Somalia's ambassador to the U.S. says 4,000 people are being deported back to the conflict zone.
Somalia's president said that the country is in a "state of war" against the Al-Qaeda affiliate, which carried out deadly attacks on Sunday and Monday.
Al-Shabab, an al-Qaeda affiliate, frequently targets government buildings in Mogadishu.
6.2 million Somalis are in need, many of whom live under al-Shabab's rule.
Some 16 million people in the region are in urgent need of food, water and healthcare.
Monday's hijacking was the first of its kind since 2012.
The first female presidential candidate in Somalia's history, Dayib pulled out of the race in December 2016, citing corruption.
The Sri Lankan-flagged ship disappeared on Monday after sending out a distress call.
The climate phenomenon is often called the Indian Niño due to its similarity with El Niño.
The first travel ban prompted mass protests and chaos at U.S. airports in January.
Somalia's currency collapsed after the outbreak of civil war.
Hassan Ali Khaire is also a dual Norwegian-Somali citizen.
The car bomb attack also injures around 50 people, days after Somalia elected a new president.
Somalia is at risk of another deadly famine, six years after the last killed 250,000 people.
UAE's Minister of Foreign Affairs said Trump's denial of Islamophobia is evidence enough.