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T-Plus allows you to experience a whole new method of remittance and many financial transactions by maintaining a T-Plus account. This is both convenient and easy to use. You will be able to remit, withdraw, request, transfer funds as well as purchase goods and services
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Somalia is an intolerable place for its 4 million children. Without an effective central government since 1991, two generations have had their childhood shattered by war, famine and disease. Today intensified fighting, drought, and a nutritional crisis threaten to make 2008 one of the worst-ever years for Somaliaís forgotten children. It is an appalling prospect.This week new figures from the United Nations Childrenís Fund show malnutrition on the rise. At a hospital in northern Somalia, Dr Hodan Ahmed is dealing with the human face behind the new numbers. Estimates put the number of those killed by fighting and famine at one million. The number of internally displaced, girls such as 13-year-old Khadi Abdire, has doubled in the last six months, leaving more and more children reliant on international support for survival.
17 Mar 2008
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Next Door (Conflict in Somalia)
7 Jun 2008
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Speech by Marios Matsakis MEP (ALDE-ADLE) on : Somalia: routine killing of civilians [Auteur] [Language EN original] Matsakis_080619_153319_auth_en
22 Jun 2008
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The United Nation’s World Food Programme Director for Somalia says some three and half million people in that country could be dependent on aid and food by December this year. He’s been speaking in London on the humanitarian and political situation.
23 Jul 2008
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The Frontline Club in London presents Somalia season 2 - 11 Sept. More at *******www.frontlineclub****/ Read our blogs at *******www.fromthefrontline******/ Watch our events live at *******www.ustream.tv/channel/frontlineclub
1 Dec 2008
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Description OFF THE COAST OF SOMALIA (September 30, 2008) -- MV Faina as observed by a U.S. Navy ship. The Belize-flagged cargo ship is owned and operated by Kaalbye Shipping Ukraine and is carrying a cargo of Ukrainian T-72 tanks and related equipment. The ship was attacked on Sept. 25 and forced to proceed to an anchorage off the Somali Coast. U.S. 5th Fleet conduct Maritime Security Operations (MSO) to promote stability and regional economic prosperity. (U.S. Navy video/Released)
2 Nov 2008
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OFF THE COAST OF SOMALIA (September 30, 2008) -- MV Faina as observed by a U.S. Navy ship. The Belize-flagged cargo ship is owned and operated by Kaalbye Shipping Ukraine and is carrying a cargo of Ukrainian T-72 tanks and related equipment. The ship was attacked on Sept. 25 and forced to proceed to an anchorage off the Somali Coast. U.S. 5th Fleet conduct Maritime Security Operations (MSO) to promote stability and regional economic prosperity. (U.S. Navy video/Released)
18 Nov 2008
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10 Mar 2009
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Somalia has lot of Natural resources like iron ore, tin, gypsum, bauxite, copper, salt, natural gas,uranium and largely unexploited reserves of oil.
14 Mar 2009
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Clinton: Piracy Is Funny -- Somalia Pirates Hold U.S. Captain Hillary Clinton appears to think American Hostages and pirates seizing ships are a laughing matter. Perhaps we can tax Hillary U.S. Navy. pay 1 termSomali pirates hold U.S. captain
13 Apr 2009
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*******zennie2005.blogspot**** - Today, Easter Sunday, an after an affair that lasted for several days, American sea Captain Richard Phillips was rescued after NAVY Seal Snipers took three precision shots and killed three pirates from Somalia. In what can be described as a "growth industry" pirating in Somalia is a function of the country's lack of a government, weak economy, little military funding, and lack of financial aid from the World. In order to stop these attacks, the people of Somalia themselves must be helped. Conservative blogs and websites like "HotAir" have unintelligently called for us to "bomb" the pirates, but such saber-rattling will only kill innocent women and children. In other words, "American Machismo" worked to rescue the captain, but it will not work for the resolution of this problem. What will work is increasing aide to Somalia and helping them establish a central government but from a distance, not via invasion. Somalia has been without a true central government since 1991, and that country's civil war. (And the United States doesn't need another incursion into that country, or for that matter another situation where American solidiers are killed, which were the events captured in a movie called Black Hawk Down.) We can't afford to take on the task now. But we can work with the United Nations and other countries impacted by piracy to improve the Somali economy. Somalia is poor. According to the CIA, its' Gross Domestic Product is just over $2 billion, and the average life expectancy is just 47 years old. That's right: 47 years old. So when the average Somalian hears that a pirate's making as much as a share of $22 million for a heist, that's attractive. Indeed, the BBC reports that Somalian pirates are "living the high life" becoming very wealthy even by American standards in a country that's very poor by the World's standards. So much so is the economy a problem and piracy attractive that recruiting participants has become easier over the years. The monetary spigot has to be shut off in two ways: economic and military, but we can't afford to constantly patrol several hundred thousand square miles of ocean to watch every action a band of pirates might take. Aid to Somalia must be increased -- dramatically. But for now, I don't expect these attacks to stop, indeed, the lure of money and the culture that's developed around it is too intense to be curbed by America's success at recovering its people, even if the pirate hostage-takers were killed. They will try again, perhaps with some other country's vessel, but they will strike again. Distributed by Tubemogul.
15 Aug 2011
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Dr Chris Salvino spent a month doing volunteer surgery as the only surgeon for 10 million people in war torn Somalia and was interviewed by Lester Holt from CBS TV for the evening news. *******drchrisforcongress****/
18 Feb 2010
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