Somali Islamist militant group al-Shabaab threaten more attacks in Burundi and Uganda in retaliation for their participation in an African Union peacekeeping operation in the country. Meanwhile, seven people are killed in fighting in the capital Mogadishu.
About 8,000 African Union troops from Burundi and Uganda are deployed to the Somali capital Mogadishu, the scene of heavy fighting this week. 2010-12-2 (Context: African Union, Burundi, Mogadishu, Somalia, Uganda)
At least 12 people are killed in fighting in Mogadishu, Somalia, between pro-government forces, African Union troops and the Islamist militant al-Shabaab group. 2010-11-1 (Context: African Union, Al-Shabaab, Islamist, Mogadishu, Somalia)
African Union troops enter the Somali port town of Kismayo following the withdrawal of Al-Shabaab Islamist militants during the Battle of Kismayo. 2012-10-1 (Context: African Union, Al-Shabaab, Islamist, Somalia)
The Islamist group Al-Shabab claims responsibility for a car bombing in the Somalian capital Mogadishu which claims at least ten people and injures at least 20. 2012-02-8 (Context: Al-Shabaab, Islamist, Mogadishu, Somalia)
The Islamist al-Shabaab rebels in Somalia pull out of the capital Mogadishu. 2011-08-6 (Context: Al-Shabaab, Islamist, Mogadishu, Somalia)
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