Insurgents 'take key port' in Somalia
Without a functioning government since 1991, Somalia slides further into a Humanitarian crisis.
Islamist insurgents in Somalia say they have taken control of the southern port of Kismayo amid fighting that has left dozens of people dead.
A spokesman for al-Shabab, Mukhtar Robow, told the BBC his militia had wrested the city from a local clan militia during a third day of clashes.
A UN official said about 100 people had been killed and up to 25,000 displaced.
Pirates are pillaging ships off the coast of Somalia, gangs of thugs roam the streets.