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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)
Uganda plans to withdraw its troops from Somalia by December 2017, signalling it is scaling back regional military interventions after it said it planned a similar pullback from Central African Republic.
As Somalia prepares to choose a new government in August, there are concerns that the powerful clans who have long dominated political life in the country may try to manipulate the ballot while al-Shabaab militants also pose a threat, a senior UN official has said.
Plans to convert the African Union Mission in Somalia (Amisom) troops into a United Nations peacekeeping force are in an advanced stage. The deal is set to be finalised during a meeting this week between President Uhuru Kenyatta and United Nations (UN) secretary-general Ban Ki-moon in Brussels.
The Somali parliament approved amendments to the constitution Wednesday that will allow the House to continue to function should the country’s leaders fail to meet the deadline set for the election of government institutions.
Al-Shabab attacks military base in Somalia (09.06.2016)
Somali officials and residents have confirmed that Somali government forces and Ethiopian troops have driven Al-Shabab out of Halgan village after a massive attack early on Thursday.
Somalia will choose a new parliament as planned later this year and the president and regional leaders will meet on June 20 to discuss how future lawmakers will be selected as there will not be a popular vote, the president's office said.
AMISOM plays down EU budget cut concerns (30.05.2016)
The AU peacekeeping mission in Somalia has been extended by one year amid uncertainty over funding after the EU reduced its support.