Saturday, December 14, 2019
Wardheer News

The Myth of Somali Exceptionality

Dr. Abdurahman Abdullahi (Baadiyow) Clannism is the main source of all kinds of tribulations in Somalia and as such various policies has to be developed to fight and eliminate its polarizing effect. This conception was proclaimed by the Somali Youth … Continued

Tribalism is not the Problem, Nepotism is!

By Abdihafid Mohamed Wadaad Naturally people are divided. From the bottom, two brothers of the same blood and flesh might sometimes part ways and can set up their families respectively away from each other’s area or knowledge. With that in … Continued

Mogadishu hotel attack ends with 11 dead

Mogadishu- An attack on a hotel in the Somali capital Mogadishu has left 11 people dead, including five militants, a government spokesman said on Wednesday after the siege ended. The religious terrorist group al-Shabaab, which is linked to al-Qaeda, has … Continued

Rasaas xooggan oo ka dhacaysa aagga Hotel SYL ee Muqdisho

Muqdisho (WDN)- War soo gaadhay WardheerNews, ayaa sheegaya in caawa weerer lagu qaaday Hotel SYL, hakaasi oo ay hadda ka socoto rasaas xooggani. Wararka ayaa sheegaya in dad ku lebisan dharka ciidanku ay galeen Hoteelka, iyaga oo sheegay in ay … Continued

Communique: 3rd National Economic Policy Forum

INTRODUCTION:  National Economic Council hosted its third-high level National Economic Policy Forum on the 7th and 8th of December 2019 in Mogadishu Somalia. Over 200 participants attended the forum. The theme of the National Economic Policy Forum was ‘Essential Reforms … Continued

With peace and security, Mogadishu is changing

Mogadishu is coming to life, again. These days, Mogadishu’s beautiful beaches are a hive of activity. Nestled in the north of the Somali capital is Liido Beach, a popular hangout spot surrounded by beautiful hotels and restaurants. These are a … Continued

Tropical depression develops into storm, gets a name

Muscat- The tropical depression which is moving towards Somalia coast and towards the centre of the Arabian Sea had developed into a tropical storm, according to Oman’s Public Authority for Civil Aviation. In a statement PACA also announced that the … Continued