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Pacifying Somalia: Taking stock of UPDF's...

The key installations secured by AMISOM's UPDF personnel include Somalia's parliament, Mogadishu Seaport, Aden Abdulle International Airport and the Mogadishu...

UPDF resumes deployment to Somalia

Uganda was the first country to send soldiers to Somalia, spearheading the AMISOM in March 2007, to fight the a-Shabaab insurgents.

UN awards 600 UPDF soldiers with medals

AMISOM | The United Nations (UN) has awarded 600 Uganda People's Defence Forces (UPDF) soldiers with medals in recognition of their contribution to...

UPDF captain collapses, dies in Somalia

A lawyer by profession, Bagonza has been a legal officer in the UPDF.

UPDF captain collapses, dies in Somalia

A Uganda People's Defence Forces (UPDF) soldier at the rank of a captain has collapsed and died while on duty in Somalia. Capt. Frederick Lubowa Bagonza,...

AMISOM dedicated to fighting against terrorist,...

“Our mission here is to degrade Al-Shabaab and bring peace to Somalia. While we have all protocols to deal with Covid-19, we are very ready to ensure that...

AMISOM meets to strengthen financial management...

The high-level meeting to discuss mechanisms to strengthen financial management and accountability is being held in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi.

AMISOM commanders review operations

Lt. Gen. Tigabu Yilma Wondimhunegn, the AMISOM Force Commander, attributed the success in operations to enhanced coordination between AMISOM, Somali Security...

Somalia is making progress: Transition plan...

The Somalia Transition Plan is a comprehensive guide developed by the Federal Government of Somalia and its partners to the transfer of security responsibility...

Over 100 former Al-Shabaab combatants graduate...

The programme contributes to the long-term stabilisation of Somalia by promoting defections of Al-Shabaab combatants and reintegration of disengaged combatants...

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