Warakii Ugu Dambeeyay


Elections Lower House from today in Mogadishu


Mogadishu:- Members of the Lower House elections from today in Mogadishu, according to reports of the Federal Election Commission swipe. Members of the Lower House election and the upper house will be held, politicians from Somaliland regions and as a Mortar. Up to three seats in the seats of the lower house, particularly in Mogadishu’s Day takes place at a ...

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Security in Mogadishu has been assembled


Mogadishu:- Game of fate waiting areas looga happening election was held in the Somali capital Mogadishu. We attended Chiefs of Police, Security, Corrections, Benadir officials and other designated areas Ensuring the security of the election. Administration spokesman C / PM Omar barrack that was supposed to troops during the elections. The cables have been deliberated to strengthen security in Mogadishu ...

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Michelle Obama ‘never’ will run for White House: president


WASHINGTON:- For anyone who might like to see Michelle Obama run for president as a Democrat, it’s time to rein in that early enthusiasm. Or so says her husband, President Barack Obama. “Michelle will never run for office,” the president said in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine done the day after Donald Trump’s surprise win, and amid some social ...

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MPs blame Museveni as clashes death toll rises to 87


Ugandan police said on Tuesday that 25 more bodies had been recovered after the weekend fighting in a western kingdom whose tribal monarch is accused of stoking a separatist rebellion. The death toll is now 87. “We recovered 25 bodies from two sub-counties on Monday and a post-mortem examination is being done,” Kasese district police commander Sam Odong told AFP. ...

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Court told of Akasha son’s link to death of British man in Nyali


A British man claims Baktash Akasha, the son of slain drug trafficker Akasha Abdalla, warned him against pursing an inquest into the death of his father. Richard John Veevers, a martial arts instructor from Halifax, United Kingdom, yesterday told court, Baktash threatened him with a gun during a meeting at a bar in Nyali in October last year and told ...

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Standard Group: Withdraw charges and terminate case against Joy Doreen Biira


The Standard Group has called on the Ugandan Government to withdraw charges against KTN news anchor and reporter Joy Doreen Biira who had been held at Kasese police station, western Uganda. Joy’s employer also wants the case against her terminated. She has been charged with abetting terrorism following her posts on social media that were prompted by the mass killings ...

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Four survive after aircraft crash-lands at JKIA


Nairobi:- Kenya Airports Authority has temporarily closed Jomo Kenyatta International Airport’s (JKIA) runway after an aircraft from Somalia crash-landed. It said in a post on its Twitter page that none of the four passengers aboard were injured. “Jambo, at 4.55pm today, an aircraft from Somalia made an emergency landing at JKIA. It landed on its belly and veered off the ...

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Syria war: Thousands uprooted from rebel-held east Aleppo


Thousands of civilians have left rebel-held eastern Aleppo districts, as the Syrian army continues its offensive to take full control over the city. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said as many as 10,000 residents fled to government-controlled western areas and a Kurdish-run northern district. Syrian state media put the number at more than 1,500, while Russia said that 2,500 ...

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Syria army captures rebel-held Hanano area in Aleppo


The Syrian army said it had taken control of an important district in rebel-held eastern Aleppo on Saturday after fierce fighting, with rebels blaming intense air strikes and lack of hospitals for their collapsing frontline. Government forces advanced with a ground and air assault on the edge of the besieged eastern half of the city into the Hanano housing area, ...

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Fidel Castro death: Cuba plunged into mourning for ex-leader


Cuba is mourning its revolutionary leader and former President Fidel Castro, whose death was announced late on Friday and has plunged the country into nine days of mourning. The body of the 90-year-old was due to be cremated at a private ceremony in Havana on Saturday. Some world leaders have been paying tribute to the 20th century icon. US President-elect ...

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