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"
San Jose, California - Ku talagalka Miisaaniyada 2007 waxay hoos u dhacday (62%) marka la garab dhigo dakhliga 2005 ee uu Hantidhawrku soo hubiyay ( sida uu ku andacoonaayo) sida ku qayaxan warbixinta Hantidhawraha Guud Qaranka ee xisaab xidhkii miisaniyadda Dawladda ee sannadka 2005.
Hargeisa - "Justice has played very little role in Somaliland’s recognition and development, though the country has fulfilled all the requirement of international law for statehood, i.e. Montevideo convention on the right and duties of states Dec, 26, 1934". The paragraph was among a letter sent by parliamentary committee. Read the full text...
By Cathy Majtenyi VOICE OF AMERICA, 08 March, 2007 — Hargeisa, Somaliland - Press-freedom watchdogs are alarmed over the recent prison sentences of four journalists in the self-declared Somaliland republic. Cathy Majtenyi reports for VOA from Nairobi.
JEFFREY GETTLEMAN The New York Times — USA — 07 March, 2007 - Hargeysa is the capital of a poor, peaceful self-declared republic. Ice cream trucks selling bona fide soft serve hit the streets. Money changers, unarmed and unguarded, push cash through the market in wheelbarrows. Politicians from three distinct parties get ready for another day of debate, which recently included an animated discussion on registering nomadic voters.
Hargeisa - Golaha Wakiilada Somaliland ayaa fadhigii shalay cod aqlabiyad ah ku ansixiyay qaraar ka kooban afar qodob oo ku saabsan cabudhinta Saxaafadda iyo xadhigga sharci-darrada ah ee suxufiyiinta Haatuf, wuxuuna qaraarkaasi ka dambeeyay mooshin ku saabsan cabudhinta saxaafadda oo golaha la hor keenay.
HARGEISA (Reuters), Sun Mar 4, 2007 5:56 PM GMT19. By Hussein Ali Nur - A Somaliland court sentenced four journalists on Sunday to jail terms ranging from two to two-and-a half years for defaming the country's president and revoked the licence of the paper that employed them.