The Quiet Front Away from Iraq and Afghanistan, there's a quiet war being waged against extremism in the volatile Horn of Africa. Eric Westervelt reports on the persistent terrorist threat from a region flooded with weapons and beleaguered by porous borders, endemic poverty and government corruption.

Waging Peace in War on Terror

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Growing Repression in Yemen May Feed al Qaeda

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Kenya: Land of Deadly Attacks Remains in Turmoil

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A Neglected Somalia Seen as Extremist Haven

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