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Fractures To Antarctic Iceberg Reduce Risk to South Georgia Wildlife

The island of South Georgia in the Atlantic Ocean has recently been threatened with a possible impact from a massive iceberg. The iceberg, named A68a by researchers, was struck by

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Amazon Rainforest Had Suffered More Than 70,000 Wildfires Since The Start Of The Year (2019)

At the start of the year, the Amazon rainforest had suffered a substantial amount of wildlife damage. It is estimated that more than 70,000 wildfires sparked up in the rainforest,

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Baidoa Diary surrounding political events

During the Occupation (Sept. 1995 – June 1999) Baidoa, the headquarter of Bay region, was occupied on Sept 17, 1995 just about six months after the declaration of the autonomous

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Astronomers Released The First-Ever Image Of A Black Hole

Outerspace is undoubtedly one of the greatest mysteries that keeps people on the edge of their seats. Its vast blackness stretches further than we could ever imagine which makes finding

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An Overview of the Rahanweyn in South-Central Somalia

The interreiverine area of Somalia is inhabited almost entirely by persons identifying themselves as Rahanweyn, one of the two ‘agricultural clans’ of the Somali people (Samatar, 1982;10) – the other

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Building Peace From Below?

Abstract A preliminary report by Bernhard Helander in cooperation with Mohamed Haji Mukhtar and I. M. Lewis Based upon original field research by Mohamed Haji Mukhtar Commissioned by the Life

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The life and struggle of Sheick Aweys

Sheikh Aweys Ibn Mohamed Al – Barawi Al-Qadiri, was born in the coastal city of Brava in the spring of 1847. He was born to family of the Tuni clan

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The Siad Barre Era 1969 – 1990

It was evident from the start that the disfranchisement of the Reewin would continue under the Barre’ regime (1969-1990). For example, eleven of twenty-five embers of the military junta, the

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The Land and the People

The contested region is the fertile valley that lies between the Shabelle River in the north, the Juba River in the south, the Ethiopian border in the west, and Indian

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The Emergency of Hizbia Digil & Mirifle (HDM)

Before 1947 the Somali organization had limited political objectives, and were principally concerned with cultural and social questions. Only when the arrival of the Four Power commission was imminent did

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