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Dad Rayad Ah Oo La Shageeya in Ciidanka Kenya Ku Dileen Deegaanka Janaay Cabdalle Oo Kenya Ka Hadashay

Tuesday, September 25, 2012 Comments off

Laaska News  Sept. 25,  2012
Wararka ka imanaya deegaanada Koonfurta Soomaaliya ayaa ku soo waramaya in dad rayad ah oo xoolo dhaqato ah oo kusugnaa deegaanka lagu magacaabo Janaay Cabdalle oo ka tirsan Gobolka Jubada Hoose ay ciidamada kenya ee ka tirsan ciidamada huwanka ah ee dagaalka kaga jira aagga J/Hoose ay axaddii ( Sept. 23) ku dileen dad reer guuraa ah ama xoolo dhaqato ah oo la sheegay inay ahaayeen dad rayad ah oo aan hubaysnayn, qaar kalana ku dhaawacaeen, warkaas oo si xoog leh usoo baxay lagana sheegay warbaahinta. Read more…

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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…

Syrian Crisis – “Human rights in Syria violated by both sides” – Russia’s Deputy FM

Thursday, August 2, 2012 Comments off

Aug 2, 2012

Russia’s deputy foreign minister Gennady Gatilov believes that human rights are violated by both sides in the Syrian conflict and this is something Western and Arab politicians should realize full well. Read more…

Africa to create continental court to try criminal cases

Friday, July 13, 2012 Comments off

Niyungeko said: Out of 54 African countries, only 26 have ratified the Protocol on the creation of the Court and only five of the 26 countries have made the Special Declaration allowing individuals and NGOs to file cases at the Court.”

 

ADDIS ABABA, July 13 (Xinhua) — The African continent is planning to merge the African Court of Justice and the African Court on Human and People’s Rights with an extension of the Court’ s mandate to try criminal cases, the president of the African Court on Human and People’s Rights said here at a press conference ahead of the 19th African Union (AU) Summit due on July 15 to July 16 this year. Read more…

Libya security issues ‘prevent voting in 101 centres’

Saturday, July 7, 2012 Comments off

Libyan democracy: Regional division, bloodshed mar first post-Gaddafi poll – RT

 

EPA (File)

 

Acts of sabotage, mostly in the east of the country, prevented 101 polling stations from opening on Saturday in Libya’s first post-Kadhafi election, the electoral commission’s chairman said. Read more…

Fair trial for Gaddafi’s son in Libya ‘impossible’ – ICC lawyer

Saturday, July 7, 2012 Comments off

By RT

 

 

International Criminal court Australian lawyer Melinda Taylor and her boss Xavier-Jean Keita give a press conference in the Hague, the Netherlands, on July 6, 2012 (ANP Phil Nijhuis/Netherlands Out)

An independent and impartial trial for Gaddafi`s son Saif al-Islam is “impossible” in Libya, International Criminal Court defense lawyer Melinda Taylor claims. Taylor was freed this week after spending a month behind bars in Libyan Zintan. Read more…

Fresh HRW report accuses Damascus of systematic torture

Wednesday, July 4, 2012 Comments off

 By VOR

Human Rights Watch (HRW) has published a report on human rights violations and tortures in Syria after interviewing more than 200 former prisoners.
The Gods hung me by my wrists from the ceiling for 8 days. After a few days of hanging – being denied sleep Read more…

Extradition to Libya – extradition to torture -RT

Friday, June 29, 2012 Comments off

 


Deposed Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s former prime minister Al Baghdadi al-Mahmoudi is escorted in the office of his prison guard in Tripoli (REUTERS/Anis Mili)

 

The reports that the former Libyan prime minister who was extradited by Tunisia to Libya was tortured highlight the lack of justice and proper institutions in post-Gaddafi Libya, believes journalist Lizzie Phelan. Read more…

RT:Libya tribal hack and slash: Hundreds killed and wounded in ­week

Thursday, June 21, 2012 Comments off

Clashes between warring factions are heating up in western Libya. Tribes that once supported the country’s uprising are battling each other and pro-Gaddafi rival tribes – all against the background of freebee arms. Read more…

Libya lifts law banning Gaddafi glorification

Friday, June 15, 2012 Comments off

 

 

AFP Photo / Mahmud Turkia

Libya’s Supreme Court has annulled a law that criminalized praising late leader Muammar Gaddafi and his regime, following an outrage among civil groups and legal experts describing it as undemocratic. Read more…