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What Will It Take to Defeat Somalia's Al Shabab?

In less than a week, Somalia's deadliest terror group Al Shabab has struck the country twice. The terror group claimed responsibility for a car bomb attack outside a school in the capital Mogadishu on Thursday that left at least eight, including students, dead and dozens injured. The regular attacks pose questions about Somalia's political and security future. So, what needs to be done to bring lasting peace and stability to the east African country and defeat Al Shabab? Guests: Ali H. Warsame Former Somalian Education of Puntland Minister David Otto Security Expert Specialising in Africa Mohamed Husein Gaas Raad Peace Research Institute Director

Strait Talk special: Inside Somalia

Strait Talk special: Inside Somalia

Somalia Football: Migrants in Uganda play football to avoid drugs

Somalia Football: Migrants in Uganda play football to avoid drugs

Somalia Security Challenge: Somalia under threat from Al Shabab and Daesh

Somalia Security Challenge: Somalia under threat from Al Shabab and Daesh

UN warns of a humanitarian crisis in Somalia due to Covid-19, natural disasters

UN warns of a humanitarian crisis in Somalia due to Covid-19, natural disasters

Germany’s Russia Reversal

Germany’s Russia Reversal

Türkiye-Armenia Talks

Türkiye-Armenia Talks

Belarus’ Beleaguered Opposition

Belarus’ Beleaguered Opposition

Has the AUKUS Alliance Backfired?

Has the AUKUS Alliance Backfired?

The State of Sudan

The State of Sudan

The Risk of Nuclear War

The Risk of Nuclear War

Ukraine’s Top Ranked Tennis Player Defends Wimbledon’s Russia Ban

Ukraine’s Top Ranked Tennis Player Defends Wimbledon’s Russia Ban

Macron Beats Le Pen

Macron Beats Le Pen

India’s Communal Clashes

India’s Communal Clashes

The Battle for Donbass

The Battle for Donbass

Britain’s Controversial Asylum Plan

Britain’s Controversial Asylum Plan

Israel-Palestine Tensions

Israel-Palestine Tensions

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