The U.N. special envoy to Somalia moved to Mogadishu on Tuesday for the first time in 17 years, signaling international support for a government fight against Islamist rebels’ preparations for the election this year. High –level officials from the united nation have been passed in Kenya capital of Nairobi since 1995 because of security concerns, although its political office for Somalia had few political officers in the capital Mogadishu. Al Qaeda- linked Alshabab militants withdraw from most of their passes in Mogadishu last august after sustained pressure from Somalia and African union troops, but violence still grips many parts of the country.
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