Somalia army kills militants trying to collect taxes from the locals
Museveni's son warns Ugandan enemies, threatens to crush them
Somalia's Al Shabaab seizes town near capital after army pull out
Kuwait says will host a major Somalia donor conference
Kenya marks KDF Day, fires warning to Al-Shabaab in Somalia
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On Oct. 7, the Somali army backed by Jubaland state forces killed 24 al-Shabab militants and injured more than 19.
North Korea tested this month what it said was a submarine-launched ballistic missile that marked a "new phase".
The Warriors now await the group draws after having secured a 3 – 2 aggregate victory against Africa’s lowest-ranked national football team.
This includes better aligning development assistance with National Development Plan 9 priorities.
Sources told The EastAfrican that the tough conditions have been triggered by Kenya’s move to work closely with Somaliland.
Wed Oct 16 2019
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