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

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African Union Mission in Somalia (Sonstige)
Beginn: 01/07

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United Nations Assistance Mission in Somalia (UN-Peacebuilding)
Beginn: 06/13

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Somalia's former prime minister nominated to post again (17.12.2014)

Somalia's president nominated a former government chief, Omar Abdirashid Ali Sharmarke, on Wednesday to become prime minister again, hoping to end a period of political turmoil during which two men have been pushed out of the job in less than a year.

Somalia PM Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed to resign after parliament vote (06.12.2014)

Somalia's Prime Minister, Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed, has accepted a parliament vote asking him to resign. In a session on Saturday, 153 members voted to oust Mr Ahmed, with 80 voting for him to stay. Correspondents say the vote is part of a political battle between Mr Ahmed and President Hassan Sheikh...

EU seeks to train 1 200 Somali National Army officers in 2015 (04.12.2014)

The European Union Training Mission in Somalia (EUTM Somalia) says it aims to train 1 200 Somali National Army (SNA) non-commissioned Officers (NCOs), junior Officers, specialists and military instructors in 2015 as part of internationally-backed capacity building programme for Somali security...

Bomb blast hits UN convoy in Mogadishu; 3 dead (03.12.2014)

A suicide bomber rammed his vehicle into a U.N. convoy near Mogadishu's airport on Wednesday, killing three people, Somali police said.

Al-Shabab regrouping along Kenya-Somali border (03.12.2014)

Pushed out of its former strongholds, militant group al-Shabab has been moving lots of men and equipment into southern Somalia, especially Lower Juba and Gedo, the two regions that border Kenya.

AMISOM undertakes new role in Somalia (03.12.2014)

The UN-sanctioned military mission to Somalia, known as AMISOM, is taking on a new role after freeing much of the country from al-Shabab control.

Somalia militants divide Kenya miners by religion, then begin killing (02.12.2014)

According to the Kenyan authorities, the militants killed 36 people, most of them young men. … In Kenya, the Shabab have now become the enemy everyone fears. … Kenya has become the prime target, especially the loosely governed north, where the quarry and bus attacks took place: a vast, arid,...