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Somalia After AMISOM

The African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) is charged with fighting US-designated terror group Al Shabab on the ground. AMISOM is made up of African Union soldiers with a UN-sanctioned mandate to maintain peace, ensure the delivery of humanitarian aid, and help keep Al Shabab in check. But they're set to leave in 2021 and these days are busy training their replacements. So, will AMISOM's withdrawal bring peace to Somalia? Or leave the nation's people, and the new troops in charge of protecting them, even more vulnerable? Guests: Abdulaziz Ali Ibrahim Xildhiban Former Spokesman for the Somali Internal Security Ministry Mohamud Yussuf Journalist and Political Commentator Matt Bryden Executive Chairman at Sahan Research David Otto Counter Terrorism Specialist

Mission Accomplished for AMISOM?

Mission Accomplished for AMISOM?

Al Shabab claims responsibility for deadly Somalia blast

Al Shabab claims responsibility for deadly Somalia blast

Security forces end Al Shabab siege of Mogadishu hotel

Security forces end Al Shabab siege of Mogadishu hotel

The rise of Somalia's Al Shabab explained

The rise of Somalia's Al Shabab explained

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A generation becoming lost in Syria's north

Ukraine president: More villages recaptured from Russia in south

Ukraine president: More villages recaptured from Russia in south

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Ethiopian govt accepts African Union invitation to peace talks

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UN calls for $816M in aid for the flood victims

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Elon Musk to proceed with $44B buyout of Twitter

Russian parliament approves annexations

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Police chief and nine elite officers removed from posts

Police chief and nine elite officers removed from posts

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Türkiye, Libya sign hydrocarbon deal

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