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Press Statement by the European Union Special Envoy, Michele Cervone d'Urso on attack targeted at the Presidential Palace in Mogadishu, Somalia

Statement by the European Union Special Envoy, Michele Cervone d'Urso on attack targeted at the Presidential Palace in Mogadishu, Somalia

10/07/2014

European Union Special Envoy, Michele Cervone d'Urso, condemned last night's terrorist attack on Villa Somalia and expressed his sympathy with the victims and their families. The Somali security forces and AMISOM forces responded swiftly and courageously.

Press release: EU Special Envoy to Somalia condemns the killing of Somali MP Mohammed Mohamud Hayd in Mogadishu



03/07/2014

The EU Special Envoy to Somalia, Michele Cervone d'Urso, condemns today's brutal murder of the Somali Member of Federal Parliament, Honourable Mohammed Mohamud Hayd, in Mogadishu and extends his sincere condolences to his family, friends and colleagues in the Parliament. He calls on Somali authorities to bring to justice those responsible without delay.

Long Forgotten Uranium Bonanza Rediscovered, Kilimanjaro Unleashes Somalia Uranium Exploration Initiative

BELIZE CITY, BELIZE--(Marketwired - April 15, 2014) - The directors and management of Kilimanjaro Capital (GXG:KCAP)(OTC PINK:KIMJF) are pleased to provide an update on the Company's evolving interests in Somalia where Kilimanjaro Capital currently has a 5% earn in interest in the 1,161,400 acres Amsas-Coriole-Afgoi (ACA) Block.

It is all but forgotten that prior to the 1991 civil war, Somalia was one of Africa's largest suppliers of uranium with tons of proven reserves and even more undiscovered. Somali uranium powered Iraq's infamous nuclear program. Brazilian, UAE, American, and Italian companies scrambled for concessions and had big plans for the region including US major Westinghouse. Then the civil war broke out in 1991, the Ministry of Mines and its records were destroyed and all traces of uranium mining disappeared. US State Department declassified documents indicate the disastrous "Black Hawk Down" Mogadishu intervention in 1993 may also have been intended to secure uranium resources from falling into the wrong hands.

DP World works to battle maritime piracy at its source

Dubai
DP World Group  Ali Mohamed Gedi ,Mohammed Sharaf,Mahash Saeed Alhamel,Yusuf Moallim Amin,Theodore Karasi,
Institute for Near East
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UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs
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International Security Cooperation Department
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Gulf Military Analysis
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Institute for Near East and Gulf Military Analysis

VIP panel of public and private Somali experts gather to share ideas and action to rebuild Somalia.

How to support Somalia to build its economy, attract international investment and create jobs and a future for its young people as an alternative to taking to sea as pirates was the focus of a high level meeting of public and private sector experts on Somalia brought together by DP World in Dubai yesterday.