MOGADISHU, Feb. 24 (Xinhua) -- The United States military said on Sunday it conducted four airstrikes in southern Somalia on Saturday, killing two al-Shabab terrorists.
The four airstrikes were conducted separately around Kunyow Barrow, Awdeegle, and Janaale, and eliminated checkpoints and facilities used by al-Shabab, the U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) said in a statement.
No civilians were injured or killed in these airstrikes, the statement said.
AFRICOM said those strikes complement its Somali partners' successes against al-Shabab, and are one component of its combined efforts to protect the Somali people from terrorists.
"Somali security forces continue to effectively target al-Shabab forces in order to increase the span of governance of the Federal Government of Somalia," the statement said.