Reuters/Feisal Omar - Members of al Shabaab, al Qaeda-linked insurgents, parade after distributing relief to famine-stricken internally displaced people at Ala Yaasir camp at Km50 out of Somalia's capital Mogadishu, September 3, 2011.

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Al-Shabab reborn: Armed, lethal and radicalized

April 3, 2015, Mwangi S. Kimenyi

Mwangi Kimenyi discusses the rebirth of al-Shabab following the militant group's recent attacks and calls yet again for an international effort to tackle terrorism throughout Africa.

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