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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)
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.
World leaders have pledged more help to combat terrorism and piracy in Somalia, but demanded that its politicians form a stable government and backed this up with a threat of sanctions against anyone deemed to be stalling progress. The conference in London issued a joint statement calling for the...
AU welcomes agreement reached at the Garowe II conference on the constitution of Somalia (24.02.2012)
The Chairperson of the Commission of the African Union (AU), Dr. Jean Ping, congratulates the Somali parties for reaching a political agreement on ending the transition and laying the foundation for a new constitutional order. This Somali?owned Agreement, known as the Garowe II Principles, adopted...
The threat from terrorism and piracy in Somalia are among the issues that will be discussed at a conference in London on the future of the country.
Truckloads of Ethiopian and Somali troops on Wednesday captured the strategic Somali city of Baidoa from Al-Qaeda allied Shebab insurgents, who vowed to avenge their biggest loss for several months.