Somalia

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–1975 close of the Vietnam War , the ever-changing world situation and increased operational tasking have prompted the expansion of EOD units in number, size and capabilities. Their impressive record in recent history includes the Gulf War where EOD Technicians cleared in excess of 500 naval mines. EOD was the critical element in eliminating unexploded ordnance from the after two Exocet anti-ship missiles fired from an Iraqi aircraft hit her. EOD developed


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Gulf on board the USS Abraham Lincoln. During the deployment the squadron participated in Operation Southern Watch, enforcing the UN (United Nations) “no-fly-zone” in southern Iraq, and in Operation Continue Hope, providing close air support to the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit (13th MEU) and 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit (22nd MEU) off the coast of Somalia. The squadron returned from cruise in December 1993 and was reassigned to Marine Aircraft Group 11 (MAG


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this problem, Jibrell and the Horn of Africa Relief and Development Organization (Horn Relief; now Adeso), an organization of which she was the founder and Executive Director, trained a group of teens to educate the public on the permanent damage that producing charcoal can create. In 1999, Horn Relief coordinated a peace march in the northeastern Puntland region of Somalia to put an end to the so-called "charcoal wars." As a result of Jibrell's lobbying and education efforts


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of blues, soul (Soul music), Somali (Music of Somalia) and Arabic (Arabic music) influences, and known as ''Somali jazz'', became popular across the country. Performing primarily solo, she also collaborated with Waaberi, a 300-member music and dance troupe associated with the Somali National Theatre. Later, after having criticized Somalia's then ruling military government, she was banned from singing for two years, and made her living driving a taxi. During the Gulf War Persian Gulf


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lessons identified from the deployments in Somalia, Haiti and Bosnia (Bosnia and Herzegovina). These concepts are still considered vital in understanding the increasing complexity of modern battlefields. thumb 240px Market of Djibouti in 2000 (File:Marché-Djibouti-2000.jpg) Principal exports from the region transiting Djibouti are coffee, salt, hides, dried beans, cereals, other agricultural products, and wax. Djibouti itself has few exports, and the majority


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tankers. The "Toyota War" between Libya and Chad and the turmoil in Haiti added to DIA's heavy production workload, as did unrest in other parts of Latin America, Somalia, Ethiopia, Burma, Pakistan, and the Philippines. In the 1990s every country in the world except for Somalia and the United States became a signatory to the Convention on the Rights of the Child, or CRC. Somalia eventually signed the convention in 2002; the delay of the signing was believed to been due to Somalia not having a government. Unwire.org thumb left A boy repairing a tire in Gambia (Image:Tyre shop worker1.jpg) !-- Fiftieth anniversary: 1984 SAA celebrated its 50th anniversary in 1984. In that year the South African government signed a treaty with Somalia to give military aid to the repressive regime of Siad Barre in exchange for an exclusive contract to service Somali air travel. This turned out to be economically nonviable since few Somalis could afford airline tickets, and due to the incessant civil disorder in the country, few people wanted to go to Somalia. *Solomon Islands - Solomon Islands branch of The Scout Association* *Somalia - Scouting in Somalia *Tonga - Tonga branch of The Scout Association* The '''Battle of Mogadishu''' (also referred to as the '''Battle of the Black Sea''' or, for Somalis, the '''Day of the Rangers''' ( Commons:Category:Somalia WikiPedia:Somalia Dmoz:Regional Africa Somalia


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admits that its troops are fighting with the aid of Cuban soldiers against Somalian troops in Ogaden. ** Rhodesia attacks Zambia. * April 8 – Regular radio broadcasts of British Parliament proceedings start. * April 9 – Somali (Somalia) military officers (Military of Somalia) stage an unsuccessful coup against the government of Siad Barre; security forces thwart the attempt within hours, and several conspirators are arrested. * April 10 – Volkswagen becomes the second (after Rolls-Royce (Rolls-Royce Limited)) non-American automobile manufacturer to open a plant in the United States, commencing production of the Rabbit, the North American version of the Volkswagen Golf, at the Volkswagen Westmoreland Assembly Plant near New Stanton, Pennsylvania with a unionized (UAW) workforce (the plant closes in 1992.) * August 28 – The death toll of the previous day's IRA bombing reaches 5 when Doreen Knatchbull, Baroness Brabourne, 83, dies in a hospital as a result of her injuries. * August 29 – A national referendum is held in which Somali (Somalia) voters approve a new liberal constitution, promulgated by President Siad Barre (Siad Barre) to placate the United States. * August 21 – At least 60 die following twin suicide bombings (2008 Wah bombing) outside the Pakistan Ordnance Factories in Wah, Pakistan. * August 22 – Pirates (Piracy) hijack German (Germany), Iranian, and Japanese cargo ships off the coast of Somalia, in seven such attacks since June 20. Commons:Category:Somalia WikiPedia:Somalia Dmoz:Regional Africa Somalia


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was established only in 2012, following fair success in the fight against al-Shabab and an improvement safety-wise in the cities in 2011-12. Those visiting for business, research or international aid purposes should consult with their organization and seek expert guidance before planning a trip. If you must go, see War zone safety. The ''de facto'' independent Somaliland is a stunning contrast. With a decent government structure in place and less violence, it is safer for travel, although


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an invitation from Henry de Monfreid, Teilhard undertook a journey of two months in Obock in Harrar and in Somalia with his colleague Pierre Lamarre, geologist, before embarking in Djibouti to return to Tianjin. While in China, Teilhard developed a deep and personal friendship with Lucile Swan.


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Leavelle last2 Monroe year 1990 location New Haven, CT publisher Yale University Press isbn 978-0-300-04969-5 page 692 Life Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah was born in Egypt in 1963. Like other Islamic fugitives, Abdullah fled to Egypt to join the others. In 1992 he was one of the many who helped Saif al-Adel in providing intelligence and military training to those associated with Al Qaeda in Somalia and Sudan. Those who were trained, were among the group

Somalia

'''Somalia''' (

Somalia has a population of around 10 million. Around 85% of residents are ethnic Somalis (Somali people), who have historically inhabited the northern part of the country. Ethnic minorities make up the remainder and are largely concentrated in the southern regions. .

In antiquity, Somalia was an important commercial centre, John Kenrick (1855) ''Phoenicia'', B. Fellowes, p. 199. Jeanne Rose, John Hulburd (1992) ''The Aromatherapy Book: Applications and Inhalations'', North Atlantic Books, p. 94, ISBN 1556430736. and is among the most probable locations of the fabled ancient Land of Punt. . Italy acquired full control of the northeastern and southern parts of the area after successfully waging the so-called Campaign of the Sultanates (History of Somalia#20th century) against the ruling Majeerteen Sultanate and Sultanate of Hobyo. Italian occupation lasted until 1941, yielding to British military administration. Northern Somalia would remain a protectorate, while southern Somalia became a United Nations Trusteeship (Trust Territory of Somalia) in 1949. In 1960, the two regions united to form the independent Somali Republic under a civilian government. ''The Illustrated Library of The World and Its Peoples: Africa, North and East'', Greystone Press: 1967, p. 338. Mohamed Siad Barre seized power in 1969 and established the Somali Democratic Republic. In 1991, Barre's government collapsed as the Somali Civil War broke out.

In the absence of a central government, Somalia's residents reverted to local forms of conflict resolution. A few autonomous regions (States and regions of Somalia), including the Somaliland, Puntland and Galmudug administrations, emerged in the north in the ensuing process of decentralization. The early 2000s saw the creation of fledgling interim federal administrations. The Transitional National Government (TNG) was established in 2000, followed by the formation of the Transitional Federal Government (TFG) in 2004, which reestablished national institutions such as the military (Military of Somalia).

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