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Don’t Drink Another Drop of Water Until You See This!!

Don’t Drink Another Drop of Water Until You See This!! Source: @Healthy Organic Life

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Somalia: Country Humanitarian Communiqué, June – July 2017

Somalia: Country Humanitarian Communiqué, June – July 2017 1. HUMANITARIAN SITUATION OVERVIEW The Gu rains were late and short with total rainfall more than 50 per cent below average in the affected areas most affected by the resulting severe drought. While the Gu rains did help some areas, yields will likely be reduced and it […]

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The History of the Khalifahs who took the right way. by Jalal ad-Din as-Suyuti

The History of the Khalifahs who took the right way. by Jalal ad-Din as-Suyuti August 15, 2017| Arlaadi Online  Taken from Tarikh al-Khulafa, this classical work presents authentic hadith about the first four Khalifahs of Islam, may Allah be pleased with them, illustrating both the integrity and wisdom that they displayed in governance. This book also highlights their contributions to that body […]

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Meet the 10 African trailblazers on the TEDGlobal 2017 list

Meet the 10 African trailblazers on the TEDGlobal 2017 list  (CNN)An Egyptian micro biologist, Ugandan investigative journalist and Zimbabwean standup comedian are among the new class of 2017. Ten of the 21 TED Global Fellows are African, from countries such as Egypt, Uganda, Liberia, Botswana, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Somalia and Nigeria. Each of these visionaries will […]

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The Ted Talk Questionnaire: Somali Tech Star Abdigani Diriye Wants to Change the Narrative On Somalia

The Ted Talk Questionnaire: Somali Tech Star Abdigani Diriye Wants to Change the Narrative On Somalia This August, Arusha, Tanzania will be the setting of TEDGlobal 2017 Conference where 21 innovators will come to spread worthy ideas. 10 are from Africa. As part of our focus on African Futures, this month we wrote to this […]

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Dallas Zoo welcomes 2 extremely rare Somali wild ass foals + Video

Dallas Zoo welcomes 2 extremely rare Somali wild ass foals The Dallas Zoo welcomed two rare Somali wild ass foals last month, born 10 days apart. Kalila, whose name means “dearly loved” in Arabic, was born July 9 to mother Liberty and father Abai. It’s their third foal together, having had two before at the St. […]

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An education in Somali cuisine

An education in Somali cuisine Chef and instructor Samiro Elmi prepares vegetables for the Somali rice she’s making in the demonstration kitchen at the Tucson Jewish Community Center. Elmi is originally from Somalia, but lived in Kenya for eight years before moving to Tucson. “I don’t miss much about Somalia, even the food, because I […]

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UN Report: Muslim Youth Fighting in Syria Mostly Not Motivated By Islam

UN Report: Muslim Youth Fighting in Syria Mostly Not Motivated By Islam Lizzie Dearden at The Independent reviews a new report by the United Nations Office of Counter-terrorism. Some 25,000 young men are said to have made their way from Europe to fight the regime in Syria, and as the war winds down, many will return. Understanding what drove […]

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Rwanda election: President Paul Kagame wins by landslide

Rwanda election: President Paul Kagame wins by landslide President Paul Kagame of Rwanda has won a third term in office with a landslide, the country’s electoral commission has announced. Partial results of Friday’s election gave him 98% of the votes, it said. Mr Kagame’s supporters, who say that he has brought stability and economic development […]

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UN official: Europe must do more to help East Africa drought refugees in migration crisis

UN official: Europe must do more to help East Africa drought refugees in migration crisis Six children in the IDP camp in Fadhigab, Somaliland, have died in the past month because of the effects of the drought (Photo: Rob Hastings) European countries must do more to help East African countries cope with millions of people […]

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