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Issue 487 -- 28th May- 03rd June 2011

Front Page

Somaliland News

News Headlines

Milton Keynes Shootings: Tests Confirm Fatal Wounds

Iran Ready To Help Resolve Somali Crisis

Local and Regional Affairs

Unrecognized Somaliland Celebrates 20 Years Of Self-Rule

Money Man Serves The Somali Diaspora

Coca-Cola Boosts Somaliland Economy

Second Teenager Dies Following Double Shooting In Milton Keynes

Uganda Warns Of Al Shabaab Attacks In Coming Days

Explore Ways To Move Forward, Somalia Urged

Somali Police Arrest Foreigners With Cash 'For Pirates'

Editorial

Somaliland Government’s Security Approach Not Working

Features & Commentary

Millions In Cash Payments Missing In Somalia

Bonhams To Sell Work By US President's Friend Who Survived Attacks By Leopards & Elephants

Marriage Over The Phone Thrives Among Somali Community

Global Peace Dividend Could Reach $8 Trillion A Year, Study Says

Flying For Kosovo, A Case For Self-Identity

International News

Opinion

Open Letter To The President Of Somaliland‏

Somaliland's Recognition: The Undiscovered Secret

18 May, The Good Decision Day

Somaliland Delegation Meets With The Security Council

Nairobi, Kenya, May 28, 2011 (SL Times) Ė A delegation from Somaliland met with the Security Council in Nairobi. The Somaliland delegation was led by the Foreign Minister, Dr Muhammad Abdillahi Omar, and included the Minister of Water and Mineral Resources, Hussein Abdi Duale, the Minister of Defense Ahmed Haji Ali, and the Minister of Labor and Community Affairs, Ilhan Muhammad Jama. The Somaliland delegation handed the Security Council a letter in which it requested the Security Council to acknowledge Somalilandís self determination and independence.
There has been conflicting reports though about the format of Somaliland delegationís meeting with the Security Council, with some reports saying that Somaliland attended a meeting that included the Transitional Federal Government (TFG), Puntland and Galmudug administrations; while other reports contend that Somaliland had its own separate meeting with the Security Council. The format of the meeting is important to Somalilanders because they do not want to be seen as just one of the regional governments of Somalia but want to be dealt with as an independent country.



 



 




 


 



 



 

 


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