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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)
First UN aid drops reach rebel-held Somalia (17.07.2011)
The United Nations has delivered food and medicine to displaced and malnourished Somalis for the first time in territory held by the opposition movement al-Shabab. The UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) on Sunday airlifted emergency nutrition supplies and water equipment to the town of Baidoa, in...
Al Shabaab arrests aid workers in southern town (13.07.2011)
Fighters of Al Shabaab movement have detained two personnel working for international relief organizations in Baidoa town of Bay region in southern Somalia.
Parliament unanimously approves Kampala Accord (11.07.2011)
The transitional federal parliament on Monday overwhelmingly approved the Kampala Accord that extended the current government's term for an additional 12 months.
Somalia's militant Islamist group al-Shabab has lifted a ban on foreign aid agencies, as the region is hit by its worst drought in 60 years. Al-Shabab imposed the ban in 2009, accusing them of being anti-Muslim.
A U.S. drone aircraft fired on two leaders of a militant Somali organization tied to al-Qaeda, apparently wounding them, a senior U.S. military official familiar with the operation said Wednesday. … In a speech Wednesday unveiling the administration’s new counterterrorism strategy, senior White...
Somalia parliament approves new prime minister (28.06.2011)
Somali legislators have approved the appointment of Adiweli Mohamed Ali as prime minister, their speaker said on Tuesday, and the new government’s main goal will be quashing an Islamist insurgency.
The Security Council today reiterated the need for a comprehensive and inclusive strategy to encourage the restoration of peace and stability in Somalia, stressing that a peace agreement signed in neighbouring Djibouti in 2008 remains the basis for resolving conflict in the Horn of Africa country.