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Building an international presence over building a united country? What the Somaliland mission to the UK event taught me

Building an international presence over building a united country? What the Somaliland mission to the UK event taught me

Somaliland was colonized by the British until 1960 when the united nations ordered it to be free from colonial rule.

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Somaliland: 'Things Are Worse Now Than Two Months Ago'

Rageh Omaar

The Governor of Somaliland’s drought-ravaged eastern province of Togdheer stood calmly against a backdrop of flimsy shelters created out of thorn bushes and scraps of plastic and torn cloth that had sprung up in the two months that I’d last been in the villages around Einaabo. 773 more words

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Somaliland Rangers Rescue Cheetah Cubs From Illegal Wildlife Trade

Somaliland police have rescued nine cheetah cubs and one sub-adult from illegal wildlife traders with assistance from Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF). 609 more words

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How Somaliland Is Putting The Horn of Africa On The Map

By Merlin Linehan

Somaliland is a breakaway nation on the Horn of Africa, officially part of Somalia and never recognized by any other state it has been effectively independent since the civil war that engulfed Somalia over 20 years ago with its own government and administration based in the capital Hargeisa. 1,021 more words

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Paving A Safe Road To Prosperity In Somaliland

Ahmed Nuur Aw Nuuh owns a small business in Ceel Bardaale, Somaliland, where he buys milk and vegetables from local farmers to sell at the market in the town of Gabiley.  206 more words

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The Month in Mines, March 2017

So, the big news lately featured a certain second son of Princess Diana and his efforts on behalf of a landmine free world by 2025.  At Kensington Palace on April 4th, Prince Harry delivered a powerful speech calling on people and nations to commit to a mine free world.  517 more words

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