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  • It's also the likelihood, or at least the possibility, that organizations like Al-Shabaab, which is al Qaeda in Somalia, are going to subsume the piracy trade, because we have done such a good job of depriving them of their revenues through electronic banking controls and what have you, they're looking for revenues.

    CNN Transcript Apr 14, 2009

  • Horrified, the local citizenry backed a takeover of Mogadishu, in mid-2006, by Islamists with a Taliban-like vanguard force known as Al-Shabaab (the Youth).

    Why Somalia Matters

  • Al-Shabaab, which is battling the Western-backed government headed by Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmed, is seeking to establish an Islamic state in the Horn of Africa nation.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • Al-Shabaab, which is fighting the weak Somali government and peacekeepers from the African Union, controls much of southern and central Somalia.

    The Guardian World News

  • Al-Shabaab, which is waging a bloody insurgency against a Somali government backed by Ugandan and Burundian peacekeepers, said it carried out the bombing in revenge for Uganda's role in the Horn of Africa nation.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • While confirming the evnt that led to the closure of the stations, Abduwak governor said that the orders were meted to bar the stations from spreading radical ideologies, adding that no radio is allowed to call Al-Shabaab as mujahideens.

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  • Al-Shabaab, which is linked to al-Qaeda, and another Islamist militia have been fighting

    News24 Top Stories

  • Al-Shabaab, which is waging daily war in Mogadishu, has previously carried car suicide attacks targeted on AU troops that killed several soldiers.

    AllAfrica News: Latest

  • Al-Shabaab, which is waging a bloody insurgency against a Somali government backed by Ugandan and Burundian peacekeepers, said it carried out the bombing in revenge for

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Al-Shabaab, which is linked to Al-Qaida, claimed responsibility for twin explosions at a crowded restaurant and a rugby club in Uganda's capital Kampala during the last moments of the

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