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Contractor killed in Kenya attack was a week away from leaving the job
Dustin Harrison's job was to pilot a twin-engine Beechcraft King Air 350 with cameras and sensors for aerial survey.
Militant group attacks military base used by US and Kenyan forces
Less than 150 U.S. personnel were at the base at the time of the attack.
Nearly 18 years after 9/11, Al-Qaeda ‘is as strong as it has ever been,’ State Department says
Al-Qaeda and its affiliates remain as much of a threat to the U.S. as "it has ever been" after the terrorist group rebuilt itself while the U.S. and other nations focused on destroying ISIS in Iraq and Syria, a State Department official said Thursday
New report claims US could be guilty of war crimes in Somalia for killing civilians under ‘shroud of secrecy’
The U.S. military could be guilty of war crimes in Somalia, according to a new report that challenges what the government says about civilian casualties from its bombing campaign against al-Shabab, an al-Qaida affiliate, in the African nation
Al Shabab Kills Dozens In Somalia Military Base Attack Amid Expanding US Troop Presence
Al Shabab jihadists launched a vicious attack on a military base in Somalia on June 8, killing nearly 70 and...
Pentagon Open To Sending More US Troops To Somalia, Mattis Says
Secretary of Defense James Mattis stated on Thursday that the Pentagon is open to sending additional U.S. troops to Somalia to fight...
Dozens Of US Troops Head To Mogadishu For The First Time Since ‘Black Hawk Down’
It’s a busy month for U.S. military forces, with dynamic situations in Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, and now Korea. But don’t...
The US Is About To Ramp Up In Somalia Under This Marine General
The United States is primed for an increase in military operations in the Horn of Africa after President Donald J....
US Strikes Kill 150 Al-Shabab Fighters Preparing To Attack American Troops
A training camp in Somalia for Islamist militants belonging to the group al-Shabab has been pulverized by American warplanes, killing...