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Kenyan shilling nears 3-year low after attacks, shares fall
25-11-2014

No-confidence motion sparks parliamentary row in Somalia
25-11-2014

To fend off terror recruiting, U.S. Attorney Andy Luger unveils Somali community effort
25-11-2014

'Al-Shabab Doesn't Want a Truce With Infidel Powers'
25-11-2014

Somali parliament again fails to hold 'no confidence' vote
25-11-2014

Kenyan unions warn thousands of workers to leave restive north
25-11-2014

No-confidence motion causes more rifts in Somalia
25-11-2014

UN slams deadly terrorist attack on bus in northern Kenya
24-11-2014

Ill-fated bus was being comandeered to Somalia
24-11-2014

Kenya bus attack: Military 'kills 100 Shabab militants'
24-11-2014

Somalia's al Shabaab launch attack on presidential compound
Somalia's al Shabaab militants said they fired mortar bombs at the presidential palace in Mogadishu on Sunday, but government and police spokesmen said none had landed inside the compound.

The Islamist militants attacked the president's compound on July 8 but were repulsed by security forces. The president was not there at the time. It was not clear if the president was at the palace at the time of Sunday's attack.

"We have fired several mortar rounds on the presidential palace, and we will give details later," Abu Musab, the spokesman for al Shabaab's military operations, told Reuters.

"We targeted the palace because it is the government's headquarters and all top officials are there," he said.

Officials said the mortars caused no damage.

"No single mortar landed on the palace," government spokesman Ridwan Haji told Reuters.

A police captain who only gave his name as Ali said the mortars landed outside the presidential palace.

African Union forces along with the Somali army launched a new offensive this year against al Shabaab, which is fighting to impose its harsh interpretation of Islamic law on Somalia.

Driven out of Mogadishu in 2011, al Shabaab has lost control of several towns in the latest offensive, but officials say the Islamists still control tracts of countryside and settlements from where they have continued their guerrilla-style campaign.

 
Primary content on this page
Kenyan shilling nears 3-year low after attacks, shares fall
25-11-2014

No-confidence motion sparks parliamentary row in Somalia
25-11-2014

To fend off terror recruiting, U.S. Attorney Andy Luger unveils Somali community effort
25-11-2014

'Al-Shabab Doesn't Want a Truce With Infidel Powers'
25-11-2014

Somali parliament again fails to hold 'no confidence' vote
25-11-2014

Kenyan unions warn thousands of workers to leave restive north
25-11-2014

No-confidence motion causes more rifts in Somalia
25-11-2014

UN slams deadly terrorist attack on bus in northern Kenya
24-11-2014

Ill-fated bus was being comandeered to Somalia
24-11-2014

Kenya bus attack: Military 'kills 100 Shabab militants'
24-11-2014






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