Somalia’s Shabaab says air strike kills foreign fighter

MOGADISHU (Reuters) - A missile launched from an unmanned aircraft killed a foreign fighter with Somalia's al Shabaab rebel group outside the capital Saturday, the al Qaeda-linked militant group said.
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The militants, who earlier claimed explosions in the town of Elasha had been caused by artillery fired by African Union forces, said the air strike targeted Bilal el Berjawi as he travelled in a car.

"At around 1400 (1100 GMT), a U.S. drone targeted our mujahideen. One foreigner, a Lebanese with a British passport died," Sheikh Ali Mohamud Rage, al Shabaab

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There have been explosions in Aden Yabal district, which were caused by mines that Al-Shabaab planted on the entrance roads to the district as well as important centers before withdrawing.