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Dozens reported dead after clashes between Somali soldiers and Al-Shabaab militants

Dozens of soldiers and insurgents were killed in two days of fighting between Somali government forces and Al-Shabaab militants northwest of the capital Mogadishu, a witness told Reuters on Friday.Somalia’s…

Mahdi Mohammed Hashi: US government removes Somali man convicted of aiding al-Shabaab

Mahdi Mohammed Hashi is among 39 Somali nationals who have been removed by US authorities, according to the US government, some of the Somali nationals have criminal histories and are…

Al-Shabaab member posing as Somali refugee convicted in the US

 Al-Shabaab suspect posing as a Somali refugee, Mohamed Abdirahman Osman, was sentenced last week to time served after previously pleading guilty to two felony counts of False Swearing in an…

Yumbis: Suspected Al-Shabaab militants attack police camp in Garissa

Armed men suspected to belong to terror group al-Shabaab have attacked Yumbis police camp in Garissa. According to reports, the militants attacked the camp on Wednesday, night July 22. The…

General Yusuf Rage: Somalia’s youngest army chief survives bomb attack

General Yusuf Rage, head of Somalia’s military has survived a terror attack in the capital Mogadishu. The attack on Monday, July 13 left one civilian dead when a suicide attacker…

Uasin Gishu: 2 terror suspects arrested by DCI, explosives recovered

Detectives from Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) and Anti-Terrorism Police Unit on Saturday, July 11 arrested two terror suspects in Chepkatet village in Uasin Gishu county. News of the arrest…

Over 5 people killed in separate Mogadishu, Baidoa bomb explosions

Somalia-based terror group Al-Shabaab has claimed responsibility for two bomb attacks that separately happened in the capital Mogadishu and in the South West State capital Baidoa. According to a statement…

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