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By SomalilandPress On Thursday, April 24th, 2014
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Ethiopia Asked To Provide Human Rights Groups…

he voice Somalis from Ogaden region of Ethiopia has finally been heard by the international community. The United States, the United Kingdom as well as the EU Parliament have in the recent past openly expressed More...

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By SomalilandPress On Monday, December 23rd, 2013
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South Sudan can still learn from Somaliland

South Sudan can still learn from Somaliland South Sudan can still learn from Somaliland, I stress STILL because prior to South Sudan gaining independence I cautioned against the haphazard manner in which South Sudan More...

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By MGoth On Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013
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Africa: South Sudan: Bashir, Kiir to Meet in Ethiopia This Week

Khartoum — Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir has agreed to meet with Salva Kiir, president of South Sudan, next Friday, 4 January in Addis Ababa, according to an announcement made by Khartoum. The meeting More...

More than 5,000 Somalilanders gather outside the British Parliament to request recognition (Photo: Wayne Moser)
By Qalinle Hussein On Tuesday, December 25th, 2012
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Somaliland: The Folly of Premature International Recognition

Quite often we hymn the praises of our young nation and glorify its achievements as a burning flame of hope in an area of the world long bereft of light. The state of Somaliland is located on the poorest continent More...

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By SomalilandPress On Thursday, November 8th, 2012
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Africa: South Sudan is booming..!

The Newest Nation now is Able to Receive the Best Offers from all Wooers and to Avoid Exploitation! Some weeks ago, a group of South Sudanese officials and businessmen paid a visit to Istanbul-Turkey to launch business More...

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By SomalilandPress On Saturday, October 13th, 2012
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Why South Sudan and not Somaliland?

South Sudan gained independence last year, while Somaliland has for decades struggled for independent statehood without success. NAI researcher Redie Bereketeab examines the underlying reasons for this situation. − More...

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By SomalilandPress On Wednesday, September 26th, 2012
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Somaliland and South Sudan – The Inseparable Friends

Friends indeed are friends in need: this is famous proverb in many languages, which explains that the real friends are those share the pain at the hard times under similar circumstance. Somaliland and South Sudan More...

Sudanese workers inspect burnt out oil pipes at the oil-rich border town of Heglig, Sudan (Photo: Abd Raouf/AP).
By Hassan Ali On Saturday, August 4th, 2012
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Sudan, South Sudan strike oil deal in Ethiopia

Sudanese workers inspect burnt out oil pipes at the oil-rich border town of Heglig, Sudan (Photo: Abd Raouf/AP). ADDIS ABABA — Sudan and South Sudan have hammered out a deal on how to share their oil wealth, More...

Sudanese workers inspect burnt out oil pipes at the oil-rich border town of Heglig, Sudan (Photo: Abd Raouf/AP).
By Qalinle Hussein On Saturday, June 9th, 2012
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South Sudan Says It Will Build Oil Pipelines Worth $4 Billion

Sudanese workers inspect burnt out oil pipes at the oil-rich border town of Heglig, Sudan (Photo: Abd Raouf/AP). JUBA — South Sudan is planning to spend as much as $4 billion to build pipelines to ship its More...

Range Resources its partner Red Emperor Resources (RMP) begin drilling in the Dharoor Valley basin in Somalia's Puntland region, 16 January 2012
By Sahra Farah On Wednesday, May 30th, 2012
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Risk and reward: The world’s most dangerous business locations

Photo: Range Resources its partner Red Emperor Resources (RMP) begin drilling in the Dharoor Valley basin in Somalia’s Puntland region, 16 January 2012. NAIROBI — Convenience is not a priority when it More...

Both Sudan and the South are reliant on their oil revenues, which account for 98% of South Sudan's budget.
By Hassan Ali On Wednesday, May 16th, 2012
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SUDAN: Oil-rich South faces starvations

JUBA — More than half the population of South Sudan are facing food shortages due to the continuing conflict with Sudan, the UN is warning. It says fighting on the border between the two countries and the More...

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By Qalinle Hussein On Tuesday, April 24th, 2012
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Sudan and South move closer to war

BENTIU — All-out war between Sudan and South Sudan is closer after planes bombed a large town in the South, destroying a street market, killing a boy and injuring 10 people. The President of Sudan, Omar al-Bashir, More...

By SomalilandPress On Monday, February 13th, 2012
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PetroTrans negotiates to extend Somaliland port

HARGEISA — PetroTrans, a Chinese oil and gas producer could conclude preliminary negotiations with Somaliland for the extension of the key port of Berbera by the end of this year, but has scrapped plans to More...

By Qalinle Hussein On Tuesday, February 7th, 2012
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Ethiopia, South Sudan, Djibouti Talk Infrastructure, Integration

ADDIS ABABA — Ethiopian Finance Minister Sufian Ahmed inked a Memorandum of Understanding last week with his Djibouti counterpart Elias Dawaleh Mussa and South Sudan’s Minister of Petroleum and Mines, More...

By Qalinle Hussein On Friday, January 13th, 2012
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Somaliland’s Place in the World

Chatham House Document In July 2011, Chatham House held a small roundtable meeting with Somaliland politicians, civil society, diaspora and thinkers along with experts and observers from key international partners. More...

By Hassan Ali On Sunday, January 8th, 2012
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South Sudan’s cattle war displaces thousands

JUBA — Aid groups are mounting a “major emergency operation” in rural South Sudan after tribe-on-tribe violence sent tens of thousands fleeing and killed an unknown number of people, the United More...

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By SomalilandPress On Monday, September 19th, 2011
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Western Intervention in Libya’s Civil War May Provide Hope for Somaliland

Western intervention in Libya’s revolution may offer hope to proponents of Somaliland’s recognition. Generally, Western states show extraordinary deference to the African Union in matters of African politics. More...

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By SomalilandPress On Wednesday, July 13th, 2011
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Somalia Is Not a State

Most think of Somalia as a single entity, but it needs to be conceptualized in terms of three distinct regions: Somaliland, Puntland and southern Somalia. The first two are functioning states in northern Somalia, More...

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By SomalilandPress On Tuesday, July 12th, 2011
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South Sudan Defies Africa´s Colonial Borders—Somaliland Accepts Them

While South Sudan redraws Africa´s colonial borders and eagerly creates new ones, Somaliland keeps its original boundaries intact and simply reverts to them. Yet these two countries are not equal. That is, they More...

By SomalilandPress On Sunday, July 10th, 2011
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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH SUDAN AND ITS PEOPLE ON DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE

Somaliland Societies in Europe (SSE) and its member organisations in Europe congratulate the government of South Sudan and its people on their achievement of independence to become the 193rd state in the world. More...