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Al-Qaeda-linked militants threatened more terror attacks that will "increase day by day" after a suicide bomber killed 72 people.
An explosion Friday in the home of Somalia's interior minister killed him and a woman suspected of being a bomber as violent demonstrations swept the capital.
Somalia's prime minister resigned Tuesday after months of turmoil with the country's president, saying their infighting had become a "security vulnerability" in a country battling an Islamic insurgency and rampant piracy.
The Somali militants who formed the hard-line terrorist group al-Shabaab carried out their first suicide attack in 2006, during the height of violence in Iraq. The world hardly noticed.