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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 Political Office for Somalia (UN-Peacebuilding)
The European Union, one of the major financiers of Amisom and the Somali Transitional Federal Government, has threatened to cut further support if the current office holders do not relinquish power when their term of office comes to an end in August.
The United Nations refugee agency today voiced alarm at worsening insecurity in Somalia, which has forced 50,000 people out of the country in the first three months of this year, more than double the number of refugees who fled the Horn of Africa nation during a similar period in 2010.
Pro-government forces take town in southern Somalia (29.04.2011)
Pro-government forces reclaimed control of a town in southwestern Somalia Thursday after troops from the Al Qaeda-inspired Shebab pulled out without a fight, officials and witnesses said. … Garbaharey is the latest in a string of major towns in the region the Shebab have lost in recent weeks, … .
New AU report on the situation in Somalia (26.04.2011)
A summit of the East African Community on Tuesday urged the United States and the European Union to step up their support for AMISOM, the African Union's peacekeeping force in Somalia.
A United Nations-backed meeting on Somalia concluded today with participants agreeing on the need to strengthen security and redouble efforts to combat extremism in the Horn of Africa nation, as well as complete a number of tasks before the transitional period ends in August.
With the mandate of Somalia's Transitional Federal Government due to expire in August, Somali Prime Minister Mohammed Abdullahi Mohammed was in Nairobi Thursday to discuss regional security with his Kenyan counterpart, Prime Minister Raila Odinga.