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Shabaab's governor in Kismayo ordered the city's men to wage jihad against Somali and African Union forces in Mogadishu. The UN Security Council approves the expansion of the number of African Union troops in Somalia from 8,000 to 12,000.




Fifteen more people were killed during clashes between Shabaab fighters and Somali and African Union forces in Mogadishu. Puntland blamed Shabaab for the assassination of a court official in Bosaso. A US court sentenced a Somali pirate to 30 years in prison.




Mixed portraits of Oregon terrorism suspect




Twenty-five people, mostly civilians, were reported killed in clashes and mortar exchanges between Shabaab and African Union and Somali troops in Mogadishu over the weekend. The president of Uganda made a surprise visit to Mogadishu.




After thwarted attack, question is 'Why Portland?'




Suspect in Oregon bomb plot is called confused




Ten people were killed during fighting between Shabaab and Somali and African Union troops in the Bakara Market in Mogadishu. Shabaab recruited and trained 150 women in Kismayo to serve as soldiers.




Eighteen Somalis were killed during clashes between Shabaab and Somali and African Union forces in Mogadishu. Somalia's parliament approved the new cabinet formed by Prime Minister Mohammed.




A Somali teen's path to jihad




International jihadists use Karachi as hub




A Somali-American from Minneapolis who was helping the new prime minister was gunned down in Mogadishu. An African Union commander said 12,000 more troops are needed in Somalia.




A Somali official said that NGOs are providing aid to Shabaab. Six African Union soldiers were arrested for opening fire on civilians in Mogadishu. A US court convicted five Somalis of piracy.




The commander of African Union forces in Somalia apologized for the deaths of two civilians during mortar strikes that targeted Shabaab in Mogadishu. A British warship destroyed a pirate skiff off the coast of Somalia.




Somali piracy is a problem for the world




African Union troops reportedly killed two civilians in mortar attacks in Mogadishu; several others are in critical condition. Shabaab fighters in Hiran flogged a young man and woman for eloping.




High-seas piracy drama plays out in US courtroom




Terrorists posing as refugees in Yemen




Shabaab and the pro-government Ahlu Sunnah Wal Jama clashed in the Galgudud region; both sides claimed victory. Ethiopia released five Somali elders who were detained in Puntland several weeks ago.




British mercenaries hired to take on the Somali pirates




Guided by memories, mayor of war-torn Mogadishu sets out to rebuild the city