Museveni cautions Egypt on River NilePublish Date: Jun 13, 2013
President Yoweri Museveni has advised Egypt to handle the dispute over use of the waters of River Nile with caution."It is advisable that those chauvinistic statements coming out of Egypt are restrained and through the Nile Valley Organization rational (not emotional and informed statements) discussions take place," Museveni said while addressing the nation and parliament on budget day Thursday."No African wants to hurt Egypt; however, Egypt cannot continue to hurt black Africa and the countries of the tropics of Africa."He said the work Ethiopia is undertaking by building dams is crucial to regional economy, and should instead be encouraged by Egypt. "The biggest threat to the Nile is continued under-development in the tropics i.e. lack of electricity and lack of industrialization."
Madaxda ONLF oo beenisay War lagu Sheegay in Cabdi Kariim Sheekh Muuse…
(Ogadentoday Press)- Qaar ka mid ah Warsidayaasha Gobalka Ogaden wax ka qora ayaa sheegay in Madaxii Xarunta Dhexe ee Jabhadda ONLF Cabdi Kariim Sheekh Muuse laga badalay Xarunta dhexe ee Jabhada ONLF.Warkan ayaan la sheegay inuu yimid kadib markii Maxamed Shariif oo ka mid ah Madaxda ONLF uu safar ooga soo laabtay Ogaden isla markaasna uu warbaxin ka soo diyaariyay Gudaha.Madaxda Jabhadda ONLF oogu saraysa oo xidhiidh la samaysay Ogadentoday Press ayaa warkaas lagu beenisay.ONLF ayaa ku tilmaamtay haddalkaas mid aan lahayn sal iyo raad isla markaasna lagu doonayo in tashuush lagu furo Madaxda Halganka.
On Thursday 13 June the Security Council received a briefing from Assistant Secretary-General Tayé-Brooke Zerihoun on the situation in the Juba regions of Somalia.Members of the Security Council expressed their concern at the deterioration in the security situation in the Juba regions, particularly in Kismayo, and at the resulting impact on the civilian population and the humanitarian situation. The Members of the Security Council called on all parties to refrain from any action which may threaten peace and stability in the Juba regions and to engage with the Federal Government of Somalia in a constructive manner to achieve a peaceful resolution to the current crisis and to alleviate the dire humanitarian situation.The members of the Security Council underlined their support for the development of an effective federal system of government, in line with the Provisional Constitution and in respect of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Somalia, in order to ensure a constructive and sincere partnership between the Federal Government of Somalia and local and regional administrations. In this context the members of the Security Council look forward to a broad, inclusive, constitutional review process.
Xoosh oo wada Arrimo ka dhan Maamulka Jubbaland+Sawiro
(Ogadentoday Press)- Xildhibaano ka tirsan DF ee Soomaaliya oo uu hogaaminayo Xildhibaan Cabdi Raxmaan Xoosh ayaa wada barmaamij ka dhan ah arrimaha Maamulka Jubbaland.Xildhibaadan ayaa waxaa ka mid ah, Xildhibaan Cabdullaahi Jaamac, Xildhibaan Carab Ciise Iyo Xildhibaan Cabdulaahi Goodax Barre. Xildhibaadan ayaa waxay ku qabteen Kullan Magaaladda Nairobi ee caasimada Kenya waxaana kulankaas iskugu soo aruuriyeen Dhiblomaasiyiin ka kooban dalalka reer Galbeedka.Kullankaas ayay sheegeen in ay ku soo bandhigayaan Warbaxinta Gudiga Dowladda Soomaaliya u dirtay Magaalada Kismaayo waxayna hadalka ay u sheegeen Dhiblomaasiyiinta in Maamulka Kismaayo aysan dadka Jubooyinku doonaynin.
Egypt should end 'chauvinistic' statements over dam: Uganda president
Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni attends the 63rd United Nations General Assembly at the U.N. headquarters in New York, September 24, 2008 (Photo: Reuters)Egypt will benefit from Nile dam: Ethiopian ambassadorEgypt's foreign minister will seek 'win-win' on Ethiopia's grand dam: PM QandilEgypt says dam dispute with Ethiopia not yet a military oneEthiopia will not accept any proposal to delay construction of Renaissance Dam: Foreign ministryEgypt's live TV coverage of Nile crisis meeting draws fireUgandan President Yoweri Museveni has called on Egypt "to restrain its chauvinistic statements" on Ethiopia's Nile dam, Uganda's Daily Monitor reported on Friday.
Musevini Afrika ma Doonayso in Masar la Dhibaateeyo, Masar Laga aqbali Mahayo In Itoobiya u Hanjabto.
(Ogadentoday Press)- Madaxwaynaha Dalka Uganda Yoweri Musevini ayaa ku soo biiray muranka Siyaasadeed ee khilaafka Biyaha Nile ee u dhaxeeya Dalka Masar Iyo Itoobiya.Isagoo la hadlaya Wargaysa Daily Wargayska Daily Moniter ee dalka Uganda ka soo baxaya ayuu sheegay in Masar ay ka fiirsato hadaladeed hanjabaada ah ee ka dhanka ah Dalka Itoobiya.Dowladda Cusub ee Masar waa inaysan ku celin khaladkii xukumadihii ka horeeyay ayuu hadalka ku bilaabay.Waxaan eegay warbaahinta iyo hadalada ka soo baxaya Dalka Masar, Itoobiya waxay ka qabatay waa wax dalalka Afrikanka ah oo dhan inay u mahadnaqaan loo baahan yahay.Isagoo hadalka sii wata ayuu yiri, Afrika ogolaan mayso in Masar wax la yeelo sidoo Kalle In Dad Madow oo Afrikan ah Masar ay wax yeelayso la aqbali mahayo.Hadalkan Musevini ayaa ku soo aadaya xilli Barlamaanka Dowladda Itoobiya uu ansaxiyay maalinimadii shalay hishiiska Biyaha Nile oo ka dhaxayn doono dhowr dal oo Uganda ay ka mid tahay.
Ethiopia ratifies River Nile treaty amid Egypt tension
Ethiopia's parliament has ratified a treaty intended to replace colonial-era agreements that gave Egypt and Sudan the biggest share of the Nile's water.The move comes amid growing tensions with Egypt over Ethiopia's plans for a hydroelectric dam on the Blue Nile.Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi said on Monday he did not want war but would not allow Egypt's water supply to be endangered.He said that he was keeping "all options open".Cairo is worried that the dam will reduce the water supply vital for its 84 million people.
The simmering tension between the Government of Mogadishu and that in Nairobi over the establishment of Somali’s breakaway State of Jubaland has gotten intervention from a likely source. State of Jubaland President, Sheikh Ahmed Madobe, has said Kenya is not behind the establishment of his newly breakaway state. Madobe, who was recently elected President of the semi-autonomous region, defended the Government of Kenya and the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) from claims of backing his administration. In an interview with The Standard, the Jubaland leader said the establishment of a federal state in the South of Somalia was in line with Igad’s four-year marshal plan of restoring stability in Somalia.
Ethiopian refugees caught in dam impasse- Aljazeera
Ethiopian refugees gathered for a second day outside the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees office near Cairo, protesting alleged harassment from Egyptians and calling for greater protection. They say the mistreatment stems from Egyptians who oppose the Ethiopian government’s controversial Grand Renaissance Dam.The protesters, mainly from the Oromo ethnic group, left Ethiopia due to political and ethnic oppression. They emphasised their detachment from and displeasure with the Ethiopian government.
(Ogadentoday Press)-Ergeyga Gaarka ah ee Xoghayaha Guud ee Qaramada Midoobay Nicholas Kay oo maanta booqashadiisii ugu horaysay ku tagay Somaliland ayaa la filayaa inuu caawa la kulmo madaxweyne Siilaanyo, isaga oo maantana la kulmay Wasiirka Arrimaha Dibadda Maxamed Cabdillaahi Cumar.Danjire Kay ayaa shir jaraa'id oo ay wada qabteen Dr. Maxamed C. Cumar ku sheegay inuu Somaliland u tagey inuu dadka dhageysto.Warbixin arrintaas ku saabsan hoosta ka dhageyso.
Gudiga Fulinta JOKA oo Shir balaadhan Ku qabtay Queenstown.
(Ogadentoday Press)-Qaar kamida Bulshada Somaliyeed ee kunool magaalada Queenstown ee gobolka Eastern Cape iyo wafdigii Kormeer ee ka socday gudiga fulinta Jaaliyadda Ogadeniya ee Koonfur Africa ee uu hogaaminaayay gudoomiyaha Jaaliyadda JOKA N/tiihure C/raxman Siciid kana yimid magaalada Port Elizabeth ee Xuarunta gobolka Eastern Cape ayaa maanta Shir ku qabtay magaalada Queenstown ee wadanka South Africa.Shirkan oo ay soo qaban qaabisay Jaaliyadda Ogadeniya ee Koonfur Africa ayaa waxaa ka sooqaybgalay qaar kamida bulshada Somaaliyeed iyo Xubnaha Jaaliyada Ogadeniya ee Kunool magaalada Queenstown ,iyo marti sharaf kale , shirkan ayaaa ahaa Shir Abaabul Kormeer iyo wadatashi isugu jiray kaasoo ka mida dhaq-dhaqaaq yada ay Jaaliyadu ka waddo wadankaas si loo sii xoojiyo waxqabadka Jaaliyadda Ogadeniya ee Koonfur Africa.
Egypt says dam dispute with Ethiopia not yet a military one
(Reuters) - Egypt's armed forces are not yet involved in a dispute with Ethiopia over a giant dam on the Nile, a spokesman for the general staff said on Wednesday, playing down bellicose rhetoric between Cairo and Addis Ababa."This is not a military issue at this stage," Ahmed Mohamed Ali told Reuters after days of irate exchanges between Africa's second and third most populous nations over a new hydroelectric plant that Egypt fears will reduce its vital water supply.On Monday, Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi said he did not want "war" but would keep "all options open", prompting Ethiopia to say it was ready to defend the Great Renaissance Dam.Egypt's previous military rulers had warned against such projects in the past and last week Egyptian politicians were caught on camera discussing air strikes or offering support to Ethiopian rebels.
Askari ka tirsan Ciidanka Nabad Ilaalinta u joogo dalka Soomaaliya ayaa feer kala daalay Taliyaha Ciidamadda Booliska Somaaliya General C/xakiin Saacid.Arintaan ayaa dhacday kadib markii uu Taliyaha damcay in uu Gudaha u galo Garoonka Diyaaradaha ee Aadan Cadde ee Magaalada Muqdisho balse askari Ilaala ahaa ayaa Taliyaha u diiday uu gudaha u galo Garoonka.Generaal Saacid ayaana la sheegay in uu cod dheer ah ku yiri Waxaan ahay Taliyaha Ciidanka Booliska Soomaaliyed, Balse Askarigii ayaa u sheegay in uu Dibada taagnaado amarkiisana uu ka shaqeyn Garoonka Diyaaradaha.
The Somali parliament should revise the draft law establishing a national human rights commission to ensure a robust, independent body with a broad mandate and enforcement powers, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. Parliament should hold public hearings on the draft law and consult widely with civil society during the revision process.“The proposed human rights commission could play a valuable role in helping to tackle Somalia’s ongoing human rights crisis,” said Leslie Lefkow, deputy Africa director at Human Rights Watch. “But a weak law will cripple the commission from the start and parliament should make sure that doesn’t happen.”Somalia’s provisional constitution provides for the establishment of a national human rights commission. The Justice Ministry presented a version of the draft law to Parliament on May 30, 2013. It is scheduled for a second reading before it will be presented to the Parliamentary Committee on Human Rights, Women and Humanitarian Affairs, which has the power to recommend amendments.