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At Least 14 Killed in Somalia Hotel Attack; Police Say Ended
At least 14 dead in Somalia hotel attack; police say ended; al-Shabab claims responsibility
Uganda Plans to Withdraw Troops From Somalia by End of 2017
Uganda plans to withdraw troops from Somalia by end of 2017; frustration with EU, US support
Somalia Raid May Have Killed Al-Shabaab Mastermind of Deadly Attack in Kenya, Pentagon Says
The al-Shabaab mastermind of the deadly attack on Garissa University College in Kenya that killed 148 people last year may have been killed in a raid Tuesday conducted by the Somali Army that was supported by U.S. military advisers, U.S. military officials said today. An assessment is still
US Airstrikes in Somalia Kill 150 Al-Shabaab Fighters
U.S. military aircraft carried out airstrikes on an al-Shabaab training camp in Somalia on Saturday that may have killed as many as 150 fighters, the Pentagon said today. Pentagon officials say the fighters were being trained for a large-scale attack on U.S. and African Union troops in Somalia. “On
Democratic Debate Needs Human Intelligence on the Ground
Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley discuss the most important issues at the ABC News Democratic debate.
Terrorism on Agenda as Ethiopia Welcomes President Obama for Historic Trip
President Obama kicked off his first full day in Ethiopia as he heads into the second half of his historic trip to East Africa. Obama arrived on Monday morning at the National Palace in Addis Ababa, where he was greeted by Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn. The two men shook hands and exchanged
5 Thorny Topics President Obama Faces in Kenya and Ethiopia
With a trip to Africa this weekend, President Obama becomes the first sitting U.S. president to visit Kenya and Ethiopia . While much of his schedule is official business, it will be a highly personal visit for Obama, whose father was Kenyan, and a moment of pride for the Kenyan people, who have
Top Al-Shabab Leader Killed in Airstrike, Pentagon Confirms
Ahmed Abdi Godane's Death Is a Significant Jolt to the Somali Militant Group, US Officials Say
US Airstrike in Somalia Targeted Al Shabaab's Top Leader
A United States military airstrike in Somalia on Monday targeted Ahmed Abdi Godane, the head of the militant group al Shabaab, the Pentagon confirmed today. An assessment to determine if Godane was killed in the airstrike is ongoing. If confirmed Godane’s death would be a...
Obama: 'We Cannot Lose Site of the New Africa Emerging'
The president addresses African leaders at the US-Africa summit in Washington.