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Ethiopia bomb shakes Minn. woman's life, but not her future
Nimco fled Ethiopia and came to the United States in 2006 looking for a better life. She visited him for the first time in over 10 years, and just 30 minutes away from getting to her dad's home in Ethiopia, a bomb exploded under her vehicle, changing her life forever.As Nimco looks back at her life this past year, she can't help but smile knowing she is finally able to tell her story."To be honest, I never thought I would be alive," she said. "I did not really sleep until I came back to Minnesota."On Jan. 17, 2013 in Ethiopia near the Somali border, Nimco was just 30 minutes from seeing her father when it happened."When the bomb happened, it threw me very far away so it break my spine," she said. " tried to stand up, I could not stand up, I tried to move, I could not move." The doctors told her she'd never walk again. Nimco not only suffered a broken spine, but also numerous burns to her arms and legs. At the hospital in Ethiopia, 3 doctors from around the world treated her including, an American. Nimco says she wouldn't be alive without them.
(Ogadentoday Press)- Maamulka Ogadentoday Press wuxuu ku wargalinayaa Akhristayaasha Sharafta baddan in Saacadaha soo socda aan u guuri doono Naqshad Cusub oo aad ooga duwan midii horre.Tilmaamaha aan idin siin doono waxaa ka mid ah. Wararka aad u baahan tahay oo dhan waxaad ka heli sida horre labba qayb ee English Iyo Somalia ah, qaybta hoose waxa sii gali wararka, dhanka Bidix waxaa ku yaalla Qaybta Maqaalada oo isku jira, ha noqdo Maqaalada English ama Soomaaliga. Dhanka Hoose waxaad ka daawan doontaa Vedio aan idin soo xulno, Xasuusnow Vedio qaarkood warar ahaan ku soo galin doonaa. WARKA TOP saaran oo ah kolba mid muhiim ah waxan ku daynaynaa Saacado, laakin warar ka danbeeya midkaas hoostiisa ayay sii galayaan. Haddii aad ku aragtid war saarran Saacado meesha macnaheeda mahan war lama soo qorin ee hoos sii eeg!
Another explosion shook the Dadaab refugee camp this morning, when a landmine exploded. The Star reports the explosion took place at the IFO 1 camp. A group of aid workers were at the scene, but reportedly managed to escape the blast. The Nation reveals it took place around 8:40 this morning and officials are attempting to examine the extent of the damages. According to The Star, Garissa County Commissioner, Rashid Khatoor revealed the landmine was targeting vehicles transporting police officers escorting aid workers.This follows a recent explosion on 30 December where officers escaped an explosion in the Dadaab camp, while some suffered minor injuries.
Somalia's Puntland appoints new president- Abdiwali Mohamed Gas
Somalia's semi-autonomous region of Puntland has chosen Abdiweli Mohamed Ali as president in a vote held in Garowe the regions capital, amid tight security.Abdiweli unseated the incumbent president Abdirahman Mohamed Farole in a tightly contest run-off poll. Ali is a former prime minister of Somalia under Sheikh Sharif. Ali garnered 33 votes as opposed to Farole's 32.No candidates secured the required two-thirds majority in the first and second round of voting. Farole won the first two rounds of voting with comfortable margins. Eight candidates were eliminated in the first round voting. The whole voting processes was broadcast live on local TVs and radio stations.Puntland declared itself to be semi-autonomous from Somalia in 1998 as fighting raged through most of the country. Since then the region of about 2.5 million people has had four presidents, all selected by MPs who were in turn selected by clan elders.
Somalia’s Puntland to Elect President in Parliamentary Vote
Lawmakers in Somalia’s semi-autonomous Puntland region are set to vote in a new president to lead a region seeking greater authority to develop its potential oil resources and flush out Islamist militants.At least 17 candidates are running for five-year terms as president and deputy, according to a statement on the website of the Garowe-based government office. Members of parliament, chosen by clan elders last month, will select the leaders today.Puntland, which declared autonomy in 1988, severed ties with the government in Somalia in August after accusing it of failing to distribute power and share resources including foreign aid with the region. The current president, Abdirahman Mohamed Mohamud, led a process to adopt a new constitution in April 2012 and spearheaded a strategy to enlist youth groups and local communities to combat al-Qaeda-linked militants.
Ethiopian Migrants Expelled by Saudis Remain in Limbo Back Home
LEGUAMA, Ethiopia — Mohammed Jemal left Ethiopia two years ago. He wanted to be independent, to support his family — and to escape the mockery of having squandered a big chance for a better life.“I went to college and dropped out. I somehow failed,” he said. If he had gone back home and started a simple life with a poorly paid job, he said, “people would have called my family names.”So, like many Ethiopians, Mr. Mohammed left his small, rural hometown in central Ethiopia to seek his fortune in Saudi Arabia. He entered the country illegally, he said, having walked most of the way through Djibouti and Yemen. Once he got there, he said, he worked as a guard and receptionist.
Ethiopia Rejects Egyptian Proposal on Nile as Dam Talks Falter
Ethiopia rejected a proposal that would guarantee Egypt the rights to most of the Nile River’s water, as disagreements cast doubt over future talks about Africa’s biggest hydropower project.The 6,000-megawatt Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam on Ethiopia’s Blue Nile River, set to be completed in 2017, has raised concern in Cairo that it will reduce the flow of the Nile, which provides almost all of Egypt’s water. The Blue Nile is the main tributary of the Nile.The $4.2 billion dam 30 kilometers (19 miles) from Sudan’s border will benefit agricultural and power interests in the region and not cause water losses downstream, Ethiopia says. Sudan supports the hydropower project designed to produce electricity for much of East Africa that began in April 2011.
South Sudan government, rebels commence peace talks in Ethiopia
China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi, left, addresses a news conference with his Ethiopian counterpart Tedros Adhanom during his official visit to Ethiopia's capital Addis Ababa on Monday. China, with stake in oil in South Sudan, has pushed for a ceasefire.ReutersRebels and a government delegation from South Sudan started peace talks on Tuesday to try to end fighting that has left the world's newest state on the brink of civil war.The talks in neighboring Ethiopia will focus on brokering a ceasefire to halt three weeks of violence that has killed at least 1,000 people and driven 200,000 from their homes.The fighting, often along ethnic faultlines, has pitted President Salva Kiir's SPLA government forces against rebels loyal to former vice president Riek Machar."We have begun our meeting on the cessation of hostilities," a member of the government delegation told Reuters. After opening, the talks quickly took a break to allow consultations in Juba about the release of detained rebels.
Deg-Deg- War Xannuun Baddan oo Jabuuti ka soo yeedhay
(Ogadentoday Press)- War aanan wali xaqiijin ayaa sheegaya in Sirdoonka Dowlada Itoobiya oo Guryaha kala baxay Muwaadiin ka soo jeeda Soomaalida Ogaadeeniya ku waas oo ku noola Dalka Jabuuti in baddan ahaana qaarkood Arday meesha qaar kalle Dalkaas ka Shaqaysanayeen.
Ethiopia: Somalis, ONLF, OLF plus Eritreans hold "Horn of Africa Solidarity Conference"in Frankfurt, Germany
(Ogadentoday Press)- The "Horn of Africa Solidarity Conference" is held in Frankfurt, Germany on Saturday.This conference,which is annually held was this time long-time invested and properly organized by Somali Communities from Ogaden Region in Germany. This Conference, which was totally different from the previous ones was participated in different communities from Horn of Africa mainly Somali communities,Oromio Communities, Eritrean Communities and Somali communities from Occupied-Ogaden region.The aim of the Conference was to overthrow what they call an "illegal government" of Tigray People's liberation front Regime of Addis Ababa. The Leaders from United Horn of Africa allies of ONLF,OLF,Somali Diaspora,plus Eritreans that participated in the conference vowed to oust out the minority regime of Tigray.
Madaxweynaha Somalia oo guul ku tilmaamay Doorashada Puntland
(Ogadentoday Press) — Madaxweynaha Soomaaliya, Xasan Sheekh Maxamud ayaa ku tilmaamay doorashooyinka Puntland horumar lagu tallaabsaday, una rajeeyay in doorashada madaxweynaha Puntland ee berri dhacaysa ay noqoto mid sii xoojisa horumarka iyo dimuqraadiyadda Soomaaliya.“Aad baan u soo dhoweynaynaa in doorashooyinkii Puntland ay marayaan marxaladdii ugu dambeysey oo maalinta berri ah xildhibaanada Puntland ay dooran doonaan shaqsigii noqon lahaa madaxweynaha Puntland shanta sano ee soo socoto,” ayuu yiri madaxweynaha Soomaaliya.
(Ogadentoday Press)-Unlike Syrian regime, Ethiopian regime bans “the presence in Ogaden” by the only organisation that’s primarily mandated “working in the armed conflicts”, which is the International Committee of the Red Cross - ICRC. Though regime’s intensified bloody crackdown against the Ogaden was going on since 2005, it got the knowledge of outside world after regime claimed conducting “Massive crackdown against ONLF fighters”, following the April 2007 Obole attack on Chinese Oil companies. However, Ethiopia’s bloody crackdown did not remain intended only to ONLF forces, but also -because of their vulnerable nature, civilian populations and humanitarian NGOs became main targets for the regime. Therefore, ICRC - among Ethiopia’s soft targets, was expelled July 2007 from the Ogaden after it was accussed as it’s among ONLF sympathizers; just like how regime has “perceived feelings” that civilian populations support ONLF.
Minneapolis:It's a trial by fire for Sixth Ward's new council member
Abdi Warsame had hoped to rest at home on New Year’s Day. Then his phone rang at 8:30 in the morning.“Cedar is on fire!” said a man in Somali. Minutes later, the new City Council member for Minneapolis’ Sixth Ward was standing in front of a century-old building ablaze in Cedar-Riverside, where he would soon learn that 14 people were injured and an immigrant-owned grocery store had been destroyed. Authorities continue to investigate the cause of the blast that killed three people, and have officially identified two of the dead men. On the frigid Wednesday morning of the fire, Warsame experienced conflicting emotions: shock at the damage and injuries, but also relief that the fire had struck a smaller area and not spread to Riverside Plaza, where thousands of East African immigrants live.
XOG CULUS: Khilaaf la Xiriiro Magacaabista Golaha Wasiirada oo taagan & dad ay kala wataan Madaxweyne Xasan & RW C/wali
Ayada oo wali laga war dhowraayo soo Xulista & ku dhawaaqida Golaha Wasiirada kuwaas oo lagu waday in maanta lagu dhawaaqo ayaa dib u dhac uu ku yimid .Dib u dhacaan ayaa waxaa sabab looga dhigayaa ismaandhaaf la xiriiro Golaha Wasiirada oo soo kala dhex galay Madaxweyne Xasan Sheekh & RW Cabdiwali iskumari la’a dadka noqonaayo Wasiirada Cusub taas oo hakad galisay dibna u dhigtay ku dhawaaqista Golaha Wasiirada Cusub .Maalmihii la soo dhaafay ayaa waxaa taagnaa Warar Sheegaayo in Madaxweyne Xasan Sheekh uu olole ugu jiro sidii uu Markale u soo Celin lahaa qaar badan oo kamid ah wasiiradii katirsana Xukuumadii dhacday ee Cabdi Faarax shirdoon Saacid kuwaas oo ay ugu Miisaan Cuslaayeen Faarax C/qaadir , C/kariin Xuseen Guuleed & Foosiyo Yuusuf Xaaji Aadan , waxaysu Wararku Sheegayaan in R/wasaare C/wali gabi ahaanbo qaadacay talada ah in dib loo sooceliyo Ragaan oo Mucaaradad xoogan ku dhex leh Golaha Baarlamaanka Soomaaliya go’aana laga gaaray kagadaale Markii Madaxweyne Xasan arkay diidmada R/wasaaraha & Cabaadka Beelaha Qaar ay samaynayaa asagoo ka tanaasulay aragtidii ahayd in ragas lagu soo daro liiska Wasiirada Cusub
(Ogadentoday Press)- All peoples have the right to self-determination. By virtue of that right they freely determine their political status and freely pursue their economic, social and cultural development.All peoples have the right to self-determination. By virtue of that right they freely determine their political status and freely pursue their economic, social and cultural development.Essentially, the right to self-determination is the right of a people to determine its own destiny. In particular, the principle allows a people to choose its own political status and to determine its own form of economic, cultural and social development. Exercise of this right can result in a variety of different outcomes ranging from political independence through to full integration within a state. The importance lies in the right of choice, so that the outcome of a people's choice should not affect the existence of the right to make a choice. In practice, however, the possible outcome of an exercise of self-
The company has made its base in Ethiopia's Ziway town in Oromiya state of Ethiopia, 159 km from capital Addis Abeba.The company signed an agreement Wednesday at the ministry of industry with ETG Designers and Consultants Plc, a local private firm, for establishing the modern meat processing and exporting plant. India's Ambassador to Ethiopia Sanjay Verma, who is concurrently accredited to Djibouti and the African Union, was present."The arrival of Allana will add more value to the Ethiopian economy, following the demand for meat production in the country, and to the existing $5 million investment by Indian companies," Verma said.