Boom For Kenyan Miraa Traders As Shortage Hits Somaliland

In Summary

  • Ethiopia supplies most of the miraa consumed in Hargeisa, Somaliland and Djibouti.
  • Nyamita spokesman Kimathi Munjuri said they are now delivering 12 tons of miraa to Hargeisa since last week.
  • Somaliland broke away from the Federal Republic of Somalia in 1991.

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Ethiopian PM Woos Stakeholders To Help Resolve Oromo-Somali Ethnic Conflict

Ethiopian Prime Minister, Hailemariam Desalegn, has called on major stakeholders to assist the government to achieve a durable peace among the feuding parties in the Oromia and Somali regional states. Continue reading “Ethiopian PM Woos Stakeholders To Help Resolve Oromo-Somali Ethnic Conflict”

UN Leashed

The UN has long been derided as little more than a talking shop. But that is not down to the UN itself, but rather, the powerful nations that seek to use it as a tool, argues Xiaochen Su. Continue reading “UN Leashed”

Instruments Of Pain (III): Conflict And Famine In Somalia

Chronic conflict is preventing effective response to Somalia’s prolonged drought and humanitarian crisis. This special briefing, the third in a series of four examining the famine threats there and in Yemen, South Sudan and Nigeria, urges Somalia to improve governance and promote countrywide clan reconciliation to end the war. Continue reading “Instruments Of Pain (III): Conflict And Famine In Somalia”

Somaliland: When Less Was More

Sarah Phillips

How the domestic drivers of peace and development work when unhindered by significant variables such as aid and other forms of international intervention is examined in an open-access article by Dr Sarah Phillips published this month.  Continue reading “Somaliland: When Less Was More”

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Somaliland: Kill All But The Crows

People and Power goes on the trail of a Somali army commander accused of involvement in mass killings and war crimes.

To much of the world, Somalia has a fearsome reputation. It is seen as one of the most dangerous places on the planet – a failed state that is widely believed to be home to warlords, pirates and terrorists.  Continue reading “Somaliland: Kill All But The Crows”

10,500 Migrants Arrive In War-Torn Yemen Since March: UN

10,500 Migrants Arrive In War-Torn Yemen Since March: UN AFP/Mohammed Huwais – Yemeni armed men stand amidst the debris of a house destroyed in an air-strike by the Saudi-led coalition in Sanaa on July 6, 2015 Thousands of Ethiopians and other migrants are flooding into war-torn Yemen, the United Nations said Tuesday, with many of them tricked by smugglers into believing the fighting there is over. Johannes Van Der Klaauw, the UN’s Humanitarian… View On WordPress Continue reading 10,500 Migrants Arrive In War-Torn Yemen Since March: UN

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