A suicide bomber killed up to 15 in the Somali town of Wanlaweyn, located near the Baledogle Airfield.
Weapons are being looted in Africa because of a diplomatic conflict in the Gulf region.
Around 535 million children—a quarter of the world’s child population—live in fragile states, affected by natural disasters, epidemics and other emergencies.
U.S. Special Forces and Somali troops killed five people, some of whom were children, during raid last week on a school run by the terrorist militia Al-Shabab.
The State Department has classified these 11 nations as "Do not travel."
The Trump administration said this week that it's too dangerous for Americans to travel to El Salvador — even as it announced plans to deport more than a quarter-of-a-million Salvadoran refugees back there next year.
From Washington to Moscow, ISIS’s debut video from Somalia threatened to target crowded places hosting New Year’s parties.
One of the men on the plane and an attorney for two others say ICE deprived the immigrants of adequate food and water and access to a bathroom during their two-day detention on board.
Trump lamented "the mess" he inherited in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and beyond, but promised "to get it all done."
More than 500 American troops are now stationed in the east African country.
With double the number of airstrikes of 2016 and 400 U.S. soldiers on the ground, Washington’s role in Mogadishu is expanding.
The airstrikes were conducted in northeastern Somalia.
The attack proved once again that insurgents can carry out deadly assaults in the heart of the Somali capital.
Reports predict that U.S. military involvement in the country may intensify as a result of Saturday’s attack, putting more lives at risk, because Donald Trump has already loosened restrictions on U.S. commanders.
The driver of the truck reportedly came from a town outside Mogadishu, where a U.S.-led raid mistakenly killed 10 civilians in August.
The U.S. sent a military plane with supplies less than three days after the deadliest attack in the African country’s history, but many Americans believe the country should help its citizens more, including Puerto Rico.
Washington has been fighting Al-Shabab for a decade in Somalia, but there’s no end in sight.
Washington has been targeting the Al-Qaeda affiliate with airstrikes since at least 2007.
Mohamed Garfanje, the leader of the Hobyo-Haradhere Piracy Network, is a mastermind of kidnap and ransom.
Set to open next month in Somalia, this is the second Turkish overseas military installation, after a base in Qatar.