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    1. Thousands of Americans took to airports to protest the order , which caused chaos as a number of travelers were held in limbo at airports. less ...

    2. Secretary Jim Mattis arrived in Djibouti on Sunday to visit an important military base at the southern entrance to the Red Sea used as a launch pad for operations in Yemen and Somalia ...

    3. CAMP LEMONNIER, Djibouti — Piracy has made a worrisome return to the waters off Somalia after a five-year hiatus, U.S. defense officials said, prompting commercial shippers, the military ...

    4. The U.S. military is sending dozens of regular troops to Somalia in the largest such deployment to the Horn of Africa country in roughly two decades. The United States pulled out of Somalia ...

    5. The travel ban – directed at Iran, Iraq, Somalia, Sudan, Libya, Syria and Yemen - was signed into force apparently without the knowledge of the president’s Secretary of Homeland Security ...

    6. Pirates have returned to the waters off Somalia, but the spike in attacks on commercial shipping does not yet constitute a trend, senior U.S. officials said Sunday. The attacks follow ...

    7. MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) Life-threatening child malnutrition rates are rising to alarming levels in drought-hit Somalia, the international aid group Save the Children said Thursday ...

    8. Al-Shabab militants have warned parents in Somalia against sending their children to secular schools and universities. The Al-Qaeda-affiliated group issued the directive in a 26-minute ...

    9. Camp Lemonnier, home to some 4,000 US soldiers and contractors, is vital to US military operations in Somalia against militant groups like Al-Shabaab, and also provides support for US ...

    10. Djibouti (AFP) - Drought and famine seem to be fuelling a resurgence of piracy off the coast of Somalia, the United States' top military chief in Africa said Sunday. Half a dozen pirate ...

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