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Somali

a medium to large breed of cat, recently recognized in some countries. It is similar in appearance to the Abyssinian but with a medium length haircoat, bushy tail and ruff around the neck. Also like the Abyssinian, the coat colors are red ticked with chocolate-brown, orange-brown (ruddy) with black tips, or blue.
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The new report by Secure Fisheries, a part of the One Earth Future Foundation campaign group, warned the success in ending Somali piracy could be reversed if the growing illegal fishing is not stemmed.
Al-Shabaab said the new wave of attacks was responding to recent operations by African Union forces and the Somali troops.
Somalia's central bank governor Bashir Issa Ali told Reuters that 13 Somali money transfer firms have been officially notified by Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) about the closure of accounts.
RCO Secretary-General explained that under the project, 10 wells, 300-metre deep each, will pump water to about 25 villages through a network of pipes, noting that the regions surrounding the wells have become vital as Somali citizens use the water in their daily lives, water their livestock and irrigate their land.
He added that he aspires for a larger number of scholarships to be allocated for Somali students in Egyptian universities.
Al-Safia neighborhood is a mixture of Somali and Yemeni smells, words and culture.
In spite of its difficult conditions and the crisis it experienced, Yemen did not stop doing its humanitarian and moral obligations towards its neighbors and received more than a million Somali refugees, Guled said.
16) And yet, the number of Somalis living in France has continued to grow in the last ten years, as confirmed by the statistics published by the Office francais de protection des apatrides et des refugies (OFPRA) (see Table 1).
During his talk, titled "ICTs, Innovation and Regulation in the Somali Territories", Mr Duale pointed to the remarkable expansion of the Somali telecoms sector and stressed the need for further interconnection between networks.
As the conference made clear from the start however, lasting solutions must come from Somalis themselves.
Collectively we must work with the knowledges of our Somali dhaqan philosophies to build holistic communities governed by our Indigenous ways of knowing to secure our collective future wherever Somalis live.
The Somali American Money Services Association said that their businesses complied with state and federal laws.