BOGA HORE
DOOD WADAAG
AFLAAN CUSUB
QIYAAMO MUSALSAL
MARQAATIGA NOOL
ARRIMAHA BULSHADA
RA'YIGA DADWEYNAHA
MUUSIGA MUQDISHO
FACEBOOK PAGE
YOUTUBE CHANNEL
Navigation
Latest Media
Warkii 27 03 2015
[27-03-2015 01:10]
Qiyaamo 355
[26-03-2015 19:22]
Hadii dowlada fashi...
[26-03-2015 12:37]
Warkii 26 03 2015
[26-03-2015 00:28]
Andaaz appna Appna
[25-03-2015 20:26]
Warkii 25 03 2015
[25-03-2015 00:20]
Warkii 24 03 2015
[24-03-2015 15:44]
Qiyaamo 354
[24-03-2015 12:00]
Qiyaamo 353
[23-03-2015 19:21]
Dumaashi waa ceeb s...
[23-03-2015 10:22]
 



Primary content on this page
Top Shabaab commander captured
27-03-2015

Ports shut, oil price up as Yemen descends into chaos
27-03-2015

St. Cloud business leaders learn about Somali workforce
27-03-2015

Airlines are rushing to adopt new cockpit security rules after the Germanwings crash
27-03-2015

United States Issues Uganda Terror Attack Warning
26-03-2015

Saudis begin airstrikes against Houthi rebels in Yemen
26-03-2015

Kenyan official: Chinese eatery that barred Africans closed
26-03-2015

Drive from Europe to the U.S.? Russia proposes world's greatest superhighway
26-03-2015

Somalis, After 2 Famines, Still Face Food Insecurity
25-03-2015

Saudi Arabia Military Amasses Near Yemen Border: U.S. Officials
25-03-2015

Top Shabaab commander captured
Mogadishu - A top commander of the Somali Islamist group al-Shabaab was captured Thursday as he was preparing attacks in the country's capital, a senior intelligence officer said.
Ports shut, oil price up as Yemen descends into chaos
Yemen sank further into chaos as Saudi Arabia led an aerial assault on Houthi rebels this morning. All the country’s ports have been closed.
St. Cloud business leaders learn about Somali workforce
Members of the St. Cloud business community had the opportunity to learn about Somali culture and workforce at Thursday's East African Presentation and Job Fair.
Airlines are rushing to adopt new cockpit security rules after the Germanwings crash
The Germanwings flight 9525 that officials say was likely intentionally crashed by co-pilot Andreas Lubitz when the other pilot went to the toilet, was following current European guidelines for operating a commercial airline. The European Aviation Safety Agency’s regulations only require one pilot—and no additional crew members—to be present in the cockpit at any given time. Regardless, some airlines have already started to change their own policies so that no one is left alone in the cockpit in the future.
United States Issues Uganda Terror Attack Warning
The United States embassy in Uganda has issued an emergency warning to its nationals, saying a terrorist attack may take place soon in the capital Kampala. "The US embassy has received information of possible terrorist threats to locations where Westerners, including US citizens, congregate in Kampala, and that an attack may take place soon," the embassy said yesterday.
Saudis begin airstrikes against Houthi rebels in Yemen
Saudi Arabia began airstrikes Wednesday against Houthi rebel positions in Yemen, vowing that the Sunni kingdom will do "anything necessary" to restore a deposed government that has been routed by the Iranian-backed group.
Kenyan official: Chinese eatery that barred Africans closed
Kenyan authorities closed a Chinese restaurant in the capital which was accused by a local newspaper of refusing to serve Africans.
Drive from Europe to the U.S.? Russia proposes world's greatest superhighway
According to a March 23 report in The Siberian Times, Russian Railways president Vladimir Yakunin has proposed a plan for a massive trans-Siberian highway that would link his country's eastern border with the U.S. state of Alaska, crossing a narrow stretch of the Bering Sea that separates Asia and North America.
Somalis, After 2 Famines, Still Face Food Insecurity
After decades of conflict, experts say that the humanitarian crisis in Somalia remains among the worst in the world.
Saudi Arabia Military Amasses Near Yemen Border: U.S. Officials
Saudi Arabia is moving heavy military equipment including artillery to areas near its border with Yemen, U.S. officials said on Tuesday, raising the risk that the Middle East's top oil power will be drawn into the worsening Yemeni conflict.
ISIL courts al-Shabab as al-Qaeda ties fade away
Nigeria's Boko Haram swore allegiance recently to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in an audio message with French and English subtitles.

 
 
Primary content on this page
Top Shabaab commander captured
27-03-2015

Ports shut, oil price up as Yemen descends into chaos
27-03-2015

St. Cloud business leaders learn about Somali workforce
27-03-2015

Airlines are rushing to adopt new cockpit security rules after the Germanwings crash
27-03-2015

United States Issues Uganda Terror Attack Warning
26-03-2015

Saudis begin airstrikes against Houthi rebels in Yemen
26-03-2015

Kenyan official: Chinese eatery that barred Africans closed
26-03-2015

Drive from Europe to the U.S.? Russia proposes world's greatest superhighway
26-03-2015

Somalis, After 2 Famines, Still Face Food Insecurity
25-03-2015

Saudi Arabia Military Amasses Near Yemen Border: U.S. Officials
25-03-2015

 
AQBAL MUSALSAL CUSUB
Sponsored Links
FAALIYAHA QARANKA
CARUURTA WAXA LUMIYA
DULMIGA DHIBATADIISA
HOOYGII JACEYLKA
DIIMAHA CARUURTA
OUR TV FREQUENCY
MARONA CLARA
RIYADA CARUURTA
MUSALSAL CEYNI
Login
Username

Password



Forgotten your password?
Request a new one here.
Render time: 0.05 seconds 27,689,417 unique visits Top