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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)
New report of the Secretary-General on Somalia (09.12.2011)
The report provides an update on major developments that occurred in Somalia on the three main tracks — (a) political; (b) security; and (c) humanitarian, recovery and development, and human rights — during the period from the issuance of the SGs report of 30 August 2011 (S/2011/549) to 30 November...
The UN office for Somalia is moving to Mogadishu from Nairobi, UN head Ban Ki-moon has announced on a rare visit to the Somali capital.
New clashes in capital Mogadishu (08.12.2011)
The Somali capital, Mogadishu, has been hit by some of the fiercest fighting in the city in months, in a major setback for the government. The clashes began shortly after dawn between Islamist al-Shabab militants and government troops, backed by African Union (AU) troops. … Al-Shabab withdrew from...
Kenya: troops join AU Somalia Mission (07.12.2011)
Kenyan soldiers fighting Al-Shabaab militants have now become part of the United Nations-sponsored African Mission in Somalia. It follows the unanimous vote in Parliament on Wednesday authorising the Kenya Defence Forces currently in Somalia to serve under the African Union Mission in Somalia.
Today, the European Commission decided to provide a further €50 million to the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) which brings the EU contribution to a total of € 258 million since 2007.
Somalia's al-Shabab militants close UN aid offices (28.11.2011)
The list of groups banned outright included the United Nations children's agency, Unicef, and other UN bodies, the British charity Concern and groups from Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, and Sweden.
The United Nations envoy for children and armed conflict today secured a commitment from top officials in Somalia’s transitional Government to start a process to end the recruitment and use of children in the country’s armed forces.