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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)
Assessing Turkey’s role in Somalia (08.10.2012)
“Assessing Turkey’s Role in Somalia”, the latest briefing from the International Crisis Group, examines Turkey’s role in helping stabilise Somalia and its new government.
Somalia's president names newcomer as prime minister (06.10.2012)
Abdi Shirdon has been a businessman in Kenya and is believed to be untainted by the country's volatile clan politics.
Kenyan army says it now controls Kismayo (02.10.2012)
Allied African troops have taken full control of Kismayo in Somalia, the last stronghold of Islamist rebels who have been fighting against the country's internationally backed government, a Kenyan military official said Tuesday.
The weak hand of Somalia's new President (01.10.2012)
International optimism over the election of a new president in Somalia should not overlook the overwhelming realities that this failed state continues to face. J Peter Pham discusses how corruption and the hijacking of political processes continue to undermine Somalia’s stability.
Somalia al-Shabab armoury 'destroyed in Kismayo' (26.09.2012)
Kenya's military says its jets have bombed the airport in the Somali city of Kismayo, destroying an armoury and warehouse used by Islamist militants. The port city of Kismayo in southern Somalia is a stronghold of the al-Qaeda aligned group al-Shabab.
EU gives new support to the AU Mission (25.09.2012)
The renewed EU support, will allow AMISOM to continue to fulfil its mandate and to reach its total strength of 17,731, as authorised by the UN. EU support covers costs such as troop allowances, costs of the police and civilian component of the mission, medical care, housing, fuel, and communication...
Kenya extends amnesty to al-Shabab (19.09.2012)
Kenyan officials say they are offering amnesty to Kenyans who joined the Somali militant group al-Shabab and are willing to denounce violence. This offer comes as Somalia’s new president calls on foreign militants to leave his country.