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EU Military Mission to Contribute to the Training of Somali Security Forces (EU)
African Union Mission in Somalia (Sonstige)
United Nations Assistance Mission in Somalia (UN-Peacebuilding)
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.
Security gaps leave room for al-Shabab resurgence (03.03.2014)
The al-Qaida linked militant group al-Shabab has struck at the heart of the Somali government with a string of suicide attacks in Mogadishu. The recent strikes and a fresh recruitment drive point to a resurgence of one of Africa's most feared terrorist groups.
Somalia's al-Shabab vows to make comeback (27.02.2014)
In an Al Jazeera exclusive, al-Shabab's spokesman says armed group will retake territory lost to government forces.
A military offensive led by an expanded African peacekeeping force aims to drive Somali Islamist rebels out of their remaining strongholds by the end of 2014, the Somali prime minister said on Wednesday. … The UN agreed in November to expand the AMISOM peacekeeping force by some 4,500 troops to...
A confidential UN monitors' report warns of "systematic abuses" by Somalia's government, which the monitors say has allowed the diversion of weapons that Somali authorities purchased after the UN Security Council eased an arms embargo on Mogadishu last year.
Speaking in Addis Ababa Wednesday, ahead of an AU summit, the president said the government is moving forward with plans for major operations against al-Shabab.
The Pentagon on Wednesday said its analysts are still assessing the results of what a spokesman called "a coordinated operation" in southern Somalia.