American terrorists surrender to government and allied forces

A white American man who was a member of the al-Shabaab terror group has surrendered to government troops and allied AMISOM forces based in Barawe town of Lower Shabelle region.

Abdimalik Abdisamad Jones who hails from Baltimore, Maryland has told the government forces that he fled the intensifying bloodletting within al-Shabaab. He said he feared for his life after al-Shabaab’s much feared Amniyat brigade began targeting ISIL sympathizers, adding that a number of his foreign fighter colleagues have already been assassinated.

Government says it will not relent on its campaign against terror

The Government of Somalia has said that al-Shabaab’s horrid attacks in the country will not deter the ongoing military campaign against terrorists.

The government termed the recent al-Shabaab attack on an AMISOM base in El-adde, Gedo region as cowardly. It sent its condolences to the families of the brave soldiers who were in the country to help Somalia get back on its feet.

The attack where a number of AMISOM soldiers have died has roused the world’s resolve to defeat the al-Shabaab militias who have been committing atrocities against the Somali people. Mr. Ban Ki-Moon, the UN Secretary General, has strongly condemned al-Shabaab and promised to continue supporting efforts to defeat terrorism.

Somali National Army and its allies liberate Biya-adde from al-Shabaab

The Somali National Army backed by African Union peacekeepers marched into Biya­-adde locality of Middle Shabelle region with no resistance from the al-Shabaab militias.  

Eyewitnesses have confirmed that the SNA alongside with AMISOM forces peacefully took over the village early Thursday morning. They said the allied forces raided the area from different sides, which confused the terrorists who quickly fled the area, making it possible for the army and allied forces to take over the area without firing a single shot. Rather than face the army, the confused and cowardly terrorists fled into the bushes.

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