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In these news updates, I post all kinds of headlines and titles published on the Horn of Africa and on the Somali diaspora. Although Somaliland is politically distinct from neighboring countries, nevertheless there are many issues the entire Somali region as a whole shares due to ecology, culture and history. For example, Somaliland shares with Somalia and other neighbouring countries many challenges and issues, including recurring droughts, famine, militant terrorism, internally displaced refugees, climate change, charcoal use and its export which is now banned by the UN, human trafficking 'tahriib', illegal fishing, waste dumping and piracy, remittances 'hawallas', FGM and many others. After the initial posting, some of these links are available in the News archives.


- (Oct 25)Jailed Somaliland journalist 'moved' to notorious prison
- (Oct 8) Somaliland: court gives journalist Dirir one year and a half jail sentence
- (Sep 25)Somaliland police arrests journalist for 2nd time in a year (alleastafrica)
- Somaliland and media freedom: It's time to Respect the freedom of Expression

    Current News Links- Updated Dec 11

  1. Challenges Ahead of Somaliland's New President
  2. Soundcloud: Somaliland Elections Panel - Part 1 (Rift Valley Institute)
  3. The Passing of a Legend; Shamis Abokar Ismail (Guduudo Arwo)
  4. Somaliland: Silanyo Decried Assuming Rayale Administration Debt, should Muse Behi Accept?
  5. Somaliland: Poverty, Tribalism and Corruption main Challenges for President Muse Behi
  6. Car bomb kills journalist in Somalia capital, says witness (ABC News)
  7. Somalia's free ambulance service gets $32,000 from online fundraiser (africanews)
  8. What Do Quintessential Somali Politicians And Violent Extremist Groups Have In common?
  9. Somalia, UN seek to vaccinate over 700,000 children against polio (Xinhua)
  10. What rights are children in Somalia entitled to? A new drama explains (UNICEF)
  11. U.S. carries out 3 drone strikes against extremists in Somalia
  12. Somalia: the literature of a nation in ruins
  13. Somalia: Puntland warns NGOs against filling false rape cases
  14. Somalia holds health conference on public health sector development (WHO)
  15. US to Help Resolve Oromia-Somali Border Tensions
  16. Morocco's safe space for girls to learn
  17. How to fight female genital mutilation with economics
  18. Africa with open borders: A possibility or a pipe dream?
  19. International Anti-Corruption Day. Eight things you can do to stand and fight against corruption
  20. Somaliland:President Silanyo inaugurated the country's first national Library
  21. The man who buried Somaliland's dead (aljazeera)

That freedom shall not perish....

Please contact CPJ, Reporters without Borders, IFEX, Article 19, Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International if you know a journalist in jail or injured. To benefit an informed public, in an information age, in an open economy and in a democracy, citizens should fight for both, the press freedom and responsible press. In Somaliland, read more: Somaliland and media freedom: It's time to Respect the freedom of Expression and Freedom of press in Somaliland and Hubaal and Haatuf's forced closures

An Aggressive Free Press is the Only Check on Abuse of Power. Fight for Your Right to Know. Free Media Cannot be Silenced. Democracy Dies in Darkness.


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As a member of Dailykos progressive website, the following include some published Op-ed articles there on U.S. and Somaliland progressive issues:
1.Somaliland and media freedom: It's time to Respect the freedom of Expression
2. What to Do to Mitigate Looming Climate Change: 10 Specific Policies
3. How to Make the Corporations and the Wealthy Pay More Taxes
4. Voter Suppression: The Republican War on Voting Rights
5. How Senseless, Triumphalist Militarism Is Destroying America.
6. Ex-Muslims' Islamophobia: Few comments on the case of Ayaan Hersi Ali


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