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Togag samaysma xilli roobaadka oo dhibaato ku haya deegaanno hoos yimaada Xudur

Xuddur-(SONNA)- Sanadadii la soo dhaafay Dooxyo ka samaysmay agagaarka wadada aadda dhanka waqooyi ee magaalada Xuddur ayaa si joogto ah daadad ku soo rogmaday saamayn wayn ugu yeesheen dhaq dhaqaaga ganacsiga, tacbashada beeraha, isu socodka gaadiidka iyo dadwaynaha bulshada ku nool xaafada Buulow.

Saamaynta xilliga togagga daadadka soo fatahaan waxa aad looga dareeymayaa maciishada cuntada quutul daruuriga oo cirka isku shareerta, beeralayda qudaarta beerata oo daadadka kala tagaan, inka badan saddex kun oo qoys oo daggan xaafada Buulow oo guryahooda kabarakacay iyo cuduro ka dhasha biyaha.

Qaar  ka mid ah beeralayda ganacsatada barakacayaasha dadka daggan xaafada Buulow iyo bulshada inteeda kale ayaa maamulka gobolka Bakool ugu baaqay in ay wax ka qabtaan dhibaatada ay ku qabaan roobabka daadadka wata ee beerahooda dhibaatada u gaysta.

Maamulka gobolka Bakool iyo kan deagmada Xuddur oo ka duulaya codsiga bulshada iyo caqabadaha jira ayaa kormeer ku tagay boholaha biyaha keena oo xiligaan aad looga cabsiqabo in biyo bax sameeyaan, waxayna baaq u direen dowlad goboleedka Koonfur Galbeed dowladda federaalka Soomaaliya iyo hay’adaha deeq bixiyaasha in ay gacan ka siiyaan sidii biyahaan xal loogu raadin lahaa.

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Honeymoon over? Saudi Arabia-U.S. ties face reset with Biden win

RIYADH/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia’s crown prince enjoyed a near free pass under his personal relationship with U.S. President Donald Trump, but the kingdom’s brazen young leader will have to tread more carefully should Democrats take the White House and reset strategic ties. FILE PHOTO: U.S. President Donald Trump speaks with Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman during family photo session with other leaders and attendees at the G20 leaders summit in Osaka, Japan, June 28, 2019. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque/File Photo Riyadh’s human rights record, with the brutal 2018 murder of Washington Post Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi and detention of women activists, will be a prime point of friction with a Joe Biden administration, as will the Yemen war. At issue for the Gulf powerhouse, which lobbied hard for Trump’s maximum pressure campaign against foe Iran, is how Biden will address Tehran’s ballistic missiles and support for regional proxies in any talks to revive an international nuclear pact with Iran that Washington quit in 2018. While Riyadh and its Gulf allies prefer a Trump administration that also prioritised lucrative deals over human rights concerns, a Biden win would not upend decades-long alliances, five regional sources and diplomats said. Biden may, however, place stronger conditions on U.S. support, they said. “There will be challenges but there are long-term strategic institutional relationships and no one wants to break the camel’s back, though a Biden administration will want compromises,” said one Gulf source. A foreign diplomat in the region echoed the view that Saudi-U.S. ties would not be unduly harmed: “I imagine (Biden) would demand a few high-profile concessions … something on women’s rights defenders maybe.” In his campaign Biden pledged to reassess ties with Saudi Arabia, an oil exporting giant and major buyer of American arms, demand more accountability over Khashoggi’s killing in Riyadh’s Istanbul consulate and end U.S. support for the Yemen war. “Instead of giving blank checks to dictators and authoritarians around the world, as the Trump Administration has done, Joe Biden will stand up for universal values with friends and foes alike, and stand with the democratic world as we address common challenges,” a campaign spokesman told Reuters. De facto ruler Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has firmly consolidated power, crushing dissent and detaining rivals to the throne, measures that tainted a reformist image initially lauded abroad as he moved to open up the kingdom. He has denied ordering Khashoggi’s killing, which sparked global outrage and spooked investors, but in 2019 indicated some personal accountability by saying it happened under his watch. Riyadh jailed eight people for between seven and 20 years in the case. The kingdom’s foreign minister, in a webinar this month, said it was also reforming security services so “something like this cannot happen again”. Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud though struck a defiant tone over Western condemnation of the trials of women activists, saying they are charged with “serious crimes”. The detainees are accused of harming Saudi interests. Few charges have been made public but some relate to contacts with foreign journalists, diplomats and rights groups. SECURITY PARAMOUNT Trump has objected to punitive measures against Riyadh over human rights. But in April he threatened withholding military support — boosted after 2019 attacks on Saudi energy facilities — after an oil war between Riyadh and Moscow wreaked havoc on markets, threatening the U.S. oil industry. Prince Faisal stressed that despite “occasional divergences”, the Saudi-U.S. alliance “goes much deeper than just one king or one president.” Riyadh and its Gulf allies strongly disagreed with the Obama administration over the 2015 Iran nuclear deal and the 2011 “Arab Spring”, warning Washington against abandoning traditional allies and the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood. State-backed media in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates recently focused on emails linked to Hillary Clinton and the Brotherhood — a move one Saudi source said aimed to show Democrats had erred and could do so again. “There is concern that a Biden presidency would at best, mean a reduced U.S. focus on the Middle East, and at worst … a more hardline approach towards Saudi Arabia and Gulf countries,” said Abdulaziz Sager, chairman of Riyadh-based Gulf Research Center. “There is a desire for clarity among Saudis in terms of what Biden’s concrete foreign policy would be towards Saudi Arabia.” Gulf states are also trying to push through arms deals, with the UAE and Qatar seeking U.S. F-35 fighter jets. HOLDING CARDS CLOSE The UAE has hedged its bets, reducing its military presence in Yemen and becoming the first Arab state in a quarter century to normalise ties with Israel, creating a new axis against Iran and Islamists deemed a threat to Gulf dynastic rule. Bahrain followed suit, handing Trump a win in U.S.-brokered accords that also garnered bipartisan support. “One of the reasons Gulf states are establishing relations is because they realised a few months ago they might not have the U.S. to rely on as in the past. Israel is a natural partner,” said a source familiar with the process. Saudi columnist Mohammed Al Al-Sheikh, writing in local daily Al Jazirah, said this “created a new reality on the ground that candidate Biden cannot overlook” when dealing with Iran. Trump initially said the United States was “locked and loaded” after the 2019 attacks on Saudi oil facilities, blamed by Riyadh and Western powers on Tehran, but a conventional military response did not materialise. The apparent attempt to avoid a war was watched closely around the Gulf. Saudi Arabia tacitly backed the Israel deals but is unlikely to join soon given its position as custodian of Islam’s holiest sites and architect of a 2002 Arab Peace Initiative that offered Israel ties in return for Palestinian statehood. Riyadh has said only an Israeli-Palestinian deal could deliver lasting peace and stability. “The Saudis will probably not move to recognize Israel before the election in large part because this is a card they can play with a new Biden administration,” said David Rundell, a former chief of mission at the U.S. embassy in Riyadh. Gulf rivals are also biding time over a political row that has seen Riyadh and its allies boycott Qatar, two of the Gulf sources said, despite pressure from Trump to end the dispute. If Trump wins, Riyadh would seek to end the row and form a united Gulf Arab front against Iran, one of the sources said. “It may not be as big an issue for Biden, but if he also pushes for it, then we’ll see progress.” Source: Reuters

Magacyada Duuliyeyaashii Diyaaradihii Duqeeyey Hargaysa 1988 Iyo Qabaa’ilka Ay Kasoo Jeedaan

October 22, 2020 | Published by: yaska Xigmad uu reebay madaxweynihii hore ee Koonfur Afrika Mandela ayaa ahayd” Forgive, but never forget their names”, oo nuxur ahaan noqonaysa, in cadowgii dhibta kuu geystay aad saamixi karto, hasayeeshee aanad magacyadood iloobin. Waxa nasiib wanaag ah inuu maalmahan Hargaysa uu ku sugan yahay mudane Axmed Maxamed Maxamuud ‘Axmed dheere’, oo damiirkiisu siin waayey inuu xasuuqo dad maati ah oo qaxayey ama goobo ay ku qaxeen ku sugnaa. Axmed Dheer wuxuu go’aansaday oo uu doorbiday inuu la fakado diyaaraddii uu waday oo ahayd Miig 17, uu 13 Juulay 1988 uu si geesinimo leh ugu dejiyo xeebta Jabuuti. Go’aankaa uu qaatay Axmed dheer wuxuu noqday mid taariikhda shicibka Soomaalilaan baal dahab ah kaga suntan. Waxaanu adduunka u caddeeyey in xasuuqdii shicibka Hargaysa lagu hayey uu ka markhaati kacay. Abaalkaasi uu shicibka Hargaysa gashaday Axmed Dheere waa kaa sannad kasta oo uu Hargaysa yimaado casuumado iyo soo dhaweyn aan kala go’ lahayn uu kala kulmo shicibkii uu ka badbaadiyey gantaalihii ay siday diyaaradii loo dhiibay ee soo laa lagu yidhi. Madaxdii duuliyeyaasha amraysay ee Hargaysa u soo wareegay waxa ay kala ahaayeen: Khaliif Ciise Yuusuf (Majeerteen) taliyihii ciidanka cirka Ballidoogle. Faarax Siciid (Majeerteen) taliyihii ciidanka cirka Hargaysa. Maxamed Aadan Dirir (Mareexaan) taliyihii ciidankii cirka Berbera. Magacyada Duuliyeyaashii Hargaysa Duqeeyey = Yuusuf Maxamuud Maxamed (Majeerteen)..Duuliye Miig 17 = Mursal Xaaji Axmed ‘Muufo’ ( Abgaal)…Duuliye Miig 19 = Maxamed Xasan Raage (Xawaadle)….Duuliye Miig 19 = Xuseen Aadan Ibraahin (Gadabuursi)…Duuliye Miig 19 = Axmed Gurxan Hoore ( Ogaadeen)…….Duuliye Miig 19 = Maxamed Axmed Xaayow (Abgaal)……Duuliye  Miig 19 = Xirsi Maxamed Faarax (Mareexaan)……Duuliye Miig 19 = Axmed Maxamed Maxamuud ( Mareexaan)….Duuliye CESNA = Suufi Jeylaani Maxamed (Barawaani)…..Duuliye CESNA = Faarax Xaaji Salaad (Majeerteen)….Duuliye CESNA = Yuusuf Juseeb ( Majeerteen)….Duuliye CESNA = Xasan Yare (Ogaadeen)….Duuliye CESNA = Maxamuud Xaaji Warsame (Dhulbahante)….Duuliye Hunter = Maxamed Khaliif Isaaq (Raxanweyn)……….Duuliye Hunter Intii ku dhimatay intii ay duqeynta wadeen ee gantaal Eebbe ku dhacay oo cillad farsamo darteed u dhacday waxa ay kala ahaayeen: = Maxamed Xasan Raage (Xawaadle)…….Duuliye Miig 19 = Xuseen Aadan Ibraahin (Gadabuursi)…Duuliye Miig 19 = Axmed Gurxan Hoori (Ogaadeen)…Duuliye  Miig 19 = Maxamed Axmed Xaayow (Abgaal)….Duuliye Miig 19 = Maxamed Khaliif Isaaq (Raxanweyn)…Duuliye Miig 19 Cali Cabdi Coomay Suxufi, qoraa ah.  Hargaysa, Soomaalilaan

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Honeymoon over? Saudi Arabia-U.S. ties face reset with Biden win

RIYADH/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia’s crown prince enjoyed a near free pass under his personal relationship with U.S. President Donald Trump, but the kingdom’s brazen young leader will have to tread more carefully should Democrats take the White House and reset strategic ties. FILE PHOTO: U.S. President Donald Trump speaks with Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman during family photo session with other leaders and attendees at the G20 leaders summit in Osaka, Japan, June 28, 2019. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque/File Photo Riyadh’s human rights record, with the brutal 2018 murder of Washington Post Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi and detention of women activists, will be a prime point of friction with a Joe Biden administration, as will the Yemen war. At issue for the Gulf powerhouse, which lobbied hard for Trump’s maximum pressure campaign against foe Iran, is how Biden will address Tehran’s ballistic missiles and support for regional proxies in any talks to revive an international nuclear pact with Iran that Washington quit in 2018. While Riyadh and its Gulf allies prefer a Trump administration that also prioritised lucrative deals over human rights concerns, a Biden win would not upend decades-long alliances, five regional sources and diplomats said. Biden may, however, place stronger conditions on U.S. support, they said. “There will be challenges but there are long-term strategic institutional relationships and no one wants to break the camel’s back, though a Biden administration will want compromises,” said one Gulf source. A foreign diplomat in the region echoed the view that Saudi-U.S. ties would not be unduly harmed: “I imagine (Biden) would demand a few high-profile concessions … something on women’s rights defenders maybe.” In his campaign Biden pledged to reassess ties with Saudi Arabia, an oil exporting giant and major buyer of American arms, demand more accountability over Khashoggi’s killing in Riyadh’s Istanbul consulate and end U.S. support for the Yemen war. “Instead of giving blank checks to dictators and authoritarians around the world, as the Trump Administration has done, Joe Biden will stand up for universal values with friends and foes alike, and stand with the democratic world as we address common challenges,” a campaign spokesman told Reuters. De facto ruler Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has firmly consolidated power, crushing dissent and detaining rivals to the throne, measures that tainted a reformist image initially lauded abroad as he moved to open up the kingdom. He has denied ordering Khashoggi’s killing, which sparked global outrage and spooked investors, but in 2019 indicated some personal accountability by saying it happened under his watch. Riyadh jailed eight people for between seven and 20 years in the case. The kingdom’s foreign minister, in a webinar this month, said it was also reforming security services so “something like this cannot happen again”. Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud though struck a defiant tone over Western condemnation of the trials of women activists, saying they are charged with “serious crimes”. The detainees are accused of harming Saudi interests. Few charges have been made public but some relate to contacts with foreign journalists, diplomats and rights groups. SECURITY PARAMOUNT Trump has objected to punitive measures against Riyadh over human rights. But in April he threatened withholding military support — boosted after 2019 attacks on Saudi energy facilities — after an oil war between Riyadh and Moscow wreaked havoc on markets, threatening the U.S. oil industry. Prince Faisal stressed that despite “occasional divergences”, the Saudi-U.S. alliance “goes much deeper than just one king or one president.” Riyadh and its Gulf allies strongly disagreed with the Obama administration over the 2015 Iran nuclear deal and the 2011 “Arab Spring”, warning Washington against abandoning traditional allies and the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood. State-backed media in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates recently focused on emails linked to Hillary Clinton and the Brotherhood — a move one Saudi source said aimed to show Democrats had erred and could do so again. “There is concern that a Biden presidency would at best, mean a reduced U.S. focus on the Middle East, and at worst … a more hardline approach towards Saudi Arabia and Gulf countries,” said Abdulaziz Sager, chairman of Riyadh-based Gulf Research Center. “There is a desire for clarity among Saudis in terms of what Biden’s concrete foreign policy would be towards Saudi Arabia.” Gulf states are also trying to push through arms deals, with the UAE and Qatar seeking U.S. F-35 fighter jets. HOLDING CARDS CLOSE The UAE has hedged its bets, reducing its military presence in Yemen and becoming the first Arab state in a quarter century to normalise ties with Israel, creating a new axis against Iran and Islamists deemed a threat to Gulf dynastic rule. Bahrain followed suit, handing Trump a win in U.S.-brokered accords that also garnered bipartisan support. “One of the reasons Gulf states are establishing relations is because they realised a few months ago they might not have the U.S. to rely on as in the past. Israel is a natural partner,” said a source familiar with the process. Saudi columnist Mohammed Al Al-Sheikh, writing in local daily Al Jazirah, said this “created a new reality on the ground that candidate Biden cannot overlook” when dealing with Iran. Trump initially said the United States was “locked and loaded” after the 2019 attacks on Saudi oil facilities, blamed by Riyadh and Western powers on Tehran, but a conventional military response did not materialise. The apparent attempt to avoid a war was watched closely around the Gulf. Saudi Arabia tacitly backed the Israel deals but is unlikely to join soon given its position as custodian of Islam’s holiest sites and architect of a 2002 Arab Peace Initiative that offered Israel ties in return for Palestinian statehood. Riyadh has said only an Israeli-Palestinian deal could deliver lasting peace and stability. “The Saudis will probably not move to recognize Israel before the election in large part because this is a card they can play with a new Biden administration,” said David Rundell, a former chief of mission at the U.S. embassy in Riyadh. Gulf rivals are also biding time over a political row that has seen Riyadh and its allies boycott Qatar, two of the Gulf sources said, despite pressure from Trump to end the dispute. If Trump wins, Riyadh would seek to end the row and form a united Gulf Arab front against Iran, one of the sources said. “It may not be as big an issue for Biden, but if he also pushes for it, then we’ll see progress.” Source: Reuters

Magacyada Duuliyeyaashii Diyaaradihii Duqeeyey Hargaysa 1988 Iyo Qabaa’ilka Ay Kasoo Jeedaan

October 22, 2020 | Published by: yaska Xigmad uu reebay madaxweynihii hore ee Koonfur Afrika Mandela ayaa ahayd” Forgive, but never forget their names”, oo nuxur ahaan noqonaysa, in cadowgii dhibta kuu geystay aad saamixi karto, hasayeeshee aanad magacyadood iloobin. Waxa nasiib wanaag ah inuu maalmahan Hargaysa uu ku sugan yahay mudane Axmed Maxamed Maxamuud ‘Axmed dheere’, oo damiirkiisu siin waayey inuu xasuuqo dad maati ah oo qaxayey ama goobo ay ku qaxeen ku sugnaa. Axmed Dheer wuxuu go’aansaday oo uu doorbiday inuu la fakado diyaaraddii uu waday oo ahayd Miig 17, uu 13 Juulay 1988 uu si geesinimo leh ugu dejiyo xeebta Jabuuti. Go’aankaa uu qaatay Axmed dheer wuxuu noqday mid taariikhda shicibka Soomaalilaan baal dahab ah kaga suntan. Waxaanu adduunka u caddeeyey in xasuuqdii shicibka Hargaysa lagu hayey uu ka markhaati kacay. Abaalkaasi uu shicibka Hargaysa gashaday Axmed Dheere waa kaa sannad kasta oo uu Hargaysa yimaado casuumado iyo soo dhaweyn aan kala go’ lahayn uu kala kulmo shicibkii uu ka badbaadiyey gantaalihii ay siday diyaaradii loo dhiibay ee soo laa lagu yidhi. Madaxdii duuliyeyaasha amraysay ee Hargaysa u soo wareegay waxa ay kala ahaayeen: Khaliif Ciise Yuusuf (Majeerteen) taliyihii ciidanka cirka Ballidoogle. Faarax Siciid (Majeerteen) taliyihii ciidanka cirka Hargaysa. Maxamed Aadan Dirir (Mareexaan) taliyihii ciidankii cirka Berbera. Magacyada Duuliyeyaashii Hargaysa Duqeeyey = Yuusuf Maxamuud Maxamed (Majeerteen)..Duuliye Miig 17 = Mursal Xaaji Axmed ‘Muufo’ ( Abgaal)…Duuliye Miig 19 = Maxamed Xasan Raage (Xawaadle)….Duuliye Miig 19 = Xuseen Aadan Ibraahin (Gadabuursi)…Duuliye Miig 19 = Axmed Gurxan Hoore ( Ogaadeen)…….Duuliye Miig 19 = Maxamed Axmed Xaayow (Abgaal)……Duuliye  Miig 19 = Xirsi Maxamed Faarax (Mareexaan)……Duuliye Miig 19 = Axmed Maxamed Maxamuud ( Mareexaan)….Duuliye CESNA = Suufi Jeylaani Maxamed (Barawaani)…..Duuliye CESNA = Faarax Xaaji Salaad (Majeerteen)….Duuliye CESNA = Yuusuf Juseeb ( Majeerteen)….Duuliye CESNA = Xasan Yare (Ogaadeen)….Duuliye CESNA = Maxamuud Xaaji Warsame (Dhulbahante)….Duuliye Hunter = Maxamed Khaliif Isaaq (Raxanweyn)……….Duuliye Hunter Intii ku dhimatay intii ay duqeynta wadeen ee gantaal Eebbe ku dhacay oo cillad farsamo darteed u dhacday waxa ay kala ahaayeen: = Maxamed Xasan Raage (Xawaadle)…….Duuliye Miig 19 = Xuseen Aadan Ibraahin (Gadabuursi)…Duuliye Miig 19 = Axmed Gurxan Hoori (Ogaadeen)…Duuliye  Miig 19 = Maxamed Axmed Xaayow (Abgaal)….Duuliye Miig 19 = Maxamed Khaliif Isaaq (Raxanweyn)…Duuliye Miig 19 Cali Cabdi Coomay Suxufi, qoraa ah.  Hargaysa, Soomaalilaan

Somalia’s Central Bank refutes claims of legal suits against local bank

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Puntland submits names for Federal Elections Committee

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