Baidoa – The road connecting the south-west city of Baidoa to the Somali capital of Mogadishu is a dangerous one, often plagued by uncertainty and insecurity.
Mogadishu — Women are playing an increasingly high-profile role in bringing peace and security to Somalia, but more needs to be done to ensure their full inclusion and representation – that was one of the conclusions of a United Nations-backed gathering on the interlinkages among
Mogadishu – The power of art to inspire and transcend came under the spotlight today at Somalia’s first-ever human rights art competition, aimed at raising awareness about human rights and fostering dialogue and debate on issues of importance to Somalis.
New York – Following the Secretary-General’s strategic review of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Somalia (UNSOM), the Security Council today extended until 31 October 2024 the Mission’s mandate and tasks, as set out in resolutions 2158 (2014) and 2592 (2021).
Mogadishu – Marking the recent United Nations Day, the world body’s top officials in Somalia today reaffirmed its support for the Somali government and people as the country continues with its state- and peacebuilding efforts.
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