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Issue 503/ 17th - 23rd Sept 2011

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Somaliland News

News Headlines

Fadumo Saeed Draws Attention To The Plight Of Homeless Children

Dr Ise Abdi Jama Urges Somaliland Physicians To Work Diligently, Warns Against Personal Attacks

Journalists Continue To Be Targeted In Somaliland

Local and Regional Affairs

Somaliland Appeals Court Confirms Fine For Newspaper Editor

Attackers Shoot Journalist In Somalia

Rwandan Artists Sing Their Big Hearts For Somalia

Air Raids Heard In Southern Somalia

Somalia Crisis Has Cost World $55 Billion Since 1991 - Report

Al-Shabaab Allows Turks To Deliver Relief

Three Terrorist Groups In Africa Pose Threat To U.S., American Commander Says


The Business Of Famine In South Somalia

Features & Commentary

Session: Africa’s Challenge: South Sudan And Beyond

Twenty Years Of Collapse And Counting: The Cost Of Failure In Somalia

Somalia: On the Road to Recovery or Déjà vu?

Travelers Should Beware Of Pirates

A Man-Made Disaster: How Militant Islamism, The War Against Terror And Famine Are Connected In Somalia

International News


Is There A Country Called “Somalia”? A Widespread Misconception

Etihad, This Amazing Airline Deserves Attention!

The Triumph Of Democracy And Good Governance In Somaliland

Current Status Of Forests And Woodlands In Somaliland: (Threats And Opportunities)


Huge Welcome For Ugas Abdirashid Ugas Roble

Borama, Somaliland, September 17, 2011 (SL Times) – The highest-ranked Samaroon traditional leader and overall Ugas of the Samaroon clan, Ugas Abdirashid Ugas Roble Ugas Dodi, received a huge welcome upon his arrival in Borama.
Not long after that, the esteemed Ugas began to have meetings with Awdal region's traditional leaders and various members of the community with the aim of thanking them for their warm welcome and to hear their concerns.
The traditional leaders congratulated Ugas Abdirashid Ugas Roble for returning to Borama. The Ugas also received invitations to visit several Somaliland communities including those in Gabiley and Hargeysa.










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