Jahliyadda warsangeli oo Shir Ku Qabatay London waxaa maanta oo bishu tahay 16/06/08 ay shir ku qabateen magaaladda london kadib markii la ogaaday inay doonnayaan maamul goboleedka puntland iyo cade muusse innay fara gelin ku sameeyaan khayraadka warsangeli.
2008 Good Starts From Somalia (01.01.2008) A first piece of good news for the new, leap, year 2008 comes from the Warsangeli Sultanate that has been seriously engaged in environmental protection. As deforestation has advanced much in all parts of Somalia, the way to re-forestation passes through the elimination of the charcoal trade....
Airspace adventures - came the aircraft just wrongly or with a hidden agenda? (31.12.2007) Unknown unmanned air-reconnaissance vehicle or UAV has crashed on coast of Laasqoray - Reports coming from coastal city of Laasqoray are reporting that an unknown unmanned air-reconnaissance vehicle or UAV had landed last night on Hayranyele town, 15 km west of Laasqoray....
Africom And The New Scramble For Africa (23.12.2007) TEHRAN, Dec. 23 (MNA) -- The recent unveiling of Africom by the Bush administration is the clearest indicator yet of the military establishments continued ascendancy over the State Department in formulation and implementation of foreign policy, a trajectory that began soon after the conclusion of World War II.
Taakhiida Sanaag iyo xukunkeeda (December 2007) Xukunka Saladanada Sanaag kuma koobna ee intan oo keliya ee in tani waa in aan ku soo sameeyey naqtiin kuna tusaayey taariikhda boqorada Sanaag. marka sidaa u la socda in aanay taariikhadu in tan ahay ee ay intani hor dha u tahay.
How many states for the north? Africa Confidential - Vol 48 Number 21, 19th October 2007 - Tension between Somaliland (created in 1991) and the much less firmly established Puntland (created 1998) has been running high. On 1 July, yet another state, Maakhir, was inaugurated in northern Somalia and Puntland blamed that, unfairly, on Somaliland. Maakhir consists of four districts of Sanaag, one of the regions of Somaliland claimed by Puntland; the other is Sool.
Nabdoon Macalin Haaruun oo goor dhoweyd Muqdisho lagu dilay. (18.08.2007) Allaha u naxariistee waxaa goor dhoweyd Magaalada Muqdisho lagu dilay Nabadoonkii Beesha Warsangeli Abgaal Nabadoon Macalin Haaruun Macalin Yuusuf Beerey. Sida ay inoo xaqiijiyeen Ehelada Marxuumka oo aanu xiriir la sameynay kooxo ku hubeysan Bistoolado ayaa dhowr xabadood la dhacay Nabdoonka, xilli uu ka soo baxayay Masjid ku yaal Deegaanka Suuq Bacaad ee Degmada Yaaqshiid.
Jaaliyada Warsangeli ee UAE oo wadatashi la yeelatey Suldaan Saciid (20.06.2007) Suldaanka guud ee Beesha Warsangali oo in mudo ah safar ku joogaay dalka Emaaraatka carabta ayaa waxa uu kulamo is daba jooga la yeeshay xubnaha jaaliyada dhalinyaradda iyo aqoonyahanka wax garadka Beesha Warsangali ee ku nool Emaaraatka Carabta.
Wildlife trade in Somalia 2006 (PDF - 2 MB) Introduction: Somali wildlife has never been well protected, and important habitats harbouring Somalia’s biodiversity have been overexploited since the arrival of pastoralists at the Horn of Africa. On the other hand, the need for bush meat has always been low because 70% of Somali pastoral communities rely on domestic animals to satisfy their protein demand. Therefore, subsistence hunting occurred mainly during environmental disasters such as prolonged drought periods. Nonetheless, in northern and central Somalia, most big game such as elephant, giraffe and rhino became already extinct before World War II, owing to habitat alteration and overexploitation....
Sharia and UAE laws prohibit cruelty to animals (31.10.2005) Cruelty to animals is prohibited in the Islamic Sharia and UAE's laws, according to scholars and legal consultants. Every person who maliciously and intentionally maims, mutilates or tortures a living animal, or maliciously and intentionally kills an animal, is guilty of an offence punishable by imprisonment of up to one year, or by a fine of not more than Dh10,000, or by both the fine and imprisonment, Mohammad Ebrahim Al Shaiba, a Dubai-based legal consultant, told Gulf News yesterday...