Ali Iman Sharmarke (Somali: Cali Imaan Sharmaarke, Arabic: علي ايمان شرماركي‎‎) (b. 1956/1957-d. 11 August 2007) was a Somali-Canadian journalist, civil servant and philanthropist. He was a co-founder of HornAfrik Media Inc, the first independent radio network to have its headquarters in Mogadishu, Somalia. In 2007, he was killed by a roadside bomb. Sharmarke was posthumously awarded the CJFE's International Press Freedom Award and Tara Singh Hayer Award for his journalistic work. His family also established the Sharmarke Peace Foundation in his memory.

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  • Ali Iman Sharmarke (Somali: Cali Imaan Sharmaarke, Arabic: علي ايمان شرماركي‎‎) (b. 1956/1957-d. 11 August 2007) was a Somali-Canadian journalist, civil servant and philanthropist. He was a co-founder of HornAfrik Media Inc, the first independent radio network to have its headquarters in Mogadishu, Somalia. In 2007, he was killed by a roadside bomb. Sharmarke was posthumously awarded the CJFE's International Press Freedom Award and Tara Singh Hayer Award for his journalistic work. His family also established the Sharmarke Peace Foundation in his memory. (en)
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