Despite unifying efforts of AMISOM forces, SNA and the US soldiers to end militia existence in Somalia, Al-Shabaab has continued to pose threats to the security inside Somalia and her neighboring countries including Kenya, Ethiopia and even Uganda. Occasionally, though severely weakened, the militia force carries out attacks on civilians, security forces and even the administrative organs of Somalia.
Despite being weakened by joined operation of AMISOM, SNA and US soldiers, Al-Shabaab still pose threat to the security of Somalia and its environs. This militia group has on different occasions indicated that it is not near to dying away. Today, the illegal militia group in Somalia announced that they have executed three soldiers in Somalia— 2 SNA soldiers and one from Jubaland authorities.
An innocent-looking Al-Shabaab leader has been captured by the army. Ali Mohamed Adan said to be a senior militant in charge of operative in the Lower Shabelle region was on Sunday afternoon captured by the Somali National Army (SNA) forces. He was captured in Janaale town within the Shabelle region.
Al-Shabaab on Friday suffered a huge blow after several militants were killed in a deadly shootout with the military. Somali National Army has confirmed gunning down 60 Al-Shabaab militants among them two commanders. The army has confirmed that on Friday, they carried out an operation targeting Al-Shabaab Terrorists.
A heavy exchange of fire ensued between Al-Shabaab militants and government forces in the Elba’ad village located in the Buloburte District of the Hiiraan region on Thursday morning, resulting in dozens of casualties. According to media reports from Somalia, Somali National Army (SNA) carried out a planned operation in the Elba’ad village where they gunned down at least 31 Al-Shabaab militants.
As it is always said that if you can't beat them, join them or rather if someone is too strong for you to defeat, it is better to be on the same side as them, this is exactly what Al-Shabaab militants are doing after sensing defeat.
There was Tuesday morning drama in Ba’adweyn town after Al-Shabaab militants were forced to run for their dear lives after special forces ambushed them in their bases. Somali National Army (SNA) has confirmed that along with Galmudug regional Darwish forces, they carried out a planned attack in Ba’adweyn town and surrounding areas, where they ambushed the militants in their hideouts.
Seven AlShabaab militants were earlier today killed following a heavy gunfight between the militia and Somalia National Army (SNA) forces in Abdalla Biroole village in Kismayo, Jubaland. The Jubaland Security Forces engaged the terrorists in a fierce gun fight after the militants tried to storm Abdalla Biroole military base, about 55Km SouthWest of Kismayo town, the capital of Somalia's Jubaland.
Bedridden For 10 Months & Losing Hope, Military Officer Shot by Al-Shabab Say Govt Has Abandoned Him
Military officers at past scene/Courtesy photo A military officer who has been bedridden for the past 10 months is seeking help to get specialized treatment abroad to save his leg after being shot while fighting Al-Shabaab militants. Mubarak Ahmed, an army officer from the Somali National Army Forces (SNA) sustained a gunshot injury while on a battlefield
The Somali National Army (SNA) and the Galmudug’s regional forces are celebrating after a successful three-week anti-terrorism operation. Speaking to a local daily, the SNA ground forces, Brigadier General, Mohamed Tahaliil noted that the operation to end terrorism in the Southern Mudug was successful after four town and eight villages were freed from the Somali-based militia group.
Alshabaab militia group has suffered another huge blow after Somali National Army (SNA) captured a key camp in Central Somali that has been home to militants for some time now.The army managed to recapture Ba'adweyn town from the Jihadists in an unexpected ambush. Commandos launched an offensive aggressive against militants on Tuesday midmorning and managed to repel a group of more than 50 fighters.The town has been under the control of the militants for four months now.
According to SNTV News, which is the official television station in Somalia, the Somalia National Army (SNA) killed several members of the Al-Qaeda linked group Al-Shabaab early on Sunday morning. The SNA has now taken over Godad Village near Camaara, where the terrorists were camping as they carried out their attacks.
Al-Qaeda linked terrorist group Al-Shabaab recently have received a major blow following the invasion to their hideouts by Somali National Army. According to SNTV, the army has killed nine Al-Shabaab militiants today following their attack. The army was also able to destroys their base in Gofgadud Shabellow Village in Bay region where the outlawed group have been staging their attacks.
Al-Shabaab militants have suffered a huge blow this Thursday, 29 July 2021 after commandos' offensive attacks on their bases. Today morning, there was a heavy exchange of fire in Elba’ad village under Buloburte district of Hiiraan region after Somali National Army commandos raised Al-Shabaab's hideouts and cornered them.
AMISOM military commanders have agreed to speed up the implementation of joint operations with the Somalia National Army (SNA), improve electoral security, and prepare for AMISOM's post-2021 mission. The commanders assessed the progress made thus far on AMISOM's Concept of Operations, the Somalia Transition Plan, and executing UN Security Council Resolution 2568 during a two-day conference in Mogadishu this week (2021).
Al-Shabaab attacked the base where the SNA infantry commander was located with mortar and artillery. According to sources, the commander barely escaped from the attack. Al-Shabaab mortar shells struck civilian houses in Awdhegle district, Lower Shabelle region on Saturday night, wounding seven people, per state media, SNA killed 3 AS militants responsible for the barrage.
Somalia army kills 50 al-Shabaab militants in two operations Monday, July 19, 2021 This handout picture released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team on August 30, 2014 shows Ugandan soldiers, part of the African Union Mission in Somalia, marching through the town of Golweyn in Somalia's Lower Shabelle region on August 30, 2014, after having liberated from Al-Shabaab fighters.
Officers serving under the African Union Mission in Somalia, AMISOM, and the Somali National Army, SNA, have completed a five-day joint training to enhance their knowledge on the role of Civil-Military Cooperation, CIMIC, in peace support operations. The five-day training, organised by the AMISOM Force Headquarters in coordination with the UK-Mission Support Team, UK-MST, was attended by CIMIC officers from SNA and the AMISOM military and police components.
Somali National Army (SNA) said Saturday that its forces killed a senior al-Shabaab terrorist in Middle Shabelle, central part of the country. The SNA said Nuh Dhagool, who was leading the operation to extort the local populace to fund the group's activities in town, was killed last night.
Somali National Army (SNA) reported on Saturday that its forces shot dead a senior al-Shabaab terrorist in Middle Shabelle, central part of the country. The SNA added that Nuh Dhagool, who was engaging the sting operation to bribe the local populace to fund the team's activities in town, was shot dead on Friday night.