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Somalia's security challenge
Friday, May 10, 2013
This week in London, leaders from fifty nations were on hand for a conference aimed at boosting political stability in Somalia. The summit concluded that the country has made significant progress but that there are still big challenges ahead.
Next, for the past four years, Madagscar's Andry Rajoelina has headed up the longest transition regime Africa has ever seen. However, after promising not to run in the election this summer, he has just thrown his hat into the ring.
Finally, you will get a delicious taste of the first local food festival in Senegal, “Afro Eats”.
The UN’s integrated mission in Somalia
US says it supports Somalia to ensure stable government
African Nations Urged to Tighten Security
- The Herald
Flash floods kill 7 children in S. Somalia
Nairobi to host Somalia trade forum
- The Star
Bensouda dismisses Kenya UN appeal to end Uhuru, Ruto cases
- Daily Nation
Up to 3,000 African peacekeepers killed in Somalia since 2007: U.N.
The new government in Mogadishu has yet to prove its mettle
- The Economist
AU envoy appeals for Somalia
- New Vision
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