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Posted Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015 at 8:22 pm by in .Edit this post More in

We’ve got a joint account interesting titles for essays Al-Shabab is believed to have fractured over its alliance with al-Qaeda, which caused a rift that has grown between core Shabab fighters who believe their struggle should focus on Somalia, and growing tensions with foreign fighters who want to plot a regional terrorist strategy. Analysts think attack on Nairobi’s Westgate mall could indicate the extremists are winning that internal struggle. Further divisions are believed to have been caused by the group’s decision to ban foreign aid organizations from operating in the country and providing food to save millions of victims of conflict-induced famine. That decision was announced in 2011, when the U.N. said Somalia had the world’s highest child mortality rate.

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