Jubaland
Jubaland State of Somalia, also known as Jubaland (Somali: Jubbaland, Arabic: جوبالاند‎), the Juba Valley (Somali: Dooxada Jubba) or Azania (Somali: Aza...
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Maritime history of Somalia
Maritime history of Somalia refers to the seafaring tradition of the Somali people. It includes various stages of Somali navigational technology, shipbuilding and design, as well as the history of the...
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Ajuuraan State
The Ajuran Sultanate (Somali: Saldanadda Ajuuraan, Arabic: سلطنة أجوران‎), also spelled as the Ajuuraan Sultanate, and often simply as Ajuran, was a Somali Muslim empire that ruled over ...
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Gobroon Dynasty
The Sultanate of the Geledi (Somali: Saldanadda Geledi, Arabic: سلطنة غلدي‎) was a Somali kingdom that ruled parts of the Horn of Africa during the late-17th century and 19th century. Th...
Sultanate of Zanzibar
The Sultanate of Zanzibar (Arabic: سلطنة زنجبار‎), also known as the Zanzibar Sultanate, refers to the territories over which His Highness the Sultan of Zanzibar was the sovereign. ...
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Italian East Africa
Italian East Africa (Italian: Africa Orientale Italiana) was an Italian colony established in 1936. It was formed through the merger of Italian Somaliland and Italian Eritrea with the for...
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British East Africa
East Africa Protectorate (also known as British East Africa) was an area in the African Great Lakes occupying roughly the same terrain as present-day Kenya (approximately 246,800 mi² / 6...
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Postage stamps and postal history of Oltre Giuba
Oltre Giuba (Italian for Greater Juba, Somali: Dadw Jubba) formerly Trans-Juba, is the southwesternmost part of Somalia, on the far side of the Juba River (thus "Trans"-Juba), bordering Kenya.
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Somali Civil War
The Somali Civil War is an ongoing civil war taking place in Somalia. It grew out of resistance to the Siad Barre regime during the 1980s. By 1988–90, the Somali Armed Forces began engaging various ar...
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Juba Valley Alliance
The Juba Valley Alliance (JVA; Somali: Isbahaysiga Dooxada Jubba) is a political faction of the Somali Civil War. It was the primary opponent of the Somali Patriotic Movement (SPM) and the Somali Reco...
Rise of the Islamic Courts Union (2006)
The Advance of the Islamic Courts Union is the period in the Somali Civil War that began on May 2006 with the Islamic Courts Union's (ICU) conquest of Mogadishu from the Alliance for the Restoration o...
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War in Somalia (2006-2009)
The War in Somalia was an armed conflict involving largely Ethiopian and Somali Transitional Federal Government (TFG) forces and Somali troops from Puntland versus the Somali Islamist umbrella group, ...
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Gedo
Gedo (Somali: Geedo, Arabic: جوبا الوسطى‎) is an administrative region (gobol), formerly part of the historic Upper Juba Region in southern Somalia. Its regional capital is Garbahaarreey...
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Lower Juba
Lower Juba (Somali: Jubbada Hoose, Arabic: جوبا السفلى‎) is an administrative region (gobol) in southern Somalia. With its capital at Kismayo, it lies in the autonomous Jubaland region.L...
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Middle Juba
Middle Juba (Somali: Jubbada Dhexe, Arabic: جوبا الأوسط‎) is an administrative region (gobol) in southern Somalia. With its capital at Bu'aale, it is located in the autonomous Jubaland r...
Dawa River
The Dawa River is a perennial river in southeastern Ethiopia. Rising in the mountains east of Aleta Wendo, the Dawa flows south and east to join with the Ganale Dorya at the border with Somalia to be...
Xagar District
Xagar District is an administrative district in southern Somalia. It is one of five districts that make up the Jubbada Hoose region, also called the Lower Jubba region.
Xagar is located near the d...
Garbaharey District
Garbaharey District (Somali: Degmada Garbahaarey) is a district in the southwestern Gedo region of Somalia. Its capital lies at Garbaharey.
Timeline of the War in Somalia: 2007
The timeline of events in the War in Somalia during 2007 is set out below.
On January 1, Islamists abandoned their last stronghold in Kismayo. After their departure, looters took to the streets, b...
Timeline of the War in Somalia: 2007 - Wikipedia
Xeer
Xeer, pronounced [ħeːr], is the polycentric legal system of Somalia. Under this system, elders serve as judges and help mediate cases using precedents. It is an example of how customary law works wit...
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Uar Esgudud
Uar Esgudud or (Af Soomaali War Caws Gaduud) is a small village in southeast Gedo region in the District of Bardera. The village sits right at the cross-roads of the districts of Bardera, Afmadow and ...
Dolow
Dolow (Somali: Dooloow), also spelled Doolow, is a town in the southern Gedo region of Somalia.
The city sits on the Jubba River near the Somali Region in Ethiopia, just 50 km (31 mi...
Bardera District
Bardera District (Somali: Degmada Baardheere) is a district in the southwestern Gedo region of Somalia. It was first made a political district in 1941. A decade and a half later, during the 1956 g...
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Badhadhe District
Badhadhe District (Somali: Degmada Badhaadhe) is a district in the southern Jubbada Hoose region of Somalia.
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El Wak
El Wak is the city on the Somalia-Kenya border. It is located between the Jubaland region and the North Eastern Province. 40°56′E / 2.817°N 40.933°E / 2.817; 40.933
Sakow District
Sakow District (Somali: Degmada Saakow) is a district in the southern Middle Juba (Jubbada Dhexe) of Somalia. Its capital lies at Saakow.
El Mergis
El Mergis (Af Soomaali Ceel Merjis) is small pastoralist village in southern Gedo Region in Somalia - about 258 mi (or 416 km) West of Mogadishu, the seat of the Somali government.El Mergis ...
Sarapion
Sarapion (Ancient Greek: Σαράπιον, also spelled Serapion), was an ancient Somali port city in present-day Somalia. It was situated on a site that later became Mogadishu.
Sarapion was briefly ...