Kenya Defense Forces soldiers walk near the scene of an overnight attack on a residential complex in Mandera town at the Kenya-Somalia border July 7, 2015. REUTERS/Stringer
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Suspected Al-Shabab militants stormed two hotels in Somalia's capital Mogadishu Friday, killing at least three people, security officials said, adding that three insurgents also died in heavy fighting.Al-Shabab is fighting to overthrow Somalia's Western-backed government which is propped up and protected by the 22,000-strong African Union force.Al-Shabab gunmen Tuesday killed 14 workers in Kenya's northern town of Mandera, near the Somali border.In recent weeks, Al-Shabab fighters have attacked AU bases in Somalia, including a base in Lego village, 100 kilometers northwest of the capital Mogadishu, manned by around 100 Burundian soldiers.
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