Somalia

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EUTM

EU Military Mission to Contribute to the Training of Somali Security Forces (EU)
Beginn: 05/10

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AMISOM

African Union Mission in Somalia (Sonstige)
Beginn: 01/07

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UNSOM

United Nations Assistance Mission in Somalia (UN-Peacebuilding)
Beginn: 06/13

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EUCAP Somalia

EU Maritime Capacity Building Mission (EU)

vormals EUCAP Nestor

Beginn: 07/12 bzw. 03/17 (launch EUCAP Somalia)

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African Union’s Somalia mission hit by EU funding cut (09.02.2016)

The African Union (AU) has criticised the EU's decision to cut funding for its peace-keeping mission in Somalia by 20% at a time when it is entrenched in a deadly battle with terrorist militants.

U.N. praises Somalia deal on model for electoral process (29.01.2016)

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon praised an agreement by Somalia's government on Thursday on a model for the electoral process to establish a new, bicameral federal parliament in 2016, a U.N. spokesman said.

Kenya troops 'pull out of Somali el-Ade and Badhadhe bases' (26.01.2016)

Kenyan forces have pulled out from two military bases in Somalia, including one attacked by militant Islamist group al-Shabab, residents have told the BBC.

Kenya rattled as Shabab turns sights on Somalia military targets (20.01.2016)

Somali and Western officials now say that 80 to 100 Kenyan soldiers — and possibly more — were massacred during the attack, which took place on Friday at the El-Adde forward operating base. The Shabab overran the base, held it for several hours and made off with sensitive communications equipment,...

Turkey to build a military training center in Somalia (06.01.2016)

Turkey has started to build a military training base in Somalia as part of its pledge to build up the national army for the Somali government, a senior Turkish diplomat has said.

Somali leaders reach agreement on election framework (16.12.2015)

The leaders decided to dissolve the government next September but are not prohibiting President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud and the 275 members of parliament from seeking re-election.