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  • AMISOM Acting Force Commander and Somalia Military Chief hold security meeting in Mogadishu

    news AMISOM News, 06 Jan 2016 (il y a 4 ans )
    Somalia Chief of Defence Forces, Major General Mohamed Aden, and AMISOM Acting Force Commander, Major General Mohammedesha Zeyinu, yesterday held a security meeting at the Ministry of defence headquarters in Mogadishu. The closed door meeting focused on the state of security in the country and h...
  • US releases five Yemeni prisoners from Guantanamo

    news Al Jazeera, 16 Nov 2015 (il y a 4 ans )
    The US defence department has announced the release of five Yemeni men held at the Guantanamo Bay prison camp in Cuba. Al Jazeera Correspondent - Growing Up Guantanamo The group, who had spent more than a decade in Guantanamo, were transferred to the UAE, the Pentagon said in a statement publish...
  • Growing Tension In Beledweyne Town After UN Official Is Killed

    news AMISOM Daily Media Monitoring, 15 Nov 2015 (il y a 4 ans )
    Tension ran high in the central Somali town of Beledweyne after government troops shot dead a UN official in the town on Saturday, residents said on Sunday.Mahdi Hussein Shekhal, a field officer with the United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS) was killed after armed troops opened fire at his car ...
  • Yemeni refugees seek shelter in Djibouti

    news Oualid Khelifi/UNHCR - Aljazeera, 14 Nov 2015 (il y a 4 ans )
    Markazi refugee camp, Djibouti - As fighting intensifies in Yemen, over 120,000 people have fled since April. Around 30,000 of those have sought safety across the Gulf of Aden in Djibouti. Since late September, the population of Markazi camp near the Djiboutian coastal town of Obock has quadruple...
  • Puntland Government To Host Consultative Meeting In Seven Towns

    news AMISOM Daily Media Monitoring, 13 Nov 2015 (il y a 4 ans )
    The administration of Puntland State has said it will hold consultative meetings in seven towns to discuss the future of Somalia and the ways to hold election in 2016. The Federal government has in the past revealed that due to financial constraints, the consultative meeting cannot be held in all o...
  • Saudi-led coalition drops weapons for allies in Yemeni city

    news Reuters, 28 Oct 2015 (il y a 4 ans )
    Warplanes from a Saudi-led coalition bombed the Iran-allied Houthi movement across Yemen on Wednesday and dropped weapons to Islamist militias battling the group, a day after being accused of bombing the hospital of an international medical aid charity. The sorties showed the coalition was determ...
  • AMISOM Force Commander and SNA Chief of Defence Forces Pledge Stronger Partnership

    news AMISOM Daily Media Monitoring, 28 Oct 2015 (il y a 4 ans )
    The Force Commander of the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM), Lt. Gen. Jonathan Rono today met with the new Somali National Army (SNA) Chief of Defence Forces Maj. Gen. Mohamed Adan Ahmed, with discussions focussing on how to strengthen working relations between the two organizations they re...
  • Yemen conflict: MSF hospital destroyed by air strikes

    news BBC, 27 Oct 2015 (il y a 4 ans )
    The first, which occurred around 22:30 (19:30 GMT) on Monday, hit part of the facility in Saada province that was not being used, according to the charity. All staff and patients had been evacuated by the time the second strike hit about 10 minutes later. However, the Saudi-led coalition battling ...
  • Lack Of Funds Pushes Al-Shabaab Towards ISIL-Puntland

    news AMISOM Daily Media Monitoring, 27 Oct 2015 (il y a 4 ans )
    Funding crises have pushed Somali terror group, Al Shabaab to shift balance towards the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), Puntland Government in Northern Somalia claimed on Tuesday. The remarks come less than a week after key Al Shabaab ideologue Abdulkadir Mumin defected to Islamic State...
  • KDF Aids Illicit Sugar Trade In Kismayu, Says UN

    news AMISOM Daily Media Monitoring, 27 Oct 2015 (il y a 4 ans )
    The United Nations has once again accused Kenya of aiding a flourishing illicit sugar trade at the port of Kismayu in Somalia. UN Monitoring Group for Somalia and Eritrea, in its report released last Friday, said the trade is worth more than $800,000 (Sh81.8 million) annually. The report says this p...