Govt Offensive Aims to Retake Mogadishu
Garowe Online, 22 May 2009
Somali government forces and allied militias attacked rebel positions in the capital Mogadishu Friday morning in a bid to retake control of the capital, Radio Garowe reports. Read more »
Suicide Bomber Kills 10 in Mogadishu
Garowe Online, 24 May 2009
At least 10 people were killed Sunday including six government soldiers in the Somali capital Mogadishu when a suicide bomber targeted a military installation, Radio Garowe… Read more »
U.S. Reviews Strategy on Country's Crisis
America.gov, 21 May 2009
In Somalia, the U.S. government is determined to support the policy of political reconciliation spearheaded by the beleaguered Transitional Federal Government (TFG), Assistant… Read more »
Suicide Bomber Kills Two in Mogadishu
Shabelle, 24 May 2009
At least two people including a Somali government soldier has been killed and three others have been injured after suicide bomber targeted a base of government soldiers in the… Read more »
Situation Difficult, But Not 'Hopeless,' Says Top UN Envoy
UN News, 22 May 2009
The top United Nations envoy to Somalia today characterized the situation in the Horn of Africa nation as "very difficult but not hopeless," as news media reported fresh outbreaks… Read more »
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