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18 Oct 1996 description

This report includes: A) Burundi, Rwanda, Zaire and Tanzania B) Somalia C) Angola D) Afghanistan E) Commonwealth of Independent States: Chechnya, Tajikistan F) Former Yugoslavia

16 Oct 1996 description
report Voice of America

DATE=10/16/96
TYPE=CORRESPONDENT REPORT
NUMBER=2-204661
TITLE=SOMALIA CEASEFIRE REACT (L)
BYLINE=SCOTT STEARNS
DATELINE=NAIROBI
CONTENT=

16 Oct 1996 description

NAIROBI (Reuter) - Rival Somali faction leaders have ordered implementation of a peace deal forged in a week of secret talks on how to end the chaos in their country, officials said.

The agreement, one of many signed by Somali factions since the country disintegrated after the 1991 overthrow of dictator

15 Oct 1996 description
report Voice of America

DATE=10/15/96
TYPE=CORRESPONDENT REPORT
NUMBER=2-204629
TITLE=SOMALIA CEASEFIRE (L)
BYLINE=SCOTT STEARNS
DATELINE=NAIROBI
CONTENT=

10 Oct 1996 description

NAIROBI (Reuter) - Kenya's President Daniel arap Moi is hosting exploratory peace talks in Nairobi between rival Somali faction leaders, diplomats said Thursday.

They said major Mogadishu rivals Hussein Aideed and Ali Mahdi Mohamed arrived in Nairobi this week for the discussions
but the two men had not met face-to-face.

"I understand they are staggered exploratory talks hosted by President Moi. Aideed and Ali Mahdi are here and others will

09 Oct 1996 description

Ref: DHAGVA - 96/0412
1-30 September 1996

THIS REPORT HAS BEEN PREPARED BY THE OFFICE
OF THE UN HUMANITARIAN COORDINATOR AND RESIDENT

03 Oct 1996 description

"An open wound in the Horn of Africa"
Since it ceased to be a household name in the early 1990s, Somalia has slipped from public consciousness. The departure of UN forces in 1995 and the reduction of aid personnel led many people to believe that Somalia had returned to a state of near-normality.

30 Sep 1996 description
report Associated Press

MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) -- In a bid to boost the local economy and humanitarian relief efforts, faction leader Hussein Aidid agreed Monday to reopen an airport under his control.

25 Sep 1996 description
report Associated Press

NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) -- Heightening tensions on the Ethiopian-Somali border, Ethiopian soldiers exchanged fire with a Somali faction, U.N. officials said Wednesday.

The faction was trying to seize the border town of Dolo.

Hussein Ali, a spokesman for the Somali Muslim militant group Al-Itihad Al-Islam, said in Nairobi that the fighting Monday killed five Ethiopian soldiers and eight militants.

In August, Ethiopian troops seized Dolo, previously held by the Muslim group.

18 Sep 1996 description

MOGADISHU, Sept 18 (Reuter) - An American aid worker kidnapped by Somali gunmen in north Mogadishu left for Kenya on Wednesday after his captors said his abduction was a result of mistaken identity.

Daniel Suther, who was working for the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) was freed on Wednesday in the

17 Sep 1996 description

MOGADISHU, Sept 17 (Reuter) - Gunmen kidnapped an American working for the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) in the northern part of Somalia's capital on Tuesday, witnesses said.

They said the American, who was not identified, and his Somali driver were seized by more than eight gunmen who intercepted his vehicle on Sanaa road in northern Mogadishu and fired in the air.

The gunmen disarmed the American's two Somali guards and drove off with the driver and aid worker in their USAID four

11 Sep 1996 description

Update
14 August 96 - UNHCR has spent 13.8 million dollars on rehabilitation and integration projects in northwest Somalia since
1992, including construction of schools, repair of water facilities and rehabiliation of hospitals, to benefit returnees and local

10 Sep 1996 description
report Oxfam

The Oxfam Emergencies Report gives an overview of Oxfam's recent emergency work around the world, for use in
communications work. For further information on any of the emergencies outlined below, email Supporter Services on
Oxfam@oxfam.org.uk or phone +44 1865 313600.

08 Sep 1996 description
report The New York Times

By JAMES C. McKINLEY Jr.

OGADISHU, Somalia -- Ethiopian troops, tanks and helicopter gunships have crossed the border into western Somalia and attacked three towns, killing scores of people, a Somali Muslim fundamentalist faction charged Friday.

04 Sep 1996 description
report Associated Press

NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) -- The United Nations has opened talks with one of Somalia's most powerful warlords on a large-scale return of international aid agencies in the Somali capital.

01 Sep 1996 description

MOGADISHU (Sep 1, 1996 10:23 a.m. EDT) - Somali clan leader Hussein Aideed said on Sunday he would disarm other armed militias operating in the country.

Aideed, 33, was picked by supporters last week as chairman of clan alliance Somali National Alliance (SNA) founded by his late father, Mohamed Farah Aideed.

Speaking in his south Mogadishu stronghold at the final condolence ceremony for his father, he promised to defend Somalia from both internal and external enemies.

"My father resisted neocolonialism. We will continue that struggle," he said.

19 Aug 1996 description

U.S. AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
BUREAU FOR HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE (BHR)