Somalia

Die Karte benötigt Flash. Bitte installieren Sie einen aktuellen Flashplayer.

Aktuelle Einsätze


EUTM

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

Zum Einsatz
AMISOM

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

Zum Einsatz
UNPOS

United Nations Political Office for Somalia (UN-Peacebuilding)
Beginn: 04/95

Zum Einsatz

Nachrichten


Return of UN political presence to Mogadishu “historic” step, says envoy (26.01.2012)

On Tuesday Augustine P. Mahiga, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative, moved to the capital of the Horn of Africa nation from Nairobi along with a number of his core staff from the UN Political Office for Somalia (UNPOS).

Somali and African troops hit rebel posts in Mogadishu (20.01.2012)

Government and African Union forces began a heavy offensive early on Friday against insurgent strongholds on the outskirts of the capital, Mogadishu, trying to drive the Islamic militants they have long battled out of the city, officials and witnesses said.

UN clears Eritrea over allegations of arming Somali rebels (17.01.2012)

A UN monitoring panel says it has disproved allegations that Eritrea was supplying weapons to Somalia’s Al-Shabaab militants towards the end of 2011.

Al-Shabaab video declares holy war against Kenya (11.01.2012)

Al-Shabaab has released a propaganda video declaring war against Kenya. The video was released by Sheikh Ahmed Iman Ali, the self-proclaimed de facto leader of Kenyan al-Shabaab fighters in Somalia.

AU asks UN Security Council to expand Somalia mission (11.01.2012)

An African Union delegation asked the United Nations Security Council Wednesday to approve the expansion of its mission in Somalia and provide it with logistical and other support it needs to crush Islamist insurgents who have challenged the transitional government and threatened peace and security...

Al Shabaab war drives new Ethiopia-Kenya-Uganda intelligence alliance (08.01.2012)

The war in Somalia has led to closer intelligence collaboration between Burundi, Djibouti, Kenya and Uganda that is thought to have thwarted plans by the Al Shabaab militia to launch terror attacks in the region over Christmas and New Year holidays.