- ticket title
- Fighting Rages as Libya Force Pushes Toward Key Western City
- Fractured Tunisian Parliament Moves Toward Agreement on PM
- Merkel Stresses That Europe Has An Interest In Preventing The Escalation Of The Conflict In Libya
- The German Chancellor And The Chinese President Discuss Implementing The Outputs Of The Berlin Conference On Libya
- Chad’s Foreign Minister: The Spread Of Arms And The Worsening Situation In The Sahel Have Been Caused By The Libyan Crisis
4 Feb 2015
The seaport in Mogadishu, Somalia, bustles with business as trucks arrive to offload ships of their cargo. Credit: UN Photo/Tobin Jones
2015 will be decisive in whether and how Somalia can become a unified, peaceful and federal state, a UN special envoy for the country has said.
Members of the Security Council heard a briefing on Wednesday regarding recent developments on the ground.
The Horn of Africa country remains one of the most dangerous places on the globe as it struggles to emerge from over two decades of war.
Jocelyne Sambira has the story.