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Hargeysa, Somaliland, June 10, 2006 (SL Times), Somaliland government envoy for Southern Africa, Jawahir Mohamed Ali Sheikh Madar, discussed the issue of Somaliland with Rwandese Foreign minister Charles Murigande.
The Hague, Netherlands , June 08, 2006 – The Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO) has been following the situation in the Horn of Africa and is deeply concerned at the dramatically deteriorating situation in Somalia and its capital Mogadishu, as widely reported by international media in the recent period. UNPO
HARGEYSA, Somaliland, June 5, 2006 — Edna Adan Ismail may get angry when she reads this. In fact, she may pick up the phone and vent, berating anyone with the gall to suggest that this city sits inside Somalia.
Baidowa , Somalia , June 10, 2006 (SL Times) – Tensions are high in Baidowa following yesterday’s clashes between a local militia belonging to the Geledleh sub-clan and Majerteen troops deployed in and around Somalia ’s interim president Abdillahi Yusuf.
MOGADISHU, June 9, 2006--Sheikh Sherif Sheikh Ahmed, Chairman of the Somali Islamic Courts Union, today welcomed a dialogue with the United States, describing the Bush Administration's willingness to talk to them as Washington's "first step towards the right direction."
WASHINGTON, June 9, 2006 -- The United States will invite other nations to a strategy session next week on Somalia, where an Islamic militia group has routed U.S.-backed warlords and tightened its grip on the lawless nation.
NAIROBI, Jun 8, 2006 – Every morning at dawn, groups of Ethiopian and Somali migrants arrive on the desert outskirts of the Red Sea port of Bosasso in northeastern Somalia, ready to take the gamble of their lives.
WASHINGTON, June 5, 2006 — Muslim militias claimed Monday to have routed warlords allegedly backed by the United States after weeks of fighting for control of the Somali capital, Mogadishu, dealing a setback to U.S. efforts to contain the spread of militant Islam.
Terrorist groups linked to Al Qaeda may just have won a new foothold in the strategic Horn of Africa, as radical Islamist militias captured Somalia's capital, Mogadishu.
June 12, 2006
MORE than 1000 Islamist fighters were deployed to a strategic camp north of Mogadishu today, witnesses said, sparking fears of a new offensive against warlords.
June 11, 2006
SOMALIA'S transitional government has overnight deployed troops to its temporary seat northwest of the capital a day after clashes between rival forces killed at least seven people and wounded eight, officials said.
New York, USA, June 9, 2006 – Reacting to intensifying violence in Somalia, where Islamic forces were recently reported to have taken control of the capital, Mogadishu, after fierce battles with other groups, the United Nations Security Council today called on all concerned to comply with the arms embargo and avoid any further destabilization.
Mogadishu, Somalia, June 09, 2006 – Weary residents of Somalia's war-ravaged capital headed to Friday prayers, bolstered by a week of relative calm since an Islamic militia seized control of Mogadishu and tightened its grip on this lawless nation.