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Posted By Qalinle Hussein On Friday, August 17th, 2012 With 2 Comments

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  1. kabocalaf says:

    I like the new look. It is sharper and more attractive. But it still needs more work. Finding what you are looking for is nay impossible. Please please SLP have a list of all the opinion articles on one side and news items on the other. Your choice of ‘stickies’ ie stories that remain prominent on the othe page is as enigmatic as ever. why is Cocla Coal story(ridicolous class D type conspiracy story not worthy of this site) is a sticke and not say the Bollore story which is essential for Somaliland and goes to the core of sate vs clan?

  2. Ali Dheere says:

    Please fix the link to “Older Articles”, i have been getting error 404 last few months.
    Steps to reproduce:
    1: Click on Somaliland.
    2: Scroll to the bottom.
    3: Click on “Older Articles”

    • Ali Dhere says:

      This is still happening.

      I hope you do know that:

      More articles being read = More (possible) money to you guys.
      More chances of someone clicking on the add or more money through pay per impression.

      Beside you get your older news still being read.

      It’s sucks to not be able to go back few days ago since it will be on another page that won’t load.

  3. development & democracy says:

    Ethiopia: Addis Ababans angry over Oromo ship name : This is totally fabricated news. You only exercise your freedom of speech. I advise you to exercise freedom of participating on constructive criticism on development. I believe that the level of your freedom of speech you get have negative impact on security and development of your country. Please do for the best interest of your country.

  4. Tola says:

    Where do you get your data for Finfine being inhabited by Gurages in the 9th century. Do you know what the population of Gurage is in the current Ethiopia and in the 9th century? Why do you write a biased article? Do you know Finfine is the capital of Oromia state as well? Amhara’s capital may be Bahir Dar or Gonder. No body understands you argument about population of Finfine. The Amhara and others you mentioned are settlers whose ancestors came to Finfine side 1889 by evicting the Oromos. So your argument is baseless.

  5. Tola says:

    Where do you get your data for Finfine being inhabited by Gurages in the 9th century? Do you know what the population of Gurage is in the current Ethiopia and in the 9th century? Why do you write a biased article? Do you know Finfine is the capital of Oromia state as well? Amhara’s capital may be Bahir Dar or Gonder. No body understands your argument about population of Finfine. The Amhara and others you mentioned are settlers whose ancestors came to Finfine since 1889 by evicting the Oromos. So your argument is baseless.

  6. Graham Bell says:

    Petitioning Australian Government
    Recognition for Somaliland’s independence.
    I live in Australia and petitioning the Australian Government to recognise Somalilands Independence. If you would like to get involved please goto the link below and sign petition. To help tell as many people as possible to help get the message across.
    https://www.change.org/en-AU/petitions/australian-government-recognition-for-somaliland-s-independence
    Regards
    Graham

  7. vibek says:

    RSS feed doesn’t work http://somalilandpress.com/feed/
    Please fix it

  8. onesomalia says:

    I love somalai. one nation one flag one people
    Somalis and between Somalis and their neighbours.

  9. passengers says:

    Passengers awareness at Egal airport (Hargeisa)

    Corrupt officials at Egal international airport Hargeisa (Somaliland)

    Egal airport immigration boss Major Abdi Sulaiman Adam, and his fellow immigration officials asks for a bribe to passengers under which he threats to perform actions which can inflict damages to there legal interests, and he intentionally creates such conditions that passengers are forced to give a bribe to prevent missing their flights and other consequences harmful for them. Because there is no law-enforcement authorities and and foreign embassies which passengers could complain to, Please be Careful at Egal Airport, This is a well organized conspiracy by Immigration, Police, Customs

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