Kenyan soldiers kill over 80 militants in Somalia

This brings the number of the militants killed in the same town since early October to about 200

Nairobi: Kenya’s military confirmed on Friday its soldiers who are part of the AMISOM and Somalia National Army (SNA) killed more than 80 Al Shabaab insurgents near the port city of Kismayu in the southern part of the Horn of Africa nation. This brings the number of the militants killed in the same town since early October to about 200 Kenya Defence More...

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