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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)
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.
Fighting in southern and central Somalia between Government forces and Al-Shabaab militants has displaced about 33,000 people in the past six weeks, the United Nations refugee agency reported today. More than half of these are people who have been displaced in Mogadishu, according to the UN High...
Somali PM Mohamed orders UN to return to Mogadishu (05.04.2011)
UN agencies involved in Somalia, but based in neighbouring Kenya for safety reasons, have been told to move to Mogadishu within three months. … He said the UN had offices in countries like Iraq and Afghanistan which were "more dangerous than the Somali capital".
The United Nations envoy for Somalia today urged all of the country’s leaders to participate in an upcoming conference on the transition process, following reports that members of the interim Government have decided to boycott the event.
Kenya repels al-Shabaab cross-border raid (30.03.2011)
Kenyan security officials said on Wednesday they repelled an attack on a police station by Somalia's al Shabaab rebels who were trying to steal arms, the latest in a series of attacks along the frontier.
Somalia government extends its mandate (28.03.2011)
Somalia's UN-backed government has extended its mandate for another year despite criticism from donors and attacks by Islamist extremists. The government of President Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmed, a moderate Islamist former rebel, was due to leave office in August 2011.