Dowlada Kenya ayaa baadi goob xoogan waxa ay ugu jirtaa labo Saragaal oo katirsan Xarakada AL-Shabaab, kuwaa ay ku eedeeyeen in ay wax ka maleegeen weeraradii dadka badan lagu laayay ee dhawaan ka dhacay Magaalada Mandheera.
Booliiska Dalka Kenya ayaa ku eedeeyya Weeraradii dadka badan lagu laayay ee ka dhacay Magaalada Mandheera ee Gobolka Waqooyi Bari Dalka Kenya in ay ka dambeeyeen Labo sargaal oo katirsan Al-Shabaab kuwaa oo asalkoodu Kenyan yahay.
Qoraal ka soo baxay xafiiska Agaasimaha Waaxda Baarista Dambiyada Kenya ee CID, ayaa lagu sheegay in ragga lagu kala magacaabo Mohamed Mohamud (Dulyadeyn) iyo Ahmed Imaan Cali oo lagu naaneyso (Abu Zinira), looga shakisan yahay iney ka dambeyeen weeraradii ka dhacay agagaarka Magaalada Mandheera 22 November iyo 1-dii bishaan December ee lagu dilay dadka tirada badanaa.
Maxamed Maxamuud (Dulyadeyn) waxa uu ka soo jeedo Magaalada Gaarisa ee gobalka Waqooyi Bari Kenya, waxaana ninkan la sheegay in uu adeegsado magacyo kala duwan sida Sheekh Mohamed, Dulyadeyn, Gacma-dheere iyo Maxamed Kuno, waxa uuna ninkan hada yahay sida Sirdoonka Kenya sheegeen Taliyaha Ciidamada Shabaab ee Gobolada Jubooyinka.
Axmed Imaan Cali (Abu Zinira), oo ah qofka labaad ee baadi goobayaan Ciidamada Kenya ayaa ka tagay Xaafada Majengo ee Magaalada Nairobi, hadana uu Madax ka yahay Al Shabaab qeybta soo saarista Muuqaalada ay duubaan, waxa uuna ninkan ka baxay Jaamacada Jomo Kenyatta- waxa uuna bartay Culuumta Beeraha iyo Teknolojiyada,
Dowlada Kenya ayaa ka codsatay Shacabka wadankeeda in ay gacan ka geestaan soo qabashadan labadan sargaal, waxa ayna u balan qaadeen qofkii keena xog ragan lagu qaban karo in la siinayo
lacag abaal marin ah oo gaareyso 2 Milyan oo lacagta Dalkaasi ah.
Al-Shabaab ayaa dhoor mar Gudaha Dalka Kenya waxa ay ka fuliyeen Weeraro qasaaro badan dhaliyay oo lagu dilay Askar iyo shacab badan oo u dhashay Dalkaasi, waxaana Weeraradii ugu dambeeyay uguna qasaaraha badnaa ee ka dhaceen Magaalada Mandheera.
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Sii haayaha wasaarada Arrimaha Gudaha Dowlada Federaalka ah ee Soomaaliya Cabdullaahi Goodax Barre oo Khudbad ka jeediyay Munaasabad maanta ka dhacday xerada Xalane ee Magaalada Muqdisho, ayaa waxa uu daboolka ka qaaday in Dowlada Federaalka ah ay la tacaaleyso sidii loo badbaadin lahaa Qaxootiga dalka dib ugu soo noqonaayo maalmaha soo socdo.
Cabdullaahi Goodax Barre ayaa waxa uu Khudbadaasi ka horjeediyay Saraakiil ka tirsan Qaramada Madoobay ee ku sugnaa Xerada Xalane waxa uuna sheegay Goodax in Tirada Qaxootiga lagu soo celinaayo Muqdisho iyo Gobolada dariska la ah ay aad u badan yihiin islamarkaana aysan Dowlada kaafin karin maareyntooda.
Inta ay Munaasabada soctay ayaa waxa Goobta laga shaaciyay in Hey’ad cusub oo la sheegey in ay qaabilsantahay dib u dajinta qaxootiga Soomaalida kasoo laabanaya wadamada ay qaxootiga ku yihiin, sida Kenya ay ka howlgali doonto dalka.
Sii hayaha wasiirka arrimaha gudaha Cabdullaahi Goodax Barre oo hey’adani ay wasaaradani hoos imaaneyso, wuxuuna sheegey in illaa 10 kun oo qaxooti Soomaaliyeed ah oo xerooyinka Kenya ku jira ay go’aansadeen in ay dalka dib ugu soo laabtaan.
Goodax oo hadalkiisa siiwatay ayaa waxa uu sidoo kale sheegey in lacag dhan illaa 5 malyuun oo lacagta Yuuro (Euro) loo balanqaaday in dowladda Soomaaliya lagu siinayo si ay dib u dajin ugu sameyso qaxootiga soo laabanaya, wuxuu intaasi ku daray in deegaanada ay imanayaan ay ka midyihiin kuwa Jubbooyinka, Gedo iyo Bay.
Si kastaba ha ahaatee, Maalmo ka hor ayey aheyd markii dalka laga soo dajiyay Qaxootigii ugu horeeyay oo kasoo laabtey xerooyinka qaxootiga Kenya.]]>
Ehelada iyo Qoyska uu ka dhashay Axmed Aden oo ahaa ninkii Khamiistii lasoo dhaafay magaalada Kansas ku dilay wiil Soomaali ah oo 15 sano jir ah ayaa sheegay in Axmed uu ku dhacay xanuunka dhimirka.
Hooyada dhashay Axmed Aden oo oo lagu Magacaabo Xaawo Cabdullahi kuna nool magaalada Minneapolis oo wareysi siisay Wakaalada wararka ee AP ayaa sheegtay in wiilkeeda sanadkii 2012 laga helay cudurka dhimirka ee (schizophrenia).
Cudurka schizophrenia oo ah mid halis ah oo la kala dhaxlo ayaa qofka u ku dhaco maqlayaa codod aan jirin ama arkayo waxyaabo aan jirin, ayaa ah mid aan laga biskoon balse qofka uu ku dhaco laga rabo inuu isticmaalo daawooyin si joogto ah.
Qofka cudurkan schizophrenia uu ku dhaco ayaa miirkiisa caadi noqda marka uu qaato daawooyinka, hadii uu joojiyona dib ayuu ugu soo noqdaa, taasi ayaa keentay in Soomaalida qaarkood cudurkan u yaqaanaan JINNI.
Sanadkii 2011, Axmed Aden ayaa horey loogu xiray magaalada Minneapolis kadib markii uu isku dayey inuu dab qabadsiiyo xarun uu horey uga shaqeyn jiray. Ninkan ayaa shaqadiisii hore laga eryey kadib markii laga shakiyey inuu waalan yahay.
Axmed ayaa isbitaalka la jiifiyey kadib markii lasoo qabtay xili uu weerar ku qaaday xarun kale isagoo sheegaya “…In illaahay usoo diray dadka halkaas joogay…”wuxuuna ku dhawaaqayey “…Nabad iyo Cadaalad…”
Maxkamada Minneapolis ayaa ku xukuntay in si khasab ah lagu siiyo daawada loo qoray isla markaana isbitaalka ayaa la jiifiyey.
Hooyada dhashay Axmed ayaa sheegtay inay dhowr mar damacday in wiilkeeda isbitaal lagu hayo, balse uu kasoo guuray magaalada Minneapolis isagoo aan cidna u sheegin, wuxuuna joojiyey daawooyinkii loo qoray.
Axmed hooyadiis ayaa tacsi u dirtay qoyska wiilkii Cabdisamad Shiikh Xuseen oo ahaa 15 sano jir xaafidul quraan ah, wuxuuna Cabdisamad u dhintay dhaawacyo soo gaaray kadib markii Axmed Aden uu gaarigiisa jiirsiiyey.
Axmed Aden ayaa markii hore sheegay in shilkan uu dhacay kadib markii uu xakameyn waayey gaarigiisa, balse markii danbe u sheegay Booliiska in uu Cabdisamad u maleenayey qof ay horey isu dagaaleen.
Baaritaanka dilkan ayaa waxaa gacanta ku haya hay’ada danbi-baarista ee FBI, iyadoo la baarayo inuu falkan salka ku hayo diin naceyb ama Islaam naceyb.
Axmed Aden ayaa la sheegay in muddooyinkii lasoo dhaafay uu aflagaado iyo handadaad ku hayey Soomaalida tagta Masaajidka Kansas City isagoo gaarigiisa kusoo qoray erayo Islaamka lidi ku ah.
Xaawo Cabdullahi oo ah Hooyada dhashay ninkan dilka loo heysto ayaa sheegtay inuu wiilkeeda uu yahay Muslim balse uu yahay nin aamiirkiisa aan joogin oo u baahan daawo.
Protesters blocked Interstate 35W Thursday afternoon then rallied at Minneapolis City Hall protesting police brutality around the country. The Minnesota Department of Transportation closed I-35W northbound at Exit 14, near Lake Street, in Minneapolis for roughly an hour as more than 100 protesters staged a sit-in on the highway.
The march and blockade were tied largely to outrage over the refusal of grand juries in New York and Ferguson, Missouri, to indict police officers who killed black men during confrontations.
Protesters were heard chanting “I can’t breathe,” reportedly the last words of Eric Garner, who was subdued in a chokehold by New York City police. It’s become a rallying cry for those protesting police brutality.
The demonstrations were peaceful and so far, there have been no arrests. Another march against police brutality is scheduled for tonight in Minneapolis, where Police Chief Janeé Harteau asked for “everyone’s help in maintaining a safe and secure city while respecting private property.”
The demonstrations began Thursday, as more than a hundred people gathered in the intersection of 34th Street and Nicollet Avenue in Minneapolis.
Many of them were part of a group that gathered inside a nearby Burger King restaurant to voice support for an increase in the minimum wage for fast food workers.
But as they closed traffic along both streets, they turned their attention to the long list of people, mostly African-Americans, killed by law enforcement officers, or shot by vigilantes as Trayvon Martin was in Florida.
Protest organizer Mica Grimm became overwhelmed as she read the list of names and had to pause.
“I literally can’t finish this list,” she said. “We don’t have the time to finish this list.”
This protest and others in cities around the country were sparked by a grand jury’s decision to not file charges against the officer who choked Garner.
To ensure equality for people of color, everyone must get involved, demonstrator Sabri Wazwaz said.
“It’s time to look around everybody,” Wazwaz said. “This is what changed America. Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, they had people like us — every race, everybody, every ethnicity together.”
The group marched south on Nicollet Ave. as Minneapolis police cars cleared the way and kept traffic off the street. Tina Linton watched from a gas station parking lot as the group passed by.
“Well, I think like they’re saying the whole system is guilty,” said Linton, who is African-American. “I think it’s a shame that our children are constantly dying in the streets and the people that’s supposed to protect and serve us is the one that’s killing us.”
Next to her was Al Hawkins, another African-American, who said he’s glad to see people taking to the streets in protest. He said the system has to hold police officers accountable for the deaths of unarmed black men.
But Hawkins said sometimes young African-Americans don’t follow the rule he was taught by his mother.
“My mom told me, ‘don’t go out messing with the police; they don’t like you,'” he said. “There were no black police. So that’s survival skills. I didn’t know it. But that’s the only reason I just celebrated in October my 69th birthday.”
Demonstrators worked their way to I-35W where they shut down traffic in the northbound lane for more than an hour.
Some chanted and danced around as others lied down in the middle of the interstate. Behind them, several state patrol squad cars kept traffic at bay.
As the main group stayed on the freeway to march to downtown Minneapolis, some, like Linda McFarland, walked down the exit ramp to 31st and Lake streets onto the sidewalk.
“Black people have been killed since slavery, and they done took off the sheets and put on uniforms,” McFarland said. “It’s time to start — black, brown and poor white people who don’t have a voice. Cops need to be held accountable.”
McFarland said she is encouraged by the public response to the latest officer-involved deaths.
What would help, she said, is “if these same people put the energy into shutting down economically, stop buying, stop trading, you know, target where they’re going to spend their money.
“And the cool thing about it is, it’s not [just] black people — it’s white people, it’s Hispanic, said Lenny Reynolds, who walked next to McFarland. “It’s everybody. Poor people, everybody.”
The group continued to march down I-35W to downtown Minneapolis, eventually ending inside Minneapolis City Hall.
Protesters went into the City Council offices where they confronted City Council members about racial equity issues.]]>
Iyadoo uu maanta kulan Xasaasi ah ka dhacay Xarunta Xalane ee Magaalada Muqdisho ayaa waxaa soo baxaayo warar ku saabsan kulankaasi oo ahaa mid u dhexeeyay Madaxweynaha Soomaaliya Xasan Sheekh, Ra’isul Wasaare C/weli iyo Wafdi ka socday Jaamacadda Carabta.
Kulanka oo socday dhowr saac ayaa waxaa looga hadlay Amaanka, Hormar,a dhaqaalaha iyo arrimo kale, iyadoona waftiga uu ahaa waftigii ugu heer sareeyay ee soo gaaraya Muqdishu tan iyo markii la doortay Madaxweyne Xasan Sheekh Maxamuud.
Madaxweyne Xassan oo shirka ka hadlay ayaa waxa uu ugu horeyntii amaanay wadamada Carabta iyo sida ay u caawinayaan Dowlada Federaalka ah ee Somalia, waxa uuna si gaar ah u xusay in Safaaradaha Wadamada Carabta ku leeyihiin Somalia ay si gaar ah ula socdaan xaalada dalka.
Sidoo kale, Madaxweyne Xassan ayaa waxa uu sheegay in kulankooda uu qeyb ka ahaa wada shaqeynta Soomaaliya iyo dowladaha carabta sanadka cusubna la qaban doono shir jaamacadda Carabta ay u qabaneyso Soomaaliya oo looga hadlayo arrimaha Soomaaliya oo ku saabsan horumarinta iyo dib u dhiska Soomaaliya.
Hadalka Madaxweyne Xassan, ayaa waxaa xigay hadal uu R/wasaare ku xigeenka ahna wasiirka arrimha Dibadda dalka Kuweiyt Sheekh Sabaax Khaalid Xaamid Al Sabaax ka jeediyay Xarunta waxa uu isna dhankiisa ka sheegay inay aad ugu faraxsan yihiin in dalka Soomaaliya uu dib ula soo laabtay bilicdiisa.
Waxa uu sheegay in ay aad ugu faraxsan yihiin in muqdisho ay soo booqdaan ayna diyaar u yihiin caawimaada dadka iyo dalka.
Sheekh Sabaax Khaalid Xaamid Al Sabaax waxa uu ballan qaaday in Booqashadooda aysan halkaasi kusii ekaan doonin islamarkaana ay il gaar ah ku heyn doonaan xaaladaha dalka.
Si kastaba ha ahaatee, Wafdigani Booqashada ku imaaday Magaalada Muqdish, ayaa waxa ay ka soo kicitimay magaalada Khartuum ee dalka Suudan.
Toronto police say the man who was killed after jumping from a bridge onto the Don Valley Parkway last Saturday was Yusuf Osman Abdille, whose wife and two sons were discovered dead in a nearby highrise.
Police said in a news release that Abdille’s involvement in the homicides is still being investigated.
Police said on Wednesday that Abdille, 50, was the husband of Zahra Mohamoud Abdille, 45, and father of the two slain boys, 13-year-old Faris, 8-year-old Zain, whose bodies were discovered inside their apartment at 85 Thorncliffe Park Dr.
Family had fled abuse in past
CBC News has learned Zahra Mohamoud Abdille and her children had spent time at a women’s shelter after fleeing from her husband last year.
In 2013, the trio stayed for several weeks at Dr. Roz’s Healing Place, a centre for abused women and their families in Scarborough, according to the facility’s executive director, Roz Roach.
“The family came to the centre because they were fleeing abuse — physical abuse, emotional abuse, financial abuse,” Roach told CBC Radio’s Metro Morning on Wednesday.
Roach said Zahra married her husband in the late 1990s, after coming to Canada alone and without any “support systems.”
“He owned her. He claimed her. He controlled her income. He abused her in so many different ways.”
Zahra, who worked as a nurse with Toronto public health, attempted to gain custody of her sons while she was staying at the facility. That effort eventually failed, and she was forced to seek out a new place to live on the private market because she did not qualify for affordable housing because of her income.
Roach said she thinks Zahra went back to her home with her husband because she didn’t earn enough to afford a place on the private market, but also did not qualify for social assistance.
“She was in a trap. So many women are in a trap. If they are working, they don’t get the support,” Roach said.
The mother and her boys were mourned by the community at a candlelight vigil in Thorncliffe Park Tuesday night. Roach said she has intimate memories of the family.
Faris ‘was the protector’
“The kids were bright and energetic, and her eldest son was her protector. He would intervene in the abuse and they spoke about that often.… He was the protector for his mom.”
Roach said Zahra was hesitant to reach out to anyone in her tight-knit immigrant community for help.
“For her, she did not speak about it. She did not want her community to know about it. She had no family here, she did not have much support here,” Roach recalled.
Roach said her staff at the centre feel as though they’ve lost members of their own families.
Staff Sgt. Matt Moyer said the case has been tough on the officers, too.
“I will tell you on a personal note, it’s affected the members of the Toronto police.”]]>
A cash reward is being offered for information that leads to the arrest of the woman caught on CCTV stabbing men at random.
Police are appealing for help to track down a woman who randomly stabbed two men on a street in New Orleans.
Both incidents, which happened just before 9pm on November 30, were captured on CCTV.
The woman is seen walking along Decatur Street, mumbling to herself and poking other pedestrians with a sharp object.
Two men, one aged 28 and the other 62, suffered minor lacerations.
The video appears to show the woman turning round afterwards to see if they have noticed anything.
The suspect is described as white, approximately 5ft 6ins tall and in her 30s.
She is thinly-built with brunette hair and was wearing an oversized camouflage jacket.
A cash reward of up to $2,500 (£1,600) is being offered for information leading to her arrest and indictment.
Anyone who can help is asked to call Crimestoppers at 504-822-1111 or toll-free 1-877-903-STOP.
Crimestoppers can also be contacted anonymously online atwww.crimestoppersgno.org.
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi (L) speaks to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry prior to a round table meeting of the global coalition to counter the Islamic State militant group at NATO headquarters in Brussels December 3, 2014.
The United States has indications that Iran has carried out air strikes on Islamic State targets in Iraq in recent days in what appeared to be the first such operations by Iran’s air force, U.S. officials said on Wednesday.
A senior Iranian official denied that Iran had launched any such strikes.
U.S. officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the United States had indications that Iran had used F-4 Phantoms to launch the raids in Diyala near the Iranian border in the last several days.
An Iraqi security expert gave a slightly different account, saying the strikes took place 10 days ago. “It is true that Iranian planes hit some targets in Diyala. Of course the government denies it because they have no radars,” Hisham al-Hashemi told Reuters.
A Pentagon spokesman declined to go into details about the air raids during a media briefing. Officials said the strikes appeared to be the first carried out by the Iranian air force.
Diyala is an ethnically mixed province, where the Iraqi army, backed by Kurdish Peshmerga and Shi’ite militias, drove Islamic State out of several towns and villages last month.
A British-based analyst said footage on Al Jazeera television of an F-4 Phantom striking Islamic State in Diyala was the first visual evidence of direct Iranian air force involvement in the conflict.
“Iran and Turkey are the only regional operators of the F-4, and with the location of the incident not far from the Iranian border and Turkey’s unwillingness to get involved in the conflict militarily, indicators point to this being an Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force aircraft,” said Gareth Jennings of IHS Jane’s Defence Weekly.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry declined to comment. “I am not going to make any announcements, or confirm or deny the reported military action of another country in Iraq. It is up to them (the Iranians) or up to the Iraqis to do that if it did indeed take place,” Kerry told a news conference in Brussels.
The White House reiterated U.S. policy against cooperating with Iran in the fight against Islamic State. “At this point our calculation about the wisdom of cooperating with the Iranians hasn’t changed. We’re not going to do it,” spokesman Josh Earnest said.
Pentagon spokesman Rear Admiral John Kirby told a Washington news briefing on Tuesday that it was up to the Iraqis to manage their air space.
“It’s the Iraqi air space and (Iraq’s) to deconflict. We are not coordinating with nor are we deconflicting with Iranian military,” Kirby said. Deconflict in military parlance means to avoid overlap.
The prospect of U.S. and Iranian militaries separately carrying out air strikes in the same country raises questions about the degree of advanced coordination that might be needed, even indirectly, to avoid a mishap.
The U.S. military detailed on Wednesday 11 more strikes in Iraq. But officials noted that there were no U.S. air operations or American troops on the ground in the areas where they said Iranian aircraft had operated.
A senior Iranian official said no raids had been carried out and Tehran had no intention of cooperating with Washington.
“Iran has never been involved in any air strikes against Daesh (Islamic State) targets in Iraq. Any cooperation in such strikes with America is also out of question for Iran,” the senior official said on condition of anonymity.
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, in Brussels for a meeting of the U.S.-led coalition against Islamic State, said he was not aware of any Iranian air strikes.
While Shi’ite Iran and the United States have been at odds for decades, they have a common enemy in Islamic State, the hardline Sunni group that has seized large areas of Iraq and Syria.
Iran backs the Iraqi Shi’ite militias which are battling Islamic State and has sent senior commanders to help advise the Iraqi army and militia operations since the group took parts of northern Iraq in the summer. Iraqi officials say there are no Iranian troops on its soil.]]>
Wararka ka imaanayo Deegaanka Galinsoor ee Gobolka Galgaduud ayaa sheegaya in Ciidamada Ammaanka ay gacanta ku dhigeen Hub ka kooban dhowr nooc oo loo waday Maamulka Khaatumo State.
Hubkaani oo u badnaa noocyada culus, ayaa waxaa gacanta ku dhigay Ciidamada Maamulka Galmudug ee Deegaankaasi, waxaana la sheegayaa inuu saarnaa Gaari Candho-meydle ah.
Mid kamid ah Saraakiisha Ciidamada Maamulka ee Deegaanka Galinsoor ayaa Warbaahinta Magaalada Muqdisho u Cadeeyay in Hubka lagu soo dhax qariyay Gaariga islamarkaana uu iskugu jiro Qoryaha Lidka Diyaaradaha iyo Jiib.
Sidoo kale, Sargaalkaani oo hadalkiisa sii watay, ayaa waxa uu Xusay in Hubka loo waday Maamulka Khaatumo,waxaana uu Daboolka ka qaaday in Hubka Al-shabaab laga iibiyay lana doonayay in Khaatumo loo gudbiyo.
Dhanka kale, waxaa arrintaasi beeniyay Maamulka Khaatumo, waxa ayna sheegen inuusan jirin Hub dhankooda loo waday oo laqabtay.]]>