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Kenya’s defiance of the Somali government on the ban on charcoal exports from Kismayo threatens the cohesion of the African Union Mission in Somalia. It will also test the mettle of the United Nations Monitoring Group, which has to decide if Kenya has defied the UN Security Council Resolutions and should be sanctioned.

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Kenya, Uganda, Burundi, Ethiopia, Farah Maalim Mohamed, Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, Djiboutian, Ahmed Mohamed Islaan, Madobe, Britain, United States, Al Haraka al Shabaab al Mujahideen, Al Shabaab

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