How Edna Adan Built Somaliland's First Maternity Hospital
By Teri Whitcraft Edna Adan has spent much of her life being first. The daughter of a prominent medical doctor in Somaliland, she was the first girl in her country to learn to read, the first Somali woman to drive, the first certified nurse-midwife, and...
Edna Adan: A Woman of Many Firsts
Who is something that. I have noticed when he could do to the hospital the kind of hospital my father to work if you determine. And it's that you if you can do it. The message we had was there was a pregnant woman. And it was just over at here. Yeah her name is and Don former first lady of
Terror Suspect Tagged, Tracked, Nabbed Near Olympic Park
An accused terrorist was re-arrested for repeatedly getting too close to London’s Olympic Park thanks to a GPS monitoring device that British authorities have used in special cases to track terror suspects who may pose a risk but cannot be prosecuted, local authorities said Sunday....
Somalia's Piracy Problem: Robbery on the High Seas Too Lucrative to Refuse
There are hundreds of pirates serving time in prisons in northern Somalia. But for every one arrested, there are several people willing to fill the gap. A visit to a pirate jail reveals that, despite the risks, many Somalis are still being drawn to the sea by dreams of ransom, revenge and repute.
Revolution Chasers Redefine Adventure Travel
Roaming the World's Revolutionary Hot Spots Has Its Appeal but Fraught With Risks
Louis Gossett Jr.: 'An Actor and a Gentleman'
Oscar and Emmy award winning actor Louis Gossett junior is here with us this morning He has written a beautiful memoir what she says only has a third. Other stories He had to tell it is called an actor. And a gentleman so appropriate that you. The panel duplicate such as good to see against the
Accused War Criminals Make Home in U.S.
Former Somali General, Accused of Rights Abuses, Lives in Comfort in D.C. Suburbs
Cloture Sale: Obama, Partisanship Stand Ready for Victories
Ladies and gentlemen, we have cloture. Closure can wait. For President Obama and Democrats in Congress, this is a win with some potential losses -- of party unity, and of standing with the public, all over a policy they may not wind up wanting to sell.
The Note's Must-Reads for Monday, December 21, 2009
The Note's Must-Reads for Monday, December 14, 2009 The Note's Must-Reads are a round-up of today's political headlines and stories from ABC News and the top U.S. newspapers. Posted Monday through Friday right here at www.abcnews.com Compiled by ABC News...
Obama Administration Transfers 12 Detainees to Yemen, Afghanistan, Somaliland
The number of detainees being held at Guantanamo Bay sank to under 200 this weekend with the transfer of a dozen former prisoners in the last day to Yemen, Afghanistan, and Somaliland.