• Somalia's al-Shabab group vows comeback

    Somalia's al-Qaeda-linked rebel group, al-Shabab, has vowed to recapture all Somali territory that it lost in the past year during battles with government forces and African Union peacekeepers. In an exclusive interview with Al Jazeera conducted earlier this month, al-Shabab spokesman Sheikh Ali Dheere said the rebel group was not on the back foot despite the recent losses. "Al-Shabab leaving those towns only shows a change of tactics. We will not be finished. Somalia belongs to al-Shabab. The land and the people are ours. We will not leave our land because of an enemy," Ali Dheere said, adding that there was no chance of holding talks with the government.

    published: 24 Feb 2014
  • Somalia/Mogadishu International Port

    Our Albayrak Group commenced its activities with the construction sector in 1996, executed projects only within the construction sector until 1982 and in that year entered the personnel transportation sector. The Albayrak group, which achieved an expansion parallel to the growth of the national economy, had sustained Turkey with the group’s investments in new sectors. With over 20 corporations, the Albayrak Group is constantly growing and continuing its operations in 6 different sectors; construction, real estate investment, industry, logistics, service, news media and tourism. The Albayrak Group, which had arrived at this point by giving over 5000 people a job opportunity, is looking at the future of Turkey with an unshakeable trust. Our group had entered the logistics sector with the p...

    published: 30 Jun 2015
  • Militant Somalia: The Fight Against al Shabaab

    Subscribe to VICE News here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE-News Al Shabaab has been a threat to Somalia for almost a decade. In 2013, the group claimed responsibility for the Westgate Mall attacks in Nairobi, Kenya, where 67 people were killed. This signaled a shift in the scope of al Shabaab's tactics, which until this point had been focused within Somalia, where the group was in control of much of the country. Over the past few years, with help from the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM), many cities that were once al Shabaab strongholds were taken back by Somali forces. VICE News correspondent Simon Ostrovsky traveled to Somalia in the wake of AMISOM taking back the coastal city of Barawe — where Ikrima, the man believed to be behind the Westgate attacks, resided — to inves...

    published: 14 Nov 2014
  • Exclusive: Terror Group Wants Somalia Rid of Christians - CBN.com

    Somalia's Islamist terror group al Shabab wants to rid the Muslim country of all Christians and is specifically targeting Christian converts from Islam... The Christian Broadcasting Network CBN http://www.cbn.com

    published: 12 Apr 2012
  • Al-Shabab Takfiri group ‘seizes town in Somalia’

    Somalia’s militant group al-Shabab seized a town in the south of the country early on Friday after it was abandoned by the military and African Union-mandated (AMISOM) peacekeepers, residents said. The town of Leego, which lies about 130 km to the northwest of the capital, Mogadishu, is in Somalia’s lower Shabelle region, where al-Shabab last week killed at least 12 peacekeepers in one of the deadliest attacks on AMISOM. Farah Ahmed, a resident of Leego, told Reuters AMISOM and Somali military forces had pulled out of the town early on Friday. “That same minute, al-Shabab entered to control the town... The town is now calm and al-Shabab fighters are in every part of the town.” It was not immediately clear why the military and AMISOM had withdrawn from Leego. Al-Shabab is fighting to t...

    published: 05 Aug 2017
  • Emma and Somalia group

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  • Group described as the biggest threat to peace in Somalia

    Kazakhstani representative to the United Nations Kairat Umarov, has described Al-Shabab as the biggest threat to peace and security in Somalia. Despite an arms embargo on Somalia, a cache of firearms was discovered in the port of Kismayo. Investigations are underway to find its origin and destination. The militants are also said to receive support from neighboring countries like Eritrea. But the Somalia-Eritrea monitoring group says it found no links between the group and Eritrea. Umarov now says the region demands a peace keeping presence Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica

    published: 15 Apr 2017
  • Somalia national Interligence security agence SPL & Police Force ( compilation III)

    Over the last two years Somalia's Transitional Federal Government (TFG) and its foreign counterparts have been training the Alpha Group, an elite unit of Somalia’s national security forces capable of responding to any security crisis in the capital of Mogadishu. Credible sources in the government told Somalia Report that Somali President Sharif Sheikh Ahmed was behind the idea of creation of this elite unit to beef up the capability of the police and military units in responding to emergency situations, aid the police in special operations and investigations into areas abandoned by the al-Shabaab fighters, and to protect the security of the foreign diplomats coming to the capital. Some of the 300 forces who are former al-Shabaab fighters can identify the remnants of militants in the area...

    published: 29 Nov 2015
  • TecHnologY Team What'sapp group Best Tam office Somalia

    Welcome To YouTube Please subscribe Like Share What's app group link https://chat.whatsapp.com/8jKN7QNskWu06GPhdPTP8r

    published: 22 May 2017
  • What is going on in Somalia?

    Click here to visit our webpage: https://onepathnetwork.com/what-is-going-on-in-somalia/ Last Sunday saw one of the worst terrorist incidents in Somali history, with at least 300 people dead, and hundreds more that we may never confirm. Whilst no group has claimed responsibility for the attack yet, the Somali government has pointed to the al-Shabaab militant group, who have been trying to take control of the country since 2006. But the problems in Somalia aren’t limited to the increasingly devastating attacks by the group. That’s just another symptom of the deep political divisions that have devastated the region and its people for more than a century.

    published: 20 Oct 2017
  • Somalia international security team Compalition War III (Alfa group & Police Force)

    The national intelligence & security agence

    published: 17 Oct 2015
  • Quest for the online fifa world cup 26. Somalia. Group stage matches.

    Quest for the world cup 26. Somalia's turn. Like and sub :)

    published: 02 Feb 2016
  • Africa Today - Somalia and terror

    Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud has told a security conference in Germany that terrorist groups have trained in his country and that the African states need to be organized. President Mohamud admitted his country has been plagued by al-Shabab militants as well as corruption and political infighting and has only made limited progress in setting up a working political system. The presence of Boko Haram—the Takfiri terror group that has pledged allegiance to Daesh—adds a deadly dimension to an already alarming situation in Somalia. President Mohamud added, ‘The terrorists are so linked together, they are associated and so organized, (that) we the world we need to be so organized.’ But is this call for cooperation simply window dressing? Somalia has not had a functioning central admin...

    published: 04 Mar 2016
  • UPDF: Battle Group 23 Departs to Somalia

    Over 1000 UPDF soldiers will be departing to Somalia to beef up the AMISON forces that is there to in maintain peace and security . The team was flagged off this morning by the chief of Defense Forces, Gen. David Muhoozi at their peace and support training college in Singo. Sheila Tusiime Mugisha reports.

    published: 14 Jul 2017
  • U.S. military operation targets terror group in Somalia

    A U.S. attack targeted senior leaders of Al-Shabaab in southern Somalia, officials say. CNN's Elise Labott reports.

    published: 02 Sep 2014
  • Why My Wife and I Left Shabab in Somalia

    Somalia, like Syria, has groups fighting to establish Sharia'. However, sometimes the protectors become the jailers. OGN presents an in depth interview with a man and his wife who left Europe to join Shabab. Ultimately they left the group and share their story for the first time. 'No group is beyond error. However, are they willing to correct their ways?'

    published: 18 May 2017
  • Nabad Sugida Alfa Group Somalia National Army

    somalia national army nabad sugida

    published: 21 Sep 2013
  • Somalia: thousands of soldiers fan across Mogadishu as al-Shebab terror group threatens vote

    Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN [[INTRO]] Somalia's capital Mogadishu is in lockdown ahead of Wednesday's presidential election. Fears of violence by homegrown Islamic extremist group al-Shabab have already delayed the vote several times. Somalia hasn't had a fully functioning govt in 25 years. The country has been hampered by graft and corruption during decades of conflict. Many are worried that Wednesday's election won't be credible. Julia Kim [[SCRIPT]] Thousands of soldiers fan across the Somalian capital of Mogadishu... The Al-Qaida-linked al-Shabab group have threatened to disrupt Wednesday's vote, prompting police to close the airport, and weed out any potential suicide bomb...

    published: 07 Feb 2017
  • Ugandan Troops in Somalia

    Ugandan soldiers from Battle Group 9+, a contingent serving under the African Union Peacekeeping Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) on Saturday (18 May) completed their tour of duty and have begun returning home. The group is mostly made up of mostly reservists from the Ugandan People's Defence Force (UPDF) who were called back to service in April 2012 to join ranks in the fight against the Al Qaeda linked extremist group al Shabaab. Under the command of Colonel Stephen Mugerwa, Battle Group 9+ succeeded in pushing the al Shabaab insurgents out of Mogadishu and increasing the area of government operation by 120 kilometres from Masilah to Jowhar and Huriwa to Port Elman. SOUNDBITE (English) Col. Stephen Mugerwa, Battle Group 9+ Commander, AMISOM: "AMISOM is doing a good job because as pan-Af...

    published: 21 May 2013
  • ● somalia international security Team compalition war III ●《Alpha group & police force 》

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    published: 31 May 2017
  • Return To Somalia

    This summer a new documentary series will reveal the true story of life in Mogadishu by following three Somalis from the Diaspora returning home to the Somali capital. BUT we need your help; we are looking for contributors in the UK, North America and East Africa who are looking to relocate to Mogadishu this summer - if you think that might be you then get in touch with us at our website: http://www.returntosomalia.com/ Or through our Facebook or Twitter: https://www.facebook.com/returntosomalia https://twitter.com/returntosomalia !!NEW!! - Watch Nadifa Mohamed, our Associate Producer, talking about the Return to Somalia project on Universal TV.

    published: 08 Jun 2012
  • Interview with Rashid Abdi, Somalia Expert of the „International Crisis Group"

    What's next in Somalia? The mandate of the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) expires on 30 September. After the much discussed failure of the Transitional Federal Government, international efforts aim to redefine the contours of future engagement. On the occasion of the expert conference organized by the Heinrich Böll Foundation together with the Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (German Institute for International and Security Affairs) entitled "Germany in the UN Security Council: Challenges for Peacekeeping and Options for Political Engagement in Sudan and Somalia", we spoke with Rashid Abdi, International Crisis Group's Somalia Expert, about the political situation in Somalia and the role of the international community. Wie weiter in Somalia? Am 30. September läuft das Manda...

    published: 01 Jun 2011
  • Somalia's insurance market: Zurich Group acquires Malaysian unit

    Somalia is set to enjoy more insurance products as its first foreign owned firm, Malaysian Assurance Alliance hands over full ownership to Europe's Zurich Insurance. The Malaysian owned firm has been operating in the country for a year offering motor vehicle, health and marine insurance. For Somalis, the sale translates to cheaper policies and expansion to rural areas. Zurich Insurance is set to take full ownership of the company after the deal received regulatory approval, giving Europe's fifth-biggest insurer a foothold in the world's second largest Islamic insurance market.

    published: 05 May 2016
  • Ex-Blackwater Chief Turns Up In Somalia

    Erik Prince, the American founder of the private security firm Blackwater Worldwide, has cropped up at the center of a controversial scheme to establish a new mercenary force to crack down on piracy and terrorism in the war-torn East African country of Somalia.

    published: 28 Jan 2011
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Somalia's al-Shabab group vows comeback

Somalia's al-Shabab group vows comeback

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Somalia's al-Qaeda-linked rebel group, al-Shabab, has vowed to recapture all Somali territory that it lost in the past year during battles with government forces and African Union peacekeepers. In an exclusive interview with Al Jazeera conducted earlier this month, al-Shabab spokesman Sheikh Ali Dheere said the rebel group was not on the back foot despite the recent losses. "Al-Shabab leaving those towns only shows a change of tactics. We will not be finished. Somalia belongs to al-Shabab. The land and the people are ours. We will not leave our land because of an enemy," Ali Dheere said, adding that there was no chance of holding talks with the government.
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Somalia/Mogadishu International Port

Somalia/Mogadishu International Port

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Our Albayrak Group commenced its activities with the construction sector in 1996, executed projects only within the construction sector until 1982 and in that year entered the personnel transportation sector. The Albayrak group, which achieved an expansion parallel to the growth of the national economy, had sustained Turkey with the group’s investments in new sectors. With over 20 corporations, the Albayrak Group is constantly growing and continuing its operations in 6 different sectors; construction, real estate investment, industry, logistics, service, news media and tourism. The Albayrak Group, which had arrived at this point by giving over 5000 people a job opportunity, is looking at the future of Turkey with an unshakeable trust. Our group had entered the logistics sector with the personnel transportation in 1982, and became the leader of the sector within four years. Following the takeover of the management of the Trabzon Port in 2003, the Albayrak Group has made crucial contributions to the regional and national economy. A short while after this takeover, the handling capacity of the port had been raised from 3.9 million tons to 5 million tons through new investments and modernization studies. In the same manner, the Trabzon Port had reached 1,537,000 tons, in terms of handled material, and grabbed a slice of history with a 500% increase in container traffic. The Trabzon Port, which possesses a 1252-meter dock length, is providing continuous service in operations like; a 3-million-ton storage, a roll-on/roll-off access with 2000 vessel acceptance and a 250,000-passenger capacity, pouring, the port guidance of cargo and open transit materials, port location and clearance operations. The Albayrak Group is aiming to turn the Trabzon Port into the biggest port of the Black Sea Region with short and mid-term investments. The Albayrak Group continue to make its investments in the port sector that has an important position in the logistics field by means of taking over the 20-year-long management rights of the Mogadishu Port in Somali, which is the brother country of and has an important place for Turkey. With this new venture, the Albayrak Group is glad to acquire one of the ports in Eastern Africa, which carries great strategic importance, on 21 September 2014 with an agreement in the form of taking a share from 45% of the port’s revenue and giving the 55% share to the Somali government. In order to bring the port up to world standards, along with the equipment investments made for the port, before the takeover, and the placing of the Turkish management personnel that are experts in their related subjects, short and mid-term investments are also being planned. The port also became a new income source for the Somali citizens, in terms of new personnel being included in the working team. Our group, which is aiming for non-negligible developments in the development of the Somali economy that already has crucial resources, will be making an effort in installing new lines to the port, which will be serving vital international customers like MSC, SIMA TECH, CMA-CGM, and especially will be using its own past experiences in order to turn the port into a transit one.
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Militant Somalia: The Fight Against al Shabaab

Militant Somalia: The Fight Against al Shabaab

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Subscribe to VICE News here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE-News Al Shabaab has been a threat to Somalia for almost a decade. In 2013, the group claimed responsibility for the Westgate Mall attacks in Nairobi, Kenya, where 67 people were killed. This signaled a shift in the scope of al Shabaab's tactics, which until this point had been focused within Somalia, where the group was in control of much of the country. Over the past few years, with help from the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM), many cities that were once al Shabaab strongholds were taken back by Somali forces. VICE News correspondent Simon Ostrovsky traveled to Somalia in the wake of AMISOM taking back the coastal city of Barawe — where Ikrima, the man believed to be behind the Westgate attacks, resided — to investigate how al Shabaab evolved from a localized threat to a regional one. Check out "Land Wars: Ethiopia Accused of Massacring Civilians to Clear Way for Foreign Farms" - http://bit.ly/1sDLxoa Watch "Al Shabaab and the Rise of Jihad in Kenya" - http://bit.ly/14elf7P Check out the VICE News beta for more: http://vicenews.com Follow VICE News here: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vicenews Twitter: https://twitter.com/vicenews Tumblr: http://vicenews.tumblr.com/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/vicenews
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Exclusive: Terror Group Wants Somalia Rid of Christians - CBN.com

Exclusive: Terror Group Wants Somalia Rid of Christians - CBN.com

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Somalia's Islamist terror group al Shabab wants to rid the Muslim country of all Christians and is specifically targeting Christian converts from Islam... The Christian Broadcasting Network CBN http://www.cbn.com
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Al-Shabab Takfiri group ‘seizes town in Somalia’

Al-Shabab Takfiri group ‘seizes town in Somalia’

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Somalia’s militant group al-Shabab seized a town in the south of the country early on Friday after it was abandoned by the military and African Union-mandated (AMISOM) peacekeepers, residents said. The town of Leego, which lies about 130 km to the northwest of the capital, Mogadishu, is in Somalia’s lower Shabelle region, where al-Shabab last week killed at least 12 peacekeepers in one of the deadliest attacks on AMISOM. Farah Ahmed, a resident of Leego, told Reuters AMISOM and Somali military forces had pulled out of the town early on Friday. “That same minute, al-Shabab entered to control the town... The town is now calm and al-Shabab fighters are in every part of the town.” It was not immediately clear why the military and AMISOM had withdrawn from Leego. Al-Shabab is fighting to topple Somalia’s Western-backed central government. The group was ejected from Mogadishu in 2011 and has since been chased from most of its other strongholds across the country.
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Emma and Somalia group

Emma and Somalia group

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Group described as the biggest threat to peace in Somalia

Group described as the biggest threat to peace in Somalia

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Kazakhstani representative to the United Nations Kairat Umarov, has described Al-Shabab as the biggest threat to peace and security in Somalia. Despite an arms embargo on Somalia, a cache of firearms was discovered in the port of Kismayo. Investigations are underway to find its origin and destination. The militants are also said to receive support from neighboring countries like Eritrea. But the Somalia-Eritrea monitoring group says it found no links between the group and Eritrea. Umarov now says the region demands a peace keeping presence Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
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Somalia national Interligence security agence SPL & Police Force ( compilation III)

Somalia national Interligence security agence SPL & Police Force ( compilation III)

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Over the last two years Somalia's Transitional Federal Government (TFG) and its foreign counterparts have been training the Alpha Group, an elite unit of Somalia’s national security forces capable of responding to any security crisis in the capital of Mogadishu. Credible sources in the government told Somalia Report that Somali President Sharif Sheikh Ahmed was behind the idea of creation of this elite unit to beef up the capability of the police and military units in responding to emergency situations, aid the police in special operations and investigations into areas abandoned by the al-Shabaab fighters, and to protect the security of the foreign diplomats coming to the capital. Some of the 300 forces who are former al-Shabaab fighters can identify the remnants of militants in the areas of Elasha Biyaha, Bakara Market or throughout the capital. Many of its soldiers are also reported to be former Islamists or members of the Islamic Union courts (IUC) and also include some former Somalia’s national armed forces with insight into the people of the city. “The Somali government is moving slowly to recruit special security forces including former al-Shabaab defectors as well as some former Islamist members who were part of Islamic Courts Union's (ICU),” said a former Hisbul Islam fighter who asked to be remained unnamed. Alpha Group, a well-organized unit based near Aden Adde International Airport, operate to a higher standard and exhibit better discipline than other government soldiers who are often accused of looting the locals. They have sophisticated equipment and their faces remain covered when conducting operations in the capital. Source close to this Unit told Somalia Report that these forces receive a regular salary from a US government-contracted security company in Mogadishu, although the name of the company remains confidential. Ahmed Mo’alin Fiqi, the director of the Somali National Security Agency, manages the salary of this unit with the consultation of the concerned parties like including the president. The elite unit also carries out operations involving the detonation and removal of explosives, and searching for weapons and remnants of the al-Shabab fighters in those areas seized by the TFG. After the TFG forces seize land from the al-Shabaab, Alpha Group soldiers step in to ensure the area is safe for residents to return.
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TecHnologY Team What'sapp group Best Tam office Somalia

TecHnologY Team What'sapp group Best Tam office Somalia

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Welcome To YouTube Please subscribe Like Share What's app group link https://chat.whatsapp.com/8jKN7QNskWu06GPhdPTP8r
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What is going on in Somalia?

What is going on in Somalia?

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Click here to visit our webpage: https://onepathnetwork.com/what-is-going-on-in-somalia/ Last Sunday saw one of the worst terrorist incidents in Somali history, with at least 300 people dead, and hundreds more that we may never confirm. Whilst no group has claimed responsibility for the attack yet, the Somali government has pointed to the al-Shabaab militant group, who have been trying to take control of the country since 2006. But the problems in Somalia aren’t limited to the increasingly devastating attacks by the group. That’s just another symptom of the deep political divisions that have devastated the region and its people for more than a century.
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Somalia international security team Compalition War III (Alfa group &  Police Force)

Somalia international security team Compalition War III (Alfa group & Police Force)

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  • Updated: 17 Oct 2015
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The national intelligence & security agence
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Quest for the online fifa world cup 26. Somalia. Group stage matches.

Quest for the online fifa world cup 26. Somalia. Group stage matches.

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Quest for the world cup 26. Somalia's turn. Like and sub :)
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Africa Today - Somalia and terror

Africa Today - Somalia and terror

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Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud has told a security conference in Germany that terrorist groups have trained in his country and that the African states need to be organized. President Mohamud admitted his country has been plagued by al-Shabab militants as well as corruption and political infighting and has only made limited progress in setting up a working political system. The presence of Boko Haram—the Takfiri terror group that has pledged allegiance to Daesh—adds a deadly dimension to an already alarming situation in Somalia. President Mohamud added, ‘The terrorists are so linked together, they are associated and so organized, (that) we the world we need to be so organized.’ But is this call for cooperation simply window dressing? Somalia has not had a functioning central administration since civil war erupted a quarter of a century ago. How can a country in such dire straits bear the burden of even more Takfiri activities within its borders? Is it time for the rest of the African continent to do more to wipe out this terror threat before it becomes even more of a plague? Watch Live: http://www.presstv.ir/live.html Twitter: http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram: http://instagram.com/presstvchannel SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/videosptv
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UPDF: Battle Group 23 Departs to Somalia

UPDF: Battle Group 23 Departs to Somalia

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Over 1000 UPDF soldiers will be departing to Somalia to beef up the AMISON forces that is there to in maintain peace and security . The team was flagged off this morning by the chief of Defense Forces, Gen. David Muhoozi at their peace and support training college in Singo. Sheila Tusiime Mugisha reports.
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U.S. military operation targets terror group in Somalia

U.S. military operation targets terror group in Somalia

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A U.S. attack targeted senior leaders of Al-Shabaab in southern Somalia, officials say. CNN's Elise Labott reports.
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Why My Wife and I Left Shabab in Somalia

Why My Wife and I Left Shabab in Somalia

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Somalia, like Syria, has groups fighting to establish Sharia'. However, sometimes the protectors become the jailers. OGN presents an in depth interview with a man and his wife who left Europe to join Shabab. Ultimately they left the group and share their story for the first time. 'No group is beyond error. However, are they willing to correct their ways?'
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Nabad Sugida Alfa Group Somalia National Army

Nabad Sugida Alfa Group Somalia National Army

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  • Updated: 21 Sep 2013
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somalia national army nabad sugida
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Somalia: thousands of soldiers fan across Mogadishu as al-Shebab terror group threatens vote

Somalia: thousands of soldiers fan across Mogadishu as al-Shebab terror group threatens vote

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  • Updated: 07 Feb 2017
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Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN [[INTRO]] Somalia's capital Mogadishu is in lockdown ahead of Wednesday's presidential election. Fears of violence by homegrown Islamic extremist group al-Shabab have already delayed the vote several times. Somalia hasn't had a fully functioning govt in 25 years. The country has been hampered by graft and corruption during decades of conflict. Many are worried that Wednesday's election won't be credible. Julia Kim [[SCRIPT]] Thousands of soldiers fan across the Somalian capital of Mogadishu... The Al-Qaida-linked al-Shabab group have threatened to disrupt Wednesday's vote, prompting police to close the airport, and weed out any potential suicide bombers by imposing traffic restrictions and vehicle searches. Residents are skeptical these measures will prevent a terror attack 5. SOUNDBITE (Somali) Yahya Ismail, Mogadishu Resident: the security forces have closed all the roads to tighten the capital's security but it's not enough. I can see some security lapses and anything could happen But for some security fears are secondary to the accusations of vote-buying and systemic graft that's earned Somalia the dubious title of the most corrupt nation in the world, thats according to Transparency International. Somalia doesn't elect its leaders by popular vote. Instead 329 MPs, handpicked by the country's powerful clans, will decide which of the 22 candidates will become the next president. Elections in the aid-dependent nation of 12 million have already been delayed four times... As Mogadishu struggles to recover from a recent spate of al-Shebab attacks aimed at the govt... Wednesday's vote is being regarded as a key step to stability. SOT There is as well, i think, a purpose against Shebab to prove that whatever is happenogn on the battlefield, the large majority of the country - I'm not saying all the country - is willing to move in a certain direction. Incumbent President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud is said to have the edge but is in no way guaranteed to win a second five-year term. [[SUR-TITLE]] Somalia elections preview corruption security [[TITLE]] Somalia elections preview [[AUTHOR]] Julia Kim Visit our website: http://www.france24.com Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://f24.my/youtubeEN Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FRANCE24.English Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/France24_en
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Ugandan Troops in Somalia

Ugandan Troops in Somalia

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Ugandan soldiers from Battle Group 9+, a contingent serving under the African Union Peacekeeping Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) on Saturday (18 May) completed their tour of duty and have begun returning home. The group is mostly made up of mostly reservists from the Ugandan People's Defence Force (UPDF) who were called back to service in April 2012 to join ranks in the fight against the Al Qaeda linked extremist group al Shabaab. Under the command of Colonel Stephen Mugerwa, Battle Group 9+ succeeded in pushing the al Shabaab insurgents out of Mogadishu and increasing the area of government operation by 120 kilometres from Masilah to Jowhar and Huriwa to Port Elman. SOUNDBITE (English) Col. Stephen Mugerwa, Battle Group 9+ Commander, AMISOM: "AMISOM is doing a good job because as pan-Africans we have to assist, to come and intervene if your neighbour has a problem. You have to come to assist so that also your neighbour gets peace." After 13 months of service, these men and women are going back home to their lives as civilians, till the nation and the contingent calls on them next. The soldiers were awarded AU peacekeeping medals in a farewell ceremony held at Mogadishu International Airport and attended by Brigadier General Michael Ondoga, Ugandan Contingent Commander, and senior AMISOM officials. SOUNDBITE (English) Brig. Gen. Michael Ondoga, Ugandan Contingent Commander, AMISOM: "This Battle Group 9 +, the majority of the force is composed of reservists who had retired from the army very honourably and had gone home to do other things, also contribute to nation building in another way. We called them because most of them as you can see are still strong. We called them to come and also contribute to peace building here. They came and contrary to the expectations of many people who thought maybe because they had become civilians and now had lost military bearing, they will not be able to match up to the expectations. But surprisingly they have done very well." The peace and security that was established by Battle Group 9 + through its area of operations created conditions for infrastructure and economic development in a country that is recovering from 22 years of conflict. This stability and security saw local people begin to return to their homes from internally displaced camps (IDPs), the extension of free medical treatment, beginning of road repairs, provision of clean drinking water and the return of large scale farming. As Battle 9 + leaves Somalia, they are replaced by Group 11 +, the second batch of army reserves from the Ugandan Deference Force under the command of Colonel Hassan Kimbow, to help build on the peace and stability that their compatriots have achieved. AMISOM's ranks currently boast of troops from Sierra Leone, Burundi, Djibouti, Kenya as well as Uganda.
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● somalia international security Team compalition war III ●《Alpha group & police force 》

● somalia international security Team compalition war III ●《Alpha group & police force 》

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Return To Somalia

Return To Somalia

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This summer a new documentary series will reveal the true story of life in Mogadishu by following three Somalis from the Diaspora returning home to the Somali capital. BUT we need your help; we are looking for contributors in the UK, North America and East Africa who are looking to relocate to Mogadishu this summer - if you think that might be you then get in touch with us at our website: http://www.returntosomalia.com/ Or through our Facebook or Twitter: https://www.facebook.com/returntosomalia https://twitter.com/returntosomalia !!NEW!! - Watch Nadifa Mohamed, our Associate Producer, talking about the Return to Somalia project on Universal TV.
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Interview with Rashid Abdi, Somalia Expert of the „International Crisis Group"

Interview with Rashid Abdi, Somalia Expert of the „International Crisis Group"

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What's next in Somalia? The mandate of the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) expires on 30 September. After the much discussed failure of the Transitional Federal Government, international efforts aim to redefine the contours of future engagement. On the occasion of the expert conference organized by the Heinrich Böll Foundation together with the Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (German Institute for International and Security Affairs) entitled "Germany in the UN Security Council: Challenges for Peacekeeping and Options for Political Engagement in Sudan and Somalia", we spoke with Rashid Abdi, International Crisis Group's Somalia Expert, about the political situation in Somalia and the role of the international community. Wie weiter in Somalia? Am 30. September läuft das Mandat der Mission der Afrikanischen Union in Somalia (AMISOM) aus. Internationale Bemühungen sind nach dem vielfach so ausgelegten Scheitern der Übergangsregierung „Transitional Federal Government" darauf gerichtet, die Konturen des zukünftigen Engagements neu zu definieren . Anlässlich der von der Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung zusammen mit der Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik durchgeführten Fachtagung „Deutschland im VN-Sicherheitsrat: Herausforderungen für die Friedenssicherung und Optionen für ein politisches Engagement in Sudan und Somalia" sprachen wir mit Rashid Abdi, Somalia Experte der „International Crisis Group", über die politische Lage in Somalia und die Rolle der internationalen Gemeinschaft.
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Somalia's insurance market: Zurich Group acquires Malaysian unit

Somalia's insurance market: Zurich Group acquires Malaysian unit

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Somalia is set to enjoy more insurance products as its first foreign owned firm, Malaysian Assurance Alliance hands over full ownership to Europe's Zurich Insurance. The Malaysian owned firm has been operating in the country for a year offering motor vehicle, health and marine insurance. For Somalis, the sale translates to cheaper policies and expansion to rural areas. Zurich Insurance is set to take full ownership of the company after the deal received regulatory approval, giving Europe's fifth-biggest insurer a foothold in the world's second largest Islamic insurance market.
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Ex-Blackwater Chief Turns Up In Somalia

Ex-Blackwater Chief Turns Up In Somalia

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Erik Prince, the American founder of the private security firm Blackwater Worldwide, has cropped up at the center of a controversial scheme to establish a new mercenary force to crack down on piracy and terrorism in the war-torn East African country of Somalia.
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