Monthly Archives: January 2012

African Journalists awaken of Climate change

Climate change is one of the most important issues on the global political and economic agenda, African citizens are slightest responsible for climate change and will be among the most affected because of they are poorly informed about the issue. … Continue reading

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US military released two foreign hostages by force in Somalia

TheUSsoldiers carried out a military action against Somali pirates in order to release two foreign hostages including American women. The operation was done on earlier Wednesday morning at around 4:30 AM in small village called Higalle and located in the … Continue reading

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SOMESHA Concerns over the murder attempt against its chief It was at around 12:30pm, on Monday 9th January 2012, at Bakara Market; Mr. Daud who was assessing the situation of main Somali Market together with another local journalist named Hassan … Continue reading

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Together we can, Somali Journalists Marked tangible move for Solidarity

Somalia’s former press freedom founder who is a prominent and member of the African green writers’ commission Mr. Daud Abdi Daud welcomed the systematic movement among Somali journalists based on their unity and applying to look for the way forward … Continue reading

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SOMESHA worried Somalia’s 2012 humanitarian access

Somalia has been mired in famine and violence, spurred by the efforts of Al Shabaab, an al Qaeda-linked militant group that has waged war against the country’s weak transitional federal government. The Somali Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture … Continue reading

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Somaliland should lift media freedom without condition

The Somali Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (SOMESHA) joins the desperate freedom call from the local and regional journalists Unions in Somalia and Uganda in order to make sure the media solidarirty in the region. The National Union … Continue reading

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