Somali faction leader says government forces suffered heavy losses in fighting: BBC 29, Jun 2001"In order to attain peace, it is necessary that all parties should show willingness and complete readiness to seat together and ensure peace without precondition," they said.
Militiamen, Cops Battle in Somalia: More than 20 people, most of them civilians, were wounded in the fighting in south Mogadishu between faction leader Hussein Aidid's militia and the transitional government's police force, witnesses said. The forces used heavy machine guns and anti-tank rockets, terrifying civilians in the capital throughout the day. AP 28, Jun 2001
Shir Jaraa'id oo uu qabtay guddoomiyaha ururka RRA Dr. Xasan Maxamed Nuur (Shaati Guduud) Dagaal ka dhacay deegaanka marin gubay iyo Baraawe. Reeghay Times Juun 28, 2001
Ethiopia Says Hope for Lasting Peace in Somalia Still Exists: P. Daily 27 Jun 2001-Current Chairman of the SRRC Abdulahi Sheik Ismail said that Ethiopia is desirous to see peace and the establishment of a broad- based government in Somalia, expressing his respect and compassion to the Ethiopian government.
Somalia: Faction leader accuses government of carrying attacks: BBC 26 Jun 2001 -Mr Hilowle Iman Umar, [leader of council opposed to the interim government] has accused the Arta group [Transitional government of Somalia] of carrying continuous attacks in [Mogadishu's] Karan District estate, in an interview with Radio Banaadir.
Ethiopia: Minister meets Somali faction leaders, discuss reconciliation: Addis Ababa, 26 Jun 2001- Members of the Somali Reconciliation and Restoration Council (SRRC) are in Addis Ababa to consult with Ethiopian officials as part of the effort to reconcile the various factional groups in Somalia.
Somali Youths Campaign for AIDS CNN Mon 25 Jun 2001 MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) — Dozens of youths, protected by their own rifle-toting guards, braved conservative Somali society and armed militiamen on Monday to do something Somalis have never done before: attempt to raise public awareness about HIV/AIDS.
Ethiopian diplomats meet Somali leaders June 25 2001 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia - Somali faction leaders met with Ethiopian foreign ministry officials on Monday to discuss possible reconciliation talks with Somalia's year-old national transitional government.
Somali chief says Saudis undermining stability
June 25, 2001
Puntland Administration Gets Extension
June 25, 2001
Dhismo Dowlad Goboleedka Koofur Galbeed Soomaaliya oo si rasmi ah ugu furmay Magaalada Baydhabo Reeghay times Jun 22, 2001.
Two Suspects Arrested in Somalia MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) Jun 21,2001.
Somali Transitional Government Gives Financial And Military Support to Warlords in Kismayo Port City Email This Page Print This Page Bay Centre for Conflict Prevention (Kismayo City) PRESS RELEASE June 20, 2001
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