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Africa Forces Surprise Many With Success in Subduing Somalia




With eye on militants, Israel builds Africa ties




Senior Shabaab leaders rumored killed in blast

Unconfirmed reports claim that Ahmad Godane Abu Zubayr, Shabaab's spiritual leader and Sheikh Hassan Dahir Aweys, a top commander, were killed in a massive blast in Afgoye.


Planes Are Flying Arms Into Somalia for Militants, Kenya Says




Shabaab claims American involved in Mogadishu suicide assault

Shabaab released an audiotape from Cabdi Salaam al Muhajir, who they claimed is an American citizen. Al Muhajir is one of two suicide bombers who attacked an African Union base in Mogadishu.


Somalia, Libya, Uganda: US military increases focus on militant threats from Africa




Kenya Says Western Nations Have Joined Somalia Fight




Shabaab claims killing of scores of African Union fighters in Mogadishu

Warning: The image shown is graphic. Shabaab displays the bodies of scores of men it claimed are African Union troops. The AU dismissed the claim as propaganda.


Police arrested a Somali and a Ugandan in Kisenyi on suspicion of plotting terror attacks. The Somali was identified as Abdula Mohammed.




A court sentenced two Ugandans linked to Shabaab to prison for their involvement in the July 2010 suicide attacked that killed 76 people in Kampala. Edris Nsubuga was sentenced to 25 years after admitting to planting the explosives; Muhamoud Mugisha was sentenced to five years for conspiracy.




Al Qaeda 2.0: What the next 10 years will bring




Somalia: Islamic militants threaten the English language




Somalia heads terrorism risk, South Sudan in top 5: survey




Eritrea planned massive bomb attack on African Union summit, UN says




Analysts: Somali war helped turn drought to famine




Al Qaeda's Yemen branch has aided Somalia militants, US says




Ugandan drones: this is how rumors get started




The US's overhyped provision of drones to Uganda and Burundi




Killing of embassy bombings mastermind deprives al Qaeda of key figure




Burundi peacekeepers in Somalia 'unpaid'


 
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