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17 Aug 2020
Police examine the site where ten civilians and one police officer were killed in a gun and bomb attack by Al-Shabaab fighters, according to officials, at an upscale beachfront hotel in Somalia's capital.
14 Jan 2020
An eyewitness recounts an attack at a primary school in eastern Kenya by suspected Al-Shabaab Islamists that left three teachers dead. The assailants also torched a police post and damaged a telecoms mast in the attack in Kamuthe, 40 kilometres (25 miles) south of the town of Garissa.
9 Dec 2019
Gunmen suspected to be from Somalia's al-Shabaab Islamist militant group have launched an attack on a bus in Kenya, killing several people, including Kenyan police officers.
9 Nov 2019
The Somalian government is offering amnesty to some defectors from Al Shabaab. They are housed in a rehabilitation center, where it’s hoped they’ll learn other ways of living.
26 Nov 2018
Al Shabaab gunmen and a suicide car bomber struck a religious centre in central Somalia on Monday, killing a cleric and at least 14 of his followers, a police officer said.
10 Sep 2018
A suicide car bomb rammed into a local government office in Somalia's capital on Monday (September 10), killing at least six people in an attack claimed by al Qaeda-linked al Shabaab

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