Islamic extremism deepens in East Africa



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Since 2010 Somali Salafi jihadi group Harakat al Shabaab al Mujahideen (al Shabaab) has staged high profile attacks in Uganda and Kenya with rumoured cells also operating in northern Tanzania. Kenya has been worst affected and multiple oil related assets in country will face growing security risk going forward. The exploration blocks in the northeast and the proposed export pipeline both face high risks of targeted attack; there is also an elevated risk to expatriate personnel in Nairobi.

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