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UNICEF correspondent Eva Gilliam reports on a multimedia workshop aimed at training Somali journalists in humanitarian reporting.
25 Nov 2011
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Un grand merci à toute l'équipe pour cette journée au profit de la Somalie (Valence). Talip Altin remercie toute l'équipe de l'Association Touche D'espoir pour cet évènement magnifique. www.myspace****/Talipaltin www.facebook****/Altintalip
30 Nov 2011
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I called a Somali mechanic as Buk Lau about some car troubles with my Honda Civic.The way this guy reacts to my ridiculousness is amazing, love the way this animation came together. If you enjoy the animations and want more of em, show your support by smashing that Like button and sharing this with a friend! :) Subscribe to catch my future videos! ******* World Dumbest Thief Calls Back Victim (prank) - ******* Insane Cheating Girlfriend Prank - ******* All my animated pranks - ******* Facebook--------------------- *******facebook****/OwnagePranks Twitter ------------------------ *******twitter****/OwnagePranks 2nd channel / Extras ---- *******youtube****/MrOwnagePranks Merchandise ---------------- *******ownagepranks.spreadshirt**** Animation by Sam *******youtube****/EbolaWorld
29 Sep 2014
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Alex talks with Master Mariner Captain Kelly Sweeney about the Somali pirate situation
12 Apr 2009
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Saving Captain Phillips – Online Game from Games2win**** captures the High Sea Rescue Mission. Games2win****, a global Top 50 online games' company, announced the release of its real life inspired online game titled 'Saving Captain Phillips' on www.games2win****. The thrilling game is inspired by the courageous and dangerous high sea rescue mission of Captain Richard Phillips, who was captured by rogue Somali Pirates and rescued by the crack team of US Navy SEAL snipers. To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/games2win/37943/
20 Nov 2009
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Here's another perk of living at Ashley's house... Ashley's Bath Time. It's Ashley in the bathtub, soapy and wet - what could Doug not like about this? bath tub naked nude bubbles soapy water wet bikini somali pirates toilet dsg downstairsguys upstairsgirls show downstairs guys upstairs girls episode iron sink model ball series video youtube haha lol hilarious comedy funny humor sketch kevin doug danny ashley brunette cute hot babe dude zone blonde cleavage butt awesome cool beautiful sexy sex viral breakout vlog crazy legs silly stupid dumb clueless roommates deedee sandy balls bra dogs puppies puppy dog hugtime
26 Jun 2009
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Born in a village deep in the Cambodian forest, Somaly Mam was sold into slavery by her grandfather when she was twelve years old. For the next decade she was shuttled through the brothels that make up the sprawling human trade of Southeast Asia... *******www.randomhouse****/catalog/display.pperl?isbn=9780385526227
22 Sep 2009
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British Maritime Security Company Protection Vessels International, protecting shipping against the threat of Somali piracy
15 Jan 2010
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BY BRANDON TWICHELL ANCHOR MEGAN MURPHY You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy Confusion reigns in the Suez Canal after Iran said it would have two warships cross it and dock in Syria. Now the Associated Press says Iran has withdrawn its request to cross the canal without giving a reason. And to top it all off, Egypt says Iran never filed a request in the first place. Was Iran serious about crossing the canal - or was it trying to provoke the West? We’re looking at the Suez incident with coverage from The Wall Street Journal, Fox News, and The Washington Times. Iran claims the warships are training to combat Somali pirates and needed to dock in Syria. Israel says Iran is simply provoking them. A correspondent tells The Wall Street Journal Israel is also worried about Iran’s relationship with Syria. “Israel sees Syria as part of an axis with Iran, in alliance with Iran and Hezbollah. And so Israel might see this as sort of an attempt to sort of tighten a, you know, the noose around itself.” Some news sources say Iran never had permission to cross the Suez in the first place. A Fox News correspondent says Iran is simply doing what it always does - touting its power. “It’s likely, Shep, the Iranians are playing their usual game of trying to deflect attention from problems at home by provoking Israel and the West. It may also be that the Iranian leadership wants to send these warships through the Suez Canal to send a message to its own people that it is a player on the world stage.” But Israel decidedly viewed the movement as a clear provocation, with its foreign minister saying it “aggravates the situation in the region.” A writer for the Washington Times suggests the Iranian government is simply trying to distract an unhappy population -- with Israel as its scapegoat. “It shuts up the populace, since you can't very well side against your own government while it's fighting the Little Satan. It tamps down internal divisions, since no internal squabble can compare with the endless existential fight with the Zionist colonialist imperialist oppressor.” As late as Thursday, Israel’s Haaretz says Iran is still trying to get the warships to pass through the canal. Iran hasn’t sent warships through the Suez since 1979. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook to get updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
19 Feb 2011
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BY CHRISTINA HARTMAN PRODUCED BY ADAM FALK You're watching multisource video news analysis from Newsy In case you missed it, or want to relive it -- this is your Newsy Week in Review. MONDAY, FEB. 21/ALEX ROZIER, NEWSY: “...4 Americans were taken hostage off the coast of Oman.” And then... just a day later: TUESDAY, FEB. 22/MEGAN MURPHY, NEWSY: “Somali pirates fatally shot four American hostages after hijacking their yacht, the Quest, off the coast of Oman.” And while the families of those hostages suffer through their worst nightmare - New Zealand saw its darkest hour this week. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 23/JIM FLINK, NEWSY: “The third tragedy to strike Christchurch in nearly as many months, has the South Island of New Zealand reeling.” Also this week -- the ins... WEDNESDAY, FEB. 23/MEGAN MURPHY, NEWSY: “After a long and controversial candidacy, former White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emmanuel easily captured the mayor’s office of Chicago...” ...still outs... MONDAY, FEB. 21/CHRISTINA HARTMAN, NEWSY: “Still at large - 14 Democratic state lawmakers who fled the state last week in protest over Governor Scott Walker’s Budget Repair Bill.” And -- still not going anywheres... TUESDAY, FEB. 22/ANA COMPAIN-ROMERO, NEWSY: “Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi went on state television on Tuesday to announce he has no intention to of resigning. Even more, he would rather die as a martyr.” After what international press deemed a week of brutal crackdowns on protesters -- Libya’s Muammar Gaddafi pledged Friday to double salaries for some government workers -- and offered a $400 bonus to every Libyan family. But he’s not the only embattled leader this week hoping that money talks. THURSDAY, FEB. 24/MEGAN MURPHY, NEWSY: “Saudi King Abdullah returned to the nation after being out on medical leave- bringing back $36 billion in gifts for the people. The money will go toward worker pay raises, unemployment benefits, and affordable housing.” Money might talk -- but in the U.S. -- Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas didn’t -- again this week -- passing a quiet milestone. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 23/CHRISTINA HARTMAN, NEWSY: “It’s been five years since the H.W. Bush-appointee has spoken during oral arguments before the Court. ... To put that in perspective, no other justice on the High Court has gone without speaking for longer than a year -- much less FIVE -- in the last 40 years!” But with developments in tech this week - who needs humans? It was rage against the machine. There was the amazing: MONDAY, FEB. 21/ANA COMPAIN-ROMERO: “The goal? Fully autonomous cars that can easily interact with their human passengers.” ...the potentially annoying... MONDAY, FEB. 21/CHANCE SEALES: “Your phone’s ringing. It could be your mom, dad, or your pill bottle? Well that could be the case if you choose to buy the world’s first Internet-connected medication packaging.” ...and the downright creepy. TUESDAY, FEB. 22/CYREIA SANDLIN, NEWSY: “Call it a twist on the classic game of pick-ups. ... A new Facebook app can notify you when that crush you’ve been stalking, I mean, following, is at long last, single.” Speaking of breakups - a new study suggests cutting off your relationship with meat. Your rebound partner? WEDNESDAY, FEB. 23/ALEX ROZIER, NEWSY: “Insects - they’re what’s for dinner - High in protein and low in fat, insects are what some are calling the meat of the future.” And finally - Newsy’s most commented story of the week. TUESDAY, FEB. 22/JENNY MECKLES, NEWSY: “Irresponsible. Cowardly. Honorable. Smart. That about summarizes the mixed reaction to the decision of 14 Democratic senators from Wisconsin who fled the state in protest of the governor’s Budget Repair Bill.” That’s your Newsy Week in Review. Thanks for getting all your multi-source video news analysis from us. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
1 Mar 2011
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GULF OF ADEN (Feb. 11, 2009) Visit, board, search and seizure team members (VBSS) in a rigid-hulled inflatable boat (RHIB) from the guided-missile cruiser USS Vella Gulf (CG 72) close in to apprehend suspected pirates. Vella Gulf is the flagship for Combined Task Force 151, a multi-national task force conducting counterpiracy operations to detect and deter piracy in and around the Gulf of Aden, Arabian Gulf, Indian Ocean and Red Sea. It was established to create a maritime lawful order and develop security in the maritime environment.
27 Feb 2009
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EUX.TV news report on surge in piracy attacks near Somalia. Distributed by Tubemogul.
10 Apr 2009
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Somalian born rapper Knaan gives the real story about Somalia's infamous pirates.
15 Apr 2009
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Just shoot them in the water.
9 May 2009
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UNICEF's Iman Morooka reports on a Child Health Days Campaign that successfully delivered life-saving health services to districts throughout Mogadishu, Somalia.
7 Apr 2010
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31 Dec 2012
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