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US conducts largest air strike in two years against Somalian militants, kills 60 Al-Shabaab fighters

Firstpost Wednesday, 17 October 2018
The United States conducted its largest airstrike in nearly two years against militants in Somalia, killing about 60 Al-Shabaab fighters, the US military has said.
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According to a report by Business Insider, on Tuesday, the US military said it had killed approximately 60 al-Shabaab 'terrorists' in an airstrike in Somalia, the deadliest strike against the militants in the past year. The airstrike on October 12th reportedly targeted militants in the area of...

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