A handout photo taken on June 10, 2016 and released by AMISOM shows Ethiopian soldiers serving under the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) in Halgan village, Hiran region. / AFP / AMISOM / Ilyas Hamed /
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Somalia's militant al Shabaab group said late Friday it had executed four people it accused of espionage, including one who was beheaded for allegedly giving information to the United States that led to the killing of the group's former leader.In 2011, al Shabaab was ejected from Mogadishu by the African Union force AMISOM, and last year it was also pushed out of its southern Somalia strongholds by a combination of AMISOM and the Somali National Army.Another of the executed men, Muhaydin Hiraab Ahmed, 27, was accused of spying for the CIA and Somalia's neighbour Kenya, and in aiding the killing of Adnan Garaar.
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