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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)
AU announces pull-out of Ethiopian troops in April (10.03.2012)
Ethiopian forces will hand over two recently captured towns in Somalia which were the strongholds of the Al-Qaida allied Al-Shabab Islamist militants in Somalia to African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM), it was announced on Friday. … The AU said Ethiopia will withdraw its troops from Somalia by...
EU to boost funding for AMISOM (08.03.2012)
The European Union has pledged to increase its funding for AMISON forces in Somalia by €100 million up to 2013 and strengthen its military presence in the Horn of Africa and the Indian Ocean waters up to 2014 to help contain the threats posed by terror and piracy groups.
Turkish Airlines starts regular flights to Somalia (06.03.2012)
Turkish Airlines started flights to Mogadishu this week, the first major international carrier to run a regular service to the Somali capital in more than two decades.
Somalia currently has the best opportunity to end its two decades-long conflict and bring lasting peace and stability to the country, but doing so will require a greater efforts by all parties and sustained support from international partners, the Security Council heard today.
Thousands flee to Mogadishu after Afgoye fighting (28.02.2012)
A renewed offensive against Al-Shabab insurgents by Somali government forces, backed by Ethiopian, Kenyan and African Union troops, has sparked another influx of civilians to the capital Mogadishu, locals told IRIN.
An Islamist militia group in Somalia's semi-autonomous Puntland region has merged with the al Shabaab rebel group, said the insurgents on Saturday, a union which threatens to destabilise the relatively secure area targeted by oil explorers.
Somali prime minister says his country will give west a share of natural resources in return for help with task of reconstruction. They expect the oil to flow within weeks.