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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 Commission of the African Union (AU) and the Government of the Republic of Uganda signed today, at the AU Headquarters in Addis Ababa, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) regarding the deployment by Uganda of a Formed Police (FPU) Unit of 140 police personnel, as part of the AU Mission in...
Mogadishu, Somaliland sign cooperation deal: report (29.06.2012)
The leaders of Somalia and Somaliland have agreed to boost cooperation between the different factions in Somalia, a country battered by more than two decades of civil war, WAM news agency reported on Thursday. … The two men signed the "Dubai Charter" in the presence of the leaders of Puntland and...
Somali forces capture rebel stronghold (26.06.2012)
Somali government forces supported by African Union peacekeepers and tanks on Tuesday took control of a key Islamist rebel base just to the north of the capital, officials and witnesses said.
The top United Nations political official for Somalia today welcomed the signing of a communiqué agreed on by Somali leaders as a key step in preparing the East African country for the upcoming end of its transitional governing arrangement.
Key Somaliland talks set to start (20.06.2012)
Leaders from Somalia and Somaliland are due to start the first ever formal discussions on the future of the self-proclaimed Somaliland republic. It broke away in 1991 and wants to be a separate country - but it has not been internationally recognised.
The United States has threatened to impose sanctions on Somalis who stand in the way of a UN-supervised roadmap for peace in Somalia. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Johnnie Carson was speaking after making the first visit by a top US official in two decades.
Freedom slowly returns to capital after Amisom troops beat back Islamist fighters.