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Medien in Somalia von Regierung und Terrormiliz bedroht

derStandard.at - ‎03.05.2016‎
Nairobi – Zum internationalen Tag der Pressefreiheit hat eine Menschenrechtsorganisation die vermehrten Angriffe auf Journalisten in Somalia angeprangert. Die Einschüchterung von Journalisten und Gewalt gegen Pressevertreter seien in dem Land am ...
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Europarat: Junge Frau aus Somalia muss 16 Monate in Flüchtlinsgslager ...

ZEIT ONLINE - ‎03.05.2016‎
Straßburg (AFP) Der Europäische Gerichtshof für Menschenrechte (EGMR) hat einer jungen Frau aus Somalia Recht gegeben, die auf Malta mehr als 16 Monate lang unter verheerenden Umständen in einem Flüchtlingslager ausharren musste. Malta habe ...
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Keine Pflichtverletzung der Bundesrepublik Deutschland wegen Luftangriff der ...

Neue Juristische Wochenschrift - ‎27.04.2016‎
Der Vater des Klägers wurde ziviles Opfer eines Luftangriffs der USA auf die im Südosten Somalias aktive Terrororganisation al-Shabaab. Der Kläger wirft der Beklagten vor, nicht alles ihr Mögliche getan zu haben, den Luftangriff und so den Tod des ...

Triumph des Informellen in Somalia: Ziegenfleisch und Tee in der ...

Neue Zürcher Zeitung - ‎21.04.2016‎
Am gefährlichsten wird es dann im Umkreis der «Villa Somalia», dem Regierungssitz in einem strahlend weissen, italienischen Kolonialbau über dem Indischen Ozean. Vor zwei Jahren wäre sie einmal beinahe von Shabab-Terroristen erstürmt worden.

Mindestens 16 Tote bei Al-Shabaab-Angriff auf Armeestützpunkt in Somalia

derStandard.at - ‎26.04.2016‎
Mogadischu – Bei einem Angriff auf einen Stützpunkt der Armee im Südwesten Somalias hat die islamistische Terrormiliz Al-Shabaab mindestens sechs Soldaten getötet. Bei Gefechten am Dienstag sollen auch zehn Kämpfer der Miliz getötet worden sein, ...

30 Verletzte bei Einsturz einer Moschee in Somalia

Salzburger Nachrichten - ‎29.04.2016‎
Beim Einsturz einer Moschee in der somalischen Hauptstadt Mogadischu sind mindestens 30 Menschen verletzt worden. Zum Freitagsgebet sollen sich offiziellen Angaben zufolge mindestens 200 Menschen in dem Gebäude aufgehalten haben.

UK starts deploying troops to South Sudan, Somalia

Sudan Tribune - ‎vor 21 Stunden‎
An advance party of 10 soldiers will support the African Union peacekeeping efforts against the al-Shabab militant group in Somalia, Presstv reported. The UK Defense Secretary, Michael Fallon said the deployment of the troops was “another demonstration ...
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Somalia claims destruction of ISIS training camp

Horseed Media - ‎vor 10 Stunden‎
Somali commandos have destroyed an Islamic State training camp in a raid in Southern Somalia, the Somali army has said. The ground operation took place in the town of Janale, which is some 90km (55 miles) south-west of the capital, Mogadishu earlier ...

Somalia President fires Chief Justice

Garowe Online - ‎vor 10 Stunden‎
MOGADISHU, Somalia-Federal Government of Somalia's (FGS) President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud has fired the head of the country's Supreme Court Aidid Abdullahi Ilkahanaf by a decree on Wednesday, Garowe Online reports.

Kenya Announces to Increase Number of Consulate in Somalia

AllAfrica.com - ‎vor 19 Stunden‎
Speaking to the media in Mogadishu Kenyan ambassador to Somalia LukasTumbo has said his country will open consulates in the cities of Kismayo,Garowe, Baidoa and Hargeysa to serve Kenyan nationals working in Somalia. Ambassador Tumbo revealed ...
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First British troops arrive in Somalia as part of UN mission

The Guardian - ‎02.05.2016‎
British troops have arrived in Somalia as part of efforts to tackle the threat from Islamist militants. The military personnel, the first of up to 70 due to be deployed there this year, are part of a UN peacekeeping mission to counter the extremist ...
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Security Council to make Somalia visit ahead of vote

New Vision - ‎03.05.2016‎
The UN Security Council will travel to Somalia this month to show support for elections scheduled in August, Egypt's UN Ambassador and this month's council president, Amr Aboulatta, said Monday.
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Somalia: Journalists Under Attack

Human Rights Watch - ‎02.05.2016‎
The 74-page report, “'Like Fish in Poisonous Waters': Attacks on Media Freedom in Somalia,” documents killings, threats, and arbitrary detention of journalists since 2014.

A first for Somalia: New report on the state of media freedom in the country ...

Mail & Guardian Africa - ‎03.05.2016‎
These high figures are because the media in Somalia is being attacked from all sides; the government, the interim regional administrations, and Al-Shabaab have all sought to manipulate the media to shape public opinion and enhance their power at a ...
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Nauru refugee Hodan Yasin, from Somalia, who set herself on fire in critical ...

Daily Mail - ‎02.05.2016‎
A Somali woman named Hodan Yasin, 21, has become the second refugee to set herself on fire at Nauru just days after a fellow refugee died from self-inflicted burns.
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World Press Freedom Day: How reporters risk death in Somalia

Daily Maverick - ‎02.05.2016‎
Somalia is the worst place in Africa, and one of the worst places in the world, to be a journalist. On World Press Freedom Day, a new Human Rights Watch report looks at why it is so hard to report from there - and speaks to the people who do it anyway.

UK at war? SAS in Syria, 25000 ISIS dead, British troops in Somalia & anti-chem ...

RT - ‎03.05.2016‎
Syria's not the only place seeing new troops from Britain. A detachment of UK personnel has arrived in Somalia to lead a training mission.
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Somalia mosque collapses kills 15 in Mogadishu

BBC News - ‎30.04.2016‎
It happened during Friday prayers as the building, in the capital Mogadishu, was packed with worshippers. Hundreds of people are reported to have been inside the building when it collapsed and some are still believed to be trapped under the rubble.

UK Joins Western-Backed Intervention in Somalia

teleSUR English - ‎02.05.2016‎
A group of British soldiers have been deployed in Somalia in what the United Kingdom government says is part of its efforts to counter terrorism, a justification that Western governments have repeatedly used to launch interventions in the region, The ...

Somalia: “pirates” or struggling fishermen?

Mareeg Media - ‎03.05.2016‎
Ahmedou Ould-Abdallah, the UN envoy for Somalia, says the practice helps fuel the eighteen-year-old civil war in Somalia, as companies pay Somali government ministers and/or militia leaders to dump their waste. “There is no government control . . . and ...
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