Posts Tagged ‘Djibouti’

DJibouti Oo U Dabaaldagaysa “Gobonimada” Dalka

Wednesday, June 27, 2012 Comments off

Laaska News

Waxaa dalka Jamhuuriyadda Jabuuti kasocda dabaaldeg ballaaran oo loogu dabaal dagayo sanadguuradii 35 aad ee kasoo wareegtay   markii Jamhuuriyadda Djibouti ay ka xorowday gumaystihii Faransiiska oo ku beegnayd “27 kii Juun 1977 ” . Read more…

Somalia: UN and partners insist interim political arrangement must end in August – UN NEWS

Monday, February 6, 2012 Comments off

Laaska News  Feb. 6, 2012

6 February 2012 –The international group that brings together the United Nations and its diplomatic partners in support of efforts to restore peace and stability in Somalia insisted today that the country’s current transitional governing arrangements must end on 20 August this year, as stipulated in recent agreements, and called for a new draft constitution by mid-April. Read more…

JABUUTI:Ra’iisul Wasaaraha Soomaaliya oo la kulmay Ra’iisul Wasaaraha Djibouti + SAWIRRO

Thursday, January 12, 2012 Comments off

Laaska news  Jan 12, 2011                         WARKA TFG da (RM .Codka J . SOM)


Ra’iisul Wasaaraha Soomaaliya Prof Abdiweli Mohamed Ali
oo booqasho rasmi ah ku jooga dalka Djibouti ayaa maanta kulan la yeeshay Ra’iisul Wasaaraha Dalka Djibouti Dileyte Mohamed Dileyte.

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SOMALIA:Djibouti peacekeeping contingent arrives in Somalia

Tuesday, December 20, 2011 Comments off

Laaska news  Dec. 20, 2011

MOGADISHU, Dec. 20 (Xinhua) — Somalia’s northern neighbor Djibouti sent 200 soldiers as part of the African Union peacekeeping mission in the war-torn Horn of African nation, a top government official said on Tuesday. Read more…

Horn of Africa: UN urges long-term approach to end recurring food shortages – UN News

Sunday, September 25, 2011 Comments off

Laaska News  Sept. 25,2011

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (centre) addresses the ministerial-level mini-summit on the Horn of Africa crisis. Also at the podium are General Assembly President Nassir Abdulaziz Al-Nasser (third from left) and USG for Humanitarian Affairs Valerie Amos (third from right). – PHOTO:UN News

UNITED NATIONS, 24 September 2011 –Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called for a long-term approach by national authorities and the Read more…

Djibouti, at UN, appeals for proactive aid to prevent drought and famine – UN News

Saturday, September 24, 2011 Comments off

Laaska News  Sept. 24,2011

President Ismaël Omar Guelleh of Djibouti ,at UN – Photo: UN News

UNITED NATIONS – 23 September 2011 –Djibouti, one of the countries most severely affected by the current drought and famine in the Horn of Africa, today used the podium of the General Assembly to call on the world to not only provide immediate aid but also take the longer-term steps to prevent a recurrence. Read more…

Somalia:AU to add 3,000 more troops in Somalia by December

Wednesday, September 21, 2011 Comments off

Laaska News  Sept. 21,2011
NAIROBI, Sept. 21 (Xinhua) — The African Union Mission for Somalia (AMISOM) is planning to beef up its troops to the Horn of African with 3,000 more before December this year, a senior AU official said on Wednesday. Read more…

Sweden calls for aid to Horn of Africa on World Humanitarian Day

Friday, August 19, 2011 Comments off

Laaska News  August 19,2011

STOCKHOLM, Aug.19 (Xinhua) — Swedish Minister for Foreign Aid Gunnila Carlsson Friday called for more aid to Horn of African countries on World Humanitarian Day. Read more…

Somalia:Top UN relief official urges “every effort” to help famine-hit Somalia

Thursday, August 18, 2011 Comments off

Laaska News  August 18,2011

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French Somaliland: Victory for Trouble

Monday, June 27, 2011 Comments off

Laaska News  June 27,2011

Friday, Mar. 31, 1967(TIME)
Even before the election returns were complete, unruly mobs began to surge through the streets of Djibouti, the sun-bleached and impoverished capital of French Somaliland. Then they heard the news: by a majority of 61%, Somaliland’s 39,000 voters (out of a population of 125,000) had opted to maintain the country’s ties with France, thus defeating a move to independence. Somali tribesmen, who wanted to break away from France, threw up barricades of sidewalk slabs and bedposts, began hurling rocks with the aid of crude slingshots. As their husbands lit oil fires that flashed over the nearby desert sands, statuesque Somali women contorted their faces into snarls at French troops. Read more…