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White House Releases Copy of Long Form of Obama’s Birth Certificate From Hawaii
After years of ignoring demands that he release his full birth certificate, and steadfast goading from Donald Trump and others, President Barack Obama has finally presented the official document, saying he has “better stuff to do” than deal with the controversy. [...]
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Madaxweyne Siilaanyo oo maanta u ambabaxay dalalka Imaaraadka iyo Kuwait oo uu casuumado ka kala helay
Madaxweynaha Somaliland Axmed Maxamed Maxamud Siilaanyo ayaa maanta ka dhoofay dalka, waxaanu u socdaalay dalalka Imaaraadka Carabta iyo Kuwait oo kala soo hadli doono arrimo dhawr ah oo ay ka mid yihiin dhinaca Horumarka iyo gar gaarka.
At least 20 people have been wounded after an unknown attacker hurled a grenade at a crowded market in the capital of the self-declared republic of Somaliland.
On Tuesday, an assailant threw a grenade at several people who were shopping at a market in the center of Hargeisa. Twenty people sustained injuries as a result of [...]
Hawl galo ay sameeyeen Ciidamadda Sirdoonka Somaliland labadii maalmood ee u danbeeyay ayaa la sheegay inay ku qab qabteen koox la sheegay inay dalka gudihiisa iyo dibadiisa ka qorshaynayeen hawl galo ismiidaamin ah oo ay ku bartilmaameedsanayeen inay ku qarxiyaan meelo muhiim ah.
OTTAWA—Stephen Harper’s minority Conservative government has been defeated in a non-confidence vote.
The Friday afternoon vote was a moment of rare parliamentary drama as Liberal, New Democrat and Bloc Quebecois MPs stood one by one to signal their opposition to the ruling Conservatives.
Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General, Ambassador Augustine P. Mahiga, arrived in Hargeisa, Somaliland on Wednesday.
The ambassador and his delegation were warmly greeted at Egal International Airport by Foreign Minister, Dr. Mohamed Abdullahi Omar, newly appointed Information Minister, Mr. Ahmed Abdi Habsade and Chief of Cabinet, Mr. Hersi Ali H. Hassan.
Security Council imposes a no-fly zone over Libya and authorises “all necessary measures” to protect civilians
The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has voted on a resolution authorising a no-fly zone over Libya and “all necessary measures” – code for military action – to protect civilians.
Fifteen of the 33 miners trapped deep in a Chilean mine have been hauled to the surface, where they emerged smiling and eager to meet family members they have been separated from for more than two months.