01/15/2021

10 members of Al Shabab (Al Qaeda in East Africa) were killed in a clash with the Somali National Army

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10 members of Al Shabab (Al Qaeda in East Africa) were killed in a clash with the Somali National Army in Dinsor, Bay region.

Harakat al-Shabaab al-Mujahideen, HSM; more commonly known as al-Shabaab, is a terrorist, jihadist fundamentalist group based in East Africa.
Part of: Al-Qaeda
Leaders: Ahmad Umar (2014–present); Ahmed Godane † (2007–14);
Founded: 2004
Dates of operation: 2006–present
Split from: Islamic Courts Union
Headquarters: Kismayo, Somalia (2008–2012), Baraawe, Somalia (2012–2014), Jilib, Somalia (2014–)

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