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The president of Somali Republic was born in Somalia to Ambassador Dr. Ahmed Mohammed Darman and Ashkira Ali Shendile. On 24th October 1952. Left the country when his father was accredited to the United Nations in 1962. Was out of the country until when he came back with Operation Restore Hope 1992.
ELECTED CHAIRMAN OF THE UNITED SOMALI REPUBLIC PARTY IN 1999, THE FIRST POLITICAL PARTY SINCE THE MILITARY COUP OF SAID BARRE 1969. Became the President of Somali Republic on June 5th 2003 at the National Reconciliation conference in Somalia and in 12 august 2004 the Transitional Parliament elected at Arte in the Republic of Djibouti reaffirmed the election after President Abdiqasim lost the confidence vote
Somalia’s first freely- elected president talks about the war raging in his country,
his views on the U.S.- led Global War on Terrorism, and how the Internet may help educate and unite his nation.
Darman is a U.S.- educated engineer who wants to deploy distance learning, Internet-enabled health care, and advanced border security technologies to help unite his people and bring peace and security back to the war- torn nation. Click here
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Sad Sunday: Somalia The coastal sea side capital Modishu wake up under Attack
The ethiopian army with the Abdilahi yusef malisha attack the city early morning and under the cover of indiscriminate artillery and mottar fire in civilian inhabetant areas so far 80 people dead and over 200 wounded.
this attack was not expected since the United Nation has called for a meeting to solve the problem in Somalia This day June 8th will be remembered as the day of Blood lies.
Why is the family of Somalia's secret service chief living in a subsidised house in Leicester? Because 18 months ago, General Darwiish was a forklift-truck driver at Tesco's Daventry depot - and every little helps. Aidan Hartley reports on the UK-based Somalis governing a country on its knees click here for more
Exchange Table for Base Currency: New Somali Shilling, NSS
Currency Code NSS/1 Unit Units/1 NSS Utd. Arab Emir. Dirham AED 0.209 4.7884 Australian Dollar AUD 0.5439 1.8396 Bahraini Dinar BHD 2.0429 0.4931 Burundi Franc BIF 0.0006456 1605.12 Canadian Dollar CAD 0.6211 1.6109 Swiss Franc CHF 0.6607 1.5139 Egyptian Pound EGP 0.1372 7.3872 Ethiopian Birr ETB 0.06949 14.8327 Euro EUR 1.0000 1.0000 British Pound GBP 1.1163 0.8961 Indian Rupee INR 0.01521 66.0494 Iraqi Dinar IQD 0.0006718 1548.73 Jordanian Dinar JOD 1.09 0.9284 Japanese Yen JPY 0.007829 127.773 Kenyan Shilling KES 0.01009 106.872 Comoros Franc KMF 0.002033 491.968 Kuwaiti Dinar KWD 2.6331 0.3825 Lebanese Pound LBP 0.0005178 1983.96 Libyan Dinar LYD 0.6033 1.7178 Moroccan Dirham MAD 0.09046 11.1497 Nigerian Naira NGN 0.005222 195.466 Omani Riyal OMR 2.0002 0.5037 Qatari Riyal QAR 0.2109 4.7479 Russian Ruble RUB 0.02285 44.0527 Saudi Riyal SAR 0.2047 4.8904 Swedish Kroner SEK 0.09137 10.9554 Somali Shilling – 1996 Notes SOS 0.000027027 37000.00 Somali Shilling – All Other Notes SOS 0.000006666 150000.00
Syrian Pound SYP 0.01665 62.8579 Tunisian Dinar TND 0.5516 1.8513 Turkish Lira TRY 0.4682 2.1382 Uganda Shilling UGX 0.0003586 2855.66 US Dollar USD 0.7673 1.3034 Yemeni Riyal YER 0.003842 262.933 South African Rand ZAR 0.08585 11.6724
NATIONAL BANK OF SOMALIA EXCHANGE RATE OF THE SOMALI