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Somalia: Country Profile

Full Country Name: Somali Democratic Republic
Area: 637,657sq km
Population: 9.36 million (2010 UN estimate)
Capital City: Mogadishu
People: Somali (85%), Bantu, Arabs
Languages: Somali (official), Arabic, Italian, English
Religion: Sunni Muslim
Currency: Somali shilling. Although there is no central bank, various currencies are used. The self declared Republic of Somaliland has its own currency, the Somaliland shilling.

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Ethiopia PM resignation big lesson for Uganda - The Observer
The Observer Ethiopia PM resignation big lesson for Uganda The Observer Ethiopia is, therefore, a big lesson to our revolutionary leaders who led a guerrilla war and removed a government. Another important factor is that the Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) had just ...
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Oxfam deserves criticism, but this is a gift for the anti-aid ideologues - The G...
The Guardian Oxfam deserves criticism, but this is a gift for the anti-aid ideologues The Guardian However, there is another question which has not even been raised by any of the reports since the Oxfam scandal broke: why are NGOs staffed by (mainly) white expatriates? They have to be paid far m...
How terrorists raise money to hit targets - Daily Monitor (press release) (blog)
Daily Monitor (press release) (blog) How terrorists raise money to hit targets Daily Monitor (press release) (blog) According to the findings, it is believed that many businesses operated by the Somali community in Uganda such as ?money exchange and remittance companies? and fuel stations send...
Can Somalia\'s fishing industry keep pirates out of business? - PBS NewsHour
PBS NewsHour Can Somalia's fishing industry keep pirates out of business? PBS NewsHour From 2010 to 2012, pirates ruled Somali waters, costing commercial ships billions of dollars in ransoms. Over the last few years, increased naval patrolling and security improved the situation drastica...
Abdoul Abdi, refugee facing deportation, says he is looking for a second chance ...
CBC.ca Abdoul Abdi, refugee facing deportation, says he is looking for a second chance CBC.ca Abdoul Abdi, a former child refugee from Somalia who is facing deportation after foster homes did not apply for his citizenship as a child, feels he has a second chance after a recently completed pris...
OCHA\'s Lowcock seeks private and public partners in Davos - Devex
Devex OCHA's Lowcock seeks private and public partners in Davos Devex DAVOS, Switzerland ? In between trips to Syria and Somalia , Mark Lowcock, the head of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, was in Davos this week, speaking to the private sector about p...
Minneapolis Awash in Security Forces for Super Bowl - Insurance Journal
KLAS-TV Minneapolis Awash in Security Forces for Super Bowl Insurance Journal Minneapolis has seen dozens of young men travel to Somalia or Syria to join extremist groups over the past decade. There also has been a stabbing attack at a central Minnesota mall and a more recent bombing of a loca...
Rising piracy on Indian Ocean spells high insurance charges - Daily Nation
Daily Nation Rising piracy on Indian Ocean spells high insurance charges Daily Nation A member of the Somali security forces guards the beach on the coast of Qaw, in Puntland last December. file photo | nmg. In Summary. Nine piracy attacks were recorded off Somalia in 2017, up from two in ...
Somalia: At least 230 dead in Mogadishu blast - BBC News
wtkr.com Somalia : At least 230 dead in Mogadishu blast BBC News A massive bomb attack in a busy area of the Somali capital Mogadishu on Saturday is now known to have killed at least 230 people, police say. Hundreds more were wounded when a lorry packed with explosives detonated near the entr...
 
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