***Nairobi (28 November 2002) - The United Nations agencies and their partners operating in Somalia are appealing to donors for some USD $78 million for the year 2003, to fund a variety of emergency, recovery, and development projects in order to help the Somali people. The 2003 Consolidated Inter-Agency Appeal for Somalia (CAP), launched regionally on Thursday in Nairobi, Kenya, contains 56 projects from 14 UN agencies and three Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and totals USD $77,824,105. ***

Somali Governent

Riwaayda Ahmed Ali Cigal

Xasan Aadan Samatar


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[Puntland Presiden Abdulahi Yusuf] Welcome To Guuleed Homepage

Sawiradii laga soo qaadey shirka dib u heshiisiinta

Waan halkan idiin ku soo bandhigayaa sawiradii shirka dib u heshiisiinta ee ka dhacaya Magaalada Eldort ee wadanka keenya, Sawiradaa waa saxiixii dhamaashadii qaybtii 1 waad Ee shirka, waan ognahay hadeynu soomaali nahay nimankaa waxay saxiixeen ineysan waxba ka jirin, Taasi waxaan nooga daliil ah meeye wixii hore oo ay saxiixeen?? These Guys are Natural Born killers, I don't how or when but they will face the justice. .
Kalkan Kadaawo Sawirada

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[Redcross] Saturday, 30 November, 2002, 08:13 GMT Kenya inquiry targets Somali militants
United States officials say they believe a Somali-based Islamic group may have carried out Thursday's twin attacks on Israeli targets in the Kenyan city of Mombasa. The officials say the group, Al-Ittihad al-Islamiya (AIAI), also known as the Islamic Union, is a prominent militant organisation in the Horn of Africa with links to Osama Bin Laden's al-Qaeda network.
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[Redcross] Thursday, 28 November, 2002, 18:24 GMT Kenya terror strikes target Israelis
At least 15 people have died in a suicide bombing at an Israeli-owned hotel in Mombasa, Kenya, just as two missiles were fired at an Israeli holiday jet that had taken off from the city's airport.
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[Wounded] Thursday, 28 November, 2002, 18:00 GMT Gunmen strike during Likud polls
Seven people are reported to have been killed in a running gun battle with Palestinian militants in the northern Israeli town of Beit Shean. At least two gunmen opened fire on the central bus station before moving on to the nearby local offices of the governing Likud party which were packed with voters.
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[Miss world photo] Saturday, 23 November, 2002, 00:39 GMT Nigerian Miss World show cancelled
The Miss World contest is moving to London from Nigeria after riots by Muslim youths opposed to the show left more than 100 people dead in the city of Kaduna. The pageant's organisers said the show would be held in London on 7 December instead of the Nigerian capital, Abuja.
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[Bush Putin] Bush, Putin tell Saddam to disarm
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia -- The United States and Russia urged Iraq on Friday to disarm fully in accordance with a U.N. Security Council resolution or face "serious consequences." "We call on Iraq, in strict compliance with UNSC resolution 1441, to cooperate fully and unconditionally in its disarmament obligations or face serious consequences," a joint U.S.-Russia statement said.
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[Abd Al-Rahim al-Nashiri] Al Qaeda operative talking
Al-Nashiri's help has already led to warnings

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Al Qaeda operative Abd Al-Rahim al-Nashiri, captured last month, is talking, sources say. His interrogation has already led the FBI to warn about possible attacks on U.S. warships, ports, naval bases and cruise ship docks. Now the question is: How much does he have to offer? Eric Margolis, author of "War at the Top of the World," says quite a bit.
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[Somali Map] SOMALIA: Peace talks "on course" says Kenyan envoy
NAIROBI, 13 Nov 2002 (IRIN) - The Somali peace talks, under way in the Kenyan town of Eldoret, "are on course", a statement issued on Tuesday by the office of Elijah Mwangale, the Kenyan special envoy and chairman of the Inter-Governmental Authority on Development's technical committee, has said.
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[Moryaan Qoryasidata] SOMALIA: Parties sign landmine ban agreement
NAIROBI, 13 Nov 2002 (IRIN) - Somalia's various political factions and the Transitional National Government attending reconciliation talks in the Kenyan town of Eldoret have signed a commitment to ban use of landmines in areas under their control, a Somali source told IRIN.
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[Us federal agents] SOMALIA: Leaders call for unfreezing Al-Barakaat assets
NAIROBI, 12 Nov 2002 (IRIN) - Somalia's various political factions and the Transitional National Government (TNG), attending reconciliation talks in the Kenyan town of Eldoret, have issued a joint statement calling on the international community to lift the freeze on the assets of the Al-Barakaat bank.
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[Ergada Shirka Eldert] SOMALIA: Big Differences emerge over numbers of conference delegates
NAIROBI, 7 Nov 2002 (IRIN) - After two days of political haggling, Somali groups meeting in the Kenyan town of Eldoret, have asked the mediators to determine the number of delegates to remain at the peace talks, a source close to the talks told IRIN on Thursday.
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[US President Mr Bush] Thursday, 7 November, 2002, 01:37 GMT Bush: Bestriding the world?
The superpower you know, now there is the superpresident. Time, perhaps, to repeat those lines which Shakespeare gave to one of the conspirators against Julius Caesar: "Why, man, he doth bestride the narrow world Like a colossus; and we petty men Walk under his huge legs and peep aboutTo find ourselves dishonourable graves."
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[President Saddam] Thursday, 7 November, 2002, 17:40 GMT Saddam urges world to stop US
Iraqi President Saddam Hussein has urged the world to take a "just" position against America and Britain and stop them achieving their "evil" schemes against Iraq.
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[Singer Bobby Brown] Brown arrested on drug charge first his wife now him what is going on??
Singer Bobby Brown has been arrested on drug and traffic charges in Atlanta, in the United States. He was charged with possession of marijuana, speeding, driving without a licence and having no proof of insurance.
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[Puntland President Mr Abdulahi Yusuf] SOMALIA: Puntland to continue cooperating with UN
NAIROBI, 6 Nov 2002 (IRIN) - The authorities in the autonomous region of Puntland have denied asking the UN to leave, stating they will cooperate fully with the UN and other international aid agencies. Abdishakur Mire Adan, the Puntland deputy information minister, reacting to local media reports told IRIN on Wednesday that Puntland had not asked the UN to withdraw its staff. "Puntland has not asked the UN or, for that matter, any other agency to leave Puntland," he said.
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[Saddam hussien] Wednesday, 6 November, 2002, 17:51 GMT US signals Iraq breakthrough is near
US officials are signalling that a deal has been reached with France and Russia to overcome their objections to a new resolution against Iraq. Senior diplomats are discussing the latest resolution drafted by the United States at a closed-door meeting of the UN Security Council.
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[Cabdulahi oo sii jeeda] SOMALIA: Peace talks deadlocked
NAIROBI, 5 Nov 2002 (IRIN) - The Somali peace talks, underway in the Kenyan town of Eldoret, are deadlocked over representation in the various committees which are being set up to discuss the establishment of an all-inclusive government, sources close to the talks told IRIN on Tuesday.
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[General Mohamed Said Morgan] SOMALIA: Conference moves into second phase
NAIROBI, 4 Nov 2002 (IRIN) - The Somali national reconciliation conference has entered its second phase during which various committees will be set up to discuss the way forward, a source close to the mediators told IRIN.
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[Koffi annan] SOMALIA: Annan hails truce accord
NAIROBI, 1 Nov 2002 (IRIN) - UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan has hailed the signing of a truce agreement by Somalia's various political factions and the Transitional National Government (TNG) on 27 October.
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[Shaat dhiigle] SOMALIA: IRIN Interview with Hassan Mohamed Nur "Shatigadud"
ADDIS ABABA, 4 Feb 2002 (IRIN) - IRIN interviewed Colonel Hassan Mohamed Nur "Shatigadud", chairman of the Rahanwein Resistance Army (RRA) and leader of the Digil and Mirifle clans, at the Ghion Hotel in Addis Ababa. "Shatigadud" (Red Shirt) is a former Somali army colonel who worked as a member of the former National Security Service (NSS) and has his power base in Baidoa. Formerly a supporter of Somalia's Transitional National Government (TNG) and a member of the transitional parliament, he withdrew his backing and went to Ethiopia. He is now a co-chairman of the opposition Somali Reconciliation and Restoration Council (SRRC). He talks about his movement, and his relations with the TNG and Ethiopia.
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[Mr Hiiro badane] SOMALIA: Interview with Barre Hiiraale, so called chairman of the Juba Valley Alliance (JVA), Head of One of the criminal GANG operating in Kismayo, soon or later he will face justice.
ELDORET, 22 Oct 2002 - Barre Adan Shire (Hiira badane) so called chairman of the Juba Valley Alliance (JVA) which controls the southern port city of Kismayo . He is attending the Somali reconciliation conference in Eldoret, Kenya. Here he tells of his expectations regarding the talks and the situation in Kismayo.
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[Bush] Tuesday, 5 November, 2002, 13:12 GMT Mid-term poll on knife-edge
Americans are voting in mid-term elections to decide who will control both houses of Congress, in a race that is too close to call. All 435 seats in the House of Representatives are up for grabs in the nationwide vote, along with 34 seats in the 100-member Senate and 36 of the 50 state governorships.
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[Sharon] Tuesday, 5 November, 2002, 12:05 GMT Israel to hold crisis elections
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has called early elections after failing to rebuild his crippled coalition government. Mr Sharon described the move as the "least bad option," but said he had been forced to act because he could not agree to numerous conditions set by potential political allies.
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