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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)
The newly formed Presidential Election Committee met yesterday in Mogadishu and agreed on the date for the Somali Presidential election, which will now take place on Monday, 10 September.
UN condemns killing of staff member in Somalia, urges more protection for humanitarians (28.08.2012)
Yassin Mohamed Hassan, a staff member of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) was killed on Monday morning in an attack by an armed group in the Somali port city of Merka. … Since August 2011, 20 humanitarian workers have been killed in Somalia while striving to bring relief and support...
Somalia elects a new speaker of Parliament (28.08.2012)
In a historic election of the parliament speakership, members of the new Somali Federal Parliament have elected Mohamed Osman Jawaari as the speaker of the parliament.
The United Nations envoy for Somalia today voiced deep concern at the ongoing delays in finalizing the list of new parliamentarians, warning that it might threaten the electoral calendar.
Somalia swears in historic new parliament (23.08.2012)
Embattled country's transition officially ended on Monday, with 215 out of 275 parliamentarians sworn in. … About 24 candidates are running to become Somalia's first post-transition president who, once elected sometime in the near future, will then choose a prime minister.
The term of Somalia’s Transitional Federal Institutions has expired, and there is no new president to take office as envisaged. The current political process has been as undemocratic as the one it seeks to replace, with unprecedented levels of political interference, corruption and intimidation.
Next stop Kismayo (15.08.2012)
A preliminary push by UN-backed African Union troops on the last bastion of Somalia’s Al-Shabab insurgency has already added to Somalia’s civilian casualties, and there are fears that more may lie ahead as air, ground and naval operations in the strategic city escalate.