Despite US airstrikes, Somali extremist group still active
MOGADISHU, Somalia — By U.S. accounts, it was a devastating airstrike against Islamic militants in Somalia, with more than 150 fighters killed in a training camp. But the weekend attack probably won't diminish al-Shabab's ability to continue a wave of bloodshed.
African Union ground forces succeeded in ousting al-Shabab fighters from Somalia's capital in 2011 and protecting the weak government. Since then, however, they have been unable to stop other violence: assaults on AU forces, including one that killed up to 200 Kenyan soldiers in January, frequent suicide attacks on civilians in... read more
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