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

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Beginn: 01/07

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'Al-Qaeda' distributes Somalia aid near Mogadishu (14.10.2011)

A man claiming to be from al-Qaeda has distributed aid in Somalia, highlighting the group's links with al-Shabab militants. … Mr Almuhajir was accompanied by al-Shabab spokesman Sheikh Ali Mohamud Rage, who said they were distributing food such as flour, rice, cooking oil, dates and milk to 4,000...

Somalia has best chance for peace in years, says UN envoy (14.10.2011)

Somalis currently have a rare opportunity to advance peace in their country and establish a fully functioning government, says the United Nations envoy to the Horn of Africa nation. Augustine Mahiga, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Somalia, said the peace process has taken a...

Somalia Islamists al-Shabab 'driven out of Mogadishu' (10.10.2011)

African Union (AU) troops say they have driven Islamist al-Shabab militants out of their last stronghold in the north of Somalia's capital, Mogadishu. "We control the whole of Mogadishu," AU Gen Fred Mugisha told the BBC. He said that Somali government forces also took part in the offensive.

Somalia: to talk or not to talk to Al-Shabab (10.10.2011)

Al-Shabab insurgents remain a potent force in Somalia, but there is no public hint of talks on the horizon to reach a political settlement. … IRIN spoke to a cross-section of Somalis, humanitarian workers, analysts and observers about whether engaging Al-Shabab in talks would help stabilize the...

UN expert calls for an international protection force to shield civilians (05.10.2011)

The Independent Expert on the situation of human rights in Somalia, Shamsul Bari, condemned in the strongest terms Tuesday’s suicide attack in Mogadishu, and called on the international community to deploy an international protection force to support the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM)...

Somali rebels threaten more attacks after bombing (05.10.2011)

Somalia's Shebab on Wednesday vowed more attacks after a massive car bombing killed more than 70 people in Mogadishu in the deadliest single strike by the rebels in the country. "We are promising that attacks against the enemy will be routine, more in number and will increase day by day," spokesman...

Huge Somalia suicide car bomb kills dozens in capital (04.10.2011)

At least 70 people have been killed by a huge suicide blast near a government compound in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, say officials. … A spokesman for the Islamist militant group al-Shabab told the BBC it had carried out the attack.