Sunday, August 19, 2018
Wardheer News

The young Somalis recreating Mogadishu’s prewar splendour

By stephen Buranyi A project that uses crowdsourced photos of destroyed buildings to form 3D digital models is helping refugees rediscover their roots Five years ago, Yusuf Shegow visited the ruins of the once-grand Al-Uruba hotel overlooking the Indian Ocean … Continued

Think Twice When the Deal is too Good

By Ali Sheikh In the last one hundred years, modern Ethiopia’s political trajectory unceasingly provided us with factual schooling that ignite mental debate on the present ethno-federalism versus the old unitary systems. This essay is intended to put it in a broader context the political challenges and … Continued

Roots to the Somali Massacre: Challenging False Narrative

By Faisal Roble Awadey’s September Massacre Following the September 12, 2017 Awadey massacre, the United States Embassy in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, issued a press release that urged “the Ethiopian government to conduct a transparent investigation into all allegations of violence … Continued


W/Q Cabdalla Xaaji Cismaan 10kii bishii Oktobar 2012kii, wasaaradda waxbarashada ee Somaliland waxay si rasmiya ugu dhawaaqday in dugsiga ku yaal Hargeysa ee la yidhaa Axmad-gurey laga beddelay magacii, sababta loo dooriyey magaca may caddayn wasaaraddu. Sooyaalku waa dhaxal ummadi … Continued

Indonesia: Key Wars and Conflicts

By Adan Makina Indonesian Conflict (1955-1966) Between the years 1955 and 1966 Indonesia was embroiled in conflict that took the lives of millions. War erupted between Indonesia and Malaysia in 1962 and 1966. It was a small, undeclared war that … Continued

Abdirizak H. Hussein: A Reflection

By Hassan M. Abukar Three years have gone by since the passing of Abdirizak Haji Hussein, the former prime minister of Somalia. Since then, two books have been written about him: Abdi I. Samatar’s Africa’s First Democrats: Somalia’s Aden A. … Continued

The Somali Language

By Mohamed Abdikadir (Stanza) The official language of Somalia and Somali people is the Somali language and it belongs to the Cushitic Afro-Asiatic languages. It is written from left to right in Latin characters. It is a language that is … Continued