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U.N. declares famine in southern Somalia   US to aid Islamist Somali areas  The US has said it will send aid to famine-hit areas of Somalia controlled by the Islamist group al-Shabab Militants: Aid ban in Somalia still in place  Islamist militants in Somalia have reversed a pledge to allow foreign aid agencies to operate in famine-struck regions in the nation Al Qaeda affiliate threatens starving   Somalia's famine reaches into Mogadishu Map of Mogadishu Somalia
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US hails death of al-Qaeda militant  Hillary Clinton has said the death of top African al-Qaeda militant Fazul Abdullah Mohammed is a 'significant blow' to the group Despite supporting rallies, PM steps down Somalis flood across Kenya border UNHCR in 'human tragedy' warning UN calls for aid inside Somalia CIA aiding Somalia suspect interrogations Kenya to open new drought camp UN flies aid to Islamist Somalia   The UN has made its first aid delivery to drought victims in areas of controlled by al-Qaeda-linked militants since they lifted an aid ban Man admits Somalia terror plot Somalis flock to largest refugee camp UN to declare famine in Somalia
South Korea navy rescues pirated crew Piracy 'threatens oil supplies'   4 Americans slain by captors on yacht  A round-the-world boating adventure ended tragically for Americans, whom pirates fatally shot after capturing their yacht in the Indian Ocean 57 Somalis reported dead in boat tragedy Americans detained pirate negotiators Life sentences for Somali pirates Pirates release tanker after 4 months Somali minister killed by niece Map of Mogadishu Somalia  Interior Minister Abdi Shakur Sheikh Hassan has been killed in a suicide attack at his home in the capital, Mogadishu 'African US embassy bomber dead' Map of Mogadishu Somalia


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  Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, suspected of in the 1998 embassy bombings, has been killed by Somali government forces
 
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  Three more regions of Somalia have now been struck by famine, including the capital, Mogadishu, the United Nations announced
Aug.6   Al-Shabab rebels leave Mogadishu Map of Mogadishu Somalia  Islamist rebels have pulled out of all positions in the Somali capital. President Sheikh Sharif Ahmed declared the rebels defeated Aug.9   Amnesty offered to Somalia insurgents   Transitional government has offered a general amnesty to insurgent fighters in Mogadishu who surrender and promise to renounce violence Aug.12 U.N.: Not enough money to fight famine Aug.13 Somalia PM orders aid protection Aug.14   Rights group says all sides guilty of crime  Human Rights Watch has said all sides in Somalia's are guilty of serious violations of international law Aug.17   UK minister visits Mogadishu   International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchell has become the first British cabinet minister to visit war-torn capital in 18 years

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Sep.5     Somalia famine 'may kill 750,000'
  As many as 750,000 people could die as Somalia's drought worsens in the coming months, the UN has warned, declaring a famine in a new area


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Oct.2   French woman kidnapped in Kenya   A French woman seized in northern Kenya was taken to Somalia by her captors after a sea battle to rescue her failed Oct.4   More than 30 dead in Somalia bombing
Map of Mogadishu Somalia  A truck filled with explosives barreled into a government complex, a brazen strike killing students registering for an education program Oct.11     Special forces storm pirate-held ship  British and US naval forces have rescued The 56,000-tonne bulk carrier Montecristo, an Italian ship hijacked by Somali pirates Oct.13     Doctors seized near Somali border
  Gunmen have kidnapped two Spanish doctors working for the medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres near Kenya's border with Somalia
Oct.16   Kenya to hit Al-Shabaab across border  Kenyan troops are pursuing suspected Islamic militants from Al-Shabaab across the border into Somalia Oct.17   Somali militants threaten Kenya  Somali militant group Al-Shabab has warned Kenya to withdraw its troops from Somalia, or face bloody battles Oct.28     US launches drones from Ethiopia  The US military has begun flying drone aircraft from a base in Ethiopia, as part of its fight against Islamist militants in Somalia

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Nov.19   Ethiopia troops 'enter Somalia'  Ethiopian troops have crossed the border into Somalia in significant numbers, eyewitnesses say. At least 20 vehicles carrying Ethiopian troo...

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Dec.31   Ethiopian army takes Somali town   Ethiopian forces have captured the central Somali town of Beledweyne from al-Shabab Islamist militants


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1. 01-22 South Korea navy rescues pirated crew Somalia
2. 02-09 Piracy 'threatens oil supplies' Somalia
02-22 4 Americans slain by captors on yacht Somalia
E. 02-24 57 Somalis reported dead in boat tragedy Gulf of Aden, Somalia
5. 02-26 Americans detained pirate negotiators Somalia
6. 03-17 Pirates release tanker after 4 months Somalia
H. 06-10 Somali minister killed by niece Mogadishu, Somalia
I. 06-11 'African US embassy bomber dead' Mogadishu, Somalia





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South Korea navy rescues pirated crew Life sentences for Somali pirates Somalis flood across Kenya border Al Qaeda affiliate threatens starving Al-Shabab rebels leave Mogadishu Map of Mogadishu Somalia  Islamist rebels have pulled out of all positions in the Somali capital. President Sheikh Sharif Ahmed declared the rebels defeated Amnesty offered to Somalia insurgents   Transitional government has offered a general amnesty to insurgent fighters in Mogadishu who surrender and promise to renounce violence Rights group says all sides guilty of crime  Human Rights Watch has said all sides in Somalia's are guilty of serious violations of international law   Special forces storm pirate-held ship  British and US naval forces have rescued The 56,000-tonne bulk carrier Montecristo, an Italian ship hijacked by Somali pirates Kenya to hit Al-Shabaab across border  Kenyan troops are pursuing suspected Islamic militants from Al-Shabaab across the border into Somalia Somali militants threaten Kenya  Somali militant group Al-Shabab has warned Kenya to withdraw its troops from Somalia, or face bloody battles   US launches drones from Ethiopia  The US military has begun flying drone aircraft from a base in Ethiopia, as part of its fight against Islamist militants in Somalia Ethiopia troops 'enter Somalia'  Ethiopian troops have crossed the border into Somalia in significant numbers, eyewitnesses say. At least 20 vehicles carrying Ethiopian troo... Ethiopian army takes Somali town   Ethiopian forces have captured the central Somali town of Beledweyne from al-Shabab Islamist militants 57 Somalis reported dead in boat tragedy UNHCR in 'human tragedy' warning UN calls for aid inside Somalia Kenya to open new drought camp Somalis flock to largest refugee camp UN to declare famine in Somalia




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  The United Nations is set to declare a famine in parts of Somalia as it suffers the worst drought in more than half a century
Jul.20 U.N. declares famine in southern Somalia Jul.20   US to aid Islamist Somali areas  The US has said it will send aid to famine-hit areas of Somalia controlled by the Islamist group al-Shabab Jul.22 Militants: Aid ban in Somalia still in place  Islamist militants in Somalia have reversed a pledge to allow foreign aid agencies to operate in famine-struck regions in the nation Aug.2 Al Qaeda affiliate threatens starving Aug.3   Somalia's famine reaches into Mogadishu Map of Mogadishu Somalia
  Three more regions of Somalia have now been struck by famine, including the capital, Mogadishu, the United Nations announced
Aug.12 U.N.: Not enough money to fight famine Aug.13 Somalia PM orders aid protection Sep.5   Somalia famine 'may kill 750,000'
  As many as 750,000 people could die as Somalia's drought worsens in the coming months, the UN has warned, declaring a famine in a new area




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2011 Feb.9 Piracy 'threatens oil supplies'




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2011 Jan.22 South Korea navy rescues pirated crew
Feb.9 Piracy 'threatens oil supplies' Feb.22   4 Americans slain by captors on yacht
  A round-the-world boating adventure ended tragically for Americans, whom pirates fatally shot after capturing their yacht in the Indian Ocean Feb.26 Americans detained pirate negotiators Mar.14 Life sentences for Somali pirates Mar.17 Pirates release tanker after 4 months Jun.10 Somali minister killed by niece
Map of Mogadishu Somalia  Interior Minister Abdi Shakur Sheikh Hassan has been killed in a suicide attack at his home in the capital, Mogadishu Jun.11 'African US embassy bomber dead' Map of Mogadishu Somalia
  Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, suspected of in the 1998 embassy bombings, has been killed by Somali government forces
Jun.11 US hails death of al-Qaeda militant  Hillary Clinton has said the death of top African al-Qaeda militant Fazul Abdullah Mohammed is a 'significant blow' to the group Jul.12 CIA aiding Somalia suspect interrogations Jul.18 Man admits Somalia terror plot Oct.2 French woman kidnapped in Kenya   A French woman seized in northern Kenya was taken to Somalia by her captors after a sea battle to rescue her failed Oct.4 More than 30 dead in Somalia bombing Map of Mogadishu Somalia  A truck filled with explosives barreled into a government complex, a brazen strike killing students registering for an education program Oct.11   Special forces storm pirate-held ship  British and US naval forces have rescued The 56,000-tonne bulk carrier Montecristo, an Italian ship hijacked by Somali pirates Oct.13   Doctors seized near Somali border
  Gunmen have kidnapped two Spanish doctors working for the medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres near Kenya's border with Somalia
Oct.16 Kenya to hit Al-Shabaab across border  Kenyan troops are pursuing suspected Islamic militants from Al-Shabaab across the border into Somalia



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2011 Jun.11 US hails death of al-Qaeda militant  Hillary Clinton has said the death of top African al-Qaeda militant Fazul Abdullah Mohammed is a 'significant blow' to the group Jun.19 Despite supporting rallies, PM steps down
Jun.27 Somalis flood across Kenya border Jul.16 UN flies aid to Islamist Somalia   The UN has made its first aid delivery to drought victims in areas of controlled by al-Qaeda-linked militants since they lifted an aid ban Jul.20   US to aid Islamist Somali areas  The US has said it will send aid to famine-hit areas of Somalia controlled by the Islamist group al-Shabab Jul.22 Militants: Aid ban in Somalia still in place  Islamist militants in Somalia have reversed a pledge to allow foreign aid agencies to operate in famine-struck regions in the nation Aug.9 Amnesty offered to Somalia insurgents   Transitional government has offered a general amnesty to insurgent fighters in Mogadishu who surrender and promise to renounce violence Aug.13 Somalia PM orders aid protection Aug.14 Rights group says all sides guilty of crime  Human Rights Watch has said all sides in Somalia's are guilty of serious violations of international law Aug.17 UK minister visits Mogadishu   International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchell has become the first British cabinet minister to visit war-torn capital in 18 years Oct.17 Somali militants threaten Kenya  Somali militant group Al-Shabab has warned Kenya to withdraw its troops from Somalia, or face bloody battles