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Somali authorities arrested the suspected gunman who killed local journalist Abdisalan Sheik Hassan on Dec. 18. A prominent Shabaab leader known as Sheikh Muktar Abdirahman has vowed "not to give up" in the attempt to implement Sharia law in Somalia.




A resident of a refugee camp in Matabaan shot and killed three aid workers. Somali soldiers shot and killed a civilian in Mogadishu. The British government is considering providing direct military assistance to international troops fighting Shabaab in Somalia.




A possible rift among Shabaab fighters fractured the militia into smaller groups in the Bay and Bakool regions. Shabaab has threatened to kill at least two Somali Members of Parliament. Two Shabaab assassins were sent to Kenya to kill senior government officials.




Video: East Africa famine: Somali prime minister denies food shortage




Britain's new year resolution: intervene in Somalia




Jihadist releases new photos of American Shabaab leader




Kenyan fighter planes killed 11 people during airstrikes on Shabaab fighters in Hosingow near the southern border. Five people were killed during fighting in the Daynile district in Mogadishu.




Over 200 Djiboutian troops arrived in Mogadishu to join the African Union force. Residents of Kismayo, a Shabaab stronghold, are facing a severe food shortage. Officials warned that the Tanzania-Kenya border post of Namanga could be easily infiltrated by Shabaab.




Twitter Use by Shabab in Somalia Incites US




Shabaab fighters beheaded three men they accused of spying in the Lower Jubba region. Clashes between Ahlu Sunnah militiamen and armed government supporters in Galgudud province left at least 10 dead. A local journalist was killed in Mogadishu by a man in a Somali government uniform.




Mogadishu dares to dream of a new future as militants are driven from Somali capital




Somalia's Rebels Embrace Twitter as a Weapon




Shabaab fighters blocked two International Committee of the Red Cross convoys carrying emergency food aid. Aid worker sources said Shabaab wanted to check "the quality" of the food. The Somali Peace Alliance has welcomed Djiboutian peacekeeping forces to help stabilize Somalia.




Some remarkable facts about the 'US Strategy for Counterterrorism'




US focus to beat al-Qaeda shifting to Africa




US defence chief in Djibouti for counter-terrorism talks




US Terror Hearing Explores Use of Miranda Warning




Shabaab publishes IDs, information on slain Burundian soldiers




A nutritional center run by the Somali Red Crescent Society in the southern town of Bardera was hit by an airstrike. Shabaab fighters showed ID cards of eight slain Burundian peacekeepers to local media outlets. Turkey has expanded its aid to refugees in Mogadishu, and Bahrain broke ground for a hospital building there.




Fighter jets reportedly hit an Islamist militant stronghold in the heart of Bardhere town located in the Gedo region. Shabaab fighters fired anti-aircraft artillery at the fighter jets in response to the bombardment. Somali officials executed two convicted Shabaab fighters in Puntland.