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Hargeisa

(hɑːˈɡeɪsə)
n
(Placename) a city in NW Somalia: former capital of British Somaliland (1941–60) and functioning as the capital of the separatist republic of Somaliland; trading centre for nomadic herders. Pop: reliable recent estimates are not available

Har•gei•sa

(hɑrˈgeɪ sə)

n.
a city in NW Somalia. 400,000.
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Noun1.Hargeisa - a city in northwestern Somalia
Somalia - a republic in extreme eastern Africa on the Somali peninsula; subject to tribal warfare
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Both Cendon and Freeman flew from Bosasso to Hargeysa, in neighbouring Somaliland, and arrived in Nairobi late on Sunday, in good health and high spirits.
Hargeysa, which had been the hub of economic and political activity in Somaliland, was now an after-thought in Somalia.
Mr Ahmed, who has close links with the country's political leadership, said: "One day I was visiting the hospital in Hargeysa, the capital city, with a Minister.
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