Analysis: US denying safe haven for al-Qaida in Somalia:
In the early hours of Monday morning, a number of missiles fired from an American naval ship fell on the small Somali town of Dobley. The target according to a US military official, was a "facility where there were known terrorists" affiliated with al-Qaida. The Monday attack was reminiscent of the January 2007 air strike, which the US carried out against suspected al-Qaida operatives involved in the 1998 US bombings in East Africa. This latest show of US force in the Horn of Africa emphasizes Washington's continued resolve to attack al-Qaida operatives and their bases wherever they are in order to deny them safe havens.There is discussion that the "naval ship" involved was a submarine, as Bubblehead, does. Galrahn has more and more.
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Image is from a previous planet improvement project in Yemen. But I like it.
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