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U.S. Strike Targets Al Shabaab Leaders
At least six militants are dead.
Navy SEALs Raided a Somali Compound This Morning
But what exactly they accomplished is yet unclear.
Somali Food Aid Blocked by Extremists; Fat Duck Chef Has a New Bird
After 20 years, Heston Blumenthal is now dating Suzanne Pirret, an American woman branded as “saucy” in
Somali Prime Minister Back to Desk Job in Buffalo
From Buffalo to Africa and back.
The U.N. Declares Famine in Somalia; The First Lady Tackles Food Deserts
Michelle Obama is urging Wal-Mart and SuperValu stores to offer healthier options and build in low-income neighborhoods.
Starvation Threatens Somalia; Katy Perry Falls Prey to Food Poisoning
That is, if you believe stars’ excuses in the first place.
Corbett’s Secretary of Health Wastes Taxpayer Money on New Windbreakers;
Plus Katy Perry is latest celebrity to suffer food poisoning; and scientists say consuming invasive species could be a good thing, all in our morning news roundup.
Indian Navy Captures 61 Somali Pirates
And their “mother ship”!
More Details Emerge About Americans Killed by Somali Pirates
Jean and Scott Adam of Southern California, and Phyllis Mackay and Robert Riggle of Seattle are the lost sailors.
Four American Hostages Killed by Pirates Off the Somali Coast
They were captured on Friday.
Somali Pirates Capture American Couple
The couple had been cruising the world on a yacht.
Blogger Sued by Benihana; Letter-Grading Begins for Food Trucks
If a chain could sue a blogger in this country, there’d be a whole lot of them in jail by now.
Pirates Had an
Even though nobody was paying attention to them.
Has its Own Top Chef; 513-Lb. Tuna Sells for $177,000
An MTV reality star knows how to cook and a Bluefin Tuna fetched a record price in Tokyo.
Disney’s Master Sommelier Splits; Food Safety Costs Doubled for Leafy Greens
Sommelier Michael Jordan leaves Disney to start his own winery and leafy greens farmers are seenig food safety costs sky-rocket.
Countries Pledge Pirate-Fighting Money
But will it be enough if Somalia doesn’t have access to better swashbuckling weapons?
Oh No, the Pirate Is Sad!
It’s like he finally realized what a rotten situation this is.
Why Is This Pirate Smiling?
The teenage Somali pirate who survived his own crew’s attack on the Maersk Alabama arrived in New York last night.
New Jersey Congressman Targeted by Militants in Somalia
Thankfully, he was able to escape unscathed.
Everything You Need to Know About What Went Down With the Pirates Yesterday
And there’s a lot to know.
Maersk Captain Freed, Three Somali Pirates Killed
Richard Phillips of the Maersk Alabama is now back to safety.
Pirates Playing Ever More Dangerous Game
And yet, it is getting less and less fun.
American Ship Captain Valiantly Surviving in Somali Pirate Custody
Also, enemy and ally ships are zooming in on the area.
Somali Pirates Hijack Ship Full of Americans (Updated!)
They’ve gotten a bit too cocky, it seems.