Wararka Somalida

XOG: Cabsi Xoogan oo Muqdisho ka jirta...






Jul 21, 2018 -
Warar hoose ayaa sheegaya in Ururka Al Shabaab ay Magaalada Muqdisho soo galiyeen ciidamo amniyaad ah, kuwaasi oo gaysanaya dilalka qorsheysan iyo beegsiga xubnaha dowladda ka tirsan.
Sarkaal ka tirsan Hay’adda Nabad sugida oo diiday in aan magaciisa sheegno ayaa inoo sheegay inay ka war heleen Al shabaab oo doonaya inay kordhiyaan Weerarada ay ka geystaan magaalada Muqdisho, waxaana ujeedkooda uu yahay inay ka jawaabaan daba galka ciidamada dowlada ay ku hayaan Al shabaab oo kordhay.
Sarkaalkan ayaa sheegay inay heleen macluumaad ku saabsan in Shabaab ay Muqdisho soo galiyeen dhalinyaro loo soo tababaray dilalka qorsheysan.
Amniyaadka Shabaab ayaa la sheegay in Magaalada Muqdisho loo soo galiyay inay sii qalqalgeliyaan ammaanka caasimadda oo muddooyinkaan dambe ah weeraro dilal iyo qaraxyo ay ka dhaceen.
Dowladda Somaliya oo kaashanaysa dowladda Mareykanka ayaa duqeymo dhanka cirka ah waxa ay ka fuliyeen deegaano ka tirsan Shabellaha hoose oo Shabaab lagu beegsaday, sidoo kale Gudaha magaalada Muqdisho waxaa jira weeraro dhowr ah oo Ciidamada Dowlada ay ka hortageen.
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DEG DEG: Sarkaal ka tirsan Booliska...






Jul 21, 2018 -
Wararka naga soo gaaraya Xaafadda Galmudug gaar ahaan wadada Aada dhanka Ex-kontarool Muqdisho ayaa waxa ay sheegayaan in halkaasi Qarax lagu beegsaday Sarkaal ka tirsan ciidamada Booliska Sooamaaliyeed.
Sarkaalka ayaa la sheegay in uu watay gaari Surf ah, waxaana Qaraxa uu ahaa Miinadda dhulka lagu Aaso.
Goobjoogayaal ku sugan goobta uu falku ka dhacay ayaa xaqiijiyay in hal qof uu geeriyooday ,halka Askari la socday Sarkaalka uu sooo gaaray dhaawac Fudud.
Wararka waxa ay sheegayaan in Qaraxa uu dhacay Markii gaariga uu watay sarkaalka qeybtiisa hore ay dhaaftay goobta lagu Aasay Miinadda.
Ruuxa dhintay ayaa lagu sheegay in aheyd haweenay Wadada Mareysay.
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XOG: Feysal Cali Waraabe oo sifo aan...






Jul 21, 2018 -
Guddoomiyaha Xisbiga Mucaaradka ee UCID, Eng Feysal Cali Waraabe, ayaa sheegay in la kulankiisa Madaxweynaha Somalia Maxamed Cabdullahi Farmaajo uu ahaa mid aan sidaa loosii qorsheyn.
Feysal Cali Waraabe, waxa uu sheegay inuu ahaa wanaag side isla markaana uu culeyska saaray sida Somalia iyo Somaliland ugu wada noolaan lahaayen xasilooni.
Waxa uu Feysal Cali Waraabe, tilmaamay in la kulankiisa Farmaajo ay dadka qaar u adeegsadeen dano kale, balse waxa uu meesha ka saaray inay jireen ujeedooyin u kale.
“Xaq baan u leeyahay la kulanka Farmaajo ma jirin wax ka baxsan arrimaha labada dhan oo aan kala hadlay waan la socdaa in dadka qaar ay si xun u dhigayaan kulanka”
“Waxaan dhihi karaa dadka sida xun uga faa’iideysanaa kulanka waxa ay xaasid ku yihiin shaqsiyada anigu wixii wanaagsan waan garankaraa dadaalkeyguna wuu socon doonaa”
Sidoo kale, Feysal Cali Waraabe, waxa uu carab dhabay in Farmaajo uusan aheyn sida uu ka aaminsanaa waxa uuna cadeeyay inuu leeyahay shaqsiyad wanaagsan.
Dhinaca kale, Feysal Cali Waraabe ayaa madaxda maamulka ugu baaqay inay halkaasi kasii wadan wadahadalka maadaama uu cadyahay mowqifka Farmaajo.
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SAWIRO: Qarax kale Shabaab ku qaarajin...





Jul 21, 2018 -
Ciidanka Nabad-sugida Jubbaland ayaa Maanta waxa ay shaaciyeen in ay kahor-tageen qarax Miino oo loogu xiray Sarkaal ka tirsana Ciidamadooda gaari uu watey.
Nabadsugida Jubbaland ayaa soo bandhigtay Gaariga iyo Sarkaalkii watay iyo Miino nooca dhajiska loo yaqaano oo gaariga laga soo furay,in kastoo aysan soo bandhigin dad loo soo qabtay falkaas.
Saraakiil ka tirsan Hay’adda Nabadsugida jubbland ayaa waxa ay sheegeen in Miinadaas Gaariga loogu xirey mid ka mid ah saraakiisha Nabadsugida qeybta ka hortagta qaraxyada,isla markaana la doonayay in lagu waxyeeleeyo.
Jubaland ayaa horey waxa ay usoo bandhigtay qaraxyo iyo rag watay,kuwaas oo ay sheegeen in ay maxkamada la tiigsan doonaan.
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Xog Dhageyso: Yaa loo qabtay Qaraxa ka...






Jul 21, 2018 -
Wararka laga helayo magaalada Muqdisho ayaa sheegay in qarax gaarigiisa loogu xiray uu ku dhintay mas’uul ka tirsanaa shaqaalaha Wasaarada Diinta iyo Awqaafta xukuumadda Soomaaliya.
Mas’uulkan oo lagu magacaabo Fu’aad Jaamac Salaad (Fu’aad Geelle) ayuu Qaraxan oo haleelay Gaarigiisa xili saaka uu marayey agagaarka Taallada Dajirka Dahsoon, degmada Boondheere ee magaalada Muqdisho, isagoo Gaariga ku waday dad ah ehel yihiin oo u dhoofi lahaa magaalada Hargeysa.
Maamulka Degmada Boondheere ayaa shaaciyay in dhowr qof loo xiray qaraxa lagu khaarijiyey mas’uulka ka tirsan Wasaaradda Diinta iyo Awqaafta, iyadoo uu ku jiro nin ilaalo ka ahaa Garaashka Gaariga qarxay lagu xareyan jiray.
Dhinaca kale Wasaaradda Awqaafta iyo Arrimaha Diinta Xukuumadda Soomaaliya ayaa cambaareysay falka lagu dilay Fu’aad Geelle, waxayna tacsi u dirtay dadkii uu ka baxay iyadoo dalbatay in cadaallada la hor keeno dadkii ka danbeeyay falkaasi.
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15 amar oo kasoo baxay gobolka banaadir...






Jul 21, 2018 -
Gobolka Banaadir waxaa uu mar walbo soo rogaa amarro, laakin intooda badan waxaa adag in ay fulaan sababo la xiriira maamul xumo iyo istiratiijiyad la’aan, amarkii lo’da looga mamnuucay jidadka Xamar oo dhaqan-geli waayey ayaa ugu dambeeyay!
Amarradan oo intooda badan ku saabsan qaabka nolosha dadka reer Muqdisho, waxaa la iska soo saaraa iyada oo aan la gelin wadatashi, lagu sameyn wax daraasad ah, taasi ayaana keentay inay guul-dareystaan, oo weliba loo arko wax lagu qoslo!!
Haddaba, Akhriso, Sooyaalka Amarro Ay Soo Rogeen Gobolka Banaadir Oo Guul-dareystay.
December 4, 2013: Gobolka Banaadir ayaa amray in la dhiso guryaha burbursan“Muddo sadax bil ayay haystaan dadka iska leh guryaha ku yaalla laga bilaabo saldhiga degmada Xamar Weyne ilaa Hotelkii Curuba, iyo dhanka bankiga dhexe ee dalka, marka waxaan leeyahay hala dhisto dhismayaasha bur bursan” sidaa waxaa yiri xogheyaha guud ee gobolka Banaadir, 5 sano kadib guryihii waa sidoodii!
October 16, 2015: Gudoomiyaha Maamulka Gobolka Banaadir & Duqa Magaalada Muqdisho, Xasan Muungaab ayaa amray in la bixiyo canshuurta gurayaha, isaga oo ku hanjabay in ciddii diida talaabo laga qaadi-doono, November isla sanadkaas Yuusuf Xuseen Jimcaale (Boorsaani) oo jagadaas isna kolkaas hayey ayaa wuxuu muujiyay inaanan waxba laga bedelin lacagihii canshuuraha, ee Maamulkii Muungaab uu ku soo rogay guryaha ku yaala Magaalada Muqdisho, Lacagta waxaa ay aheyd $100, ilaa hadda waxba lagama qaban!
January 12, 2016: Maamulka Gobolka Banaadir oo soo Saaray Amaro lagu Mamnuucayo Kawaanadda Xoolaha Lagu qalo ee Ku Yaala Gobolka banaadir. AFhayeenka Gobolka banaadir ayaa Sheegay In Kaliya La isticmaali Karo Laba Kawaan Kaliya Kuwaas oo Kala ah Kawaan Bari ee Degmada Cabdicasiis iyo kawaanka Nasiib Degmada WadaJir ee Gobolka Banaadir, arrintaas looma hoggaansamin!
January 17, 2016: Guddoomiya gobolka oo ka hadlayey barnaamijka “Aada dugsiyada” ayaa waxaa uu amar ku bixiyay in ciddii lagu arka iyada oo u dhegsanyahay boor aan afka hooyo ku qorneyn laga qaadi doono tallaabo sharciga waafaqsan, arrintaas waxaa ay noqotay mid aan fulin, oo lagu sheekeysto!
April 7, 2016: Yuusuf Xuseen Jimcaale, goddoomiyihii hore ee gobolka Banaadir ayaa sheegay in magaalada aanu dhex mari Karin gaari aan taarko laheyn, waxaa April 19, 2018 ku celiyay Guddoomiye Yarisow oo kula hadlayey booliiska Iskuulka tababarka ee Jeneral Kaahiye, isaga oo amar ku bixiyay in magaalada laga mamnuucay gaadiidka summad la’aan ah ama aan taarko wadan, amarkaas waxba lagama soo qaadin!!
April 15, 2016: Waxaa la go’aamiyay in magaca gobolka laga dhigo Benaadir, Gudoomiyaha G/Banaadir ahna Duqa Muqdisho Thabit Abdi oo maalin kadib hadlayey aya sheegay inuusan magac badalin balse uu ku celiyey sidi hore ee loo isticmaalo jiray xiligii hore, ma jirto cid u hoggaansantay!
October 3, 2016: Maamulka Gobolka Banaadir Iyo Wasarada Gaadiidka Oo Amray In Gawaarida Ceymis Lagaliyo, amar kale oo November 30, isla sanadkaas soo baxay ayaa lagu joojiyay!March 14, 2017: Shirkadaha biyaha iyo korontada waxaa la amray in aaney lacag ka qaadi Karin xeryaha barakacayaasha, arrintaas lama dhageysan!
May 9, 2017: Gobolka Banaadir ayaa soo saaray amar lagu wargalinya wadayaasha gaadidka Muqdisho, kaasi oo ah in aan wadada, Laga Bilaabo KM0-KM4 lagu dhaqi karin Gawaarida, si la mid ahna aan la dhigi karin Gaadiidka, taasi dheg jalaq loola siin!
July 7, 2017: Gobolka Banaadir ayaa amray in lacag la’aan lagu geli-doono beerta nabadda, go’aan oo milkiilayaasha ku diideen, waa uu ka laabtay!
August 30, 2017: Maamulka gobolka Banaadir ayaa sheegay in lacag ay ku ganaaxi doonaan qof walbo oo gurigeeda ama xarunteeda ganacsi lagu hor arko qashin wixii ka bilawda 1-da September 2017, ilaa hadda qashinka waa sidiisii!
October 30, 2017: Maamulka Gobolka Banaadir ayaa soo saaray Wareegto uu ku mamnuucayo in Booyadaha aysan magaalada gudaheeda ku socon karin 7-da subaxnimo ilaa iyo Sideeda Fiidnimo iyo in Gaadiid xamuulka qaada aysan rari karin tan ka badan culeyska gaariga, maadaama rarka xad dhaafka uu dhibaato ku yahay Shacabka iyo gaadiidka jidadka la wadaagaya, ganaaxa waxaa laga dhigay Toban Milyan oo Shilin Soomaali ah (10,000,000), laga fulin!
June 14, 2018: Duqa Muqdisho Ahna Guddoomiyaha Gobolka Banaadir Mudane Cabdiraxmaan Cumar Cismaan (Eng. Yarisow) ayaa amray in la banneeyo goobaha danta guud oo ay ku jiraan darjiinooyinka, isaga oo July 3, baabi’iyay dhammaan heshiisyadii ay la galeen maamulladii isaga ka horeeyay, waa jug jug meeshaada joog!
June 19, 2018: Maamulka Gobolka Banaadir Ayaa soo saaray ammar ku aaddan in la burburiyo dhismooyinka sida sharci darrada ah looga dhistay dhulalka hantida guud ee ku yaalla gobolka Banaadir!
July 3, 2018: Duqa Muqdisho ayaa amar uu soo saaray 03-da July 2018 ku faray dadka xoolahooda magaalada ku soo dhex daaya, gaar ahaan lo’da inay xafidtaan xoolahooda, isaga oo siiyay 2 todobaad, lo’da weli waa buuxdaa jidadka!
Dadka Muqdisho, ma fuliyaan ammarada gobolka Banaadir, waxaana muuqato kalsooni-darro iyo wada shaqeyn la’aan labada dhinac ah, taasi si looga gudbo, waa in gobolka Banaadir la yimaado Istiraatiijiyad maamulka lagu daadejinayo, oo la dhisayo gole deegaan, arrintaas oo wax weyn ka tari-doonta fulinta amarada gobolka iyo inay bulshada helaan adeeggii ay u baahnaayeen.
Xigasho Idaacada Goobjoog
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Mareykanka oo Malaayiin Dollar dul...






Jul 21, 2018 -
Dowladda Mareykanka ayaa $3Milyan oo doollar dul dhigtay Madaxa Axmed Iman Cali, oo ka tirsan Al-Shabaab gaar ahaan qeybta dalka Kenya.
Axmed waxa uu Mareykanka ku sheegay in uu yahay hoggaamiyaha garabka Al-Hijra ee Al-Shabaab kana dagaallama dalka Kenya iyo xuduuda Somaliya.
Sirdoonka dalka Mareykanka ayaa horay u beeniyay in Axmed uu ka goostay Al-Hijra una baxsaday dhinaca Soomaaliya, balse waxa ay xaqiijiyeen wali inuu ka tirsan yahay.
Warbaahinta Dalka Kenya ayaa baahiyay warka ah in uu Axmed ka goostay Al-Shabaab, waxaana sirdoonka Mareykanka ay sheegayaan in uu wali yahay hoggaamiyaha Al-Hijra.
Ciidamada u dagaallama Al Hijra inta ugu badan waa Kenyaan sida uu sheegay Mareykanka, waxaana ku jira Ajaanib kale oo dalalka Afrika ka tirsan, kuwaasi oo qayb ka ah dagaalka.
Mareykanka ayaa garabkan Al- Hijra ku daray liiska Ururrada argagixisada ee Caalamiga ah, waxaana ay hoggaankooda sheegeen in qofkii soo sheega la siinayo $3Milyan oo doollarka Mareykanka ah.
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XOG: Emailo badan oo la jabsaday iyo...






Jul 21, 2018 -
Waxaa soo baxaaya cabashooyinka laga muujinaayo jabsashada Emailada qaar kamid ah shaqaalaha dowlada Somalia.
Kiiska jabsashada Emailada shaqaalaha ayaa kor u dhaafaya Todobaatan tan iyo wixii ka danbeeyay Bishii June ee aan soo dhaafnay.
Qaar kamid ah shaqaalaha laga jabsaday Emailada oo xiriir nala sameeyay ayaa sheegay in lagala baxay Dukumiintiyo sir u ahaa, Sawirro iyo macluumadyo kale oo ay ka gaabsadeen.
Dadka laga jabsaday Emailada ayaa waxaa kamid ah Shaqaale Wasaaradeed, Shaqaale ka howlgala Xarunta Villa Somalia iyo Saraakiil ka tirsan Hay’adaha amaanka Dowlada oo intuba lagala baxay macluumaad sir u ahaa.
Shaqaalaha Wasaaradaha ee Emailadooda lagala baxay macluumaadka ayaa waxaa sidoo kale ku jira Guddoomiye waaxeedyo dhowr ah, sida ilaa iyo hadda aan xogta ku helnay.
Sidoo kale, Jabsashada ugu badan ayaa waxaa lagu eedeeya shaqsiyaad doonaya inay madax furasho, kuwaasi oo shaqaalaha ka dhex xusha kuwooda ugu dhaqaalaha badan, iyadoo haddii ay waayan ku goodiya inay faafinayaan macluumaadka ay ka hayaan.
Si kastaba ha ahaatee, talaabada ceynkaani ah ayaa shaki ka dhex abuureysa shaqaalaha Dowlada, waxa ayna meesha ka saareysaa in macluumaad lagu keydsado Emailada.
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Hadalkii Issa Al Suwaidi oo Cadeeyey...






Jul 21, 2018 -
Booskii Itoobiya ee qalalaasaha iyo diblomaasiyadda gurracan ee Soomaaliya waxaa dhowaanahan galay Imaaraadka kuwaas oo bilaabay in ay si dadban iyo si toos ahba isugu dayaan in ay u majaxaabiyaan dowladnimada Soomaaliya.
Taas, waxaa ka dhashay xasarado badan oo dalka ka dhacay, eedeedana dusha loo saaray ama ay ku caddaatay Imaaraadka.
Maalinba maalinta kad dambeeysa waxaa sii xumaanayey ciilaaqaadka dowladda hadda jirta iyo Imaaraadka ilaa iyo gaadho heer lacag 10m oo dollar ku dhaw looga qabtay madaarka Aadan Cadde maalin ka hor subxii loo ballansanaa in codka kalsoonida loo qaado gudoomiyihii golaha shacabka Maxamed Shiekh Cusmaan Jawaari.
Waxa ay si toos ah cilaaqaad ula sameysaa Somaliland iyada oo ka sameysatay saldhig ciidan, dekedda Berbera kala wareegtay muddo 30 sano ah kana siisay Itoobiya saami dhan 19%.
Waxaa is xigay talloobooyin ceel dheer marba ku sii ridayey diblomaasiyadda Soomaaliya iyo Imaaraadka waxa ayna ka bexeen xarumihii ay ku tababari jireen ciidamada dowladda qaar ka mida sida xarunta General Gordon, Puntland iyo Cisbilaakii weynaa ee ay ku lahaayeen Muqdisho.
Yeelkeede, safiirka Imaaraadka u fadhiya Soomaaliya Mr. Mohamed Ahmed Osman oo ay wasaaradda arimaha dibedda u yeertay 26kii Maarso 2018 ayaa sheegay in ay ilaalinayaan madax banaanida iyo nabad galyada Soomaaliya.
Taas oo ay jirto, hadana wali Imaaraadku ma joojin farogalintii iyo ku xad gudubkii xasiloonida, siyaasadda iyo midnimada Soomaaliya.
Iyada oo ay taasi jirto, ayuu dhawaank shirkii Brussels Soomaalida loogu qabtay safiirka Imaaraadka u fadhiya Belgium-ka, dalalka Scandinavian-ka iyo midowga Yurub Mohammed Issa Al Suwaidi ku celiyey in ay dhawrayaan xasilloonida iyo mdinimada Soomaaliya!
Waxaa yaab leh in Imaaraadka ayaga oo ballan-qaadaya ilaalinta madax banaanida Soomaaliya, haddana ay si toos ah ula macaamilayaan maamullo sheegay inay yihiin dalal ka madax banaan Soomaaliya, sida Somaliland. Hadaba, soo lama oran karo dimlomaasiyadda Imaaraadka ee Soomaaliya waa mid ku dhisan laba wajiilenimo iyo been cad?
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Booliska Garowe oo cabanaya, dhaliilna...





Taliye Faarax Galan-gooli
Booliska gobolka Nugaal ayaa ka hadlay carqabado dhowr ah oo ka heysta wax ka qabashada amniga caasimada Puntland ee Garowe.
Taliyaha Booliska qaybta gobolka Nugaal Faarax Warsame Galan-gooli oo warbaahinta shalay ku hadlay magaalada Garowe ayaa sheegay in ciidamada Booliska ay haystaan carqabado badan oo ay kamid yihiin duruufo dhaqaale, gaadiid iyo shidaal.
Sidoo kale Taliyaha qaybta gobolka Nugaal ayaa sheegay in amni xumada magaalada Garowe ay qeyb ka yihiin ciidamo beeleedada la soo u ruuriyay ee jooga magaalada.
Dhanka kale Taliye Galan-goole ayaa dhaliil u jeediyay culumada magaalada Garowe, wuxuuna sheegay  in dad Booliska weeraray oo dhaawac u geystay markii cumumada loo gubiyay kiiskoodii dambigii ay saaray askartii waxka qabatay.
Bilihii u dambeeyay waxaa shacabka Garowe uu ka cabanayay dhalinyaro hubeysan oo dhac geysta habeen iyo maalinba, kuwaas oo mararka qaar shacabka u geysta dhibaatooyin ay kamid yihiin dhaawacyo.Hoos ka daawo Taliyaha oo arimahaas ka hadlaya
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Warbixin: R/W Abiy Ahmed oo damacsan...





Addis Ababa (Caasimada Online) – War goordhow aan helnay ayaa sheegaya in Ra’isul wasaaraha Ethiopia Abiy Axmed uu qorsheynaayo in safar maalmo qaadan doona uu ku tago magaalada Jigjiga ee dhulka Soomaalida Ethiopia.Ra’isul wasaare Abiy Axmed ayaa la xaqiijiyay in safarkiisa uu yahay mid salka ku haya macluumaad uruurin ku aadan dhanka shaqada maamulka.Abiy Axmed, ayaa u kuurgali doona howlaha uu qabto maamulka Soomaalida Ethiopia, waxaana xusid mudan inuu aad u dhaliilsan yahay shaqada maamulka.Illo wareedyo ka tirsan maamulka Soomaalida ayaa inoo xaqiijiyay in Abiy Axmed uu wado qorsho isbedel loogu sameynaayo maamulka hadda jira ee uu hogaamiyo Madaxweyne Cabdi Maxamuud Cumar (Cabdi Iley).Illo wareedka ayaa intaa kusii daraya in Abiy Axmed uu doonayo in kursiga uu ka laalo Madaxweynaha Dowlad Deegaanka Ethiopia Cabdi Maxamuud Cumar si uu u helo kalsoonida ONLF.Cabdi Maxamuud Cumar oo dareen ka qaba booqashada Ra’isul wasaare Abiy Axmed ayaa dhawaan cafis ka dalbaday shacabka Soomaalida Ethiopia, isagoo xaqiijiyay inay jiraan tabashooyin badan oo aan waxba laga qaban.Dadka Soomaalida ee ku nool magaalada Jigjiga ayaa qudhooda qaba dareen ku aadan in xil ka qaadis lagu sameynaayo Cabdi Maxamuud Cumar oo aan iminka ku taagneyn caga wanaagsan.Sidoo kale, waxaa jira hadal heyn ku aadan in Ra’isul wasaare Abiy Axmed uu doonaayo in kursiga uu hadda ku fadhiyo Cabdi Maxamuud Cumar ku bedelo xubin ka tirsan ONLF, si dowlada Ethiopia ay jawi dagan shidaalka uga soo saarto dhulka Soomaalida oo la ciirciiraya shidaal.Si kastaba ha ahaatee, Abiy Axmed ayaa dhowr jeer Madaxweyne Cabdi Maxamuud Cumar ku dhaliilay hakin la’aanta dagaalka Soomaalida kala dhexeeya Qowmiyada Oromada, waxaana la ogeyn sida uu xaalku noqon doono.Caasimada OnlineXafiiska Addis AbabaCaasimada@live.com





War cusub oo kasoo baxay Arrimaha Xajka...





Muqdisho (Caasimadda Online) – War cusub oo ku saabsan arrinta xajka ayaa soo baxay taasoo farxad gelin doonto dhammaan dadkii sanadkaan rabay inay xajiyeen kuwaas oo ku jiray xaalad hubanti la’aan ah.Waxaa gababao ku dhow Dagaalkii ka dhashay xajka sanadkan kadib markii dowladda Somalia iyo Ganacsade ahna xildhibaan Siciid Nuur Giriish ay isku qabteen leynka xajka, taasoo keentay hubanti la’aan ku saabsan xajkii Soomaalida ee sanadkan inuu baaqdo.Dowladda Soomaaliya oo wafdi u dirtay Sacuudiga ayaa wadahadal la yeeshay mas’uuliyiinta Wasaaradda Xajka Sacuudiga, waxaana la sheegay inay isla meel dhigeen qorshihii xukuumadda ee ahaa inay iyadu maamusho xajka oo ay kala wareegtay shirkadii Jubba Airways oo uu lahaa Ganacsade Siciid Nuur Giriish.Dowladda Sacuudiga ayaa dalbatay in qoraal rasmi ah uu soo diro Ra’iisal wasaaraha, iyadoo la soo xiriiray Xasan Cali Kheyre, waxayna u caddeeyeen inay ku wareereen qoraallada faraha badan ee uga yimid wasaradda Diinta iyo Awqaafta Soomaaliya.Waxaa rajo beel ku dhacday Shirkadaha Diyaaradaha ee Freedom Airline, Ocean Airlines iyo East Africa kuwaas oo rabay inay ka qeyb qaataan daabulka Xujeyda sanadkan, kadib markii ay u suurageli weyday inay buuxiyeen dhammaan shuruudihii laga rabay diyaaradaha xujeyda geeya Sacuudiga.Jubba Airways ayaa qaaday Baasabooradii xujeyda si ay fiisooyin loogu soo saaro, waxaana lagu wadaa inay dhowaan shirkadda Daallo ay iyaduna qaado Baasaboorada, waxayna sanadkan u muuqataa inay labadaasi shirkadood ku ekaan doonto qaadista xujeyda.Dowladda Soomaaliya ayaa sanadka dambe rajo ka qabta inay gebi ahaan la wareegto arrimaha xajka, waxaan dagaalkii xajka ee dowladda iyo xildhibaan Siciid Nuur Giriish sanadkan ku dhammaadaya iyadoo ay guushu raacday Ganacsadaha, balse uu noqon doono sanadkii ugu danbeeyay ee macaashka uu ka heli jiray muddo 20 sano ah.Dowladda Soomaaliya ayaa sanadkaan dadaal dheer ku bixisay sidii ay ula wareegi laheyd Xajka waxaana arrintaas ka dhalatay muran badan oo keenay in xilkii laga qaado Wasiirkii Awqaafta iyo Arrimaha Diinta.Waxay hadda u muuqataa inay howsha soo dhamaatay isla markaasna ay Soomaalida sanadkaan u suurtageli doonto inay aadaan xajka kadib maalmo badan oo la murugeysnaa.Wixii warar ah ee kusoo kordha waan idinla socodsiin doonaa Inshaa AllahCaasimada OnlineXafiiska MuqdishoCaasimada@live.com





15 amar oo kasoo baxay Gobolka Banaadir...





Muqdisho (Caasimadda Online) – Gobolka Banaadir waxaa uu mar walbo soo rogaa amarro, laakin intooda badan waxaa adag in ay fulaan sababo la xiriira maamul xumo iyo istiratiijiyad la’aan, amarkii lo’da looga mamnuucay jidadka Xamar oo dhaqan-geli waayey ayaa ugu dambeeyay!Amarradan oo  intooda badan ku saabsan qaabka nolosha dadka reer Muqdisho, waxaa la iska soo saaraa iyada oo aan la gelin wadatashi, lagu sameyn wax daraasad ah, taasi ayaana keentay inay guul-dareystaan, oo weliba loo arko wax lagu qoslo!!Haddaba, Akhriso, Sooyaalka Amarro Ay Soo Rogeen Gobolka Banaadir Oo Guul-dareystay.December 4, 2013: Gobolka Banaadir ayaa amray in la dhiso guryaha burbursan“Muddo sadax bil ayay haystaan dadka iska leh guryaha ku yaalla laga bilaabo saldhiga degmada Xamar Weyne ilaa Hotelkii Curuba, iyo dhanka bankiga dhexe ee dalka, marka waxaan leeyahay hala dhisto dhismayaasha bur bursan” sidaa waxaa yiri xogheyaha guud ee gobolka Banaadir, 5 sano kadib guryihii waa sidoodii!October 16, 2015: Gudoomiyaha Maamulka Gobolka Banaadir & Duqa Magaalada Muqdisho, Xasan Muungaab ayaa amray in la bixiyo canshuurta gurayaha, isaga oo ku hanjabay in ciddii diida talaabo laga qaadi-doono, November isla sanadkaas Yuusuf Xuseen Jimcaale (Boorsaani) oo jagadaas isna kolkaas hayey ayaa wuxuu muujiyay inaanan waxba laga bedelin lacagihii canshuuraha, ee Maamulkii Muungaab uu ku soo rogay guryaha ku yaala Magaalada Muqdisho, Lacagta waxaa ay aheyd $100, ilaa hadda waxba lagama qaban!January 12, 2016: Maamulka Gobolka Banaadir oo soo Saaray Amaro lagu Mamnuucayo Kawaanadda Xoolaha Lagu qalo ee Ku Yaala Gobolka banaadir. AFhayeenka Gobolka banaadir ayaa Sheegay In Kaliya La isticmaali Karo Laba Kawaan Kaliya Kuwaas oo Kala ah Kawaan Bari ee Degmada Cabdicasiis iyo kawaanka Nasiib Degmada WadaJir ee Gobolka Banaadir, arrintaas looma hoggaansamin!January 17, 2016: Guddoomiya gobolka oo ka hadlayey barnaamijka “Aada dugsiyada” ayaa waxaa uu amar ku bixiyay in ciddii lagu arka iyada oo u dhegsanyahay boor aan afka hooyo ku qorneyn laga qaadi doono tallaabo sharciga waafaqsan, arrintaas waxaa ay noqotay mid aan fulin, oo lagu sheekeysto!April 7, 2016: Yuusuf Xuseen Jimcaale, goddoomiyihii hore ee gobolka Banaadir ayaa sheegay in magaalada aanu dhex mari Karin gaari aan taarko laheyn, waxaa  April 19, 2018 ku celiyay Guddoomiye Yarisow oo kula hadlayey booliiska Iskuulka tababarka ee Jeneral Kaahiye, isaga oo amar ku bixiyay in magaalada laga mamnuucay gaadiidka summad la’aan ah ama aan taarko wadan, amarkaas waxba lagama soo qaadin!!April 15, 2016: Waxaa la  go’aamiyay in magaca gobolka laga dhigo Benaadir, Gudoomiyaha G/Banaadir ahna Duqa Muqdisho Thabit Abdi oo maalin kadib hadlayey aya sheegay inuusan magac badalin balse uu ku celiyey sidi hore ee loo isticmaalo jiray xiligii hore, ma jirto cid u hoggaansantay!October 3, 2016: Maamulka Gobolka Banaadir Iyo Wasarada Gaadiidka Oo Amray In Gawaarida Ceymis Lagaliyo, amar kale oo November 30, isla sanadkaas soo baxay ayaa lagu joojiyay!March 14, 2017: Shirkadaha biyaha iyo korontada waxaa la amray in aaney lacag ka qaadi Karin xeryaha barakacayaasha, arrintaas lama dhageysan!May 9, 2017: Gobolka Banaadir ayaa soo saaray amar lagu wargalinya wadayaasha gaadidka Muqdisho, kaasi oo ah in aan wadada, Laga Bilaabo KM0-KM4 lagu dhaqi karin Gawaarida, si la mid ahna aan la dhigi karin Gaadiidka, taasi dheg jalaq loola siin!July 7, 2017: Gobolka Banaadir ayaa amray in lacag la’aan lagu geli-doono beerta nabadda, go’aan oo milkiilayaasha ku diideen, waa uu ka laabtay!August 30, 2017: Maamulka gobolka Banaadir ayaa sheegay in lacag ay ku ganaaxi doonaan qof walbo oo gurigeeda ama xarunteeda ganacsi lagu hor arko qashin wixii ka bilawda 1-da September 2017, ilaa hadda qashinka waa sidiisii!October 30, 2017: Maamulka Gobolka Banaadir ayaa soo saaray Wareegto uu ku mamnuucayo in Booyadaha aysan magaalada gudaheeda ku socon karin 7-da subaxnimo ilaa iyo Sideeda Fiidnimo iyo in Gaadiid xamuulka qaada aysan rari karin tan ka badan culeyska gaariga, maadaama rarka xad dhaafka uu dhibaato ku yahay Shacabka iyo gaadiidka jidadka la wadaagaya, ganaaxa waxaa laga dhigay Toban Milyan oo Shilin Soomaali ah (10,000,000), laga fulin!June 14, 2018: Duqa Muqdisho Ahna Guddoomiyaha Gobolka Banaadir Mudane Cabdiraxmaan Cumar Cismaan (Eng. Yarisow) ayaa amray in la banneeyo goobaha danta guud oo ay ku jiraan darjiinooyinka, isaga oo July 3, baabi’iyay dhammaan heshiisyadii ay la galeen maamulladii isaga ka horeeyay, waa jug jug meeshaada joog!June 19, 2018: Maamulka Gobolka Banaadir Ayaa soo saaray ammar ku aaddan in la burburiyo dhismooyinka sida sharci darrada ah looga dhistay dhulalka hantida guud ee ku yaalla gobolka Banaadir!July 3, 2018: Duqa Muqdisho ayaa amar uu soo saaray  03-da July 2018 ku faray dadka xoolahooda magaalada ku soo dhex daaya, gaar ahaan lo’da inay xafidtaan xoolahooda, isaga oo siiyay 2 todobaad, lo’da weli waa buuxdaa jidadka!Dadka Muqdisho, ma fuliyaan ammarada gobolka Banaadir, waxaana muuqato kalsooni-darro iyo wada shaqeyn la’aan labada dhinac ah, taasi si looga gudbo, waa in gobolka Banaadir la yimaado Istiraatiijiyad maamulka lagu daadejinayo, oo la dhisayo gole deegaan, arrintaas oo wax weyn ka tari-doonta fulinta amarada gobolka iyo inay bulshada helaan adeeggii ay u baahnaayeen.Caasimada OnlineXafiiska MuqdishoCaasimada@live.com





Ujeedada uu Cabdiweli Gaas ka leeyahay...





Garoowe (Caasimadda Online) – Madaxweynaha maamulka Puntland Cabdiweli Cali Gaas ayaa abaabulay dagaalka lagu qaaday Takuraq ee lala galay Maamulka Somaliland.Dad badan ayaa is waydiinayey sababta keentay dagaalka lagu qaaday Takuraq iyadoo loo diyaar garoobayo doorasho sanadka 2019 ka dhacdo Puntland.Cabdiweli Gaas iyo ku xigeenkiisa Camey ayaa wado qorsho cajiib ah oo ay ku doonayaan  inay waqti dheeri ah ku darsadaan isla markaasna dib loo dhigo doorashada.Labadaan Mas’uul ayaa ku heshiiyey in dadka Puntland iyo siyaasiyiinta xil doonka ah lagu mashquuliyo dagaalkaas isla markaasna Baarlamaanka  la horgeeyo inaan la qaban karin doorasho madaama ay Puntland ku jirto xiisad dagaal.Sidaas ayaana amar lagu siiyey ciidamada Puntland oo weerar ku qaaday Takuraq waxaana muuqato inaan weli laga gaarin wax guul ah taasoo ah ujeedada Gaas uu ka leeyahay dagalkaas.Gaas iyo saaxiibadiis ayaa doonayo inay ku darsadaan ilaa 2 sano xukunka taasoo u muuqato inaysan suurtageli karin maadaama uu loolan adag kala kulmayo musharixiin badan oo u hanqal taagayo inay qabtaan xilkaas.Cabdiweli Gaas ayaa horey u sheegay inuusan xilkaan mar kale usoo tartami doonin balse waxaa hadda muuqato damac weyn oo uga jiro inuu kusii fadhiyo xilka madaxweynimo ee maamulka Puntland.Musharixiinta Puntland ee isku diyaarinayo doorashada ayaa horey uga digay inaan dib looga dhigi karin waqtigii lagu balamay waxayna sheegeyn inay taas keeni doonto jahwareer ku dhaco maamulka.Maamulka Somaliland ayaa horey Puntland ugu eedeysay inay dagaalkaas iyada soo qaaday isla markaasna la rabo in waqti kororsi lagu sameysto.Caasimada OnlineXafiiska GarooweCaasimada@live.com





Madaafiic ka socoto Takuraq iyo labada...





Takuraq (Caasimadda Online) – Wararka naga soo gaaraya degaanka Tukaraq ee gobolka Sool ayaa waxa ay sheegayaan in halkaasi Saacaddihii lasoo dhaafay ay Madaafiic isku weydaarsadeen ciidamada maamulada Somaliland iyo Puntland ee halkaasi ku sugan.Weli mararka qaar waxaa halkaas laga maqlayaa daryanka madaafiicda iyo qoryaha culculus oo ay labada dhinac is  dhaafsanayaanSidda ay xaqiijiyeen dadka degaanka Madaafiicda ayaa socotay dhowr Daqiiqo waxaana ka dhashay Khasaare Isku jira dhimasho iyo dhaawac.Hal Askari oo ka tirsanaan ciidamada Somaliland ayaa la xaqiijiyay in uu ku dhintay Madaafiicda ka dhacday degaanka Tukaraq.Wararka naga soo gaaraya degaanka Tukaraq ee gobolka Sool ayaa waxa ay sheegayaan in halkaasi Saacaddihii lasoo dhaafay ay Madaafiic isku weydaarsadeen ciidamada maamulada Somaliland iyo Puntland ee halkaasi ku sugan.Sidda ay xaqiijiyeen dadka degaanka Madaafiicda ayaa socotay dhowr Daqiiqo waxaana ka dhashay Khasaare Isku jira dhimasho iyo dhaawac.Xiisadaha dagaal ee ka taagan deegaanka Tukaraq ayaanan weli loo helin wax xal ah,waxaana madaxda labada maamul ay Warbaahinta isku-marsiinayaan hadal sii huriyey colaada Tukaraq.Labadda maamul ayaa wali waxa ay ciidamo kusoo daad guureynayaan degaanka Tukaraq , waxaana sidoo kale jira baaqyo ay wali dirayaan waxgaradka labada dhinac.Dowladda Soomaaliya iyo Qaramada Midoobey ayaa u muuqda in ay si buuxda ugu guuldareysteen joojinta dagaalka degaanka Tukaraq ee gobolka Sool.Caasimada OnlineXafiiska GarooweCaasimada@live.com





Latest English

Somali President Meets With Khatumo and...






Somali President, Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo, is reported to have held talks with officials from the northern breakaway region of Somaliland during the Somalia Partnership Forum in Brussels, Belgium. Sources say President Farmajo met with Somaliland’s Opposition leader, Faisal Ali Warabe and former President of the now-defunct Khatumo State, Ali Khalif Galayr, and discussed a wide range of issues.
Warabe, who is the chairman of Justice and Welfare (UCID) party, said the meeting which took place on the sidelines of the partnership forum, focused on ways to working as a team towards Somalia’s development. He revealed that the talks also touched on the escalating tension between Somaliland and Puntland in Tukaraq village, in the northern Sool region. To date the conflict has  claimed lives of many.
President Farmajo and members of the international community have in the past urged the warring regional administrations to end their hostilities through dialogue. The tension in Tukaraq emerged last January after Somaliland forces captured the town from Puntland troops following a battle that led to hundreds of families abandoning their homes.





US lets Somali immigrants stay 18 more...





In Summary
Trump administration to allow some 500 Somali immigrants to remain in the US for at least another 18 months.
Washington said it arrived at the decision considering the "ongoing armed conflict and extraordinary conditions" in Somalia.
Somalis in the US were first deemed eligible for the special status in 1991 when their country erupted into civil war.
By KEVIN J KELLEY
The Trump administration announced on Thursday that it will allow some 500 Somali immigrants to remain in the US for at least another 18 months.
Washington said it arrived at the decision considering the "ongoing armed conflict and extraordinary conditions" in Somalia.
Somalis in the US with Temporary Protected Status will be able to re-register for an extension of their status through March 17, 2020, according to a statement from the Department of Homeland Security.
Mustafa Jumale, the head of an advocacy group for black immigrants, had earlier warned that terminating protection status for Somalis “would essentially be a death sentence”.
The Trump administration has stepped up deportations of immigrants who have not been granted immigration designation in the country.
Last year, 521 undocumented Somalis were ejected from the US, compared to 198 in 2016.
Somalis in the US were first deemed eligible for the special status in 1991 when their country erupted into civil war following the ouster of the then President Siad Barre's military regime.
Temporary permission to remain in the US has been extended 22 times because of the ongoing armed conflict in Somalia.
Trump administration has also extended protection status for those fleeing war and hunger in South Sudan, Yemen and Syria.





When is a nation not a nation?...





When is a nation not a nation? Somaliland’s dream of independence
The long read
When is a nation not a nation? Somaliland’s dream of independence
Though unrecognised by the international community, this self-declared state in the Horn of Africa has its own flag, parliament, currency and national identity. What has to happen before its status changes? By
Joshua Keating
When you are in Somaliland, there is never any question that you are in a real country. After all, the place has all the trappings of countryhood. When I arrived at the airport, a customs officer in a Somaliland uniform checked my Somaliland visa, issued by the Somaliland consulate in Washington DC. At the airport, there was a Somaliland flag. During my visit, I paid Somaliland shillings to drivers of cabs with Somaliland plates who took me to the offices of ministers of the Somaliland government.
But, according to the US Department of State, the United Nations, the African Union and every other government on Earth, I was not in Somaliland, a poor but stable and mostly functional country on the Horn of Africa. I was in Somalia.
Even among unrecognised states, Somaliland is a special case – it is both completely independent and politically entirely isolated. Unlike South Sudan before its independence, Somaliland’s claim for statehood is based not on a redrawing of colonial borders, but an attempt to re-establish them. Unlike Taiwan, it is shackled not to a richer, more powerful country, but a poorer, weaker one. Unlike Palestine, its quest for independence is not a popular cause for activists around the world.
The journalist Graeme Wood has described places such as Somaliland as the “limbo world”: entities that “start by acting like real countries, and then hope to become them”. What separates “real” from “self-proclaimed” countries is simply the recognition of other countries. There’s no ultimate legal authority in international relations that decides what is or isn’t a real country, and differences of opinion on that question are common. What separates the Somalilands of the world from, say, Sweden is that Sweden is recognised by its peers.
Statehood may be a legal concept, but achieving it is an entirely political process. To the degree that foreign officials acknowledge Somaliland at all, they are generally sympathetic to its history and admiring of its recent accomplishments. Somaliland’s main obstacle is not the world’s animosity, but its indifference. Its current predicament answers the question: what would happen if you created a new country and no one noticed?
Somaliland is pretty easy to get to. There are regular flights to the capital, Hargeisa, from Dubai and Addis Ababa. The city – a scruffy, sprawling town of cinderblock houses and potholed roads – feels coated in a fine film of desert dust. It’s usually extraordinarily dry, although periodic violent downpours in the rainy season leave the mostly unpaved streets damp and soggy. Camels are the traditional livelihood, food source and currency of Somali herders, and even in the big city, it’s not unusual to see them loping through busy downtown traffic. Food stalls crank out steaming, heaping plates of chewy camel meat (not bad) and thick, frothy camel milk (nauseating – to me, anyway).
A map of Somaliland
From other stalls, money-changers dispense grimy, faded bricks of shilling banknotes held together by rubber bands. When I was visiting, the shilling was trading at about 7,000 to the US dollar – although given that you can’t exchange Somaliland shillings anywhere outside Somaliland, I don’t exactly understand how this exchange rate is set. When paying for anything in a store with shillings, unless you know what you’re doing, it’s generally best to just hand over one of these bricks to the clerk and let him take out what he needs. Nowadays, most people are more likely to pay for basic goods and services by transferring cellphone credit.
Try to book a hotel in Somaliland online from the US and you are likely to be referred to a travel advisory stating: “The US Department of State warns US citizens to avoid travel to Somalia because of continuous threats by the al-Qaida affiliated terrorist group, al-Shabaab.” But once you’re there, you quickly realise that such warnings are unnecessary. Hargeisa is one of the safest large cities in Africa, and, aside from the pollution and the traffic, there’s not too much to be concerned about when you’re walking around, although foreigners travelling outside the capital have been required to hire an armed guard since the killing of four foreign aid workers by bandits in 2004. There’s been almost no terrorist activity in Somaliland since 2008, when suicide bombers attacked the presidential palace and Ethiopian consulate. In contrast to the south, there is no pirate activity along Somaliland’s shores.
Hargeisa’s main work of public art is a war memorial consisting of a stubby Mig fighter plane – a real one – shot down in 1988 and now mounted on a pedestal along the city’s main thoroughfare. Hargeisans will tell you, with some ironic pride, that their city is one of the few places in the world that was bombed by planes that took off from that same city. The event is part of a long chain of events, most of them tragic, leading up to the country’s strange current predicament.
As the names of their countries suggest, there’s little ethnic or linguistic difference between the people of Somalia and Somaliland. The entity that today calls itself the Republic of Somaliland owes its existence to two main factors: its proximity to Yemen and its abundance of sheep. In the late 19th century, Britain (with the support of Italy) and France (with the support of Russia) were locked in a struggle for control of the Nile. As a means of both countering French influence and ensuring a regular supply of mutton for its garrison at the Yemeni port city of Aden, Britain signed a series of agreements with tribes in northern Somalia.
In the words of the historian Ioan Lewis, “in relation to its size and significance” Somaliland was “one of Britain’s least rewarding possessions”. Yet there’s a good case to be made that its marginal status as a colony benefited the country in the long run. Whereas Somaliland had been considered a backwater by the British, and therefore left mostly to govern itself through the existing clan structure, Italy considered Somalia an integral part of its short-lived ambitions to build a north African empire that also included modern-day Libya and parts of Egypt.

It shouldn’t be surprising that today the territory where the colonising power had more ambitious state-building goals is the more unstable. There is evidence from studies of regions of India and other parts of Africa to support the notion that postcolonial countries where colonisers had a lighter touch turned out better in the long term.
As Somalilanders will often remind you, it was, in the past, an independent country, fully recognised by the international community, including the UN. But this halcyon period lasted less than a week. On 26 June 1960, the former Protectorate of Somaliland became fully independent from British rule, its independence recognised by 35 countries around the world, including the US. The next day, its new legislature passed a law approving a union with the south. On 1 July, Somalia became independent from Italy, and the two were joined together. It is a decision Somaliland has regretted almost ever since.
Difficulties emerged almost immediately, and just a year after independence, voters in the north rejected a new constitution. The marriage was off to a rocky start. Things would go from bad to worse in 1969 when an officers’ coup brought a general named Siad Barre to power.
The tensions within Somaliland society escalated as Barre’s long reign continued. Since independence, Somalia and Somaliland’s leaders have tended to favour members of their own clans and subclans with patronage. There are six main Somali clans, with dozens of subclans. The vast majority of those living in what is now Somaliland come from various branches of the Isaaq clan. The south is more heterogeneous. Barre may have espoused a doctrine of “scientific socialism”, a fusion of terrible governance ideas imported from China, North Korea and Nasserite Egypt, but he was not above ethnic nationalism, privileging his own Darod clan, which added to the resentment of the northern Isaaqs.
During the 1980s, with support for Barre and his harsh military regime eroding, a primarily Isaaq northern rebel group known (somewhat misleadingly), as the Somali National Movement (SNM) emerged to challenge rule from Mogadishu. The crackdowns that followed simply added to the perception that the north was a region under occupation. This culminated in an all-out civil war between the SNM and the central government in the late 80s, during which thousands were killed and millions fled.
On 18 May 1991, the SNM proclaimed that the region was re-establishing its independence, severing its ties to the south, and would now be known as the Republic of Somaliland. The world, for the most part, shrugged. The slow and steady process of state formation in the north would be almost entirely overshadowed in the international media by the chaos engulfing the south, particularly after an international intervention two years later led to the infamous “Black Hawk down” incident and the killing of 19 American troops during the battle of Mogadishu.
So why has Somaliland been more successful and stable than its southern neighbour, even with virtually no assistance from the international community? The fact that is is largely populated by only one clan has helped it avoid tribal conflicts, unlike some other countries in the region. Most Somalilanders also point to the role of clan elders. In addition to a president and a traditional elected parliament, Somaliland has an unelected upper house of elders, somewhat similar to Britain’s House of Lords, which has a consultative role on certain legislation and is entrusted with settling disputes between the country’s subclans. “It’s the elders who really made this peace,” Mohamed Omar Hagi, a UK-based Somali activist, told me.
Somaliland has also been lucky to benefit from the leadership of a few individuals, most notably the country’s most prominent global advocate, Edna Adan. The most famous person in the country, she is generally just referred to in Somaliland as Edna. “We don’t have a George Clooney,” one local journalist told me, referring to the Hollywood star’s advocacy on behalf of South Sudan’s independence. “All we’ve got is Edna.”

When I met Adan at the maternity hospital and midwifery school she runs in Hargeisa, which everyone just calls “Edna hospital”, she handed me her business card, which on the back features the caption “Where is Somaliland?” with an arrow pointing to the country’s location on a map of the Horn of Africa. Job one for Adan, who has travelled throughout the world, is simply telling people what and where her country is. “I can’t get anyone to come here,” she sighs. “The teachers and doctors cannot come to us because their governments tell them not to. I don’t know how you slipped through the net.”
Adan’s office was decorated with photos of dignitaries she has met, from Hillary Clinton to Kofi Annan. The centrepiece was a striking photo of a very young Edna with her late husband, Mohamed Ibrahim Egal, at the White House with Lyndon B Johnson in 1968, when Egal was prime minister of Somalia.
Adan was Somalia’s first qualified nurse-midwife, and the first Somali woman to drive. She spent years as a UN and WHO official before returning to Somaliland to build the hospital with her own savings; for all its limitations on personnel and equipment, it is one of the premier facilities in the Horn of Africa. She’s been called the Muslim Mother Teresa for her work in promoting women’s health and campaigning against female genital mutilation. She also served for several years as Somaliland’s foreign minister, continuing to deliver babies while on the job.
Although her political activities receive less attention than her public health work, Adan is also a tireless advocate for Somaliland’s independence. “For 25 years I’ve been waiting for the world to see how stable, peaceful and governable we are,” she told me, decrying what she called the “world conspiracy against Somaliland’s recognition”. Adan sees Somaliland’s unrecognised status as the main reason for its lack of economic progress over the past quarter-century.
Non-recognition by western powers is having an impact on the status of women as well, Adan argued, saying that western countries’ lack of engagement was opening the door to the influence of fundamentalists from the Gulf. She pointed to an old photo of herself as first lady in a chic cocktail dress: “You see my pictures! We never used to cover ourselves from head to toe,” she said. “We had necks, we had hair, we were people. Others are getting into Somaliland faster than the west. And if that keeps on like this, heaven help us.”
She echoed a theme I heard a lot in Somaliland, that the country is a rare beacon of stability in a very dangerous region. Somaliland is indeed stable by local standards, but it’s not exactly prospering. Reliable statistics are hard to come by, but, in 2012, the World Bank estimated its GDP per capita at just $348 (£267), which would make it the fourth-poorest country in the world. Its main industry is livestock export, which accounts for about 70% of jobs. Its main customers are in the Middle East, and business picks up during the annual hajj in Mecca. With few opportunities at home, it’s not surprising that an estimated 44% of unemployed youth have stated their intention to migrate.
A large number of people are also dependent on $500m per year in remittances from the roughly million-strong Somaliland diaspora living for the most part in Britain, the US, Scandinavia and elsewhere in Africa. This isn’t unusual for developing countries, but officials are understandably worried that this flow of cash from abroad is a finite resource. Most members of the diaspora are refugees who left the country during the violence of the 1980s. Their children are less likely to feel the need to support aunts and uncles they barely know. “These offspring are now basically Americans or British or French or whatever,” energy minister Hussein Abdi Dualeh told me. “They don’t have the same attachment to the country.”
With remittances likely to dry up in the coming years, and livestock an unreliable resource, the government is looking for other sources of investment, but Somaliland is a place with an image problem. “The name always scares people,” said Dualeh. “Anything that starts with ‘Somali’, no matter how it ends, is a red flag for a lot of people. But companies who are here realise it’s a very benign, very safe environment.”
The twin hopes for the Somali economy are oil exploration – currently being carried out by a handful of hardier energy firms off the coast – and a plan by Dubai Ports World to develop the Red Sea port of Berbera, which could conceivably be an alternative means of bringing goods by sea into landlocked Ethiopia. But it’s hard to imagine that plan taking off without a serious improvement in roads and infrastructure, and that probably requires international investment.
And for that in turn, once again, it would be helpful for other countries to know that Somaliland exists, and isn’t the same country as Somalia.
One highly unusual feature of Somaliland’s situation is that it’s not actually looking to challenge the much-maligned borders drawn by Europeans across the African continent – it’s looking to restore them. “The international community said we seceded from Somalia. We did not. We already had our own nation,” said Mohammed Ahmed Mohamoud, AKA Barwani, a civil society activist and director of the Somaliland Non-State Actors Forum. “Our borders were established through an agreement between the Italian government and the British,” said foreign minister Saad Ali Shire. “It’s an internationally determined boundary.”
Although it’s true that Somaliland voluntarily erased the border with Somalia in 1960, Somalilanders don’t consider that decision irreversible. As Somalilanders often point out, theirs wouldn’t be the first country to back out of a postcolonial merger. Senegal and the Gambia, a narrow strip of a country located completely within Senegal’s territory, were joined together as the confederation of Senegambia from 1982 to 1989. Egypt and Syria were briefly joined together as the United Arab Republic from 1958 until 1961, when Syria seceded. If these countries couldn’t make their marriages work, why, Somalilanders ask, should Somaliland be stuck in a loveless alliance?

These arguments were hard to argue with in Hargeisa. But in the outside world, they’re unlikely to prove persuasive. For Somaliland, the frustrating reality is that the world map is preserved in place less by international law or even custom than by what’s sometimes called “path dependence” – the thousands of small decisions that, over time, lead to the creation of institutions, and that are very hard to unmake without massive disruption. Countries tend to stay the way they are, and people, with some justification, believe it would be awfully difficult and dangerous to change them.
The last major wave of country creation took place in the early 1990sm as the end of the cold war hastened the breakup of the Soviet Union and the explosion of Yugoslavia. Since then, only a handful of new countries have joined the club – and many of them have struggled.
But, as Shire, the foreign minister, points out, Somaliland does exist already, and it is long past time for the international community to recognise that. “Somaliland fulfills all the conditions for an independent state,” he said. “I think everyone sympathises with the Somaliland case. Even when we are not recognised de jure, we are recognised de facto. When I travel, I am treated like a foreign minister. We deal with the UN and the international community as an independent country. We are treated as de facto independent – it is only the de jure recognition of sovereignty [we lack].”
The argument against Somaliland’s independence rests largely on factors beyond the country’s control. Somaliland officials are used to hearing that if their independence were recognised, it would set off a domino effect for nationalist movements, destabilising the continent. If Somaliland were independent, what would stop other regions from trying the same thing?
International organisations such as the African Union and the Arab League are hostile to the idea of recognising further territorial divisions. Countries wary of their own separatist movements don’t want to establish any sort of precedent. The UN, which has invested enormous resources in promoting stability and unity in Somalia as a whole, views Somaliland as a hindrance to those goals rather than any sort of beacon of stability. Somaliland’s neighbour Ethiopia mostly supports it, but given Addis Ababa’s wariness about its own Somali separatists, it likely prefers the status quo – a weak and divided Somalia – rather than a strong independent Somali state on its borders. The two most recent instances of country creation in Africa – autocratic, impoverished Eritrea and anarchic, violent South Sudan – have not bolstered Somaliland’s argument that its recognition would be a boon to regional and global stability.
Western observers, both governmental and non-governmental, have generally been more positive. Noting that Somaliland, unlike most of its neighbours, has had several contested elections and peaceful transfers of power since independence, the US NGO Freedom House classified it as an “emerging democracy”, and it is the only country in its region considered at least “partly free” or higher on the group’s annual rankings.
As far back as 2003, the International Crisis Group argued that the choice facing the international community was to “develop pragmatic responses to Somaliland’s demand for self-determination or continue to insist upon the increasingly abstract notion of the unity and territorial integrity of the Somali Republic”. In 2007, a US defence official described Somaliland to the Washington Post as “an entity that works”, and said that in the Pentagon’s view “Somaliland should be independent”.

But even if non-African governments are, on the whole, generally sympathetic to Somaliland, it’s not enough of a priority to upset the status quo. Somalilanders like to joke mischievously that they have been too well behaved. After all, the other countries that have gained recognition in recent years have done so after wars and genocides.
“Being a peaceful, democratic and developing state isn’t helping Somaliland gain international recognition,” said Hagi. “Somaliland is very quiet. It’s a peaceful place. The international community doesn’t really care about a peaceful place. When there is a problem in a country, the international community is always there – Somalia, Iraq, Syria, Libya. When there’s no problem there, there’s no point in coming to build a state.”
Or, as Adan puts it: “At 78, I don’t want to face the possibility that everything I’ve been taught about democracy and human rights is wrong. Maybe I should just go join the Taliban.”
They are joking, of course, but without some major turning point or dramatic shift in global priorities, it’s hard to see Somaliland winning recognition. The world will continue to defend an abstract principle of territorial integrity in the face of the clear will of the people of Somaliland.
Recently, there have also been some troubling indications that Somaliland’s much-vaunted peace and stability might be more fragile than it seems. Dozens have been killed in fighting between Somaliland and Puntland – a neighbouring semi-autonomous region of Somalia – as part of a long-running clash over a disputed border region. Monitors have warned that the conflict risks breaking out into open war. The Somaliland government has also been condemned for detaining and harrassing journalists covering the conflict.
For all its serious problems, though, it is hard to argue with Somaliland’s relative success. Perhaps this is the bigotry of low expectations, but whatever negatives you can say about the place, it’s not Somalia. With little help from the outside, Somaliland has had to do an awful lot on its own, and arguably done it better than many of its recognised counterparts.
“In many African countries that have been recognised, they are still struggling,” said Barwani. “So, sometimes we say that maybe being a de facto state is better. Because many recognised states in Africa failed, and they became a one-party system of a dictatorship with no free media and no space for citizen participation. For us, we have so many things. No limitations, no restrictions.”
Looking at the decades of support given by the US to dictators such as Mobutu Sese Seko, or considering the destabilising role of western oil companies in countries such as Nigeria, there’s a case to be made that if that’s what engagement with the outside world means for fragile African states, maybe Somaliland has been better off without it. If, at some point in the future, the world does decide to recognise its independence, bringing with it the attendant investment and diplomatic engagement, Somaliland will be in a stronger and more stable position to handle it. Shire remains optimistic that this day will come. “We’ve waited 25 years already. We don’t mind waiting another 25.”Adapted from Invisible Countries: Journeys to the Edge of Nationhood by Joshua Keating ispublished by Yale University Press, and available at guardianbookshop.com
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Somalia: 18-Year-Old Wins BBC News...





By Jayne AugoyeShugri Jama Ibrahim, an 18-year-old form three student from Bosaaso, Somalia, has won the BBC News Somali Young Female Poet 2018 award.
The teenage poet, who was named winner on Wednesday was the first runner up in the 2017 awards. This is according to a statement by BBC World Service International.
Shugri's winning poem explores old Somali culture and the cultural utensils that were in use in nomadic life.
BBC News Somali will broadcast the winning poem while Shugri will be awarded at a ceremony on Wednesday.
Also collecting runners up awards will be 2nd place winner Nimo Ahmed Tohyare from Hargeisa and 3rd place winner Miski Warsame Nur from Garowe.
This is the 2nd year of the BBC News Somali Young Female Poet award, which highlights the culture of poetry among Somali-speaking women irrespective of their location.
The organisers say Somali women's creativity is widely acclaimed and this award is providing them with an avenue to showcase their talent and creativity.
Last year's winner was a student from Hargeisa, Deeqa Nouh Yonis, who says she has become famous and has continued to write poetry.





Trump allows Somali immigrants to stay...





Somalis living in the United States under protected status have been given permission by the Trump administration to remain in the country for at least another 18 months, because of ongoing violence in the North African nation.
At least 500 Somalis in the United States with Temporary Protected Status will be able to re-register for an extension of their status through March 17, 2020, according to a Thursday statement from the Department of Homeland Security. The status grants beneficiaries the ability to legally work while they are in the United States.
“After carefully reviewing conditions in Somalia with interagency partners, (DHS) Secretary (Kirstjen) Nielsen determined the ongoing armed conflict and extraordinary and temporary conditions that support Somalia’s current designation for TPS continue to exist,” the statement said.

After carefully reviewing conditions in Somalia with interagency partners...Nielsen determined the ongoing armed conflict and extraordinary and temporary conditions that support Somalia’s current designation for TPS continue to exist.
The Trump administration has shown a deep skepticism toward the temporary protected status program, announcing its end for immigrants from El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua and Sudan since President Donald Trump took office last year.
ALSO READ: Trump to end special status for Liberian immigrants in U.S.
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Qatar calls for solutions to Somali...






DOHA: The State of Qatar has invited the international community to join forces to find radical solutions to the crisis in Somalia so that it can maintain its sovereignty and achieve national reconciliation, noting the efforts and concrete steps taken by Somalia at all levels for the benefit of the Somali people.
This came in a speech delivered by Minister of State for Foreign Affairs H E Sultan bin Saad Al Muraikhi, at the International Partnership Forum on Somalia on Tuesday in Brussels, Belgium.
The Minister of State said that the broad participation of the international community in the Forum affirms the common will to find radical solutions to the Somali crisis so that the country can maintain its sovereignty, achieve national reconciliation, establish security on its territory, build its institutions and provide a decent living for its people. “This can only be achieved through joining the efforts of the international community,” he said.
“In order to build on the momentum that has been achieved, we must continue to make  initiatives to support Somalia, honour the commitments we made, respect Somalia’s sovereignty and not interfere in its internal affairs, in accordance with international law and the political declarations made in this regard, in addition to providing full support in the fight against terrorism, which we condemn regardless of its pretexts, and strengthening cooperation between the federal government and all its states without marginalising any party,” the Minister added.
He emphasized the importance of increasing support for African Union Mission to Somalia (AMISOM), particularly the by United Nations, pursuant to Chapter VIII of the Charter.
He affirmed that the State of Qatar would continue providing relief assistance to Somalia and other affected countries, thus assuming its responsibility as an active and responsible member of the international community, out of the belief that peace, security, development and human rights are interdependent and are the only way to avoid extremism, violence and terrorism.





U.S. Extends Stay For Somali Immigrants





Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen speaks at the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE) headquarters in Washington.The Trump administration said on Thursday it would allow some 500 Somalis to remain in the United States for at least another 18 months under protected status given violence in their home county.Somalis in the United States with Temporary Protected Status will be able to re-register for an extension of their status through March 17, 2020, according to a statement from the Department of Homeland Security. The status grants beneficiaries the ability to legally work while they are in the United States.“After carefully reviewing conditions in Somalia with interagency partners, (DHS) Secretary (Kirstjen) Nielsen determined the ongoing armed conflict and extraordinary and temporary conditions that support Somalia’s current designation for TPS continue to exist,” the statement said.The Trump administration has shown a deep skepticism toward the temporary protected status program, announcing its end for immigrants from El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua and Sudan since President Donald Trump took office last year.





Trump allows Somali immigrants to stay...





[war kale ma leh]The status grants beneficiaries the ability to legally work while they are in the United States. “After carefully reviewing conditions in Somalia with interagency partners, (DHS) Secretary (Kirstjen) ...





10-Year-Old Girl Bleeds To Death After...





A 10-year-old Somali girl has bled to death following female genital mutilation (FGM). The Guardian reports that Deeqa Dahir Nuur’s mother took her to a traditional circumciser on July 14. A vein was severed in the course of the procedure. The family tried unsuccessfully to stop the bleeding on their own for two days before taking the girl to a hospital where she eventually bled to death. It’s the first confirmed death from FGM in years. Somalia has the highest rate of FGM in the world with 98 percent of females undergoing the procedure, most of them between the ages of five and nine. Complications are generally denied within the country.
The possibility of consequences for the woman who performed Nuur’s procedure is slim. Although it has been constitutionally declared illegal, laws for its enforcement do not exist in the country with a large population of conservative and legal groups who believe in and support the practice. Activist Hawa Aden Mohamed of the Galkayo Education Centre for Peace and Development commented on the dire situation for girls in Somalia.
“The woman who performed the operation has not been arrested, but even if she was, there is no law that would ensure she is punished for the act. It is difficult to estimate the number of girls who die due to FGM per month or per day because they are [sworn] to secrecy, particularly in rural areas. We only get to hear of the few cases of those bold enough to seek medical treatment in towns. But from the stories we do hear, they could be in their dozens.”

A 10-year-old girl has bled to death after undergoing female genital mutilation in Somalia, an activist said, a rare confirmed death in the country with the world’s highest rate of the practice. https://t.co/Ytj9X5wrPq
— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) July 20, 2018
Mohamed says the practice is “entrenched in traditional myths, which can only be effectively challenged through knowledge.” Activists hope that this tragedy will receive publicity that will serve to bring to light the dangers of forced genital mutilation.
The most severe form of the procedure is infibulation. It’s believed that about two-thirds (or 130 million per year) of females who undergo FGM have this procedure. It is often performed by people who are not adequately trained and use tools including sticks, broken glass, knives, and razors. The process involves cutting and repositioning the labia so that a seal is formed that leaves a hole so small that only menstrual blood or urine can pass through.
Brendan Wynne of Donor Direct Action, an organization that provides funds to frontline FGM activists, stressed the importance of this girl’s death being a confirmed case of death from complications of FGM.
“It is really important that this is a confirmed case, as pro-FGM lobbyists sometimes put forward the nonsensical view that it is not harmful. This is completely untrue. It often has lifelong medical and psychological consequences – and, as we have seen, [can lead to] death. We have no more time for any debate on the harms of FGM and this case, like many others, proves that.”





Somalia one of four countries to get...






The Trump administration will extend Temporary Protected Status for 500 Somali nationals for another 18 months, making it the fourth out of 12 countries to benefit from an extension, according to the Department of Homeland Security.
"After carefully reviewing conditions in Somalia with interagency partners, Secretary [Kirstjen] Nielsen determined the ongoing armed conflict and extraordinary and temporary conditions that support Somalia’s current designation for TPS continue to exist," the DHS Office of Public Affairs said in a statement released Thursday evening. "Therefore, pursuant to the statute, she has extended Somalia’s TPS designation for 18 months."
Somalia nationals in the U.S. can stay in the country through March 17, 2020, when the DHS secretary will again review the conditions in the East Africa nation.
TPS was first granted to Somali in September 1991. It was previously re-designated in 2001 and 2012. TPS is given to people already in the U.S., whether legally or illegally, and allows them to work here and avoid deportation because their home country is not in a position to take back its own people.
About 300,000 people have been approved for TPS since Congress created the program in 1990.
Since the fall, DHS has said it will conclude TPS programs for Nepal, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Sudan, Liberia, Haiti, Somalia, and Honduras. Each of those programs were renewed every two years under Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama.
However, Nielsen announced an 18-month extension for the TPS program for Syrians, South Sudan, and Yemen.





Somali President Meets With Khatumo and...






Somali President, Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo, is reported to have held talks with officials from the northern breakaway region of Somaliland during the Somalia Partnership Forum in Brussels, Belgium. Sources say President Farmajo met with Somaliland’s Opposition leader, Faisal Ali Warabe and former President of the now-defunct Khatumo State, Ali Khalif Galayr, and discussed a wide range of issues.
Warabe, who is the chairman of Justice and Welfare (UCID) party, said the meeting which took place on the sidelines of the partnership forum, focused on ways to working as a team towards Somalia’s development. He revealed that the talks also touched on the escalating tension between Somaliland and Puntland in Tukaraq village, in the northern Sool region. To date the conflict has  claimed lives of many.
President Farmajo and members of the international community have in the past urged the warring regional administrations to end their hostilities through dialogue. The tension in Tukaraq emerged last January after Somaliland forces captured the town from Puntland troops following a battle that led to hundreds of families abandoning their homes.





US lets Somali immigrants stay 18 more...





In Summary
Trump administration to allow some 500 Somali immigrants to remain in the US for at least another 18 months.
Washington said it arrived at the decision considering the "ongoing armed conflict and extraordinary conditions" in Somalia.
Somalis in the US were first deemed eligible for the special status in 1991 when their country erupted into civil war.
By KEVIN J KELLEY
The Trump administration announced on Thursday that it will allow some 500 Somali immigrants to remain in the US for at least another 18 months.
Washington said it arrived at the decision considering the "ongoing armed conflict and extraordinary conditions" in Somalia.
Somalis in the US with Temporary Protected Status will be able to re-register for an extension of their status through March 17, 2020, according to a statement from the Department of Homeland Security.
Mustafa Jumale, the head of an advocacy group for black immigrants, had earlier warned that terminating protection status for Somalis “would essentially be a death sentence”.
The Trump administration has stepped up deportations of immigrants who have not been granted immigration designation in the country.
Last year, 521 undocumented Somalis were ejected from the US, compared to 198 in 2016.
Somalis in the US were first deemed eligible for the special status in 1991 when their country erupted into civil war following the ouster of the then President Siad Barre's military regime.
Temporary permission to remain in the US has been extended 22 times because of the ongoing armed conflict in Somalia.
Trump administration has also extended protection status for those fleeing war and hunger in South Sudan, Yemen and Syria.





When is a nation not a nation?...





When is a nation not a nation? Somaliland’s dream of independence
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When is a nation not a nation? Somaliland’s dream of independence
Though unrecognised by the international community, this self-declared state in the Horn of Africa has its own flag, parliament, currency and national identity. What has to happen before its status changes? By
Joshua Keating
When you are in Somaliland, there is never any question that you are in a real country. After all, the place has all the trappings of countryhood. When I arrived at the airport, a customs officer in a Somaliland uniform checked my Somaliland visa, issued by the Somaliland consulate in Washington DC. At the airport, there was a Somaliland flag. During my visit, I paid Somaliland shillings to drivers of cabs with Somaliland plates who took me to the offices of ministers of the Somaliland government.
But, according to the US Department of State, the United Nations, the African Union and every other government on Earth, I was not in Somaliland, a poor but stable and mostly functional country on the Horn of Africa. I was in Somalia.
Even among unrecognised states, Somaliland is a special case – it is both completely independent and politically entirely isolated. Unlike South Sudan before its independence, Somaliland’s claim for statehood is based not on a redrawing of colonial borders, but an attempt to re-establish them. Unlike Taiwan, it is shackled not to a richer, more powerful country, but a poorer, weaker one. Unlike Palestine, its quest for independence is not a popular cause for activists around the world.
The journalist Graeme Wood has described places such as Somaliland as the “limbo world”: entities that “start by acting like real countries, and then hope to become them”. What separates “real” from “self-proclaimed” countries is simply the recognition of other countries. There’s no ultimate legal authority in international relations that decides what is or isn’t a real country, and differences of opinion on that question are common. What separates the Somalilands of the world from, say, Sweden is that Sweden is recognised by its peers.
Statehood may be a legal concept, but achieving it is an entirely political process. To the degree that foreign officials acknowledge Somaliland at all, they are generally sympathetic to its history and admiring of its recent accomplishments. Somaliland’s main obstacle is not the world’s animosity, but its indifference. Its current predicament answers the question: what would happen if you created a new country and no one noticed?
Somaliland is pretty easy to get to. There are regular flights to the capital, Hargeisa, from Dubai and Addis Ababa. The city – a scruffy, sprawling town of cinderblock houses and potholed roads – feels coated in a fine film of desert dust. It’s usually extraordinarily dry, although periodic violent downpours in the rainy season leave the mostly unpaved streets damp and soggy. Camels are the traditional livelihood, food source and currency of Somali herders, and even in the big city, it’s not unusual to see them loping through busy downtown traffic. Food stalls crank out steaming, heaping plates of chewy camel meat (not bad) and thick, frothy camel milk (nauseating – to me, anyway).
A map of Somaliland
From other stalls, money-changers dispense grimy, faded bricks of shilling banknotes held together by rubber bands. When I was visiting, the shilling was trading at about 7,000 to the US dollar – although given that you can’t exchange Somaliland shillings anywhere outside Somaliland, I don’t exactly understand how this exchange rate is set. When paying for anything in a store with shillings, unless you know what you’re doing, it’s generally best to just hand over one of these bricks to the clerk and let him take out what he needs. Nowadays, most people are more likely to pay for basic goods and services by transferring cellphone credit.
Try to book a hotel in Somaliland online from the US and you are likely to be referred to a travel advisory stating: “The US Department of State warns US citizens to avoid travel to Somalia because of continuous threats by the al-Qaida affiliated terrorist group, al-Shabaab.” But once you’re there, you quickly realise that such warnings are unnecessary. Hargeisa is one of the safest large cities in Africa, and, aside from the pollution and the traffic, there’s not too much to be concerned about when you’re walking around, although foreigners travelling outside the capital have been required to hire an armed guard since the killing of four foreign aid workers by bandits in 2004. There’s been almost no terrorist activity in Somaliland since 2008, when suicide bombers attacked the presidential palace and Ethiopian consulate. In contrast to the south, there is no pirate activity along Somaliland’s shores.
Hargeisa’s main work of public art is a war memorial consisting of a stubby Mig fighter plane – a real one – shot down in 1988 and now mounted on a pedestal along the city’s main thoroughfare. Hargeisans will tell you, with some ironic pride, that their city is one of the few places in the world that was bombed by planes that took off from that same city. The event is part of a long chain of events, most of them tragic, leading up to the country’s strange current predicament.
As the names of their countries suggest, there’s little ethnic or linguistic difference between the people of Somalia and Somaliland. The entity that today calls itself the Republic of Somaliland owes its existence to two main factors: its proximity to Yemen and its abundance of sheep. In the late 19th century, Britain (with the support of Italy) and France (with the support of Russia) were locked in a struggle for control of the Nile. As a means of both countering French influence and ensuring a regular supply of mutton for its garrison at the Yemeni port city of Aden, Britain signed a series of agreements with tribes in northern Somalia.
In the words of the historian Ioan Lewis, “in relation to its size and significance” Somaliland was “one of Britain’s least rewarding possessions”. Yet there’s a good case to be made that its marginal status as a colony benefited the country in the long run. Whereas Somaliland had been considered a backwater by the British, and therefore left mostly to govern itself through the existing clan structure, Italy considered Somalia an integral part of its short-lived ambitions to build a north African empire that also included modern-day Libya and parts of Egypt.

It shouldn’t be surprising that today the territory where the colonising power had more ambitious state-building goals is the more unstable. There is evidence from studies of regions of India and other parts of Africa to support the notion that postcolonial countries where colonisers had a lighter touch turned out better in the long term.
As Somalilanders will often remind you, it was, in the past, an independent country, fully recognised by the international community, including the UN. But this halcyon period lasted less than a week. On 26 June 1960, the former Protectorate of Somaliland became fully independent from British rule, its independence recognised by 35 countries around the world, including the US. The next day, its new legislature passed a law approving a union with the south. On 1 July, Somalia became independent from Italy, and the two were joined together. It is a decision Somaliland has regretted almost ever since.
Difficulties emerged almost immediately, and just a year after independence, voters in the north rejected a new constitution. The marriage was off to a rocky start. Things would go from bad to worse in 1969 when an officers’ coup brought a general named Siad Barre to power.
The tensions within Somaliland society escalated as Barre’s long reign continued. Since independence, Somalia and Somaliland’s leaders have tended to favour members of their own clans and subclans with patronage. There are six main Somali clans, with dozens of subclans. The vast majority of those living in what is now Somaliland come from various branches of the Isaaq clan. The south is more heterogeneous. Barre may have espoused a doctrine of “scientific socialism”, a fusion of terrible governance ideas imported from China, North Korea and Nasserite Egypt, but he was not above ethnic nationalism, privileging his own Darod clan, which added to the resentment of the northern Isaaqs.
During the 1980s, with support for Barre and his harsh military regime eroding, a primarily Isaaq northern rebel group known (somewhat misleadingly), as the Somali National Movement (SNM) emerged to challenge rule from Mogadishu. The crackdowns that followed simply added to the perception that the north was a region under occupation. This culminated in an all-out civil war between the SNM and the central government in the late 80s, during which thousands were killed and millions fled.
On 18 May 1991, the SNM proclaimed that the region was re-establishing its independence, severing its ties to the south, and would now be known as the Republic of Somaliland. The world, for the most part, shrugged. The slow and steady process of state formation in the north would be almost entirely overshadowed in the international media by the chaos engulfing the south, particularly after an international intervention two years later led to the infamous “Black Hawk down” incident and the killing of 19 American troops during the battle of Mogadishu.
So why has Somaliland been more successful and stable than its southern neighbour, even with virtually no assistance from the international community? The fact that is is largely populated by only one clan has helped it avoid tribal conflicts, unlike some other countries in the region. Most Somalilanders also point to the role of clan elders. In addition to a president and a traditional elected parliament, Somaliland has an unelected upper house of elders, somewhat similar to Britain’s House of Lords, which has a consultative role on certain legislation and is entrusted with settling disputes between the country’s subclans. “It’s the elders who really made this peace,” Mohamed Omar Hagi, a UK-based Somali activist, told me.
Somaliland has also been lucky to benefit from the leadership of a few individuals, most notably the country’s most prominent global advocate, Edna Adan. The most famous person in the country, she is generally just referred to in Somaliland as Edna. “We don’t have a George Clooney,” one local journalist told me, referring to the Hollywood star’s advocacy on behalf of South Sudan’s independence. “All we’ve got is Edna.”

When I met Adan at the maternity hospital and midwifery school she runs in Hargeisa, which everyone just calls “Edna hospital”, she handed me her business card, which on the back features the caption “Where is Somaliland?” with an arrow pointing to the country’s location on a map of the Horn of Africa. Job one for Adan, who has travelled throughout the world, is simply telling people what and where her country is. “I can’t get anyone to come here,” she sighs. “The teachers and doctors cannot come to us because their governments tell them not to. I don’t know how you slipped through the net.”
Adan’s office was decorated with photos of dignitaries she has met, from Hillary Clinton to Kofi Annan. The centrepiece was a striking photo of a very young Edna with her late husband, Mohamed Ibrahim Egal, at the White House with Lyndon B Johnson in 1968, when Egal was prime minister of Somalia.
Adan was Somalia’s first qualified nurse-midwife, and the first Somali woman to drive. She spent years as a UN and WHO official before returning to Somaliland to build the hospital with her own savings; for all its limitations on personnel and equipment, it is one of the premier facilities in the Horn of Africa. She’s been called the Muslim Mother Teresa for her work in promoting women’s health and campaigning against female genital mutilation. She also served for several years as Somaliland’s foreign minister, continuing to deliver babies while on the job.
Although her political activities receive less attention than her public health work, Adan is also a tireless advocate for Somaliland’s independence. “For 25 years I’ve been waiting for the world to see how stable, peaceful and governable we are,” she told me, decrying what she called the “world conspiracy against Somaliland’s recognition”. Adan sees Somaliland’s unrecognised status as the main reason for its lack of economic progress over the past quarter-century.
Non-recognition by western powers is having an impact on the status of women as well, Adan argued, saying that western countries’ lack of engagement was opening the door to the influence of fundamentalists from the Gulf. She pointed to an old photo of herself as first lady in a chic cocktail dress: “You see my pictures! We never used to cover ourselves from head to toe,” she said. “We had necks, we had hair, we were people. Others are getting into Somaliland faster than the west. And if that keeps on like this, heaven help us.”
She echoed a theme I heard a lot in Somaliland, that the country is a rare beacon of stability in a very dangerous region. Somaliland is indeed stable by local standards, but it’s not exactly prospering. Reliable statistics are hard to come by, but, in 2012, the World Bank estimated its GDP per capita at just $348 (£267), which would make it the fourth-poorest country in the world. Its main industry is livestock export, which accounts for about 70% of jobs. Its main customers are in the Middle East, and business picks up during the annual hajj in Mecca. With few opportunities at home, it’s not surprising that an estimated 44% of unemployed youth have stated their intention to migrate.
A large number of people are also dependent on $500m per year in remittances from the roughly million-strong Somaliland diaspora living for the most part in Britain, the US, Scandinavia and elsewhere in Africa. This isn’t unusual for developing countries, but officials are understandably worried that this flow of cash from abroad is a finite resource. Most members of the diaspora are refugees who left the country during the violence of the 1980s. Their children are less likely to feel the need to support aunts and uncles they barely know. “These offspring are now basically Americans or British or French or whatever,” energy minister Hussein Abdi Dualeh told me. “They don’t have the same attachment to the country.”
With remittances likely to dry up in the coming years, and livestock an unreliable resource, the government is looking for other sources of investment, but Somaliland is a place with an image problem. “The name always scares people,” said Dualeh. “Anything that starts with ‘Somali’, no matter how it ends, is a red flag for a lot of people. But companies who are here realise it’s a very benign, very safe environment.”
The twin hopes for the Somali economy are oil exploration – currently being carried out by a handful of hardier energy firms off the coast – and a plan by Dubai Ports World to develop the Red Sea port of Berbera, which could conceivably be an alternative means of bringing goods by sea into landlocked Ethiopia. But it’s hard to imagine that plan taking off without a serious improvement in roads and infrastructure, and that probably requires international investment.
And for that in turn, once again, it would be helpful for other countries to know that Somaliland exists, and isn’t the same country as Somalia.
One highly unusual feature of Somaliland’s situation is that it’s not actually looking to challenge the much-maligned borders drawn by Europeans across the African continent – it’s looking to restore them. “The international community said we seceded from Somalia. We did not. We already had our own nation,” said Mohammed Ahmed Mohamoud, AKA Barwani, a civil society activist and director of the Somaliland Non-State Actors Forum. “Our borders were established through an agreement between the Italian government and the British,” said foreign minister Saad Ali Shire. “It’s an internationally determined boundary.”
Although it’s true that Somaliland voluntarily erased the border with Somalia in 1960, Somalilanders don’t consider that decision irreversible. As Somalilanders often point out, theirs wouldn’t be the first country to back out of a postcolonial merger. Senegal and the Gambia, a narrow strip of a country located completely within Senegal’s territory, were joined together as the confederation of Senegambia from 1982 to 1989. Egypt and Syria were briefly joined together as the United Arab Republic from 1958 until 1961, when Syria seceded. If these countries couldn’t make their marriages work, why, Somalilanders ask, should Somaliland be stuck in a loveless alliance?

These arguments were hard to argue with in Hargeisa. But in the outside world, they’re unlikely to prove persuasive. For Somaliland, the frustrating reality is that the world map is preserved in place less by international law or even custom than by what’s sometimes called “path dependence” – the thousands of small decisions that, over time, lead to the creation of institutions, and that are very hard to unmake without massive disruption. Countries tend to stay the way they are, and people, with some justification, believe it would be awfully difficult and dangerous to change them.
The last major wave of country creation took place in the early 1990sm as the end of the cold war hastened the breakup of the Soviet Union and the explosion of Yugoslavia. Since then, only a handful of new countries have joined the club – and many of them have struggled.
But, as Shire, the foreign minister, points out, Somaliland does exist already, and it is long past time for the international community to recognise that. “Somaliland fulfills all the conditions for an independent state,” he said. “I think everyone sympathises with the Somaliland case. Even when we are not recognised de jure, we are recognised de facto. When I travel, I am treated like a foreign minister. We deal with the UN and the international community as an independent country. We are treated as de facto independent – it is only the de jure recognition of sovereignty [we lack].”
The argument against Somaliland’s independence rests largely on factors beyond the country’s control. Somaliland officials are used to hearing that if their independence were recognised, it would set off a domino effect for nationalist movements, destabilising the continent. If Somaliland were independent, what would stop other regions from trying the same thing?
International organisations such as the African Union and the Arab League are hostile to the idea of recognising further territorial divisions. Countries wary of their own separatist movements don’t want to establish any sort of precedent. The UN, which has invested enormous resources in promoting stability and unity in Somalia as a whole, views Somaliland as a hindrance to those goals rather than any sort of beacon of stability. Somaliland’s neighbour Ethiopia mostly supports it, but given Addis Ababa’s wariness about its own Somali separatists, it likely prefers the status quo – a weak and divided Somalia – rather than a strong independent Somali state on its borders. The two most recent instances of country creation in Africa – autocratic, impoverished Eritrea and anarchic, violent South Sudan – have not bolstered Somaliland’s argument that its recognition would be a boon to regional and global stability.
Western observers, both governmental and non-governmental, have generally been more positive. Noting that Somaliland, unlike most of its neighbours, has had several contested elections and peaceful transfers of power since independence, the US NGO Freedom House classified it as an “emerging democracy”, and it is the only country in its region considered at least “partly free” or higher on the group’s annual rankings.
As far back as 2003, the International Crisis Group argued that the choice facing the international community was to “develop pragmatic responses to Somaliland’s demand for self-determination or continue to insist upon the increasingly abstract notion of the unity and territorial integrity of the Somali Republic”. In 2007, a US defence official described Somaliland to the Washington Post as “an entity that works”, and said that in the Pentagon’s view “Somaliland should be independent”.

But even if non-African governments are, on the whole, generally sympathetic to Somaliland, it’s not enough of a priority to upset the status quo. Somalilanders like to joke mischievously that they have been too well behaved. After all, the other countries that have gained recognition in recent years have done so after wars and genocides.
“Being a peaceful, democratic and developing state isn’t helping Somaliland gain international recognition,” said Hagi. “Somaliland is very quiet. It’s a peaceful place. The international community doesn’t really care about a peaceful place. When there is a problem in a country, the international community is always there – Somalia, Iraq, Syria, Libya. When there’s no problem there, there’s no point in coming to build a state.”
Or, as Adan puts it: “At 78, I don’t want to face the possibility that everything I’ve been taught about democracy and human rights is wrong. Maybe I should just go join the Taliban.”
They are joking, of course, but without some major turning point or dramatic shift in global priorities, it’s hard to see Somaliland winning recognition. The world will continue to defend an abstract principle of territorial integrity in the face of the clear will of the people of Somaliland.
Recently, there have also been some troubling indications that Somaliland’s much-vaunted peace and stability might be more fragile than it seems. Dozens have been killed in fighting between Somaliland and Puntland – a neighbouring semi-autonomous region of Somalia – as part of a long-running clash over a disputed border region. Monitors have warned that the conflict risks breaking out into open war. The Somaliland government has also been condemned for detaining and harrassing journalists covering the conflict.
For all its serious problems, though, it is hard to argue with Somaliland’s relative success. Perhaps this is the bigotry of low expectations, but whatever negatives you can say about the place, it’s not Somalia. With little help from the outside, Somaliland has had to do an awful lot on its own, and arguably done it better than many of its recognised counterparts.
“In many African countries that have been recognised, they are still struggling,” said Barwani. “So, sometimes we say that maybe being a de facto state is better. Because many recognised states in Africa failed, and they became a one-party system of a dictatorship with no free media and no space for citizen participation. For us, we have so many things. No limitations, no restrictions.”
Looking at the decades of support given by the US to dictators such as Mobutu Sese Seko, or considering the destabilising role of western oil companies in countries such as Nigeria, there’s a case to be made that if that’s what engagement with the outside world means for fragile African states, maybe Somaliland has been better off without it. If, at some point in the future, the world does decide to recognise its independence, bringing with it the attendant investment and diplomatic engagement, Somaliland will be in a stronger and more stable position to handle it. Shire remains optimistic that this day will come. “We’ve waited 25 years already. We don’t mind waiting another 25.”Adapted from Invisible Countries: Journeys to the Edge of Nationhood by Joshua Keating ispublished by Yale University Press, and available at guardianbookshop.com
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Kooxda kubadda cagta Liverpool ayaa dhamaystirtay heshiiska goolhayihii xulka qaranka Brazil iyo naadiga Roma ee Alisson Becker, kaas oo lacagtii ugu badnayd ee abid lagu iibsado goolhaye kusoo qaadatay.Liverpool ayaa u shubtay Roma lacag dhan £65  milyan oo Gini, si ay uga baxdo dhibaatada goolhaye la’aanta ee sannadihii ugu dambeeyey guul-darrooyinka soo gaadha loo nisbayn jiray, isla markaana raadkii ugu dambeeyey ahaa kulankii finalka Champions League ee xili ciyaareedkii tegay oo khalad uu sameeyey Karius ay Real Madrid koobka kaga qaadday.Heshiiska Becker ugu wareegay Liverpool waxa uu buugga taariikhda baalka koowaad ka beddelay ruug caddaaga Talyaaniga ah ee Buffon oo muddo 17 sannadood ah ay dunidu u aqoonsanayd goolhayaha ugu qaalisan caalamka oo dhan, kaddib markii ay Juventus sannadkii 2001 kaga soo iibsatay Parma lacag dhan £32.5 milyan oo Gini.Haddaba waxa aanu halkan idiinku soo gudbinaynaa 21-ka goolhaye ee dunida ugu qaalisan, kuwaas oo kooxuhu ay kula kala wareegeen lacagtii ugu badnayd.21. Sebastien Frey – £9.8m: Inter Milan ayaa kasoo iibsatay naadiga yar ee Cannes sannadkii 1998 iyadoo u dhubtay lacag dhan £9.8 milyan oo Gini, hase yeeshee goolhayahan u dhashay waddanka Faransiiska ayaa ku fashilmay inuu kasoo baxo shaqadii loo soo iibsaday, waxaana uu beddel suge u noqday halyeygii Gianluca Paglica, ka hor intii aanu u wareegin Parma iyo Fiorentina oo wakhtiyo wanaagsan uu ku qaaday.20. Fraser Forster – £10m: Sannadkii 2014 ayaa lagu tilmaamay mid ka mid ah goolhayeyaasha waddanka Ingiriiska u dhashay ee haybadda ciyaareed leh, waxaana markaas lacag dhan £10 kasoo bixisay Southampton oo kasoo qaadatay Celtic, hase yeeshee bandhig ciyaareed wanaagsan oo uu muujiyey kaddib, waxa uu ka baxay horyaalka Premier League oo ay ugu dambaysay bishii December ee 2017.19. Wojciech Szczesny – £10m: Kooxda kubadda cagta Juventus ayaa heshiis la gashay Arsenal si ay uga qaadato goolhaye Wajciech Szczesny, waxaanay u shubtay lacag dhan £10 milyan, si uu beddel ugu noqdo Gianluigi Buffon oo gaboobay, waxaana uu hadda lambarka koowaad ee naadiga haysta horyaalka Talyaaniga kula dagaallamayaa Mattia Perin oo midkood si rasmi ah uu u buuxin doono booskii uu banneeyey Buffon oo u wareegay PSG.18.  Asmir Begovic – £10m: Shan sannadood oo uu u ciyaarayey Stoke City addib, waxa uu lacag dhan £10 milyan ugu wareegay Chelsea sannadkii 2015, balse waxa uu awood u yeelan waayey inuu fursad ka helo Thibaut Courtois, waxaanay taasi khasabtay in goolhayahan reer Bosnia uu u wareego Bournemoth xagaagii hore.17. Petr Cech – £10m: 11 sannadood oo cajiib ahaa oo uu la joogay Chelsea kaddib, waxa uu Petr Cech go’aan ku gaadhay sannadkii 2015 inuu u wareego kooxda reer London ee Arsenal iyadoo uu ogyahay xafiiltanka Chelsea kala dhexeeya. Waxay markaas Chelsea heshay lacag dhan £10 milyan oo Gini oo ay Arsenal bixisay.16. Ivan Pelizzoli – £10.2m: Markii ay Roma baankeeda lacagta u jjebisay Ivan Pelizzoli waxa ahaa 20 jir kaliya, waxaanay kasoo qafaalatay Atalanta oo uu udub-dhexaad u ahaa xili ciyaareedkii markaas dhamaaday, hase yeeshee marnaba kama soo bixin wixii laga filayey, waxaana ay taasi keentay in kooxdu iska dirto oo uu horyaalka heerka labaad ka ciyaaro.15 Mattia Perin – £10.5m: Goolhayihii koowaad ee Genoa, Mattia Perin ayaa ay Juventus xagaagan kasoo bixisay lacag dhan £10.5  milyan si uu ugu dagaallamo booska uu banneeyey Buffon oo PSG u wareegay.14. Jasper Cillessen – £11.1m: Goolhayahan heerka caalami ee reer Holland ayaa Barcelona ay sannadkii 2016 soo iibsatay, hase yeeshee kursiga kaydka ayaa uu weli ku jiraa isagoo booska koowaad uu ka haysto Marc-Andre ter Stegen.13. Angelo Peruzzi – £12.5m: Si kalgacayl leh ayay dadkuu ugu yeedhaan magaca Tyson iyo The Boar, iyagoo uga jeeda jidhkiisa awoodda badan. Waayadiisii waxa uu kasoo ciyaaray labada kooxood ee Juventus oo kala soo wareegtay Lazio, hase yeeshee mar kale ayaa suuqa lasoo dhigay oo ay Lazio kagala soo noqotay Juventus lacag dhan £12.5 milyan, waxaana uu markaas kaddib la joogay toddoba sannadood.12 Jan Oblak – £12.5m:  Udub-dhexaadka kooxda Atletico Madrid ee wakhtigan, waxa uu kooxda Diego Simeone ku biiray sannadkii 2014 iyagoo kasoo bixiyey lacag dhan £12.5 milyan oo ay kaga soo qaateen Benfica si uu u buuxiyo booskii uu markaas bannaynayey Courtois oo Chelsea ay amaah kaga soo qaateen, dibna ugu laabanayey.11 Angelo Peruzzi – £13.3m: Inter Milan ayaa sannadkii 1999 ka soo iibsatay Juventus iyagoo bixiyey lacag dhan £13.5 milyan, hase yeeshee xili ciyaareedkii u horreeyey oo dhan waxa uu saftay hal kulan, kaddib dhamaadkii xili ciyaareedkiisii u horreeyeyna waxa uu u wareegay Lazio oo lacag yar oo jaban ay Inter ka siisay.10. Sebastien Frey – £14.7m: Markii uu boos ka waayey Inter Milan oo uu hormood u ahaa goolhayihii ruug-caddaaga ahaa ee Francesco Toldo, waxa uu Frey ku khasbanaaday inuu ka tago garoonka San Siro oo uu u wareego Parma oo uu markaas ka tegay Buffon, waxaana ay Inter ka heshay lacag dhan £14.7 milyan oo ay ka shubtay Parma.9. Claudio Bravo – £15.4m: Markii uu Pep Guardiola la wareegay Manchester City waxa uu ka mid noqday ciyaartooyadii ugu horreeyey ee uu heshiiska la galay, waxaanu markiiba booska kala baxay Joe Hart, hase yeeshee isaga laftiisa masiibo ayaa ku dhacday markii uu sameeyey khaladaad waaweyn oo sababay in kursiga kaydka loo diro xili ciyaareedkii tegay ee 2017 oo Ederson lambarka koowaad lasiiyey.Man City waxay Barcelona u shubtay markii ay Bravo soo kaxaysanaysay lacag dhan £15.4 milyan oo gini.8. Francesco Toldo – £17m: Markii uu udub-dhexaad u noqday kooxdii Parma sannadkii 2001 ee ay laacibiinteeda ka midka ahaayeen Gabriel Batistuta iyo Rui Costa, waxa uu Francesco Toldo u wareegay Inter Milan oo kasoo bixisay lacag dhan £17 milyan oo Gini. Waxa uu San Siro joogay siddeed sannadood oo uu sannadihii 2005 iyo 2010 kula guuleystay horyaalka Serie A.David de Gea – £18.9m: Go’aankii Manchester United ay sannadkii 2011 ku gaadhay inay £20  milyan ka bixiso De Gea oo ay da’diisu yarayd, waxay u muuqatay arrin waali ah markii uu kulamadii u horreeyeyba sameeyey Khaladaad waaweyn.Isaga oo Atletico Madrid jooga ayaa ay Manchester aamintay, waxaana markii uu Premier League yimid ee uu wakhti kooban joogay ka mid noqday ciyaartooyada ugu muhiimsan ee Red Devils, iyadoo saddexdii sannadood ee tegayna uu noqday goolhayaha ugu wanaagsan horyaalka waddanka Ingiriiska.6. Bernd Leno – £19.2m: Waa goolhaye da’ yar oo uu tababaraha cusub ee Arsenal ee Unai Emery doonayo inuu ku aamino lambarka 1aad, isla markaana uu booska ka cidhiidhsado Petr Cech. Waxay Gunners kasoo bixisay £19.5 milyan Gini oo ay siisay Bayern Munich oo ah halkii uu kusoo baxay.5. Manuel Neuer – £21m: Imaatinkiisii Bayern Munich waxa uu kooxda reer Bavaria u horseeday guulo xidhiidh ah oo horyaalka dalka gudihiisa ah. Manuel Neuer oo lagu tiriyo goolhayeyaasha dunida ugu wanaagsan, waxa uu hadda garoonka Alianz Arena ku sugan yahay xili ciyaareedkiisii toddobaad oo uu doonayo inuu mar kale guulo la gaadho.Waxa uu Bayern Munich kaga soo biiray kooxda kale ee ka dhisan isla Germany ee Schalke oo Bayern ay kagala soo wareegtay lacag dhamayd £21 milyan oo Gini, hase yeeshee wuu u qalmayey wixii laga bixiyey marka la eego sida uu qaybta weyn uga qaatay guulihii kooxdu gaadhay muddadii uu joogay.4 Jordan Pickford – £25m: Xagaagii hore ayay Everton £25 milyan oo Gini kaga soo iibsatay Sunderland oo u dhaadhacday heerka labaad, hase yeeshee waxa uu muujiyey ciyaar wanaagsan, isagoo goolhayaha koowaad ee xulka qaranka England ahaa Koobkii Adduunka Ruushka ee ay kaalinta afraad ka galeen.3. Ederson – £35m: Manchester City ayaa xagaagii hore ka dhigtay goolhayaha labaad ee dunida ugu qaalisan laacibka reer Brazil ee Ederson markii ay lacag dhan £35 milyan oo Gini u shubtay Benfica. Waxa uu beddelay oo booska koowaad markiiba kala baxay goolhaye Bravo oo khaladaad badan sameeyey.2. Gianluigi Buffon – £32.6m: Muran la’aan waxa heshiiskii ay Juventus kula soo wareegtay lagu tilmaamay kii ugu qaalisanaa qarnigii 21aad ee goolhaye lala galay markii ay Parma kaga soo iibsatay lacag dhan £32.6 milyan oo gini sannadkii 2001. Muddo 17 sannadood ah oo uu joogay Juventus waxa uu la qaaday koobab tiro badan isaga oo u adkaystay sannado dib loogu celiyey heerka labaad iyo saddexaad kaddib musuq-maasuq lagu eedeeyey Old Lady.1. Alisson – £65m: Liverpool ayaa u jebisay qasnaddeeda goolhayaha xulka qaranka Brazil ee Alisson Becker oo noqonaya midka ugu qaalisan dunida. 25 jirkan ayay Reds u dhaqaaqday si ay uga baxdo mushaakilka faraha badan ee sannadihii u dambeeyey ka haystay goolhayeyaasha, waxaana ay Roma u shubtay lacag dhan £65 milyan oo Gini oo ka dhigaysa goolhayihii ugu qaalisanaa taariikhda.Warbixintan waxa diyaariyey: Cabdiwahab Axmed Cabeeye





Wixii ku seegay intii uu socday Koobka...
Friday, July 20, 2018 - 00:02





LeBron James oo ku biiray LA LakersSi aan hore loo sii shaacin oo aan la buunbuunin ayaa loo sheegay in LeBron James uu ku biiray LA Lakers. Waa markii labaad ee uu ka tago Cleveland Cavaliers.Waxa aan la sii shaacin waa in ay soo daba socdaan rajon Rondo, JaValee McGee iyo Lance Stephenson.
Crisitiano Ronaldo oo heshiis la saxiixday JuventusKa dib markii uu 438 goor u saftay, 450 goolna u dhaliyey Real Madrid, xiddiga Portugal u dhashay ee magaciisa loo soo gaabiyo CR7 wuxuu kooxda Serie A ugu xoogga badan ugu wqareegay $116 Malyan.Waa mid ka mid ah heshiisyadii ugu muhiimsanaa ee lagu dhamaystiray todobaad gudihiis, ka dib markii uu 33 jirkaas ka soo laabtay koobka adduunka.
Novak Djokovic oo ku guulaystay WimbledonMarkii uu imaanayey Wimbledon, Djokovic wuxuu ku jiray kaalinta 12aad ee laacibiinta Tenniska, dhaawacyana waa qabay, laakin caqabad kuma aysan noqon. Wuxuu Semifinalka ka badiyey rafael Nadal, cayaarta kama dambaysta ahna wuxuu garaacay Kevin Anderson.Anderson oo u dhashay South Africa wuxuu semi finalkii labaad ee taariikhda koobka Wimbledon ugu dheeraa kaga soo badiyey John Isner, ka horna wuxuu soo garaacay Roger Federer.
Wayne Rooney oo ku biiray D.C UnitedKa dib kala wareeg dheer, oo lagu tilmaamay xataa inuu ka dheeraa oloeyaasha madaxweynayaasha, ayaa laacibkii Manchester United iyo xulka Ingiriiska, wuxuu aakhiritaankii ka gudbay badda Atlantic, isagoo heshiis la saxiixday kooxda D.C United.Cayaartiisii ugu horreysay ayuu beddel ku soo galay, ayadoo kooxdiisu ay 3-1 Axaddii kaga badiyeen Vancouver Whitecaps.





Daawo: Qaabkii Cajiibka Ahayd Ee Ay...
Thursday, July 19, 2018 - 22:59





Kooxda Liverpool ayaa si Rasmi ah ugu dhawaaqday heshiiska rikoodh jabiska ah ee goolhayaha ugu qaalisan suuqa kala iibsiga ee Alisson Becker.Reds ayaa Alisson ka soo bixisay lacag dhan 67 milyan oo euro isaga oo noqon doona Goolhayaha 1-aad ee kooxda Liverpool ee xilli ciyaareedka dambe.Alisson ayaa rikoodhka goolhayaha ugu qaalisan taariikhda ka jabiyay goolhayaha ay isku xulka yihiin ee Aderson una ciyaara Kooxda Man City Laacibtv Ka Daawo Muuqaalkan





RASMI: Kooxda Liverpool Oo Ku...
Thursday, July 19, 2018 - 22:59





Kooxda Liverpool ayaa si rasmi ah ugu dhawaaqday in ay dhamaystirtay goolhayihii kooxda AS Roma ee Alisson Becker. Kadib markii ay kooxda Roma barteeda twitterka ku sii macasalaamaysay goolhaye Alisson isla markaana ay wanaag uga rajaysay mustaqbalkiisa ayay ugu danbayn Liverpool dhinaceeda kaga dhawaaqday dhamaystirka heshiiskii abid ugu qaalisanaa ee goolhaye lagula wareegay.Liverpool ayaa waqti kooban si wayn ugu hawl gashay in ay kooxaha Chelsea iyo Real Madrid ka dulqaado goolhaye Alisson kadib markii uu Jurgen Klopp si cad u ogaaday in goolhaye Loris Karius aanu ka waantoobayn qaladaadkii finalkii Champions League kadib markii uu kulamada saaxiibtinimo markale sameeyay qaladaad xun.Wuxuan Jurgen Klopp kooxdiisa ka dalbaday in Alisson la keeno Anfield taas oo sabab u noqotay in Liverpool ay rekoodhka suuqa aduunka ee goolhayayaasha ay u jabisay Alisson waxayna ka soo bixisay  €72.5 milyan Euros laakiin haddaba Liverpool ayaa 12 milyan gini ku iibisay goolhayihii da’arka ahaa ee Danny Ward kaas oo Leicester City heshiis la gaadhay.Kooxda AS Roma ayaa si rasmi ah u shaacisay qiimaha ay kooxda Liverpool kaga iibisay goolhaye Alisson waxayna xaqiijisay in qiimaha uu goolhayaha ree Brazil ugu biiray Liverpool uu yahay €72.5 milyan euros.Jurgen Klopp ayaa goolhayaha koowaad ee kooxdiisa xili ciyaareedka cusub ka dhigan doona Alisson kaas oo hadda dib ugu laabtay dalka Talyaaniga kadib markii uu wax walba oo ay Reds uga baahnayd dhamaystiray.War saxaafadeedka ay Liverpool ku shaacisay in ay dhamaystirtay heshiiska taariikhiga ah ee ay rekoodhkii suuqa goolhayayaasha ku dhigtay ee Alisson ayaa lagu yidhi: ” Kooxda kubbada cagta Liverpool waxay dhamaystirtay saxiixa goolhaye Alisson Beckeer oo ay AS Roma kala soo wareegtay”.Waxaana qoraalka la sii raaciyay: ” 25 sano jirkani waxa uu Reds u saxiixay qandaraas waqti dheer ah kadib markii uu maray tijaabada caafimaadka isla markaana uu si rasmi ah maanta ugu dhamaystiray Melwoos”.Goolhaye Alisson Becker oo la hadlay shabakada rasmiga ah ee Liverpool oo iyada lafteedu waqti hawada ka baxday markii heshiiskan lagu dhawaaqay culayska jamaahiirta kubbada cagta awgeed ayaa isaga oo dareenkiisa ka hadlaya yidhi: “Xaqiiqadii anigu waan faraxsanahay, waa riyo aniga ii rumowday in aan xidho maaliyadan sharafta leh ee kooxda xajmigan leh taas oo lala soo qabsaday in ay markasta guulaysato”.Goolhaye Alisson ayaa sheegay in ku biirista Liverpool ay u tahay talaabo uu sare ugu qaaday noloshiisa iyo waayihiisa ciyaareed wuxuuna yidhi: “Dhinaca noloshadya iyo waayahyga ciyaareed, waa talaabo wayn in aan qayb ka noqdo qoyska kooxdan. Waad hubtaan in aan wax walba oo aan leeyahay siin doono”.Goolhaye Alisson oo waayihiisa ciyaareed ka soo bilaabay kooxda  Internacional ee dalkiisa Brazil ayaa sanadkii 2016 kii kooxda Roma ugu soo biiray 8 milyan euros oo kaliya isaga oo waliba aan hal kulan ugu soo bilaaban shaxda kooxdeeda xili ciyaareedkiisii ugu horeeyay laakiin xili ciyaareedkiisii labaad oo ahaa xili ciyaareedkii la soo dhaafay ayuu wacdaro dhigay.Alisson ayaa sidoo kale noqday goolhayaha kowaad ee xulka qaranka Brazil isaga oo Ederson oo Man City ka tirsan ka horeeya wuxuuna hadda dib ugu laabtay dalka Talyaaniga si uu u soo dhamaystirto hawlishiisii shaqsiga ahaa maadaama oo uu waqti deganaa Rome.





Barcelona Oo Dalab Lacag Iyo Ousmane...
Thursday, July 19, 2018 - 22:59





Wararka kasoo baxaya gudaha dalka Spain ayaa sheegaya in Barcelona ay dalab rasmi ah u dirtay maamulka kooxda Chelsea kaasoo ku aadan saxiixa xidiga reer Belgium ee Eden Hazard waxayna Barca doonaysaa in ay saxiixa Eden Hazard ku garaacdo Real Madrid iyada oo lacag kaash ah iyo waliba xidig muhiim ah iskugu daraysa.Eden Hazard ayaa ka mid noqday xidigaha inta ugu badan suuqa kala iibsiga looga hadlayo isaga oo dhawaan waraysiyo uu bixiyay si cad shaki u galiyay mustaqbalkiisa Chelsea laakiin macalinka cusub ee Sarri ayaa sheegay in uu ugu horayn la kulmi doono ciyaartoy muhiimka ah ee Blues.Wargeysyada ayaa maalmihii la soo dhaafay waxay baahiyeen warar ku aadan in Eden Hazard uu kusii dhawaanayo ku biirista kooxda Real Madrid, gaar ahaan xili laacibka  reer Belgium uu si aad ah u xiiseenayo xirashada maaliyada cadaanka ah ee Los Blancos.Laakiin radio “Onda Cero” ee dalka Spain ayaa wuxuu daboolka ka qaaday in Barcelona aysan wali ka quusan xiisaha ay ka qabto saxiixa Eden Hazard, inkastoo uu laacibka xiiseenayo u dhaqaaqista Santiago Bernabeu, waxayna ka gudbiyeen dalab cajiib ah si ay ugu qanciyaan Blues in laacibka uu u dhaqaaqo blugarana.Raadiyaha ayaa sheegay in Barcelona ay Chelsea u soo bandhigtay dalab qurux badan ay ku hileyso saxiixa da’ayarka reer France Ousmane Dembélé iyo lacago si kaliya uu Eden Hazard ugu dhaqaaqo garoonka Cump Nou.





Saxiixa Cusub Ee Kooxda Barcelona Ee...
Thursday, July 19, 2018 - 22:59





Saxiixa cusub ee kooxda Barcelona dhawaan kaga soo biiray kooxda Gremio ee Arthur Melo ayaa bixiyay waraysigii u horeeyay ee dhammaystian tan iyo imaatinkiisii Blaugrana, Arthur oo laga filayo inuu wax cusub kusoo kordhiyo khadka dhexe ee Barcelona ayaa ka hadlay qoddobo dhawr ah oo ay kamid yihiin Shaqsigii kula taliyay inuu kusoo biiro Barcelona & Haddii uu jeclaan lahaa inuu dhaxlo lambarka halyeey Andres Iniesta oo dhawaan ku biiray koox ree Japan ah.Arthur Melo oo ah xiddig hanaankiisa ciyaareed lala barbardhigo halyeeyadii Barcelona ee Xavi Hernandez iyo Lionel Messi ayaa tababarkii ugu horeeyay la qaatay kooxdiisa cusub isagoo farxad ka muujiyay maalmihiisii u horeeyay ee Blaugrana.Haddaba waxaan halkan idiinku soo gudbin doonaa waraysigii xiddiga ree Brazil inagoo soo qaadan doona qoddobadii uu ka hadlay kuwooda ugu muhiimsan, Waraysiga ayaan idiinku soo gudbin doonaa hab Su’aalo iyo Jawaabo ah.Sidee ayay ahaayeen maalmahiigii ugu horeeyay ee Barcelona adigoo garab jooga xiddigaha cusub ee isku kooxda tihiin?Waxkasta waxay ahaayeen heer sarre, Qaab dhismeedka kooxdu waa mid aan la dhacay qofkasta waa mid heer sarre ah waxaanay ahaayeen kuwo aad isoo dhaweeyay.Miyaad ka heshay hab ciyaareedka cusub mise way adagtahay in lala qabsadaa?Aad ayaan ugu raaxaysanayaa, Mid kamid ah waxyaabaha isoo jiitay waa qaabka ay u ciyaarayaan xaqiiqdii waa mid cajiib ah.Miyaad la hadashay tababare Enresto Valverde wali?Waan la hadlay tababaraha waxaana uu isiiyay kalsooni badan taas oo muhiim u ah laqabsigayga, Waxa uu igala hadlay wax ku saabsan taatikada iyada sida ay hawluhu uga socdaan halkan.Miyaad daawan jirtay Barcelona markii aad joogtay Brazil?Waxaan bilaabay daawashada kulamada Barcelona wakhtigii Ronaldinho, Intaa kaddib xiddigo kale oo ree Brazil ah ayaa yimid kooxda, Waxay ahaayeen kuwo aad u fiican, Waan jecelahay Barcelona sababtoo ah xiddigaheeda iyo qaab ciyaareedka ay soo bandhigto.Miyuu Neymar ku siiyay wax talo dhiirigalin ah oo aad ugu saxeexayso Barcelona?Haa, Markii an go’aansanayay inaan imaado iyo inkale, EWaxuu isoo diray farriin uu iigu sheegay dhammaan waxyaabaha fiican ee Barcelona, Waxa uu ka hadlay siday u ahayd koox cajiib ah oo ay joogaan dad aad kuusoo dhawaynaya, Magaalo fiican iyo inay waxyaabo fiican leedahay.Imika Iniesta wuu tagay, Miyaad jeclaan lahayd inaad dhaxasho maaliyada lambarka 8-aad?Xaqiiqdii ma xiisaynayo lambarada, Ujeedkaygu waa inaan xidho calaamada Barcelona, Inaan helo lambarka 8-aad ama lambar kale muhiim iima aha aniga waxa muhiimka ahi waa calaamada kooxda.