Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Wardheer News
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Turkish firm to manage Mogadishu harbour

A company from Turkey has taken over the management of Somalia’s biggest harbour in Mogadishu. The company, Al-Bayrak, is expected to improve the running and infrastructure of the port, according to government officials. Somali Minister of Ports and Marine Transport … Continued

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Refugees at Dadaab set to go home

A view of the Dadaab refugee camp in northern Kenya. PHOTO | TONY KARUMBA | FILE  AFP More than 3,000 Somali refugees at the Dadaab camp want to return home in the coming months, according to a UN agency. The … Continued

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EGYPTIAN OFFICIALS SEE CONTROVERSIAL ETHIOPIAN DAM

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) — The Ethiopian News Agency says Egypt’s irrigation minister has toured the site in western Ethiopia where the country is building a controversial dam on the Blue Nile River. The Ethiopian agency said Monday that Hossam … Continued

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Dawladnimo Aan Daacad Loo Ahayn‏!

W.Q. Ibraahim M. Deeq Muddo dheer oo qalalaase colaaddeed iyo deganaansho la’aan siyaasadeed oo baahsan ay Soomaaliya ku soo jirtey; waxaa iminka jirta dawlad aan awoodda dalka si buuxda gacanta ugu wada hayn haseyeeshee  aqoonsi buuxa caalamka ka heshay. Taas … Continued

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Warka Raadiyo Wardheer

Warka Raadiyo Wardheer ee maanta waxaa ka mid ah: Maamulka Puntland oo ku eedeeyay DFS in ay ka shaqaynayso hawlgalo ka dhan ah amaanka Puntland, ciidamada Maraykanka oo la sheegay in  ka qayb qaadan doonaan hawlgal ka socda gobalada Koonfureed ee Soomaaliya … Continued

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FOI response: UK government relationship with Somaliland

A reply to the request for information on whether the UK government plans to recognise Somaliland as a country and what assistance is offered by HMG. FOI 0760-13 provides information on how HMG works with the Republic of Somaliland. It … Continued

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Al-Amoudi to Invest $500 Million in Ethiopian Coffee, Oranges

By William Davison Horizon Plantations Ethiopia Plc, majority-owned by Saudi billionaire Mohamed al-Amoudi, plans to almost double annual revenue within three years by investing at least $500 million in coffee and orange projects. The agriculture company will train workers, improve … Continued