Friday, December 06, 2019
Wardheer News

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

NASA sees Tropical Storm 06A maintaining strength

NASA’s Aqua satellite found some powerful storms in Tropical Storm 06A as it moved through the Arabian Sea toward Somalia. NASA’s Aqua satellite used infrared light to analyze the strength of storms in 06A and found it was maintaining strength. … Continued

Somalians Remember Hotel Bombing Ten Years Later

By Harun Maruf WASHINGTON – Ten years ago on December 3, a suicide bomber attacked a graduation ceremony at Shamo Hotel, one of Mogadishu’s main hotels. Fourteen medical students, lecturers, and doctors from Banadir University were among 30 people who were … Continued

Somali fishermen get boost with new boats

By ABDULKADIR KHALIF Somali fisherman have received a boost after the United Nations handed over 12 fishing vessels to fishing cooperatives in Puntland State. John Purvis, FAO’s Coastal Communities Against Piracy (CCAP) Project Manager in Somalia on Thursday said that … Continued

Somalia: What does the future hold for my country?

Jamal Osman, a Somali journalist, has watched his country be torn apart by civil war for three decades. He thought that in Kismayo, a city in Jubbaland, southern Somalia, he had found a society which offered up hope of an … Continued