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Somalia oldest Tribe and largest
Xildhibaanada Beesha Dir ee Baarlamaanka DFKM Ayaa Aqbalay Codsi Uga Yimid Madaxweyne Sheekh Shariif(Daawo Sawirada) Madaxweynaha Soomaaliya, Mudane Sheekh Shariif Sheekh Axmed, ayaa maanta xafiiskiisa kula kulmay xildhibaanada ka soo jeeda beesha Dir, waxa uuna ka codsaday in ay codka kalsoonida siiyaan Ra'iisul Wasaaraha cusub Maxamed Cabdillaahi Maxamed, oo berri la filayo in uu hortago Baarlamaanka. Xildhibaanada beesha Direed, oo ku dhawaa boqol xubnood, waa ay ka aqbaleen Madaxwexweyaha codsigaas.Horray ayay beeshu xilka Wasiirka 1-aad ugu soo sharaxday Mudane Maxamed Cabdillaahi Oomaar oo maanta kulankaas ka hadlay.Madaxweynuhuna waxa uu beesha guddoonsiiyey kitaab Qur'aan ah, waana uu u duceeyey --- qancidda ay xilkaas ka qanceen iyo weliba ballanqaadka ay Madaxweynaha u ballan-qaadeen in ay taageerayaan Ra'iisul Wasaaraha cusub.
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Police reveal deceased's identity as witness released
Police have disclosed the identity of a woman whose body by a block of flats in Northampton town centre. Officers are treating the death of Barni Ganey Mohamed, aged 48, as still "unexplained" after the discovery of her body on Friday morning. A 22-year-old man, who was being questioned by police, was yesterday released without charge on police bail, pending further enquiries. Ms Mohamed's body was found close to Berkeley House, St Mary's Street, in the town centre at about 7.30am on Friday. Investigating officers sealed off the front of the flats and forensic teams carried out a search of the area and a second-floor flat and said enquiries were still ongoing. Eyewitnesses described seeing a body covered with a white sheet on the ground by garages at the base of the three-storey block. It is believed she was a grandmother from Somalia. Hassan Jama, of the Somali Forum, said the whole community had been saddened by the death of a woman he knew only as Barni. He said the forum had helped her find accommodation in Berkeley House when she came over to the UK from Sweden in 2002. He said: "She was a very, very good woman, very well-known in the community and well-liked. We are saddened all this has happened. The community is a family and we will do everything we can to help the police." At 10am today, police confirmed they had released the man arrested yesterday on police bail pending further inquiries.








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Somalia Claims Socotra islands as Its Own Land
Yemen Post Staff Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Somalia History-Claims Socotra islands as Its Own new sinsid Somalia has claimed that the islands of Yemeni Socotra Archipelago are part of it, requesting the United Nations to determine the status of the archipelago, executive director of the Saba Center for Strategic Studies said.
The unstable horn of Africa country with a transitional government receiving unlimited support from Yemen said it has the right to administer the archipelago, which lies about 340 km from the Yemeni coast, because it is located within its territory and borders, Ahmed Abdul Karim Saif made clear.
'The Somali claim is an unprecedented and dangerous indicator at a time when local activists and organizations are demanding to give Socotra a suitable status according to its geopolitical and strategic location, boost all services on it and take all necessary measures to keep other countries away from thinking of any part of Yemen.'new sinsid Somalia has claimed that the islands of Yemeni Socotra Archipelago are part of it, requesting the United Nations to determine the status of the archipelago, executive director of the Saba Center for Strategic Studies said.
The unstable horn of Africa country with a transitional government receiving unlimited support from Yemen said it has the right to administer the archipelago, which lies about 340 km from the Yemeni coast, because it is located within its territory and borders, Ahmed Abdul Karim Saif made clear.
'The Somali claim is an unprecedented and dangerous indicator at a time when local activists and organizations are demanding to give Socotra a suitable status according to its geopolitical and strategic location, boost all services on it and take all necessary measures to keep other countries away from thinking of any part of Yemen. n response, Yemen submitted a request to the UN saying the archipelago is Yemeni and history and its influence on it prove its claim, he said.
Yemen's response came late and helped prevent a dispute over the archipelago, said Saif, as he ruled out that Socotra is currently a matter of dispute between the two countries.
The remarks were given at a seminar on Socotra, at which the participants voiced concerns about the situation of the archipelago amid poor basic services and infrastructure.
They said the current situation in Socotra could lead to unacceptable security, military and economic consequences that may hamper preparing the investment climate on it and its development as Yemen is seeking to better use its potentials.
Moreover, they urged the government to address all issues affecting the interest of the Socotra people and their traditions.





 




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