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Somalia's Al Shabab recruits 'holy warriors' with $400 bonus
Commercial ship strikes back in deadly shootout with Somali pirates
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Official says top Al Qaeda leader in Somalia killed
New Somalia government offensive against Al Shabab
Somali militant group Al Shabab aligns with Al Qaeda
It wasn't us: Somali militants disavow Kenya threat
Somali pirates fight over record ransom
Is Al Qaeda in Yemen connected to Al Qaeda in Somalia?
UN suspends food aid to southern Somalia
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US Muslim group: Muslims must rally to counter radicalization
Al Shabab blamed for Somalia bombing. Is Al Qaeda's influence rising?
Somali pirates seize oil tanker. Where are the anti-piracy forces?
Somalia's Islamist militants spill into neighboring countries
Somalia to get EU training force to counter Islamist insurgents
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