#Al Shabab

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2-2. Andrés Martín makes Rayo react

The Sevillian striker Andrés Martín, with two goals in the final minutes, allowed Rayo Vallecano to draw against Saudi Al Shabab, who went ahead with two goals from the Nigerian international Odion Ighalo. The Saudi team, in which the Argentine Ever Banega played at the beginning, went to rest with...
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Somali army says kills 15 Al Shabab militants in southern region

The Somali National Army (SNA) said Monday that its elite Danab forces killed 15 Shabab militants and injured several others in the country’s southern Lower Juba region. “Our forces killed 15 Shabab militants, injured others and destroyed several hideouts in Lower Jubba region,” SNA spokesman Ali Hashi Abdi told journalists in Mogadishu.
Militaryclubofmozambique.com

Malawi won’t send troops to Mozambique

Malawi Defence Force (MDF) says it will not deploy soldiers to Mozambique as part of a Southern African Development Community (Sadc) standby force under the banner Rapid Deployment Capability (RDC). In an interview on Wednesday [July 14], MDF acting spokesperson Major Calvin Mlelemba said there are “no plans to deploy...
Public Safetydnyuz.com

Car Bomb Targeting Somali Police Kills at Least 5

MOGADISHU, Somalia — A large car bomb targeting a prominent police official exploded on Saturday in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, killing at least five people, the police and witnesses said. The attack was claimed by Al Shabab, the Qaeda-linked Islamist group that has carried out waves of attacks for years...
POTUSWashington Examiner

Expect global bloodletting after Afghan withdrawal fiasco

The questions caught me off-guard: Giving a lecture at the University of Hargeisa in Somaliland in 2019, first a faculty member and then a student asked me whether and when the United States would negotiate with al Shabab, an al Qaeda affiliate waging a terror campaign across Somalia and East Africa.
Public Safetyfreenews.today

Suicide Explosion Kills 10, Injures Dozens in Somalia

NAIROBI, Kenya — At least 10 people were killed and dozens injured in a suicide explosion in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, on Friday evening, the authorities said, the second such attack to rock the city in weeks as the country enters a crucial election season. A suicide bomber detonated his...
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