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Suicide bomber kills 9 in Mogadishu




More Minneapolis ties to Shabaab




UN Says Famine in Somalia Is Over, but Risks Remain




Red Cross banned from areas of Somalia under al-Shabaab control




Fear in Somali journalist community after killing




Navy wants commando 'mothership' in Middle East




Navy SEALs free 2 Western hostages in Somalia




Shabaab suicide bomber targets Ethiopian troops

Shabaab claimed a member of its "Martyrdom Brigades" killed 33 Ethiopian soldiers and officers in an attack in western Somalia.


British al Qaeda/Shaabab leader may have been killed after calling home




Threat Level Rising: How African Terrorist Groups Inspired by al-Qaeda Are Gaining Strength




British 'al-Qaida member' killed in US drone attack in Somalia




British Shabaab operative killed in airstrike in Somalia

Bilal al Berjawi, a British citizen of Lebanese origins, "was from the early people who came to jihad in Somalia." Shabaab said he was killed today in a US drone strike. He was second-in-command to slain al Qaeda leader Fazul Mohammed.


AQAP carries on after al-Awlaki




American fighter pictured with Shabaab commander identified

OH_site_FBI303.jpgThe Long War Journal has confirmed that Cabdulaahi Ahmed Faarax is the Shabaab fighter who has been seen with Omar Hammami. Faarax, who is from Minneapolis, was indicted by the US for terrorist activities in in October 2009.


American Shabaab fighter and commander pictured together

Abdullah-al-Amriki.jpgA previously unknown American called Abdullah al Amriki was recently pictured with Shabaab commander and fellow American Omar Hammami.


Suicide Attacks in Nigeria: Islamist Terror Network Gains Strength in Africa




Somali Islamists bolster positions around key town




The mutating al Qaeda threat




Shabaab leader recounts al Qaeda's role in Somalia in the 1990s

Saif al Adel, Sheikh Yusuf al Ayiri, and Sheikh Abu al Hasan al Sa'idi fought in the Battle of Mogadishu, according to Shabaab's emir.


Clampdown on Al-Shabaab opens corridors for relief flow