Breaking news: U.S. drone attack killed Al-Shabaab Leaders in Somalia

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Reports say Hassan Dahir Aweys and Ahmed Godane had killed a US drone attack

Mogadishu (Sunatimes) Reports indicated a U.S. drone attack killed Leaders Like Ahmed Godane and Hassan Dahir Aweys near Lantaburo compound.

Sources confirmed that Al-Shabaab Leaders have meeting Lantaburo Compound and also most Al-Shabaab Leaders are there.

There was no immediate confirmation of the U.S involvement in the strikes but earlier reports indicated that Washington was not initially informed of Kenya’s launching of the operation.

The air attacks bombing three times with the Compound of Al-Shabaab Leaders.

Lantaburo Village Located Lower Shabelle region of Somalia

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Cade says: Sunday, November 20, 2011 at 09:51:09
Ab fab my golody man.
Uloos says: Tuesday, November 15, 2011 at 02:00:34
Yow , you need to learn English in the ESL classes before you write something in English. What the hell do you mean when you say"Reports say Hassan Dahir Aweys and Ahmed Godane had killed a US drone attack". Ask somebody else to write it for you in English or just write in Somali . Stop this nonsense please
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