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Kenya Aamini Mayno, Shacabka Soomaaliyeed Ee Kismaayo Colaadda Iyo Qaxa Lagu Wadona Lagama Aamusi Karo

Saturday, September 22, 2012 Comments off

Laaska News  Sept. 22,  2012

Waxaa la yaab leh in shacabka soomaaliyeed nooc uu yahayba, siyaasi, aqoonyahan, madax dhaqameed, culumo, mid kasoo jeeda kismaayo iyo mid kale, mid qabiil sheeganaya, mid kursi doonaya iyo waliba masuuliyiinta dawladda iyo baarlamaankaba, muwaadin caadi ah, intaba la waayo cid kahadasha magaalo dhan oo ay ku noolaayeen kumaankun qof oo maato iyo caruur ah oo la qaxinayo, oo la baqdin galinayo oo la leeyahay magaaladii ay daganaayeen ayaa la weerarayaa oo muddo sanad ku dhaw lagu hayo colaad joogta ah, qiilka loo haystaana uu yahay waxaa laga saarayaa rag haysta dakadda iyo shabaab, wax qof caqli, aqoon, damiir iyo dadnimo leh uu qaadan karo maaha, waxaa la yaab leh hay’adihii caalamka iyo idaacadihii ayaa sheegaya  in dad kumaankun ah ay kaqaxayaan oo laga dayrinayo xaaladda ay ku sugan yihiin dadkaas haddana Soomaali cid ka hadlaysaa ma jirto. Read more…

RT: Over 170 killed as tsunami-like flood hits southern Russia

Sunday, July 8, 2012 Comments off

At least 171 people have been killed in a devastating flood in Russia’s southern Krasnodar region. It’s the worst of its kind in nearly a century, and the death toll continues to rise.
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Some 479 people, 48 children among them, have sought medical aid following the flood. Almost 3,000 people have been evacuated from the disaster area. Read more…

Libyan tribal clashes: 47 dead in three days – RT

Sunday, July 1, 2012 Comments off

By:RT
Tribal warfare continues for the fifth day straight in Libya, with 47 killed in the last three days alone and over 100 reportedly wounded. Ethnic strife in Libya has cost hundreds of lives since the fall of Muammar Gaddafi’s regime last October. Read more…

India – 14 Indian children die after bus falls in canal

Tuesday, March 20, 2012 Comments off

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Photo: EPA

At least 14 children died after a school bus fell into a canal in the Indian city of Khammam, the website of the local NDTV channel reports. 18 children have been taken to hospital. Read more…

Bus crash kills 28 in Switzerland

Wednesday, March 14, 2012 Comments off

In Switzerland, a bus has crashed into a tunnel wall, killing 28 people.

The bus was one of 3 taking Belgian elementary school students home from a ski trip on Tuesday night. Read more…

Somalia:Diyaarado Dagaal Oo Duqeeyay Jilib Oo La Sheegay inay Laayeen Caruur

Monday, January 16, 2012 Comments off

Wararka kasoobaxaya duqayn diyaaradeed oo ka dhacay magaalada Jilib 15/1/2012 ayaa ku waramaya in ay ku waxyeeloobeen duqayntaasi dad rayad ah oo waliba  caruur ubadan, ayna ku jiraan 5 qof oo isku qoys ah. Read more…

Somalia:Hoosingow oo Cirka Laga Duqeeyay

Wednesday, December 21, 2011 Comments off

Laaska news  Dec. 21, 2011

Dad goob joogayaal ah ayaa warbaahinta usheegay in  diyaaradaha Kenya ay laba jeer  duqayn ugeysteen tuulada Hoosingow oo ka tirsan Gobolka Jubbada Hoose,duqayntaasi ay ku dhinteen 15 qof oo dad rayad ah  oo ay ku jiraan 2 dumar ah iyo 7 Caruur ah,kuna dhaawacmeen 22 qof oo kale. Read more…

Unbelievable! 6-year-old boy lives with anaconda pet

Saturday, December 10, 2011 Comments off

Laaska news  Dec. 10, 2011

As we all know that many children would keep kitten or puppy as their pets. But to our surprise,  a six-year-old Cambodian boy keeps a 6.1-meter-long Read more…

Japan:Taking thyroid tests to the children in Fukushima

Tuesday, November 15, 2011 Comments off

Laaska News  Nov. 15,2011

Doctors in Fukushima Prefecture are hitting the road to improve children’s’ access to thyroid tests in an effort to spot possible health problems associated with the nuclear accident in the prefecture. Read more…

U.S. study shows pre-birth brain growth problems linked to autism

Wednesday, November 9, 2011 Comments off

Children with autism have more brain cells and heavier brains compared to typically developing children, according to a study to be published on Wednesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Read more…