout the nine-day trial.

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Somalia's Aweys Calls For More Suicide Attacks

Hizbul Islam leader Hassan Dahir Aweys

Mogadishu, September 26, 2009 – A senior Islamist leader and ally of al Qaeda has called for additional suicide attacks against African Union peacekeepers operating in Mogadishu.

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Defiant Al-Shabaab Reaches Out To Somalis In Diaspora

Mogadishu, September 26, 2009 – The extremist group whose leader was killed by American Special Forces is now defiantly asking more foreign fighters to join it.
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Pro-Qaeda Somali Pirates To Attack Indian Ships, Warns NATO

Brussels, September 26, 2009 – NATO has reportedly warned of possible attacks from pro-Qaeda Somali pirates on Indian sailing vessels and sailors, off the coast of Somalia.

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Headlines

Upper House Shows Wisdom

Somaliland Upper House of Parliament

Hargeysa, Somaliland, September 26, 2009 (SL Times) – Somaliland’s Upper House voted for endorsing the 6-point agreement between Somaliland’s political parties that was proposed by the international community.

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Somaliland’s Political Parties Accept International Donors’ Proposal

Hargeysa, Somaliland, September 26, 2009 (SL Times) – Somaliland’s three political parties accepted a proposal by the international donors. The proposal is based on the following 6 points:
1- changes in the electoral commission should be made
2- the election server should be re-instated and technical experts will come to Somaliland to fix the server’s problems

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Al-Shabaab Warns Djibouti

Djibouti, September 26, 2009 (SL Times) – Most countries that have been too involved in Somali politics, whether it is the US, Ethiopia, Kenya, or Uganda suffered some deadly repercussions for their involvement.
The only exception so far is Djibouti. The main reason Djibouti was spared was because it had close links with the Mogadishu-based perpetrators of violence including the religious fundamentalists and clan leaders from that area.

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Bashe A. Gabobe Warns Upper House Not To Extend President’s Term

Hargeysa, Somaliland, September 26, 2009 (SL Times) – The Manager of Kulmiye Party’s presidential campaign in the western regions, Eng. Bashe A. Gabobe warned Somaliland’s Upper House not to extend President Dahir Rayale Kahin’s term in office.
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Hargeysa, Somaliland, September 26, 2009 (SL Times) – Two hundred and thirty five students received their graduation degrees from Admas University. The graduation was attended by Vice President Ahmed Yusuf Yasin, the Minister of Education, Hassan Mahmud Warsame (Gadhweyne), the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Abdillahi Muhammad Duale, the Chairman of Kulmiye, Ahmed Sillanyo, the Chairman of UCID, Faysal Ali Warabe, the head of Ethiopia’s Trade Office, Ambassador Wubeshet Demissiemb, the Chancellor of Admas University’s Addis Ababa branch, Mr Molla Tesegay, the President of Admas University’s Hargeysa branch, Mr Ahmed Dahir (Adnan), students, parents and distinguished guests.

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Adan Muhammad posted on his vehicle a message which urged Somaliland’s Upper House not to extend President Rayale’s term

Hargeysa, Somaliland, September 26, 2009 (SL Times) – Although using bumper stickers and other signs on automobiles is pretty common in many countries around the world, this was an unknown phenomenon in Somaliland until last week that is, when Ali Adan Muhammad, a Somalilander from the diaspora posted on his vehicle a message which urged Somaliland’s Upper House not to extend President Dahir Rayale Kahin’s term.

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Third Bridge Inaugurated In Buroa

Buroa, Somaliland, September 26, 2009 (SL Times) – The city of Buroa got its third bridge on May 20, 2009. The bridge was financed by Dahabshiil Money Transfer Company. The ribbon cutting ceremony was attended by the Minister of State for Industry, Ahmed Ali Ubahle who praised Dahabshiil Company for the great role it plays in advancing the public interests.

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FBI Investigates Allegations American Youth Was Somali Suicide Bomber

Nairobi, Kenya, September 26, 2009 — FBI are investigating whether an American Somali was involved in a suicide bombing on a peacekeeping base in Somalia that killed 21 people, a family friend said Friday.

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IFJ Concerned By Degradation Of Freedom Of Expression In Somaliland

Nairobi, September 26, 2009 – The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) on Wednesday expressed its concern over the continuous degradation of freedom of expression in Somaliland, following the publication of a new report by the National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ), an IFJ affiliate, on the state of freedom of expression and cases of violations of media freedom in Somaliland.
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INTERNATIONAL NEWS

HIV Breakthrough As Scientists Discover New Vaccine To Prevent Infection

First evidence of possible vaccine as US military-backed medical trial in Thailand cuts HIV infection rate by a third

A microscopic image of the HIV virus.

Bangkok, Thailand, September 26, 2009 – A medical trial in Thailand has raised hopes of a major breakthrough in the fight against Aids after scientists said an experimental vaccine had reduced the risk of HIV infection by a third.
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'I Was Black Before The Election' Obama Tells David Letterman

'I was black before the election,' Obama tells David Letterman on the Late Show

Andrew Clark

New York, September 26, 2009 – Barack Obama will face tougher crowds. Pausing to accept a gift of a heart-shaped potato from an admiring member of the audience, the US president bantered fluently on racism, healthcare and the economy with the chatshow host David Letterman.

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Muammar Gaddafi addresses the UN general assembly. Gaddafi's lengthy speech touched on topics ranging from swine flu to JFK's assassination

Ed Pilkington

New York, September 26, 2009 – It was meant to be a day of global reconciliation, when the new leader of the free world put all the rancor of the past eight years behind him and heralded an era of unity. And so it might have been were it not for a short man, swathed in saffron robes and a black felt hat waving his arms around and shouting: "Terrorism!"

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New York, September 26, 2009 – US President Barack Obama is to call for an end to nuclear arms and efforts to stop the spread of the technology behind them, at an historic UN session.
In the first security council meeting chaired by the US, Mr Obama will present a resolution seeking "a world without nuclear weapons".

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Eddy and his wife Terry

Nairobi, September 26, 2009 – The moment was tense with a heavy sense of betrayal. Eddy* looked at his wife Terry* from across their bedroom then fished some document from the drawer.
It was her bank statement for Sh307,000. She suddenly froze and was lost for words. Eddy didn’t have to say anything, Terry recalls the moment, as the hurt and surprise were clearly written in his eyes.

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FEATURES AND COMMENTERY

Generations to come will be appalled that we took opportunities to travel without thinking of the consequences

Writer and broadcaster Simon Reeve

By Kieran Meeke
Writer and broadcaster Simon Reeve, 37, has hosted TV travel epics Holidays In The Danger Zone, Tropic Of Capricorn, Equator and Places That Don't Exist. A season comprising episodes from the four shows started last Sunday, Sept 20, 2009 on digital TV channel Eden

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By Robert I. Rotberg
THIS WEEK’S US raid in Somalia that killed Al Qaeda operatives removed dangers to the United States and its allies, but did little to bring progress to one of the least governed places in the world.
Eliminating Saleh Ali Nabhan, the alleged mastermind behind the 2002 attacks on Israelis in Kenya and possibly the US embassy bombings in 1998, is salutary. Nabhan was a leader of Al-Shabaab, a fundamentalist Islamist youth movement of Somalis, which runs a large swath of southern Somalia and has ties to Al Qaeda.

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The Souktel text messaging system is helping young Palestinians find work. Photograph: David Sillitoe

Souktel system lets users create mini-CVs in attempt to tackle unemployment in occupied West Bank

Rory McCarthy

Ramallah, September 26, 2009 – A non-profit group in the occupied West Bank has started a scheme that uses mobile phone text messaging to help young Palestinians find work.

The group, based in Ramallah, has already registered 8,000 Palestinians on its Souktel system, most of them recent graduates. The system connects them to about 150 leading employers who are looking for staff.
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Former President Clinton Announces Winners of the Third Annual Clinton Global Citizen Awards

President Paul Kagame, Asha Hagi Elmi Amin, Peter Bakker, Dr. Rola Dashti, Ruchira Gupta, and Quincy Jones to be honored in a special ceremony at the 2009 Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting. Ben Stiller will host the awards ceremony, which will also feature General Wesley Clark, Alicia Keys, Lisa Ling, Demi Moore, Juanes, and Usher
New York, September 26, 2009 – President Clinton announced the 2009 honoree selections for the third annual Clinton Global Citizen Awards today. The award recognizes remarkable individuals for their leadership in improving the lives of people around the globe. The awards ceremony will take place on September 24, 2009 during the Fifth Annual Meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI).

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We Ask Rayaale To Step Down Respectfully

Published by Ahmed Arwo
Category: Politics
Region: Somaliland
Target: SOMALILAND CITIZENS ABROAD AND AT HOME
Background (Preamble):

"We Somalilanders of the diaspora, call on citizens at home and abroad, AU, AL, UN and all friends of Somaliland to ask Rayaale to step down respectfully."
Despite a motion of impeachment approved in the House of Representatives ( Elected), President Rayaale of Somaliland is clinging to power, and wants to offset with counter-motion from the Upper House (unelected) and whose term the President extended by full four years in 2007.

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Our Trip to Somaliland

Africa's Best Kept Secret

People & Power - Best Kept Secret - 28 Oct 07- Part 1

People & Power - Best Kept Secret - 28 Oct 07- Part 2

Somaliland Electoral Laws Handbook
By Ibrahim Hashi Jama


Lessons For Somaliland From Kenya's Post-Election Violence

Role Of The Media In Somaliland Elections - New Report Published

Dr. Nicole Stremlau is Co-ordinator of the Programme in Comparative Media Law and Policy and a Research Fellow in the Centre of Socio-Legal Studies

report examining the role of the media in the upcoming Somaliland elections in the light of lessons learned from Kenya, has been published in September 2009.

The report explores issues of media policy during post-election violence. We examine the case of Kenya, where 1,133 people were killed after the 2007 elections, to distill lessons for Somaliland’s upcoming elections. There are indications the elections in Somaliland will be highly contentious and that the media will have an important role in either exacerbating or alleviating political violence.

The intended audience for this report is journalists and policymakers in Somaliland as well as concerned international observers. We also expect that the issues drawn out here will be relevant for other countries in the region that are grappling with upcoming elections that have the potential of being highly contentious.

Download the report here: The Report or go to original source:

 http://pcmlp.socleg.ox.ac.uk/news/2009/role-media-somaliland-elections-new-report-published


Ayaan Needs Facial Reconstruction

Here is the transcript of the forthcoming video where Edna Adan appeals to the world to get help for a young woman whose face was destroyed when she was shot - shot in the face when she was only two years old!

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EDITORIAL

Somaliland Upper House Does The Right Thing

By voting to endorse the 6-point agreement between the three political parties rather than extend the president’s term without the opposition parties’ agreement, Somaliland’s Upper House did the right thing for itself and for the country. It did the right thing for itself because doing otherwise would have ruined its reputation, and it did the right thing for the country because doing otherwise would have worsened the country’s political situation.

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OPINION

Somaliland President: Step Down Gracefully Or Disgracefully

By Dalmar Kahin
Almost a decade ago, in 2002 after President Ibrahim Mohammed Egal passed away, many political analysts predicted that no way will Somaliland honor its constitution and sworn the vice president Dahir Riyale Kahin in as the third president without bloodshed. Never! It was unthinkable for such a smooth transition to unfold, at least not in corrupted Africa and, of course, not in war-ravaged Somaliland.

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Loosing The Faith In The System

Part IV - The role of the house of representative in the current standoff

Written by Ibrahim Saed Hussein
Let me just say that I have an enormous amount of respect to house of parliament
The only parliament that was elected by the people in 2005 was in conflicts since its inception with other branch of the state. Going back to my previous articles I stated that if the responsibility of the current problem might be divided to its actors, the executive could have received a big portion. If again the problem is to be divided to its actors what share could the legislators be received?

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A Nation Under Volcano

Written By Dr. Yusuf Deyr
Mr.Riyale also has no a deciding force of Army that is loyal to him one hundred percentage.

After Mr.Riyale threw the State Constitution on the wall; by closing both houses by force through his Police - State. Against the will of both panel. Which is the first scandal of that sort in the life history of all dictators. Above that, the Judiciary and the House of Elders bodies, has no independence from the presidency; and it is under the thumb of Mr. Riyale.

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Is Somaliland At The Crossroads?

By Abdikarim Osman
Somaliland leaders are obviously fighting on the deck of a sinking Titanic. There are four mutilated bodies on the same deck with their souls asking for justice and mercy. They deserve justice in order to rest in peace and that is all what they are waiting. The murderers are fiddling and fooling around the corners of the sinking ship in hoots and tattoos in their top fashion of cannibalism.

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Mr. Rayale Resign Gracefully And Save The Nation From Abyss

By Suleiman Egeh
Word of the day: “The time to plant the seeds for a new 21st century leadership model for Somaliland, in the post colonial failed/collapsed state era is now”
It so unfortunate to see the continuation of the political impasse in Somaliland. The current problems stem from the postponement of the presidential elections three times.

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The Freedom Torch From London Arrived In Pittsburgh !!!!

By Tedla Asfaw
Ethiopians protest at G20 gathering at Pittsburgh was live covered on ECADF yesterday afternoon and as far as I remember it is the fist live coverage on Internet of Ethiopians protest. The noisy crowd draw the attentions of local and foreign medias and this morning one of the local news papers reported about the protest. Major news media however concentrated on the anarchist battle with the police. Today there will be a big crowd of the Ethiopian North American Battalion who came to Pittsburgh as far as the west of USA and Canada.

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The Voice In The Wilderness

By Aniis A. Essa
In the week since Congressman Joe Wilson’s display of ignorance, the issue of RACE, once again, has spun out of control. So, I will try to add some sanity to the debate.
But first, let me lay the foundation for my argument. Without question, you can disagree with President Obama without being a racist. But, what does describing Obama as a Nazi have to do with healthcare?
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FEATURES AND COMMENTERY

Putting Puntland's Potential Into Play

The author, Dr. J. Peter Pham, with Abdirahman Mohamed Mohamud Farole, president of Puntland State of Somalia.

By J. Peter Pham, Ph.D.
September 24, 2009

In last week's column, I noted that the United States military and intelligence communities deserve to be applauded for successfully ferreting out and terminating the short, but bloody, career of Saleh Ali Saleh Nabhan. In his twenty-eight years, the Kenyan national had been the ringleader of the cell of al-Qaeda in East Africa responsible for the 2002 bombing of an Israeli-owned hotel in Mombasa, Kenya, and the simultaneous attempt to down an Israeli commercial airliner in addition to being implicated in the 1998 bombings of the U.S. embassies in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and Nairobi, Kenya. More recently, he had been bringing in foreign trainers and fighters to the terrorist training camps he was running in support of al-Shabaab and other Islamist extremists trying to take control of Somalia. As important as this victory was in the context of the fight against terrorism, however, it would be disingenuous to claim that it will significantly advance either security within Somalia or stability in the Horn of Africa subregion.

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A Time to Stand Fast on Mladic and War Crimes

Morton Abramowitz And Daniel Serwer
Fourteen years after the massacre of 8,000 Muslims at Srebrenica in Bosnia, the perpetrator of the largest atrocity in Europe since World War II, indicted war criminal Gen. Ratko Mladic, still roams free. Worse still, if the recent anniversary of the massacre -- which garnered little notice in European countries and the United States -- as well as recent diplomatic signals are any indication, Europe and the U.S. seem ready to effectively turn the page on his arrest.

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Photo via Women's RIghts

By Brian Merchant

New York, September 26, 2009 – The opening session on the second day of the Clinton Global Initiative focused on an under-examined issue in the green movement--women's rights and empowerment.

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North And South Korea: “We Want Reunification But They Don’t Let Us”

By Ivan Simic
We are more or less all aware of the current North-South Korea relations, Korea reunification and North Korea’s nuclear development program which daily fill the pages of the world newspapers. However, what is less known is why disputes between the two states started and who does not want them to succeed with the reunification.

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September 14, 2009 (AOI – TSXV) … Africa Oil Corporation (“Africa Oil” or the “Company”) is pleased to provide an update on its East African oil and gas operations. The Company has assembled a highly prospective portfolio of oil and gas exploration assets in Kenya (Blocks 9, 10A and 10BB), Ethiopia (Adigala, Ogaden 2/6 and 7/8) and Somalia (Dharoor and Nogal) as well as attracting an excellent group of joint venture partners.

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