Monthly Archives: December 2011

URI Africa organized a conference in Somlaia on how to resolve religiously motivated violence

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The United Religions Initiative (URI) Africa organized a conference on how to resolve the religiously motivated violence in Somalia at hotel Nahru-nile in Mogadishu , Somalia on December 26, 2011. The conference was facilitated and coordinated by Mr. Daud Abdi … Continue reading

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Somali Piracy is bad. What about Spain Governmental Piracy?

There are some States who racket shipping in order to patch up their leaking budgets, most notorious are the States of Venezuela and North Korea. There are PSC inspectors, who racket shipping for their own benefit, there is almost no … Continue reading

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STILL OVER 400 SEAFARERS ARE HELD HOSTAGE IN SOMALIA !

STILL OVER 400 SEAFARERS ARE HELD HOSTAGE IN SOMALIA ! ECOTERRA Intl. has been the first group to clearly and publicly state that the piracy phenomenon off the Somali coasts can only become an issue of the past again, if … Continue reading

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Somali President meets with Journalists’ Leaders and Pledges Justice for the Murder of the Journalist

The National Union of Somali Journalists has launched a campaign for justice and entered its ninth day, following the murder of Somali journalist, Late Abdisalan Sheik Hassan (Hiis). The Journalists’ union, media executives, editors, prominent member journalists had taken part … Continue reading

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Grand Shock over Somali Media, mayor orders to kill journalist

The Somali Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (SOMESHA) Shocked to hear that the driver of the mayor of Mogadishu was been behind the murder of late journalist Abdisalam Sheikh Hassan (HIIS). According to an statement from the National … Continue reading

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Somali Media community held a national burial for late journalist

It has been a day full of deep sorrow and mourning for the Somali journalists, who were led to the funeral by some of The National Union of Somali journalists (NUSOJ) officials and Media group heads, arranging national burial for … Continue reading

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Somalia is tearing and dying by climate change

Somalia has a land of 637,540 square kilometers, a coastal line of 3,025 kilometers long, with approximately 8 million people. The natural resources of the country can be divided into marine resources such as fish and salt and surface resources … Continue reading

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