Friday, January 30, 2015
Wardheer News
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Warka Raadiyo Wardheer

Warka Raadiyo Wardheer aan idiin heyno waxaa ka mid ah:Xaalada degmada Buula Burde oo kacsan iyo dadka halkaasi ku dhaqan oo bilaabay barakac, Maamulka  Puntland oo sheegay in ay ka walwalsayihiin Doon la sheegay in ay Hub iyo Gadiid dagaal waday … Continued

FBI

FBI NAMES ALLEGED TERROR RECRUITER TO MOST-WANTED LIST

ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) — The FBI has added an alleged recruiter for the al-Shabab terror group in Somalia to its list of most-wanted terrorists. An arrest warrant was unsealed Thursday for 29-year-old Liban Haji Mohamed, a naturalized U.S. citizen born … Continued

students

Educational support for Somali students continues

Thirty-five students from Somaliland will take Turkish language courses and complete their undergradute and master’s degrees at Süleyman Demirel University’s (SDÜ) Life Long Education Center (YBEM). During the press conference that took place with the participation of Abdülsamet Ahmed, the … Continued

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The Boy Who Used to Delay His Prayers

He remembered his grandmother’s warning about praying on time: “My son, you shouldn’t leave prayer to this late time.” His grandmother’s age was 70 but whenever she heard the Adhan, she got up like an arrow and performed Salah/Namaz/prayer. He, … Continued

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Warka Raadiyo Wardheer

Warka Raadiyo Wardheer ee aan idiin heyno waxaa ka mid ah:Ciidanka ilaalada wadooyinka Muqdisho oo maanta gacanta ku dhigay Gawaari AMISOM ah oo shil ka geystay Muqdisho, Degmada Buula Burde oo laga dareemaayo Barakac Xoogan iyo warar kale.  

infrastructure Kenya

New date for toll stations on major roads released

By EDWIN OKOTH Nairobi, – Motorists using major highways in Kenya would from March start paying for use as government finally makes good its plan to introduce toll levy. Infrastructure Principal Secretary John Mosonik on Wednesday said plans are at … Continued

somalia

US says thousands of Somali children facing starvation

NAIROBI – Over 38,000 Somali children are at “high risk” from dying from starvation despite hunger levels improving by almost a third across the war-torn nation, UN experts said Thursday. The grim assessment, based on the latest data collected by … Continued