Same thing goes for Somaliland and Puntland - two autonomous regions of Somalia that have been around since the late 90s. It's been about 40 years since "Northern Cyprus" was created and there is no DXCC entity for that either.
Puntland has never declared independence. It has gained greater autonomy in Somalia, but hasn't tried for international recognition as a separate country. I remember seeing a 60 minutes program on Somaliland back in 1998 or 1999. The US refused to recognize it as they didn't want to encourage African nations to split up. This was the same time we were sending troops to the Balkans to help force Yugoslavia to break up-can you say double standard?
Most of the recent Somalia operations (using the 6O prefix) have actually be licensed in and operate from Somaliland. The ARRL does recognize that licensing as good enough to count for Somalia.
Somalia has a legal limit of 3 KW and is the only region 1 country to allow operation on 222 and 902mhz. I would think one would be pretty popular on 222mhz EME from there.