US military confirms terror attack on US base in Kenya

Source: ABC News - View Original Article
Published: Jan 21, 2020
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95% Conservative


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Policies:

Welfare
Military Spending
Eminent Domain
War on Terrorism
Religious Freedom

Sentiments

89% "Earlier, al-Shabab had said in a statement that some of its fighters had launched a daring dawn raid on a U.S. naval base ..."
75% "About 500 U.S. troops are stationed inside Somalia assisting and advising that country's military in its fight against the terror group.""
74% "U.S. military acknowledges al-Shabab attack on U.S. base in Kenya.""
67% "The official did not provide information about any potential casualties at the Kenyan military base that has housed U.S. military personnel for years.""
62% "As facts and details emerge, we will provide an update.""


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

89% : Earlier, al-Shabab had said in a statement that some of its fighters had launched " a daring dawn raid on a U.S. naval base known as 'Camp Simba' in Lamu County, Kenya."
75% : About 500 U.S. troops are stationed inside Somalia assisting and advising that country's military in its fight against the terror group.
74% : U.S. military acknowledges al-Shabab attack on U.S. base in Kenya.
67% : The official did not provide information about any potential casualties at the Kenyan military base that has housed U.S. military personnel for years.
62% : "As facts and details emerge, we will provide an update.

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