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The helmet of Kenyan soldier Nicholas Munyanya reads in Kiswahili "Tea in Kismayo," no doubt hoping for respite in the strategic Somali port city that African Union troops hope to wrest from the control of al-Shabab terrorists by late August. (Associated Press)

The helmet of Kenyan soldier Nicholas Munyanya reads in Kiswahili "Tea in Kismayo," no doubt hoping for respite in the strategic Somali port city that African Union troops hope to wrest from the control of al-Shabab terrorists by late August. (Associated Press)

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