Famine will occur in parts of Somalia between October and December, the United Nations warned this week, as drought worsens and global food prices hit record highs. Somalia...Read more
MOGADISHU- The African Union Mission in Somalia [AMISOM] could again face backlash in the country after a difficult week following the latest closure of Halane Base Camp, which is used as the venue for the swearing-in of new MPs and presidential elections.
AMISOM, which has transitioned to African Union Transition Mission in Somalia [ATMIS], announced the closure of Halane Base Camp this week, in what coincides with the imminent swearing-in of MPs and possibly, choosing of new house leaders.
In a statement that ATMIS hasn't refuted, the mission announced the camp's...
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