Lower Juba

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Lower Juba (Jubbada Hoose, جوبا السفلى, Basso Giuba) is an administrative region (gobol) in southern Somalia.wikipedia
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Kismayo

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With its capital at Kismayo, it lies in the autonomous Jubaland region.
Kismayo (Kismaayo; كيسمايو, ; Chisimaio) is a port city in the southern Lower Juba (Jubbada Hoose) province of Somalia.

Jubaland

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With its capital at Kismayo, it lies in the autonomous Jubaland region.
The territory consists of the Gedo, Lower Juba and Middle Juba provinces.

Gedo

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Lower Juba is bordered by Kenya, the Somali regions of Gedo, Middle Juba (Jubbada Dhexe), and the Somali Sea.
Gedo is a region created in 1970s and is bordered by the Ogaden in Ethiopia, the North Eastern Province in Kenya, and the Somali regions of Bakool, Bay, Jubbada Dhexe (Middle Juba), and Jubbada Hoose (Lower Juba) further down east.

Somalia

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Lower Juba (Jubbada Hoose, جوبا السفلى, Basso Giuba) is an administrative region (gobol) in southern Somalia.

States and regions of Somalia

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With its capital at Kismayo, it lies in the autonomous Jubaland region.

Goob Weyn

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The province is named after the Jubba River that passes through it and empties into the Somali Sea at Goobweyn.
Goob Weyn is a town in the southern Lower Juba region of Somalia.

Administrative divisions of Somalia

Regiondistrictgobol
Lower Juba (Jubbada Hoose, جوبا السفلى, Basso Giuba) is an administrative region (gobol) in southern Somalia.

Afmadow District

Afmadow is a district in Lower Jubba of Somalia.

Jubba River

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The province is named after the Jubba River that passes through it and empties into the Somali Sea at Goobweyn.
The Jubba River gives its name to the Somali administrative regions of Middle Juba and Lower Juba, as well as to the larger historical region of Jubaland.

Jamame

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Jamame (Jamaame, جمامة, Giamama formerly Villaggio Regina Margherita), also spelled Giamame, is a town in the southern Lower Juba (Jubbada Hoose) region of Somalia.

Middle Juba

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Lower Juba is bordered by Kenya, the Somali regions of Gedo, Middle Juba (Jubbada Dhexe), and the Somali Sea.
Middle Juba is bordered by the Somali regions of Gedo, Bay, Lower Shebelle (Shabellaha Hoose), Lower Juba (Jubbada Hoose), and the Indian Ocean.

Bajuni Islands

The Bajuni Islands are also within the region.
Administratively, the islands are within the Lower Juba region of Somalia.

Siad Barre

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The Soviet Union, which at the time maintained strategic relations with the Siad Barre government, airlifted some 90,000 people from the devastated regions of Hobyo and Caynaba.
New settlements of small villages were created in the Jubbada Hoose (Lower Jubba) and Jubbada Dhexe (Middle Jubba) regions, with these new settlements known as the Danwadaagaha or "Collective Settlements".

Jamame District

Jamaame District
Jamame District (Degmada Jamaame) is a district in the southern Lower Juba (Jubbada Hoose) region of Somalia.

Kismayo District

Kismaayo District
Kismayo District (Degmada Kismayo) is a district in the southern Jubbada Hoose region of Somalia.

Dhobley (Lower Juba Region)

Dhobley
Dhobley is a town in Afmadow District, Lower Juba, Somalia.

Xagar District

Xagar
It is one of five districts that make up the Jubbada Hoose region.

Kenya

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Lower Juba is bordered by Kenya, the Somali regions of Gedo, Middle Juba (Jubbada Dhexe), and the Somali Sea.

Somali Sea

Lower Juba is bordered by Kenya, the Somali regions of Gedo, Middle Juba (Jubbada Dhexe), and the Somali Sea. The province is named after the Jubba River that passes through it and empties into the Somali Sea at Goobweyn.

Majeerteen

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The main Harti representatives to establish themselves in Kismayo were Majeerteen traders from the northeastern Ras Hafun promontory, who were referred to as Hafuuni.

Ras Hafun

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The main Harti representatives to establish themselves in Kismayo were Majeerteen traders from the northeastern Ras Hafun promontory, who were referred to as Hafuuni.

Mohammed Abdullah Hassan

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In the first two decades of the 20th century, during Mohammed Abdullah Hassan's ("Mad Mullah") Dervish resistance, members of the Dhulbahante Harti sub-clan followed suit.