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Wararka Soomaalia oo Gaagaaban (7/11/2001)

 

7th November 2001, Report
prepared by Banadir.com

Garowe:- Shirkii beryahanba uga socday magaalada Garowe mas'uulinta Gobolka Puntland ayaa maanta hakad xoog leh galay kadib markii ciidamadii ilaalinayay ay gebi ahaan gadoodeen oo ay qabsadeen goobta shirka lagu qabanayay iyo Xaruunta Bankiga magaalada Garoowe , iyagoo ka cabanaya dib-udhac ku yimid dhanka mushaar qaadashada .Waxaa kaloo jira warar sheegaya in ujeedada ciidanka uu ahaa in lagu majaxaabiyo shirka iyo madaxda gobolkaba .

Jilib :- Warar ka imaanaya degmada Jilib ee Gobolka Jubbada Hoose ayaa sheegayaa in fatahaad weyn uu sameeyay webiga Jubba , dhibaato weyne uu gaarsiiyay dadweynihii degnaa tuulooyinka La-dhooko, Maaya-gaabo,Dhiimoole,Goomooleey iyo Kal-iyo-Kow , laakiin mas'uulinta iyo dadweynihii deganaa ay iska kaashadeen sidii looga moosi lahaa webiga meelaha uu ka fatahay . Waxaase jirta in laga niyad jabay tuulooyinka Sandariya iyo Goomeyne oo ay barakaceen dadkii degnaa, dhul beereedkii deegaankaasna uu halaabay .

Adis-Ababa :- War ay sii-daysay Wasaaradda Arrimaha Dibedda ee Ethiopia ayaa sheegay in Ethiopia ay ayidsan tahay meelmarinta qodobadii heshiiskii ay dhowaan ku gaaraan Nairobi Dawladda KMG ah iyo Hogaamiye Kooxeedyada mucaaradka ku ah ee ku jira SRRC, waayo waa mid dhiirigalin u noqon kara sidii xal waara loogu heli lahaa dhibaatada ka taagan Soomalia . Wuxuu warkaan ugu baaqay dhamaan kooxaha isku haya arrimaha Somalia inay xil gaar ah iska saaraan samata-bixinta dalkooda . Waxaa kaloo jira in Ra'iisul Waraaraha Ethiopia Meles Zenawi uu telefoon kula hadlay Madaxweynaha Kenya Danial Arab Moi intii uu socday shirkii Nairobi ee nabadeynta Soomaalida todobaadkii na soo dhaafay .

Cadan :- Ugu danbeyntii waxaa dalka Yemen lagu xiray dorraad afar nin oo Soomaali ah oo lagu eedeeyay inay si sharci darro ah ku keeneen Yemen 270 qof oo Soomaali oo 90 ka mid ah ay Amxaara yihiin , kadib markii doonadii ay la socdeen ay ku soo caariday xeebta Axwar ee Gobolka Shadwa . Sida ay sheegeen qaar ka tirsan dadkaas, waxay doonidaas ka soo shiraacatay meel u dhow magaalada Boosaaso , waxaana dadkaas lagu dejiyay xaafadda ay degaan qaxootiga Soomaalida ee Basaatiin oo ku taal Magaalada Cadan .

Somalia: Policemen disband Puntland clan conference

BBC Monitoring Service - United Kingdom; Nov 7, 2001 Text of report by Somali HornAfrik Online text web site on 7 November Reports from Garoowe [northeastern Somalia, Puntland administrative capital] say members of a special police force in Puntland have occupied the venue of the Garoowe clan conference and the national bank.

The police force whose loyalty is unknown is reported to have been complaining of salary delays. The matter has caused tension in Garoowe and has disrupted the clan conference which has been taking place there.

Somalia: Interim government invites world media to verify reports on terrorism

BBC Monitoring Service - United Kingdom; Nov 7, 2001

The interim [Somali] government has announced that it is inviting the international media to ascertain claims about the existence of Usamah Bin-Ladin's Al-Qa'idah training camps in Somalia, a claim that has been made by Ethiopia.

Deputy government spokesman Hasan Muhammad Haji Dusos told Qaran that his government was contacting the world media to know where the terrorist camps are located.

"Somalia has been facing destruction for the last 10 years and is not a threat to anyone," said Mr Dusos who denied the claims by Ethiopia about the terrorist camps.

Mr Dusos also said the interim government would cooperate with the international community on investigations into the operations of suspect companies that transfer money.

Somalia: Seized fishing trawler reportedly freed in Puntland

BBC Monitoring Service - United Kingdom; Nov 7, 2001

Reports from Eyl [northeastern Somalia, Puntland] say a fishing trawler which was being held there for four months has been freed.

The ship had 12 foreigners on board including the crew. According to reports, an unspecified amount of ransom was paid to free the trawler.

Somalia: Six killed in southcentral region as militiamen clash

BBC Monitoring Service - United Kingdom; Nov 7, 2001

Six people were killed early yesterday morning at a place called Dhariyow, 10 km from Wanlaweyn in Lower Shabelle Region [southcentral Somalia] during fighting between militiamen allied to Muse Sudi Yalahow, who is away in Ethiopia, and area clan militiamen.

Four of the dead men were from the area, while two were from Mr Yalahow's forces which had left Jawhar, Middle Shabelle Region, the previous night for the Somali-Ethiopian border to receive a consignment of arms donated by Ethiopia to the group.

Independent reports say Mr Yalahow's militiamen who were in 10 technicals [pickups mounted with guns] and five lorries are reported to have taken away a VHF radio from Dhariyow and headed for Ethiopia yesterday.

The vice-chairman of the political committee of the Galje'el clan, Mr Mahmud Muhammad Abdille (Hefo), accused Mr Yalahow's militiamen of carrying out provocative attacks on the area inhabited by his clan...

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