n.1.(Zool.) The sparrow hawk.
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Maalin Trading Ltd and New World Choices were among successful bidders for the tenders to build water pans in various counties.
(49) And while not officially claimed by al-Shabaab, the group is widely suspected of being behind the October 2018 execution of Mahad Maalin in Mogadishu, who was then the deputy leader of ISS.
Smallpox killed more than 500 million people worldwide in the 20th century alone -- more than the death toll caused by all the wars that were fought throughout human history -- but in 1977, in Somalia, Ali Maalin was the last person on earth to be infected by the disease.
Lucia, who died after being hit by a fallen tree; and Henry Pastor, 20, and Eddie Gado, 40, both of Sitio Maalin in Mansalay town in Oriental Mindoro, who died from drowning.
Most recently a lyric song titled "Maalin Jira!" meaning, "Distracted!" (2015), by the young Oromo artist, Hacaaluu Hundeessaa has gone viral on social media as it taps into the Oromo people's feelings of alienation, deprivation and resentment.
In Somalia, cook Ali Maow Maalin became the last person in the world to be infected with smallpox.
They asked Ali Maalin, an employee, for directions to the infectious disease ward.
Somali women will do what it takes to secure her freedom," women rights activist Sahra Maalin told reporters.
Maalin also pointed to the suffering inflicted on children in the camps as a result of deportation and separation from their families, calling in this respect for putting an end to these grave human rights breaches.
A 30-year-old Somali cook named Ali Maow Maalin was the world's last case of natural smallpox, the endpoint in a continuing chain of transmission extending back at least 3,500 years.
"Unidentified armed men kidnapped two MSG-Belgium aid workers in Bakol region," Hassan Maalin, a local elder, told Reuters by phone from the area.