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    Somaliland’s democracy put to test, passes

    As Somaliland's fifth President was sworn in to power, the international community applauded the democratic elections and peaceful transition of power in the self-declared sovereign country of Somaliland, this week.

    Somaliland inaugurates fifth president

    Yet to be recognized internationally, Somaliland has once again taught African states a lesson on how there can be peaceful power transfer by inaugurating...

    Khat trade to Somaliland normalizes

    In an exclusive interview with The Reporter, Ambassador Kaysar A. Mohamed, vice-minister of Foreign Affairs of Somaliland, revealed that the temporarily interrupted Khat trade between Ethiopia and Somaliland is returning to normalcy owing to the calming down of the Somali-Oromia border conflict.

    Displaced Ethiopian held as arson suspect

    An Ethiopian national recently displaced from Somaliland has been identified as the suspect behind an arson attack on the Offices of the Representative of Somaliland in Addis Ababa, police has revealed.

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    Time for Eritrean troops to leave Ethiopia

    Ever since the federal government of Ethiopia and the...

    EEP awaits ENDF takeover to resume electricity in Mekelle

    Teams are ready to repair damaged electric lines Executives of...

    Confusion reigns over payment system reform

    Gone are the days when a telecom operator solely...

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