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Somalia IS leader was 'financier' for deadly Kabul bombing

The New Arab 05 Feb 2023
Notorious Islamic State group (IS) leader Bilal al-Sudani was behind the deadly bombing at Kabul airport in August 2021, according to US intelligence. Al-Sudani is believed to ... Al-Sudani rose to prominence within Al-Shabaab, a Somalia-based militant group affiliated with Al-Qaeda.
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Airstrike Foils Al-Shabaab Car Bombs in Central Somalia

All Africa 04 Feb 2023
Harardhere -- A suspected US airstrike destroyed a would-be suicide car bomb in central Somalia on Friday, an official said ....
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Arthur Cyr: U.S. special operations forces strike in Africa

Sturgis Journal 04 Feb 2023
Somali National Army troops were engaged in heavy combat there with the terrorist movement al-Sbabaab, based in Somalia. Previously, a decade ago, Sudani was involved in recruiting and training members of al-Shabaab ... Al-Shabaab was formed around December 2006, from the shifting formations of extreme, essentially truly insane, terrorist groups.
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A Joyful Noise: Persecution Lives On

The News Banner 04 Feb 2023
Learn more at opendoors.org. 1. North Korea. North Korea remains a brutally hostile place for Christians to live ... 2. Somalia ... The group al-Shabaab has repeatedly committed to eradicate Christians from the country ... Islamic extremist groups such as al-Qaeda and so-called Islamic State threaten so-called “apostates” with death if they do not return to Islam.
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Inside Villa Somalia: 72 hours with the president of ‘the most dangerous country in the world’

The Observer 03 Feb 2023
On another occasion, terrorists belonging to al-Shabaab, al-Qaida’s richest and most lethal affiliate, which controls much of the country, blew up a car at the gates of Villa Somalia ... Re-elected in May, Mohamud is, according to his own intelligence agency, al-Shabaab’s “No 1 target” once more ... Mohamud at an anti-al-Shabaab rally on 12 January.
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Somalia summit vows 'final push' against Al-Shabaab

The New Arab 02 Feb 2023
The leaders of Somalia and neighbouring countries vowed at a summit on Wednesday to "make the final push" against Al-Shabaab as a wide-ranging offensive against the militants gathers pace ... But Al-Shabaab still control parts of the countryside from where they have carried out numerous retaliatory attacks both in Somalia and in neighbouring countries.
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Somalia's neighbours to launch new operations against al Shabaab militants

Reuters 02 Feb 2023
MOGADISHU, Feb 1 (Reuters) - Top leaders of Djibouti, Ethiopia and Kenya on Wednesday agreed to begin "search and destroy" operations to push al Shabaab militants out of neighbouring Somalia ... to weaken al Shabaab ... Al Shabaab did not respond to a request for comment.
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Horn of Africa Nations Agree to Joint Campaign Against Al-Shabaab

Sputnik 02 Feb 2023
The leaders of Somalia, Kenya, Ethiopia, and Djibouti held talks in Mogadishu on February 1 to discuss joint anti-terrorism efforts. The meeting followed that of their respective defense ministers, as al-Shabaab* continues to intimidate the region ....
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U.S. special operations forces strike in Africa

The Hamburg Reporter 02 Feb 2023
Somali National Army troops were engaged in heavy combat there with the terrorist movement al-Sbabaab, based in Somalia. Previously, a decade ago, Sudani was involved in recruiting and training members of al-Shabaab ... Al-Shabaab was formed around December 2006, from the shifting formations of extreme, essentially truly insane, terrorist groups.
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Arthur Cyr - Africa strike

The Crescent News 02 Feb 2023
Somali National Army troops were engaged in heavy combat there with the terrorist movement al-Sbabaab, based in Somalia. Previously, a decade ago, Sudani was involved in recruiting and training members of al-Shabaab ... Al-Shabaab was formed around December 2006, from the shifting formations of extreme, essentially truly insane, terrorist groups.
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Who was the terrorist leader who fueled ISIS in Africa? | Opinion

Deseret News 02 Feb 2023
military troops killed 11 members of the Islamic State, including al-Sudani ... Previously, a decade ago, al-Sudani was involved in recruiting and training members of al-Shabaab ... killing of al-Qaida leader ... Al-Shabaab was formed around December 2006, from the shifting formations of extreme, essentially truly insane, terrorist groups.
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Nigerian gunmen kill eight, including police chief

Reuters 02 Feb 2023
Insecurity is a big issue for voters in a country where armed gangs terrorise people in villages and on highways and carry out kidnappings for ransom ... Gallery. View 2 more stories ... Our Standards ... Read Next. Gallery ... Gallery ... AfricacategorySomalia's neighbours to launch new operations against al Shabaab militants, article with image7.44 AM UTC ... ....
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Young people gather for big meeting with pope in DR Congo

Reuters 02 Feb 2023
KINSHASA, Feb 2 (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of young people began arriving at a stadium in Kinshasa early on Thursday for a rally with Pope Francis ... He condemned the atrocities as war crimes ... WorldcategoryU.S ... Gallery ... Gallery ... AfricacategorySomalia's neighbours to launch new operations against al Shabaab militants, article with image7.44 AM UTC.
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Kumba delivers profit warning after rail problems hit exports

Reuters 02 Feb 2023
Feb 2 (Reuters) - Kumba Iron Ore (KIOJ.J) warned on Thursday that 2022 profit could have slumped by as much as 44% due to weaker iron ore prices and rail logistics problems in South Africa ... Gallery. WorldcategoryU.S ... Gallery ... AfricacategorySomalia's neighbours to launch new operations against al Shabaab militants, article with image7.44 AM UTC.
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Horn of Africa Nations Vow Support for Somalian Bid to Defeat Al-Shabaab

Urdu Point 01 Feb 2023
The leaders of two Horn of Africa nations and Kenya vowed on Wednesday to help the Somalian government regain control of its territory from al-Shabaab militants (affiliated with al-Qaeda, banned in Russia) ... militants (affiliated with al-Qaeda, banned in Russia).

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