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Former dictator's son arrives from Niger to face corruption charges as delegates meet in Rome to discuss Libya's future.
UN to hammer out details of CAR peacekeeping plan (06.03.2014)
United Nations diplomats will begin hammering out the details of a peacekeeping plan for the Central African Republic on Thursday hoping to restore order to the strife-torn country.
Special envoys from the Intergovermental Authority on Development (IGAD) who are mediating between South Sudan’s warring factions have proposed an extraordinary summit to discuss the crisis in South Sudan.
The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD), the East African bloc mediating the peace talks, said East African countries are prepared to send protection forces into South Sudan to halt the ongoing conflict.
The United Nations Security Council today unanimously agreed to extend a partial weapons ban on Somalia for eight months amid reports that Al-Shabaab and other armed groups are able to divert arms and ammunition intended for Government forces.
The United Nations today launched a new phase of support in Sierra Leone with the transitioning of its political mission to a more development-focused UN presence, a sign of the West African nation’s sustained recovery from a brutal civil war and an example to follow for countries still grappling...
Berlin schickt 20 Bundeswehr-Soldaten nach Somalia (04.03.2014)
Die Bundesregierung will sich mit 20 Soldaten an einer europäischen Ausbildungsmission für Somalia beteiligen. … Die Soldaten könnten … schon ab April in Somalia eingesetzt werden.
Uganda to 'send troops to Somalia to protect UN' (04.03.2014)
Uganda will send a 410-strong special force to guard UN installations in Somalia's capital, Mogadishu, a Ugandan army spokesman has said. The protection squad will free up thousands of UN-backed troops to pursue militant Islamists in the city, Paddy Ankunda said.
Rioters storm parliament building in Libya (04.03.2014)
Libya’s parliament moved into a five-star Tripoli hotel Monday, a day after rioters armed with knives and guns stormed the legislature building, torching furniture, killing a guard and wounding six lawmakers in the latest episode of turmoil in the country.
The joint African Union-United Nations mission in Sudan’s Darfur region said today it is deeply concerned over an escalation in violence that has led to the reported burning of villages and the displacement of large numbers of civilians, and called for unhindered access to the affected area.