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New services emerge to help Somalis send money back home (AP) 24 APRIL - Even in the midst of a federal crackdown that shut several Minneapolis money-transfer services because of alleged terrorist

Somaliland President in Pretoria for Medical Check-Up April 24, 2002 - The president of the self-declared republic of Somaliland, Muhammad Ibrahim Egal, has gone to South Africa for a "working tour and

Nothing to do with terrorism April 23, 2002 BOSTON - By Jay Lindsay Associated Press BOSTON -- A man arrested during the nationwide crackdown on financial network

Somali community says anti-terrorism legislation would hurt April 23, 2002 BOSTON - Associated Press - Leaders of Minnesota's large Somali community asked legislators Monday to delay anti-terrorism

Judge rules some documents may be not admissible Associated Press Monday, April 22, 2002 BOSTON - A judge issued a preliminary ruling Monday that prosecutors cannot use key documents in their

MP hires planes to take crash victims to hospital By WAWERU MUGO (Daily Nation) - 22 April 2002 - Five people died while 30 others were injured when the lorry they were travelling in overturned near Wajir Town.

Man arrested during terror crackdown going on trial on money transfer charges BOSTON, Apr 21, 2002 (AP WorldStream via COMTEX) -- A man arrested during America's crackdown on financial networks

At last, Minnesota's Somalis can have a taste of homeland - camel meat Star Tribune Published Apr 22, 2002 - Somalis don't ride camels in the Twin Cities metro area, but the highly valued animals of their homeland are returning to the dinner table.

Agencies Move to Revive Education Sector Henry Neondo- Nairobi Somalia has been at war with itself for over ten years now. While notable efforts are being made to bring about political order

Child killed in fall from 18th floor of high rise apartment building TORONTO (CP) -- A three-year-old boy was killed in a fall from the 18th floor of an apartment building in the city's west end Thursday.

Puntland Leader Ready to Join United State (IRIN) Apr 18, 2002 - The president of the self-declared autonomous region of Puntland, in northeast Somalia, has pledged to join a united Somalia once

Djibouti criticizes "overzealousness and haste" of regional Somalia initiative BBC Monitoring Service - United Kingdom; Apr 18, 2002 In view of the upcoming Nairobi [Kenya] conference on Somalia

PRESS RELEASE: SACB DEEPLY CONCERNED ABOUT THE HUMANITARIAN AND SECURITY SITUATION IN SOMALIA’S GEDO REGION Apr 18, 2002 Press Rlease BySomalia Aid Coordination Body - Ka Akhriso ku tarjuman af Somaali

Somalia 'success' blunts al Qaeda campaign April 18 - THE WASHINGTON TIMES Pentagon officials believe Somalia is an early success in the 6-month-old war on terrorism, as diplomatic pressure

Djibouti Declines Fact-Finding Mission allafrika - (Nairobi) April 17, 2002 Two members of the Somali peace talks' technical committee left Nairobi for Somalia on a fact-finding mission on Wednesday

Spare War-Torn Somalia Anti-Terrorist Attack The East African Standard (Nairobi) April 17, 2002 By John G. Nderitu Hearts of violence haters throb with fear when they hear that the Global Anti-terrorism

Two connected to Somali group plead not guilty to evading banking rules ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- Two men who helped run the Virginia branch of a Somali-based financial network accused

Somali clan war victims moved to Nairobi April 17, 2002 Nairobi - By WAHOME THUKU Four victims of last week's Somali clan war were evacuated to Nairobi yesterday in critical condition.

In Mogadishu, war stirs a human health disaster April 16, 2002 MOGADISHU, Somalia — Water vendor Abdullah Hussein unhitches his donkey cart and sets off up a baking-hot Mogadishu street.

Talking Point : PEACE TALKS DOESN'T CONVINCE EVERY SOMALI April 13, 2002 - Talking Point By M. M. Afrah, Toronto (Canada) - Mr. Afrah is an outspoken Author/Journalist and a member of the Canadian Journalists for Free ......

Accord Signed to Use Djibouti Port April 16, 2002 - Ethiopia has signed a major agreement to use the Red Sea port at Djibouti, Ethiopian Trade Minister Girma Birru announced on Monday.

PRESS RELEASE April 14, 2002 TORONTO- Dr. Abdi Ulusso, Envoy to USA , Canada and UN and spokesperson for USC/SSA in North

Somalis miss forest for trees with destructive charcoal trade By Paul Salopek Chicago Tribune April 14, 2002 MOGADISHU, Somalia - Black markets don't get much blacker than Ali Mohamed Ali's grimy business.

Somalis flee into Kenya to escape clan fights By WAWERU MUGO Hundreds of people fleeing heavy fighting between rival clans in Somalia have sought refuge in Mandera Town.

Clans And Guns - A Deadly Combination in Somali Chaos Financial Gazette (Harare) April 11, 2002 His blood slowly staining a pillow red, Somali merchant Ali Moumin explains how a business

COMMENTARY: TRIBALISTS BETRAYED THE PEOPLES' HOPES April 8, 2002 - Commentry By M. M. Afrah, Toronto (Canada) - Mr. Afrah is an outspoken Author/Journalist and a member of the Canadian Journalists for Free ......

USDA disqualifies three Somalian markets from accepting federal food stamps Seattle Times - April 11 - Ahmed Sheik-Mohamud stood in his market yesterday, with its burlap bags of basmati rice

SOMALIA: First women's teacher training college opens NAIROBI, 10 Apr 2002 (IRIN) - The first all-women's teacher training college in Somalia officially opened in the capital, Mogadishu, on Tuesday.

Up to 1,000 Somali refugees planning move to Lewiston (press herald) 9 0f April 2002 - By KELLEY BOUCHARD - Lewiston's burgeoning Somali community may double in size after school ends in June.

PUNLANDERS: NO PEACE NO PROGRESS & NO LIFE on 8 0f April 2002 - Commentry By By Omarsharif oosaaf@hotmail.com

Prime Minister in Hospital 9 0f April 2002 (allafrika) - The prime minister of the Transitional National Government of Somalia, Hasan Abshir Farah, has been hospitalised in the United Arab Emirates

CHOLERA IN SOMALIA - AID AGENCIES WORKING WITH COMMUNITIES TO CONTROL OUTBREAKS AND PREVENT FURTHER DEATHS Nairobi - Somalia A id Coordination Body Health & Nutrition Sectoral Committee , Cholera Task Force

Terms for Reconciliation Talks Established Nairobi - A technical committee, meeting to prepare for Somali reconciliation talks, ended its deliberations on Friday by establishing the terms

Madoka call for an end to Somali war By Sylvester Okora - April 7 2002 - Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Minister Major (RTD) Marsden Madoka has reiterated the need for

Somali Warlords Reject Newly Formed Government April 6 — ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - A group of Somali militia chiefs rejected a new regional government on Saturday and accused its president

Ethiopian court convicts Somalis for bombings Addis Ababa - An Ethiopian court has found eight alleged members of a Somali Islamic group guilty of killing 36 civilians in bomb attacks on hotels and other.

Somali militia chief seeks grip on Mogadishu MOGADISHU, April 5 - A top Mogadishu militia leader said on Thursday a peace conference aimed at ending anarchy in Somalia should recognise his clan .

In response to COMMENTARY: DIFFERENCES SHOULD BE SETTLED AT THE NEGOTIATING TABLE By Abdi Warsame

NEWS RELEASE: UNDP HELPS AVERT SHUTDOWN OF SOMALI REMITTANCE FLOWS (UNDP) 5 of AprilNEWS RELEASE BY UNDP

U.S. Diplomats Return From Somalia MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) The American flag and seal looted from the U.S. Embassy in 1990 were returned to visiting U.S. diplomats, who left Thursday

COMMENTARY: DIFFERENCES SHOULD BE SETTLED AT THE NEGOTIATING TABLE April 3, 2002 - Commentry By M. M. Afrah, Toronto (Canada) - Mr. Afrah is an outspoken Author/Journalist and a member of the Canadian Journalists for Free ......

Ethiopia threatens peace, says Somali president MOGADISHU, April 3 — The president of Somalia's interim government accused neighbouring Ethiopia on Wednesday of supplying arms to Somali militia

Somalian trip significant for US Washignton - April 03 , United States officials have begun their highest-level visit to Somalia for several years to discuss the

Ali Hersi denies taking bribe BBC - April 03 , Former Somali soccer federation vice president Mohamed Ali Hersi has written a letter in which he has denied allegations of bribery and corruption.

INTERVIEW-Somali security chief seeks help in terror fight MOGADISHU, April 3 (Reuters) - Western forces on anti- terror patrol off Somalia would be more effective if they linked up with the interim

TNG: Incompetent or Willing Partner of the Environmental Rape - Charcoal Trade Issue of Somalia By Abdiwahab A. Musse

U.S. Team Visits Somalia to Discuss Terror, Peace MOGADISHU (Reuters) - U.S. officials on Wednesday began their highest-level visit to Somalia for several years to discuss the war on terrorism

UN Gives Green Light to Prepare for Peace Mission banadir.com as of April 3, 2002 - The UN Security Council last week said preparations should begin for a "comprehensive peace-building mission" in Somalia.

Preparations for Somalia Peace Meeting Kick off in Kenya NAIROBI, Apr 3, 2002 (Xinhua via COMTEX) -- A technical committee meeting preparing for the Somalia National Reconciliation Conference to

WARAR GOOS-GOOS AH OO SOOMAALIYA KU SAABSAN ! banadir.com as of April 1, 2002 - WARAR GOOS-GOOS AH OO SOOMAALIYA KU SAABSAN

COMMENTARY: DIFFERENCES SHOULD BE SETTLED AT THE NEGOTIATING TABLE April 3, 2002 - Commentry By M. M. Afrah, Toronto (Canada) - Mr. Afrah is an outspoken Author/Journalist and a member of the Canadian Journalists for Free ......

US Officials in Mogadishu banadir.com as of April 3, 2002 - A group of US officials has arrived in the Somali capital Mogadishu for talks with the Transitional National Government (TNG) and faction leaders opposed

UN Gives Green Light to Prepare for Peace Mission banadir.com as of April 3, 2002 - The UN Security Council last week said preparations should begin for a "comprehensive peace-building mission" in Somalia.

WARAR GOOS-GOOS AH OO SOOMAALIYA KU SAABSAN ! banadir.com as of April 1, 2002 - WARAR GOOS-GOOS AH OO SOOMAALIYA KU SAABSAN !

Meeting on Somali Peace to Be Held in Nairobi NAIROBI, Apr 1, 2002 (Xinhua via COMTEX) -- The technical committee on Somalia will meet in Kenyan capital Nairobi from Wednesday to

Faction declares autonomous state in south-west Somalia Mogadishu - Mar 31, 2002 The Rahanwein Resistance Army (RRA) faction declared a new autonomous state in southwest Somalia with

UN moves closer to political office in Somalia Business Recorder; Mar 31, 2002 UNITED NATIONS : Fearful Somalia could become a haven for terrorists, the UN Security Council gave a green light late on

TALKING POINT: THE DARK SIDE OF SOMALIA A DAY - IN THE LIFE OF A GUNMAN (MOORYAAN) March 31, 2002 - TALKING POINT By M. M. Afrah, Toronto (Canada) - Mr. Afrah is an outspoken Author/Journalist and a member of the Canadian Journalists for Free ......

Somali Traveller puts himself in baggage scanning machine ! By a staff reporter-Khaliij Times ,31st March 2002 Dubai,United Arab Emirates. MONITORING the X-ray machine while scanning passengers'

War Clouds Over Mogadishu 31st March, 2002 - Dan Connell Making Somalia the next military stop in the U.S. war on terrorism is a

FROM ANOTHER COUNTRY - Final Part Toronto-Canada -March 26 2002 - An extract from a book by M. M. Afrah to be published in Canada and the US.

Nairobi Peace Talks Face Delay Mogadishu- Somalia -Regionally sponsored peace and reconciliation talks on Somalia, originally scheduled to be held in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, in mid-April, are now

TALKING POINT: THE TRUTH NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH March 16th,2002 - TALKING POINT, By M. M. Afrah, Ottawa (Canada)


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