US strikes in Somalia shot up in November, with American planes carrying out five times as many strikes as they did in the previous month.
Somali officials have claimed that the US killed 22 local soldiers and civilians in a drone strike that hit the north-central city of Galkayo late last month.
The US flattened an al Shabaab training camp in central Somalia and killed around 150 people, the Pentagon said today.
The latest US attack was the fifth consecutive such strike against al Shabaab’s leadership, with drones now appearing to have superseded other, manned aircraft and cruise-missiles.
BBC journalists and Somalia experts Mary Harper and Mohammed Mohammed talk to the Bureau.
The first US attack since January targets al Shabaab leader.
In an exclusive interview, the parents of Mohamed Sakr speak out about his killing.
Coalition strips 16 people of their British citizenship – and 2 were then killed by drones.
The Bureau unpicks the international forces operating in Somalia.
Bureau research released as world leaders gather in London to discuss Somalia’s fate.
Background and an explanation of the military players involved in this war-torn nation.
Up to 21 US military strikes in Somalia since 2007 have killed as many as 169 people
Iranian broadcaster failed ‘to bring themselves into line’, says UK regulator.
Iranian broadcaster stops questionable reporting of US ‘drone strikes’ on day of Bureau revelations.
Dataset: The Iranian broadcaster is generally the sole source for over 100 reports of alleged US drone strikes in Somalia.
Reports of dozens of US drone strikes claiming lives of hundreds ‘made up’ by Press TV.