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Somalia sees rise in militant defectors who can aid spy service, but some carry out attacks




Somalia: Shabaab ousts traditional elders in favor of loyalists




Somalia's future relies on an army that does not yet exist




Former spy: Kenya mall attack 'could have been prevented'




Pirates use millions of dollars in ransom on drugs, prostitutes




US drones kill 2 Shabaab operatives in southern Somalia

A senior explosives expert was one of two Shabaab members killed in the airstrike. Today's drone strike is the second reported US raid this month targeting a top Shabaab leader.


Samantha Lewthwaite 'received British passport before going on run'




Norway's Somalis worry extremism is spreading




Why dozens of ethnic Somalis in Scandinavia are embracing jihad




Military rally, suicide attack highlight Shabaab's resilience in Somalia




Let's admit it, we overlooked and underestimated al Shabaab




Al-Shabaab hate video 'threatens prominent British Muslims'




Exclusive: U.N. Uncovers 'Credible' New al-Shabab Terror Plot




'White Widow' Lewthwaite 'Key' In Al Shabaab




Norwegian authorities looking for Westgate massacre suspect

The subject of the investigation is a Norwegian citizen of Somali origin who was allegedly involved in the planning and execution of the deadly attack at a Nairobi mall last month.


Extremist Group Gains Foothold Among Kenyans




Using new counterterror guidelines, US forces backed off in Somalia raid




US justifies Somalia raid under AUMF, which Obama seeks to repeal

The US Navy SEALs raid that targeted a Shabaab leader known as Ikrima was justified under the 2001 Authorization to Use Military Force. President Obama has called for the repeal of the AUMF, and support to do so is gaining in Congress.


U.S. target in Somalia: An inside story on an Al-Shabaab commander




US commando raids suggest future shape of counterterror bids