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  1. Sizing up Somalia: a new offshore oil frontier in the making Somalia is one of the few remaining frontier oil and gas exploration territories and the Somalian federal government is promoting its advancement by launching its first ever offshore licensing round. We look at the latest developments. Since the late 60s, civil unrest has prohibited the exploitation of Somalia’s offshore oil and gas resources. Now, however, after several years of relative peace, the government is making a bid to attract foreign investment to develop the country’s oil and gas riches. In May, Somalia’s Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources launched its first offshore licensing round, featuring up to seven blocks that can be bid for between August 2020 and March 2021. According to seismic data processing company Spectrum, which acquired approximately 20,000 km of long-offset 2D seismic data offshore Somalia in 2015, there are strong indications of widespread distribution of good quality source rocks. Meanwhile, another subsurface data company, TGS, estimates un-risked resources for the Somali Basin could be around 30 billion barrels of oil. TGS has acquired more than 40,000 kilometres of 2D data, which covers the seven blocks on offer, Overall, the country, located in the Horn of Africa and bordered by Kenya and Ethiopia and close to Yemen, is a promising new frontier for oil exploration; it is not without its risks and challenges though. New activity Oil and gas exploration started in Somalia in the 1950/60s, with a total of 70 wells drilled, 80% of which were onshore. Many major companies, including ExxonMobil, BP, Texaco, and Shell, were active in the region at the time. In the 60s, before civil unrest stifled the sector, five discoveries were made but all were considered sub-commercial. Continue to read
  2. Ganacsatada Qaadka Kenya oo madaxweyne Uhuru Kenyatta ugu baaqay inuu Soomaaliya kala hadlo in Qaadka laga qaado xayiraada Beeraleyda Qaadka ee dalka Kenya ayaa sheegay inay ku jiraan waqtiyo adag oo dhaqaale xumo oo kasoo wajahay kadib markii dowladda Soomaaliya ay joojisay duulimaadyada xamuulka ee ka yimaada Kenya. Ganacstada Beeralayda Qaadka ee gobolka Meru, ayaa madaxweynaha Kenya ee Uhuru Kenyatta ugu baaqay in uu la xiriiro dhiggiisa Soomaaliya Maxamed C/llaahi Farmaajo si dib loogu bilaabo duulimaadyada Qaadka. “Beeraley badan ayaan cunay kaydkooda maxaa yeelay ma haysano meel aan ku iibin karno Qaadka Miraa. Xaaladda ayaa kacsan Madaxweynahana waa inuu ku dhaqaaqaa xawaare si dib loogu furo dhaqaalaha oo uu ula hawl galo deriskeenna oggolaanshaha duulimaadyada xamuulka, ”ayuu yiri Mr Lichoro. Ms Felicity Makena, oo ah Beeraley ka ganacsada Qaadka, ayaa sheegtay in xiritaanka maamulka hawadda Soomaaliya ay saameyn xun ku yeelatay dhaqaalaha meelaha soo koraya. “Waxaan ku amaaneynaa Madaxweynaheena sharciga uu u aqoonsaday miraa inuu yahay dalag lacageed. Miraa waa isha koowaad ee dakhliga Kabuitu laakiin suuq la'aan awgeed, waynu xanuunsan doonnaa. Madaxweynaha waa inuu si xawli ah ku socdaa si xaaladda loo badbaadiyo, ayay tiri Ms Makena. Sida laga soo xigtay Ururka Ganacsatada Nyambene Miraa, Soomaaliya waxay qaadataa ilaa 50 tan oo miraa maalin kasta oo lagu qiimeeyo Sh100 milyan.
  3. Soomaaliya iyo China oo isla meel dhigay ixtiraamka madax-bannaanida iyo dowladnimada labada (dal) Madaxweynaha Soomaaliya Maxamed Cabdulaahi Farmaajo oo wadahadal la yeeshay safiirka Shiinaha ee Soomaaliya Qin Jian, ayaa diiradda saaray ixtiraamka madax-bannaanida iyo dowladnimada labada dal. Intii kulanku socday, labada dhinac waxay adkeeyeen muhiimadda xoojinta xiriirka taariikhiga ah ee ka dhexeeya labada dal iyo dadkooda. Farmaajo ayaa soo dhoweeyay taageerada Shiinaha ee midnimada iyo dowladnimada Soomaaliya, wuxuuna ballanqaaday Soomaaliya inay ixtiraamidoonto madax-bannaanideeda iyo dowladnimadeeda dhul. "Labada dhinac waxay adkeeyeen aragtida wadajirka ah ee ixtiraamka midnimada iyo wadajirka dhuleed," ayuu Farmaajo ku yiri hadal uu soo saaray fiidnimadii Sabtida. Safiirka China Qin wuxuu mar kale xaqiijiyey ballan-qaadyada dowladda Shiinaha ee ah inay ixtiraamayso madax-bannaanida iyo midnimada Soomaaliya. Maamulka Somaliland ayaa dhawaan sheegay inay Taiwan u aqoonsan yiiin dal ahaan, iyagoo ugu tagay dalkooda islamarkaana u wada hadlay labo dowladdood oo yeelanaya xidhiidh cusub oo taariikhi ah. Tallaabada Somaliland waxay ka caraysiisay dowladda China oo safaaraddeeda Soomaaliya ay soo saartay bayaan kooban oo ay ku cambaaraynayso arintaas.
  4. 133 Somalis repatriated out of Uganda A total of 133 Somali nationals were on Saturday repatriated out of Uganda to Mogadishu in Somalia after over three months stay due to suspension of flights because of COVID-19. The 133 are part of over 350 who have so far been evacuated by the Somali Government out of Uganda ever since the outbreak of the Coronavirus. Majority of these were Somali students studying in various universities in Uganda, while others included visitors, tourists and Somali businessmen and women. The first batch of the Somali citizens left Entebbe Airport on June 1, 2020, the second batch departed on June 18, 2020, and the third one left Entebbe aboard a chartered flight from Mogadishu on July 4, 2020. Speaking at Entebbe Airport on Saturday, the Somali Acting Ambassador to Uganda H.E Ali Mohamed expressed gratitude with the Somali Government for extending a helping hand towards supporting its nationals return back home to their families. "I would also on a similar note express my heartfelt thanks to the Ugandan government, President Museveni, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Internal Affairs, UPDF, Ministry of Works & Transport, Civil Aviation Authority and Ministry of Health for the clearance given to us," said Ali. He said getting clearance amidst this COVID-19 pandemic to specifically allow planes into Ugandan airspace to evacuate Somali citizens wasn't an easy affair. "All those leaving Uganda for Somalia have duly been checked and are negative of COVID-19. We thank the Ministry of Health for this," he said. Ali noted that the Somali Government through its Embassy in Kampala is still registering those Somalis whom the lockdown got in Kampala. "But our target was in numbers ranging between 300-400, so the remaining numbers are minimal," he said. The ambassador thanked the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Amb. Ahmed Issa Awad for tirelessly facilitating the repatriation process. The 133 flew out of Entebbe aboard Chartered flight at 9am on Saturday to Aden Abdulle International Airport in Mogadishu. Despite its challenge with security caused by the civil war, the Federal Government of Somalia through the leadership, of President Mohamed Abdullah Mohamed ‘Farmaajo' under the supervision of Prime Minister Hassan Ali Kheire, the Head of the COVID-19 National Task Force has so far evacuated close to 3,000 Somalis from seven African countries and Asian states stuck due to the suspension of flights due to the Coronavirus. Somalia is among the first African states to evacuate its citizens from various countries. According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Somalia, close to 3,000 Somali nationals have been flown in from India, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Pakistan, Kenya, Oman, Uganda, and South Sudan among many others. Nur Ali Abdi aged 80 years, one of those who returned home expressed happiness with the Somali Government. Nur, who was residing in Mengo had visited Uganda for medical treatment when flights were suspended. Xigasho
  5. This is what we are investigating. Some of them are using sockpuppet accounts and virtual private networks (VPN) . What is even weirder is that the circle jerk echo chamber session of liking their own posts on this very thread. The desperation and insecurity is unheard of.
  6. Miraa traders decry denial of entry to Hargeisa-bound plane Miraa traders in the country are up in arms after Somalia turned back an aircraft transporting 13.6 tonnes of khat to Hargeisa, the capital of the breakaway Somaliland region. Nyambene Miraa Traders Association (Nyamita) Chairman Kimathi Munjuri said the plane was turned back on Saturday, despite having been cleared to make the trip. Mr Munjuri said the traders would lose Sh8 million if the khat is not delivered on time. “The miraa is valued at about Sh3 million, Sh2.5 million goes to transport and there are other logistical costs which cannot be refunded. We had approvals from the Somaliland Civil Aviation Authority and everything was going on well, until the aircraft entered Somalia’s airspace. The pilot was told that he was carrying illegal cargo,” Mr Munjuri said. Mr Munjuri complained about the slow pace at which the Foreign Affairs was addressing the trade stalemate with Somaliland. “We have even been trying to have the Somalia border reopened to facilitate trade but nothing seems to be moving. The ministries of Trade and Agriculture have been engaging the Foreign Affairs on various issues. All miraa trade issues seem to be stuck at Foreign Affairs,” he said. The move by Somalia was reportedly received with protests in Hargeisa by expectant miraa chewers. Hargeisa, a major consumer of Ethiopian khat, is experiencing a shortage of the stimulant due to ethnic unrest in the Oromia region for the last five days. According to Somalia-based news sites, the plane was denied entry due to the country’s air travel restrictions in a bid to contain the spread of Covid-19. Somalia banned miraa imports three months ago to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Despite Somaliland declaring unilateral independence in 1991, the issue of air traffic control is yet to be agreed on between Mogadishu and Hargeisa. ENGAGED IN TALKS The semi-autonomous state is currently engaged in talks with Somalia, mediated by Djibouti, to resolve long-standing differences. Air space control is one of the issues Somaliland wants solved in the talks that resumed late last month in Djibouti. Somaliland, withdrew all Covid-19 restrictions, including those on public gatherings and international flights, on June 23. The incident came a day after a delegation of Kenyan investors and government officials led by Suna East MP and National Assembly Minority Whip Junet Mohammed held talks with Somaliland President Muse Bihi at Hargeisa. In September 2017, Kenyan miraa traders also cashed in on khat shortage in Somaliland following disruption of the business by conflicts in Ethiopia’s Oromia and Somali regions. - Daily Nation
  7. Meru miraa traders say Somalia flights ban ruining their business Farmers who grow miraa varieties popular with the export market have decried harsh economic times following the suspension of international cargo flights into Somalia amid the Covid-19 pandemic. The farmers from lower lying parts of the Nyambene ranges In Meru County, particularly in Karama, Athiru, Kanjoo among others grow the ‘Grade’ or ‘Kiza’ variety which is exclusively meant for the Somalia market. According to the farmers, the variety is preferred for export due to its succulent trait that enables it to remain fresh after several hours of transportation. The variety is largely grown under irrigation. Led by Nyambene Miraa Sacco Chairman Moses Lichoro, the farmers from Kabuitu in Igembe Central called on President Uhuru Kenyatta to engage his Somalia counterpart Mohamed Abdullahi for the resumption of cargo flights. Mr Lichoro said farmers have run out of their savings after the ban, which is now in the third month, cut off their income. He said since their miraa variety has no market locally, they have been forced to prune their trees and occasionally sell small amounts to local traders. “We have drained our savings and now many farmers cannot afford a meal because we have nowhere to sell our miraa. The situation is dire and the President should move with speed to reopen the economy and engage our neighbours to allow cargo flights,” Mr Lichoro said. He said more than 50 workers were being engaged on his miraa farms daily before Covid-19 shut the economy. “Before the Covid-19 shutdown was declared, I would sell miraa worth more than Sh3 million every month. Over 50 people would earn wages from my farms but many of them are now jobless. Some of them are still relying on me for their daily subsistence. Life is too hard for us,” he said. SALES DOWN Mr Bernard Mwiti, a farmer, said he was making Sh500,000 in miraa sales three months ago but now he can hardly get Sh50,000. Ms Felicity Makena, another farmer, said the closure of the Somalia airspace has had a major negative effect on the economy in miraa growing areas. “We laud the President for the law that recognised miraa as a cash crop. Miraa is the primary source of income in Kabuitu but without a market, we will suffer. The President should move with speed to save the situation,” Ms Makena said. According to Mr Lichoro, Nyambene Miraa Sacco, which has 1,200 members, has hit its lending limit due to increased borrowing from cash-strapped farmers. Somalia closed its airspace and banned cargo flights apart from medical supplies, late March after recording its first Covid-19 case. The trade with Somalia was further complicated by suspension of local flights in the neighbouring country. Early June, the Somali government reportedly revoked the licences of two airlines for smuggling in miraa in the guise of medical supplies, as traders strived to beat the Covid-19 restrictions. According to Nyambene Miraa Traders Association, Somalia takes in about 50 tonnes of miraa daily valued at about Sh100 million during the peak season. - Daily Nation
  8. Meru miraa traders say Somalia flights ban ruining their business Farmers who grow miraa varieties popular with the export market have decried harsh economic times following the suspension of international cargo flights into Somalia amid the Covid-19 pandemic. The farmers from lower lying parts of the Nyambene ranges In Meru County, particularly in Karama, Athiru, Kanjoo among others grow the ‘Grade’ or ‘Kiza’ variety which is exclusively meant for the Somalia market. According to the farmers, the variety is preferred for export due to its succulent trait that enables it to remain fresh after several hours of transportation. The variety is largely grown under irrigation. Led by Nyambene Miraa Sacco Chairman Moses Lichoro, the farmers from Kabuitu in Igembe Central called on President Uhuru Kenyatta to engage his Somalia counterpart Mohamed Abdullahi for the resumption of cargo flights. Mr Lichoro said farmers have run out of their savings after the ban, which is now in the third month, cut off their income. He said since their miraa variety has no market locally, they have been forced to prune their trees and occasionally sell small amounts to local traders. “We have drained our savings and now many farmers cannot afford a meal because we have nowhere to sell our miraa. The situation is dire and the President should move with speed to reopen the economy and engage our neighbours to allow cargo flights,” Mr Lichoro said. He said more than 50 workers were being engaged on his miraa farms daily before Covid-19 shut the economy. “Before the Covid-19 shutdown was declared, I would sell miraa worth more than Sh3 million every month. Over 50 people would earn wages from my farms but many of them are now jobless. Some of them are still relying on me for their daily subsistence. Life is too hard for us,” he said. SALES DOWN Mr Bernard Mwiti, a farmer, said he was making Sh500,000 in miraa sales three months ago but now he can hardly get Sh50,000. Ms Felicity Makena, another farmer, said the closure of the Somalia airspace has had a major negative effect on the economy in miraa growing areas. “We laud the President for the law that recognised miraa as a cash crop. Miraa is the primary source of income in Kabuitu but without a market, we will suffer. The President should move with speed to save the situation,” Ms Makena said. According to Mr Lichoro, Nyambene Miraa Sacco, which has 1,200 members, has hit its lending limit due to increased borrowing from cash-strapped farmers. Somalia closed its airspace and banned cargo flights apart from medical supplies, late March after recording its first Covid-19 case. The trade with Somalia was further complicated by suspension of local flights in the neighbouring country. Early June, the Somali government reportedly revoked the licences of two airlines for smuggling in miraa in the guise of medical supplies, as traders strived to beat the Covid-19 restrictions. According to Nyambene Miraa Traders Association, Somalia takes in about 50 tonnes of miraa daily valued at about Sh100 million during the peak season. Xigasho
  9. Kenyan traders cry foul after Somalia bars khat Miraa traders in Kenya are up in arms after Somalia turned back an aircraft that was delivering 13.6 tonnes of khat to Hargeisa, the capital of the breakaway Somaliland region. Nyambene Miraa Traders Association (Nyamita) chairman Kimathi Munjuri said the cargo plane was turned back on Saturday despite having received clearance to leave Nairobi and deliver the highly prized commodity to Hargeisa. Hargeisa, a major consumer of Ethiopian khat, is experiencing a shortage of the stimulant due to ethnic unrest that has hit Ethiopia’s expansive Oromia region for the last five days. Flight 5YMSA, which had overflight and landing clearance from Somaliland Civil Aviation and Airports Authority, turned back and landed at Wajir International Airport. According to Somalia based news sites, the cargo plane was denied entry due to the country’s air travel restrictions in a bid to contain the spread of Covid-19. Xigasho
  10. Kenyan traders cry foul after Somalia bars khat Miraa traders in Kenya are up in arms after Somalia turned back an aircraft that was delivering 13.6 tonnes of khat to Hargeisa, the capital of the breakaway Somaliland region. Nyambene Miraa Traders Association (Nyamita) chairman Kimathi Munjuri said the cargo plane was turned back on Saturday despite having received clearance to leave Nairobi and deliver the highly prized commodity to Hargeisa. Hargeisa, a major consumer of Ethiopian khat, is experiencing a shortage of the stimulant due to ethnic unrest that has hit Ethiopia’s expansive Oromia region for the last five days. Flight 5YMSA, which had overflight and landing clearance from Somaliland Civil Aviation and Airports Authority, turned back and landed at Wajir International Airport. According to Somalia based news sites, the cargo plane was denied entry due to the country’s air travel restrictions in a bid to contain the spread of Covid-19. Xigasho
  11. Ganacsatada dalka Kenya oo UHURU ka codsaday inuu kala hadlo FARMAAJO Ganacsatada beeraleyda qaadka ee Kenya ayaa qeyla dhaan ka muujiyay khasaare xoogan oo kasoo gaaray xayiraada ay dowladda federaalka Somalia kusoo rogtay duulimaadyada ka yimaada dalka Kenya sababo la xiriira badqabka caafimaad ee shacabka inta ay xaalada COVID-19 kasoo hagaageyso Ganacsatada gobolka Miraa ee kasoo go’a qaadka loo soo dhoofiyo Somalia ayaa fariin ay saxaafadda u mariyeen madaxweynaha Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta waxay u sheegeen in keydkii ay haysteen uu ka dhamaaday, wax ay cunnaana aysan heysan. Sidaasi darteed waxay ka codsadeen inuu xiriir deg deg ah uu la sameeyo madaxweynaha Somalia Maxamed C/llaahi Farmaajo si loo furo duuliyaadyada, xayiraadana laga qaado ganacsigooda. Beeraleyda ka soo jeeda Nyambene ee Gobolka Meru, waxay aad uga soo go’a beerahooda qaadka Soomaaliya loo dhoofiyo ee nooca loo yaqaan Grade iyo Kiza iyo noocyo kala duwan oo si gaar ah loogu talagalay suuqa Soomaaliya. Xubno ka tirsan ganacsatada qaadka iyo beeraleeyda oo uu hoggaaminayay guddoomiyaha Miraa Moses Lichoro ayaa ugu yeeray Madaxweyne Uhuru Kenyatta in uu la xiriiro dhiggiisa Soomaaliya Maxamed C/llaahi Farmaajo si dib loogu bilaabo duulimaadyada xamuul. Mr Lichoro wuxuu sheegay in beeralaydu ay u dhaceen keydkoodii kadib xayiraadii, haddana socoto bishii saddexaad, madaxweyne Uhuruna ay ka dalbaden inuu badbaadiyo ganacsigooda iyo noloshooda. Wuxuu sheegay maadaama noocyada kala duwan ee qaadka hadda aysan lahayn suuq gudaha ah, ay ku qasbeen inay goostaan geedahooda isla markaana mararka qaar ay tiro yar ka iibiyaan ganacsatada maxalliga ah. “Waxaan keydinay waa dhamaadeen hadda beeraley badan ayaan awoodin inay inay helaan waxay cunaan maxaa yeelay ma haysanno meel aan ku iibin karno miraheena. Xaaladda ayaa kacsan Madaxweynahana waa inuu ku dhaqaaqo deg deg ah, lana xariiro dhigiisa Somalia, si dib loogu furo dhaqaalaha, deriskeenna oggolaanshaha duulimaadyada nooga dalbo, ”ayuu yiri Mr Lichoro. Wuxuu sheegay in ka badan 50 shaqaale ah ay ka howl galaan beeraha qaatka maalin walba kahor inta uusan imaan “Covid-19. “Ka hor intaan lagu dhawaaqin xiritaanka Covid-19, waxaan iibin lahaa miraa qiimahoodu ka badan yahay Sh3 milyan bil kasta. In ka badan 50 qof ayaa mushahar ka heli lahaa beeraleyda laakiin inbadan oo kamid ah hadda waa shaqo la’aan. Qaarkood weli waxay igu tiirsan yihiin raashinkooda maalinlaha ah. Noloshu aad ayey noogu adag tahay, ”ayuu yidhi yiri mid ka mid ah ganacsatada qaatka. Mr Bernard Mwiti, oo ah nin Beeraley ah, wuxuu sheegay inuu sameyn jiryay Sh500,000 seddex bilood ka hor, laakiin hadda si dhib yar ayuu ku heli karaa Sh50,000. Ms Felicity Makena, oo ah Beerale kale, ayaa sheegtay in xiritaanka maamulka hawadda Soomaaliya ay saameyn xun ku yeelatay dhaqaalihii soo korayay. “Waxaan ku amaaneynaa Madaxweynaha sharciga u aqoonsaday miraa inuu yahay dalag lacageed. Miraa waa isha koowaad ee dakhliga Kabuitu laakiin suuq la’aan, waynu xusuusan doonnaa. Madaxweynaha waa inuu si xawli ah ku socdaa si xaaladda loo badbaadiyo, ayay tiri Ms Makena. Soomaaliya ayaa xirtay hawadeeda waxayna xayirtay duulimaadyo xamuul oo aan ka ahayn sahay caafimaad, dabayaaqadii bishii Maarso kadib markii la arkay kiiskii ugu horreeyay ee Covid-19. Horraantii Juun, dawladda Soomaaliya ayaa lagu soo warramey in ay ruqsadii kala noqotay laba shirkadood oo tahriibinayay qaat xili lagu guda jiray xayiraada la saaray duulimaadyada. Sida laga soo xigtay Ururka Ganacsatada Miraa, Soomaaliya waxay qaadataa ilaa 50 tan oo miraa maalin kasta oo lagu qiimeeyo Sh100 milyan.
  12. Wasaaradda A/Dibedda Shiinaha oo war cusub kasoo saartay xiriirka Taiwan iyo Somaliland fariinna u dirtay DF Wasaaradda arrimaha dibedda Shiinaha ayaa sheegtay inay si weyn uga soo horjeeddo xiriirka dibloomaasiyadeed ee ay aas-aasteen maamullada Taiwan iyo Somaliland, oo ka kala tirsan Shiinaha iyo Soomaaliya, balse gooni u goosad ah. Afhayeenka wasaaradda arrimaha dibedda Shiinaha, Zhao Lijian, oo maanta shir jaraa’id ku qabtay caasimadda Beijing, ayaa sheegay in Shiinaha ay si xooggan uga soo horjeedaan sameynta hey’ado rasmi ah ama nooc kasta oo is-weydaarsi rasmi ah oo u dhexeeya mas’uuliyiinta Taiwan iyo Somaliland. Zhao ayaa sidoo kale farriin ammaan ah usoo jeediyey tallaabada ay qaaday dowladda Soomaaliya ee ay ku diiday ficillada Somaliland iyo Taiwan. “Waxaan ogaanay oo aan ku qanacsanahay in dowladda Soomaaliya ay dib u xaqiijisay u hoggaansamida mabda’ Midnimada Shiinaha ayna ku dhalleeceysay Taiwan inay carqaladeyneyso madax-bannaanida, sharafta, iyo qaranimada Soomaaliya. Adduunka waxaa jira hal China, Taiwan-na waa qeyb aan laga doodi karin oo ka mid ah Shiinaha. Mabda’ hal China waa mid si caalami ay aqooonsan yihiin xiriirada iyo is afgarashada caalamiga ah,” ayuu yiri Zhao Lijian. “Shiinuhu wuxuu si adag uga soo horjeedaa samaynta hay’ado rasmi ah ama nooc kasta oo is-weydaarsi rasmi ah oo u dhexeeya mas’uuliyiinta Taiwan iyo Somaliland. Xisbiga Dimuqraadiga wuxuu si xamaasad leh u raadinayay taageero kasta oo uu heli karo, laakiin waligiis kuma guuleysan doono isku dayga in howlaha gooni-goosadka ah lagu soo bandhigo masraxa caalamiga ah ” ayuu hadalkiisa ku sii daray. Somaliland iyo Taiwan ayaa 1-dii bishan July isku raacay inay is-dhaafsadaan wakiillo, waxayna kadib magacaabeen wax ay ugu yeereen safiirro. Dowladda Soomaaliya ayaa horey u sheegtay inay aqoonsan tahay isla markaana qadarineyso madax-banaanida iyo sharafta dhuleed ee Shiinaha, ayada oo Taiwan ay tahay qeyb ka mid ah Shiinaha.
  13. 06 July 2020: Warbixinta COVID-19 ee Soomaaliya. > Laga Helay: 9 > Banaadir: 5 > Somaliland: 3 > Jubbaland: 1 > Lab: 8 > Dhedig: 1 > Bogsasho: 37 > Dhimasho: 0 -------------------------------- > Tirada Guud Laga Helay: 3,006 > Bogsashada Guud: 1,051 > Dhimashada Guud: 92