Radio Somaliland - 06 May, 2013 By Abdirahman Mohamed Dirye, The worst thing is that when your partner wants not to divorce even though you technically divorced and he or she pretends to look a couple living under one roof, now that is the case of Somaliland and Somalia.
Radio Somaliland - 07 May, 2012 By Ibrahim Mead - "The infamous, misguided and partial decision in classifying political parties in to winners and losers according to their yard stick before any voting took place"
Radio Somaliland - 30 Sep, 2006 Ugu horeyn cidii weli aan daawan cajalada waa inta aaney maqaalkan aqrin ay daawataa cajajalada, marka xiga cajalada oo la soo gaarsiiyay Radio Somaliland ugu horeyntii waanu ka naxney, balse markaanu dhowr jeer daawney waxa nagu soo boodey qeybo shaki na geliyay sida ruux la sheegayo in uu sheekh maxamed ismail yahay oo aan u muuqan ruux marxalada uu ku jiro ka welwelsan sida isaga oo qoslaya isla markaana aaney wax jirdil ahi jirkiisa ka muuqan.
Radio Somaliland - 30 Sep, 2006 Waxa maalmihii ina soo dhaafey aad loo hadal hayay cajalad ay radio lascanood ku soo bandhigtey mareegtada internetka oo uga sii gudbey qaar kale, hadaba arintan oo ay dadka daawadaey ay siyaabo kala gedisan u fasirteen ayaa waxa isna ka hadley wasiirka arrimaha gudaha ee jamhuuriyada somaliland mudane c/lahi ismail ciro.
Radio Somaliland - 27 Sep, 2006 Somalia's Transitional Federal Government will not remain committed to peace talks with the country's Union of Islamic Courts (ICU) if it persists in its "aggressive policies of attacks and territorial expansion," the Somali Foreign Minister told the United Nations General Assembly today
Radio Somaliland - 26 Sep, 2006 KISMAYO, Somalia -- Women took to the streets of this strategic port town Tuesday to protest the arrival of a radical Islamic militia, one day after the militants opened fire on a larger protest here and killed a teenager.
Militiamen quickly broke up Tuesday's protest and arrested 20 women, according to relatives of the demonstrators who didn't want to be named for fear of reprisals. The militants also parked their "technicals" _ trucks mounted with guns _ along roads to prevent gatherings
Radio Somaliland - 26 Sep, 2006 waxa intii ka danbeysey qabsashadii midawga maxaakiimta ee magaalada muqdisho soo ifbaxayey in maxkamaduhu aaney waxba kaga duwaneyn kooxihii hore ee konfurta isga danbeeyay marka laga hadlayo qadiyada somaliland ee gooni isu taaga.
Pope Benedict XVI has expressed "total and profound respect" for the Muslim faith, as he attempts to defuse a row between Islam and the Catholic Church. He made the remarks in a meeting with envoys from the Muslim world, weeks after a speech in Germany prompted an angry reaction by some Muslims. Iraq's ambassador said it was time to move on from the row and build bridges. But the Indonesian envoy said he was surprised that there was no direct dialogue at the meeting.
Somalia (AFP) - Hundreds of Ethiopian soldiers moved into the temporary seat of Somalia's weak government on Monday to protect the administration from feared attacks by powerful Islamists, witnesses said. Between 300 and 400 uniformed Ethiopian soldiers in heavy trucks rolled into Baidoa after Islamist forces seized a key southern port overnight, further threatening the transitional government's limited authority, they said.
Radio Somaliland - 25 Sep, 2006 Some of the courtrooms are not even courtrooms: tiny offices or basement rooms without a judge’s bench or jury box. Sometimes the public is not admitted, witnesses are not sworn to tell the truth, and there is no word-for-word record of the proceedings. Nearly three-quarters of the judges are not lawyers, and many — truck drivers, sewer workers or laborers — have scant grasp of the most basic legal principles. Some never got through high school, and at least one went no further than grade school.
Radio Somaliland - 25 Sep, 2006 By NASTEEX DAHIR FARAH - Associated Press Writer, KISMAYO, Somalia — Hundreds of Islamic militiamen in heavily armed trucks took over the southern town of Kismayo, one of the last seaports that had been outside their control in Somalia, witnesses said Sunday.