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Somalia: Chronologie: Flüchtlingstragödien im Mittelmeer

Schwarzwälder Bote - ‎vor 10 Stunden‎
Oktober 2013: Mehr als 360 Flüchtlinge ertrinken bei Lampedusa. Ihr Boot fängt Feuer und kentert. Die Küstenwache kann 155 Menschen in Sicherheit bringen. Sie stammen überwiegend aus Somalia und Eritrea. Juni 2012: 54 Flüchtlinge sterben, als sie bei ...

Kenia will hunderttausende Flüchtlinge aus Somalia abschieben

Telepolis - ‎18.05.2016‎
Die Regierung will sich vor allem der Menschen aus Somalia entledigen, mit deren Abschiebung begonnen werden soll. Sie sagt, dass die Flüchtlingsstädte für al-Shabab eine Möglichkeit darstellen, neue Kämpfer zu rekrutieren und Anschläge in Kenia zu ...

21 Al-Shabaab-Terroristen in Somalia getötet

Kleine Zeitung - ‎25.05.2016‎
Kenias Militär hat nach eigenen Angaben 21 Mitglieder der islamistischen Terrormiliz Al-Shabaab im Nachbarland Somalia getötet. Die Terroristen sollen bei einer Schießerei mit den kenianischen Streitkräften am Dienstag ums Leben gekommen sein, wie ...

Somalia: Why the International Community Should Recognise Somaliland - ‎vor 1 Stunde‎
On May 18, I was invited to Somaliland to participate in celebrations of her independence from Somalia on May 18, 1991, after entering into a legally non-binding union with Somalia in 1960. The celebration displayed incredible colour, joy, pomp and ...

Somalia: National Consultation Forum Meeting Kicks Off in Mogadishu - ‎vor 1 Stunde‎
The President of the federal republic of Somalia has on officially opened the national consultation forum in Mogadishu on Sunday.

Somalia: Puntland caretaker Police Chief takes over following Bossaso shootout

Garowe Online - ‎vor 3 Stunden‎
GAROWE, Somalia-Newly-appointed interim Police Commissioner Abdulkadir Farah Shire (Ereg) has taken over from outgoing predecessor Abdirizak Mohamud Yusuf whom PuntlandPresident sacked on May 15 for deadly Bossaso shootout, Garowe Online ...

Colorado veteran honors friends lost in Somalia

The Denver Channel - ‎vor 22 Stunden‎
Lee Van Arsdale's backyard is a lot different than what he heard in the streets of Mogadishu, Somalia, 22 years ago. "There was firing going on almost from the first second we landed there,” Arsdale told Denver7 reporter Sally Mamdooh.

Why Africa Can't Afford to Give Up on Somalia's Peacekeeping Force Yet

Newsweek - ‎27.05.2016‎
AMISOM soldiers patrol in Mogadishu AMISOM soldiers patrol in the Somali capital Mogadishu, April 12, 2015. The 22,000-strong force plays a crucial role in maintaining security in Somalia, in the face of a looming threat from Al-Shabab. Mohamed ...

Ifrah Ahmed: helping Somalia's government end FGM

The Guardian - ‎27.05.2016‎
At 17 years old, Ifrah Ahmed left Somalia because of the war. With the help of medical professionals in Ireland, her new home, she came to terms with the horror of Female Genital Mutilation she underwent at eight years old.

Somalia Intends to Print Its Own Currency by Early Next Year

Bloomberg - ‎27.05.2016‎
The International Monetary Fund is helping Somalia print and circulate the currency, Bashir Issa Ali, governor of Somalia's central bank, said Friday in an interview in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi. Somali shillings currently in circulation aren't ...

Somalia is in full control of it's Airspace 'Minister'

Mareeg Media - ‎vor 3 Stunden‎
Ali Ahmed Jama “Jangali”, the minister of Somalia's transport and Civil Aviation has rebuffed reports of that the country's airspace is being managed in Kenya a foreign office.

Kenyan Troops Kill al-Shabaab Militants in Deadly Firefight in Somalia

VICE News - ‎25.05.2016‎
The Kenyan troops, which are in Somalia as part of an African Union (AU) deployment to defeat the hardline Islamist militant group, clashed with al-Shabaab fighters near the Kenyan border in the west of the country, according to a statement from Kenya ...

Somalia reaps rewards of Ankara's investment

Financial Times - ‎24.05.2016‎
Over the past five years, Turkey has committed $400m in aid to Somalia, according to government figures. The sum reflects its transformation from a net recipient of humanitarian aid to one of the world's biggest donors - a turning point reached in 2013.

IMF sets program to help Somalia rebuild from civil war

Daily Mail - ‎27.05.2016‎
The International Monetary Fund said Friday it would provide an oversight program for Somalia to help bolster the recovery of the country's war-devastated economy.

Kenya refugee camps: Somalia president warns against closure

BBC News - ‎25.05.2016‎
Somalia's president has called for "a better way" to bring home refugees from his country, with Kenya insisting that it will go ahead with its plan to close the world's largest refugee camp.

UN's top court to hear Kenya-Somalia border dispute

News24 - ‎26.05.2016‎
Kenya, which has had troops in southern Somalia since 2011, first as an invading force and then as part of an African Union peacekeeping mission, lays claim to a triangle of water stretching for more than 100 000 square kilometres that is also claimed ...

Planning minister voices Jordan's readiness to support development in Somalia

Geeska Afrika - ‎28.05.2016‎
MOGADISHU (HAN) May 27.2016. Public Diplomacy & Regional Security News. Minister of Planning and International Cooperation Imad Fakhoury voiced Jordan's readiness to provide all forms of support to development efforts in Somalia. A statement by the ...

Somalia: Children killed by unexploded ordnance in Lower Juba

Garowe Online - ‎28.05.2016‎
AFMADOW, Somalia-Two children have been killed after ordnance exploded in Lower Juba regional district of Afmadow on Friday.

Security Council concludes visit to Somalia; urges swift approval of electoral model

UN News Centre - ‎19.05.2016‎
19 May 2016 - The United Nations Security Council concluded a one-day visit to Somalia today by reaffirming its solidarity with the country's people and Government and reiterating its calls to the federal parliament to legalize the 2016 electoral model ...

Somalia Gets Its Turn At Green Energy and Green Jobs

Footprint to Africa - Business and Financial News (press release) (registration) (blog) - ‎vor 9 Stunden‎
Unemployment has been the major catalyst driving the poor socio-economic makeup of Somalia for decades. Thousands have been forced to leave their homes, in search of work and a better life.