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Chaos In Somaliland Could Trigger Regional Conflict In East Africa

AFRICANGLOBE - The broader conflicts around control of the Red Sea and its littorals are being played out in the new aspects of the transformation of the Republic of Somaliland, which dominates the southern coastline of the Red Sea mouth into the Indian Ocean, but which also remains internationally unrecognized. At its core, the collapse of governance in Somaliland — centered in its deep-seated corruption — has given strength to a number of factors relating solely to Somaliland itself.

Somalia To Take Legal Action Against UAE Over Somaliland Military Base

AFRICANGLOBE - Somalia’s internationally-backed government is reportedly planning to file a legal case against the rulers of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for setting up a military base in the unrecognized breakaway republic of Somaliland.

Somaliland: Strengthening Ties With Ethiopia

Somaliland (An autonomous  part of Somalia) is set to sign a bilateral partnership agreement with Ethiopia by the end of 2012, covering such wide-ranging...

Somalians Flee Yemen Amids Xenophobia and Attacks

Continuing unrest and xenophobia in Yemen have prompted an upsurge in the number of migrants and refugees returning to Somalia, with up to 6,000 reported to have travelled back across the Red Sea since the beginning of October.

In Somaliland, Less Money Has Brought More Democracy

As the humanitarian crisis in southern Somalia threatens millions of lives, Somalia's little-known northern neighbour, Somaliland, is doing so well that its government recently offered to send aid across the border.
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