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Wikileak Reveals Secret Document in 1970s. CONFIDENTIAL

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the Somali Government persisted in claiming that there were up to 15,000 Cuban troops in Ethiopia. The South Yemeni forces committed to battles east of Dire Dawa and East German troops being also involved in the war

Ethiopian-Somali Conflict – Somalia’s Abrogation of Treaty of Friendship with the Soviet Union, Expulsion of Soviet Experts, and Severance of Diplomatic Relations with Cuba – Continued Warfare inside Ethiopia Continue reading the Somali Government persisted in claiming that there were up to 15,000 Cuban troops in Ethiopia. The South Yemeni forces committed to battles east of Dire Dawa and East German troops being also involved in the war

Ma Sweden baa Dulmileey ah, Mise  Dollar baa ka shaqeeyey ?

Dowladda soomaaliya waxay u dirtay Sweden warqad press release ah, oo lagu cambaareeyey dowladda Sweden, laguna taageeray dowladda sacuudiga. Warqaddu haddayba ka timid dowladda soomaaliya, looma qorin luuqad diblomasiyadeed, waxayna ku qornayd Luuqad dagaal ama colaadeed oo aan loo dhisin xitaa nidaam naqdinta heerka caalamiga loo dhigo ka duwan.  Waxay runtii ka qaawanayd dhamaan habraaca luuqadda ay ku wada hadlaan diblomaasiyadda dunida. Haddad aqriso, xitaa umay qori lahayn dowladda sacuudiga oo ah cidday swedishku is haystaan.

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The Kenya-Ethiopia Defence Pact: Has Somalia become a pawn? “The “Somali irredentist tendencies” is what has kept Nairobi and Addis Ababa glued together for generations. Fast-forward to 2015, and Somalia still lays claims to a large swathe of Kenya’s northern territory and southern Ethiopia’s territory.”

It has been 60 years since the Kenya-Ethiopia Defence Pact was signed. Although ostensibly formed by the two countries to protect and come to each other’s aid if either were attacked, at the heart of the treaty was, and still remains, Somalia – their civil-war-troubled neighbour. Wanjohi Kabukuru analyses its impact and relevance six decades on. Continue reading The Kenya-Ethiopia Defence Pact: Has Somalia become a pawn? “The “Somali irredentist tendencies” is what has kept Nairobi and Addis Ababa glued together for generations. Fast-forward to 2015, and Somalia still lays claims to a large swathe of Kenya’s northern territory and southern Ethiopia’s territory.”