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By MGoth On Saturday, February 14th, 2015

Somaliland:Residents of Qolujeed Denounce the Renegade Sultan Wabar-Video

By Goth Mohamed Goth Residents of Qulundeed after three days of intense deliberation denounce the attack on innocent civilians and the ambush on Somaliland Army units by gunmen aligned to renegade Sultan Wabar near More...

By MGoth On Wednesday, February 11th, 2015

Somaliland:SL and Ethiopia to enhance existing Cooperation on Security and Border

“Safe guarding and securing the security of our two countries must be priority number one for both Nations. It must be enhanced and maintained at all times”, Bihi Yunis By Goth Mohamed Goth Somaliland and Ethiopia More...

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By MGoth On Tuesday, February 10th, 2015

Somaliland:SL Army Repulse Attack in Qolujeed

By Goth Mohamed Goth Somaliland armed forces earlier today managed repulse the ambush by gunmen aligned to renegade Sultan Wabar near the village of Qolujeed which is situated in the border between Somaliland and More...

By MGoth On Saturday, February 7th, 2015

Somaliland:Borama Mayor reiterates need of stepping up vigilance

By M.A. Egge The Borama Mayor Cllr. Suleiman Hassan Hadi has warned that the security and stability of the region would not be left at peril but that vigilance would be stepped up. “We shall never allow the stability More...

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By MGoth On Saturday, January 3rd, 2015

Somaliland:We welcome the President’s Sentiments, says Sultan Samatar

By M.A. Egge The traditional leaders from Awdal region have welcomed the words of the President which was expressed as a New Year’s Eve message to the members of the public. At the same time they said that they More...

By MGoth On Saturday, December 27th, 2014

Somaliland:Awdal demo youth released

By M.A. Egge The Borama youth who were recently remanded in Mandera prison on charges of breach of public peace were released yesterday by the state. The almost a dozen and a half young men were driven from the More...