Jan 26, 2016

Kenya troops ‘pull out of Somali El-Adde base’ - TODAY.ng

Kenyan forces have pulled out from a military base in Somalia which was attacked by militant Islamist group Al-Shabaab, residents say. Al-Shabaab said it had killed about 100 troops in the assault on the base in the south-western town of El-Adde. An army spokesman said there was a "normal operational manoeuvre", and it could not be called a withdrawal. Kenya has not said how many of its troops...

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