Somalia: AMISOM troops conclude counter IED training in Arbiska

Forty Ugandan soldiers serving under the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) based in Arbiska, 30 km north west of Mogadishu have completed a five-weeks training aimed at enhancing their capacity to counter the threat posed by Improvised Explosive Devices Read More …

Libya: Criminal Investigation Department concludes training program on removing IEDs

The Training and Development Office of the Criminal Investigation Department in the Central Region held a closing ceremony for the training program for the capacity building in the field of removing explosive devices. The program had been implemented within the Read More …

Somalia: AMISOM conducts security sector training for troops in Kismayo

The African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) has concluded a two-day training on International Humanitarian Law, Human Rights and Gender for AMISOM, Somalia National Army (SNA) and Jubbaland forces. The training in Kismayo, the administrative capital of Jubbaland State, was Read More …

NATO Determined to Assist Afghanistan Towards Lasting Peace

This is a historic moment for Afghanistan as Afghans prepare to determine the future of their country through intra-Afghan negotiations. The Afghan people and the world are watching with hope and expectation that, after decades of conflict, peace is within Read More …

Exclusive Video of Kenya’s Bomb Squad at Risky Training

The United Kingdom (UK) and Kenya Counter-Improvised Explosive Device (C-IED) training programme has returned to the Humanitarian Peace Support School (HPSS) in Nairobi following a five-month disruption due to Covid-19. British High Commissioner to Kenya Jane Marriott visited the UK-supported Read More …

In Burkina Faso, US Troops Train Local Soldiers

The United States’s military involvement in Burkina Faso is opaque. Even diplomats and military officials from other countries who are based in Burkina Faso told the Mail & Guardian that they have little knowledge of what exactly is happening on Read More …

Security And Stability: The Kenya-UK Partnership

In 1934, American psychologist Abraham Maslow published his ‘hierarchy of needs’. During his lifetime he lived through the Great War, the Spanish Influenza, which killed roughly 50 million people globally, the crash of stock markets in 1929, the Great Depression Read More …

Civilian Killed in Attack on Turkey Military Training Center in Somalia

One person was killed, and two others were injured after a suicide bomber blew himself up near the Turkey-Somalia military training academy in Mogadishu on Tuesday, witnesses and officials say. The incident occurred outside a primary school supported by the academy, according to witnesses. Read More …