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History of Somalia

Somalia (Somali: Soomaaliya) is a coastal nation in East Africa, widely known as Horn of Africa. Continentally, it is surrounded by Ethiopia and Djibouti on the north and mid-west, and Kenya on its south-west. The Gulf of Aden is bordering Somalia in the North and the Indian Ocean streches along all its eastern coastline. With together 3,300 km Somalia has the longest coastline of any African state. This article describes its overall history...

Warsangeli

The Warsangeli (this is the correct term and not Warsangali, Warsengeli, Warsingeli or Uar-Sengeli) is a Somali clan of the Harti group ("Son of Mohamoud Harti"), a part of the Darod clan. In the Somali language Warsangeli means "Bring him good news" or "if you have good news, deliver them to him!".....

Darod

The word Daarood means an 'enclosed compound,' consisting the two words of daar (compound) and ood (enclosed place by wall, trees, woods, fence, etc). Alternatively the word may be a nickname meaning "blessed" in Arabic....

Las Khorey

Las Khorey (or Las Qorei, Laas Khoreh, Laasqoray) is an ancient coastal town in the region of Sanaag, Somalia. It has archaeological sites as well as ancient historic buildings. Most of the archaeological sites are still unexplored to the fullest....

 

 

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