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Pentagon aims to be proactive in countering terror threat in Africa




Shabaab leader Sheikh Abu Zubayr released a statement in which he vowed to impose sharia law in Somalia. Shabaab commanders in Galgadud are forcing businessmen to fund operations. A Shabaab commander in Jowhar vowed to fight Somali and AMISOM forces.




Rewards for Justice releases wanted poster for Shabaab leaders




Security forces detained 10 Shabaab fighters in Mogadishu. Five people were wounded in yesterday's suicide attack in Afgoye. Three people were wounded in a bombing at a market in Mogadishu.




A Shabaab suicide bomber detonated a car packed with explosives on a base in Afgoye; casualties have not been disclosed. Shabaab claimed the attack and said "more than 200 TFG intelligence personnel & troops" had gathered on the base.




Obama Admits US Is Fighting Al Qaeda in Somalia and Yemen




More Shabab militants defect to join Somali forces




US declassifying counterterror campaigns in Yemen and Somalia; no mention of drones




Shabaab launched attacks on Ethiopian and Somali bases in Yurkut. Shabaab claims it ambushed Sierra Leonean troops that were traveling between Baidoa and Luuq; the troops are replacing Ethiopian forces in the area.




US expands secret intelligence operations in Africa




Ethiopian soldiers and Somali militias abandoned the towns of Mahas and Wabho in the Gedo region; Shabaab has retaken control of the towns and arrested seven people. The government claimed it defeated a Shabaab attack in Qoqani; Shabaab claimed it killed six Kenyan and five Somali soldiers.




Pakistan - Al Qaeda battleground




Shabaab forces attacked pro-government militias in Qoqani. Shabaab arrested four people linked to the government and Ethiopian forces in El Bur. A pro-government militia in Dhusamareb beat and arrested two journalists.




Kenyan minister George Saitoti's death in helicopter crash fuels terrorism fears




Shabaab beheaded two young boys in El Bur, just one day after Ethiopian and Somali troops abandoned the town. The US may sanction Somali leaders who block the political roadmap.




US threatens sanctions on Somalis who block peace plan




Shabaab retook control of El Bur after Ethiopian and Somali forces withdrew from the town. Pirates released a Greek owned ship after receiving a $4 million ransom.




Hope of a new dawn in Somalia as hundreds flee Islamists' ranks




Al Qaeda Offshoot Offers Camels for Obama's Head, Hens for Hillary Clinton's




The Kenya Defense Force said that it will not negotiate with Shabaab to release two government employees who were kidnapped in Somalia. Prime Minister Mohammed denied that the government cannot account for more than $130 million in foreign aid.