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The US Has Quietly Deployed More Than 500 Troops To Somalia

the us has quietly deployed more than 500 troops to somalia
Authored by Jason Ditz via AntiWar.com, *One of the many quiet escalations* in countries where US military operations on the ground hadn’t really been well publicized in the first place, officials..
Zero Hedge

US Troops, Personnel Rising to More Than 500 in Somalia

The number of U.S. military forces in Somalia has more than doubled in 2017, rising to over 500, as the Pentagon quietly posts more special operations personnel to advise local forces in pockets of..
Newsmax

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News video: Travel Ban Back In The Supreme Court

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President Donald Trump's travel ban policy is back at the Supreme Court. on Monday, The Justice Department asked the Supreme Court to allow officials to implement all of the revised policy Trump issued..
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News video: Quad Cities continues to attract international students

Quad Cities continues to attract international students

Quad Cities continues to attract international students
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News video: IBM Urged To Refuse Working On "Extreme Vetting" Of U.S. Immigrants

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On Thursday, a coalition of rights groups launched an online petition to urge IBM Corp to declare that it will not develop technology to help the Trump administration identify people for visa denial..
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News video: Rights Groups Urge IBM To Renounce Trump's "Extreme Vetting Initiative"

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On Thursday, a coalition of rights groups launched an online petition urging IBM Corp to renounce the Trump administration's proposal to use technology to identify people for visa denial and..
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News video: Trump Travel Ban Goes Into Partial Effect

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Part of President Donald Trump's latest travel ban has gone into effect after a U.S. appeals court in California ruled that the government can bar entry of people from six Muslim-majority countries if..
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U.S. pursues quiet troop buildup in Somalia

The Pentagon now has its largest military presence in the war-torn African nation since the deadly 'Black Hawk Down' battle in 1993.
Politico

President Trump Accelerates Drone Strikes In Somalia

president trump accelerates drone strikes in somalia
*President Trump’s expansion of war is most evident in the skies of Somalia where an acceleration in drone strikes have been reported.* U.S. Africa Command has conducted fourteen airstrikes since..
Zero Hedge

US launches Libya drone strike as Africa operations appear to ramp up

The U.S. military has launched airstrikes this month in Yemen, Somalia, Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan and Friday, for the first time since September, in Libya.
FOXNews.com

Hundreds more US troops now in Somalia, but Pentagon denies 'build up'

The Pentagon announced in a statement Thursday there are now "more than" 500 US troops on the ground in Somalia.
FOXNews.com

Defense One: US Airstrikes in Somalia on Exponential Rise

According to Defense One, the U.S. Africa Command reported 14 strikes since August have brought the year's total to 18. The strikes have largely been carried out by drones, and no official number of..
Newsmax

US carries out sixth straight day of airstrikes in Somalia

The US Africa Command announced the U.S. military conducted another airstrike in Somalia on Tuesday killing ‘several militants’ belonging to the terrorist group, al-Shabaab.
FOXNews.com

US drone strike in Somalia kills 'several' with al-Shabab

The U.S. military says it has carried out a drone strike against al-Shabab in Somalia that killed several extremists.
FOXNews.com Also reported by •Seattle Times

Consolata Sisters rejoice at Pope's decision to declare nun slain in Somalia a martyr (Catholic Information Service for Africa)

Sister Leonella Rosa Sgorbati was killed in Somalia in 2006 after Pope Benedict’s famed Regensburg address.
Catholic Culture

Somaliland votes for new president amid tight contest

People in Somalia's semi-autonomous region of Somaliland are voting Monday to elect their fifth president Monday as the ruling party faces a strong challenge from opposition candidates.
FOXNews.com Also reported by •Seattle Times

US-targeted IS in Somalia could be a 'significant threat'

The Islamic State group's growing presence in Somalia could become a "significant threat" if it attracts fighters fleeing collapsing strongholds in Syria and Iraq, experts say, and already it seems to..
FOXNews.com Also reported by •Seattle Times

U.S. Carries Out Drone Strikes in Somalia

U.S. forces say they have carried out three drone strikes within 24 hours in Somalia, stepping up their campaign against the Islamic extremist rebels of al-Shabaab and the Islamic State group.
Wall Street Journal Also reported by •FOXNews.comSeattle Times

U.S. military says it carried out 3 drone strikes against Islamic extremists in Somalia within 24 hours

MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) — U.S. military says it carried out 3 drone strikes against Islamic extremists in Somalia within 24 hours.
Seattle Times

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