At least 50 A-Shabaab suspects have been arrested by Somalia and African Union (AU) forces in a joint operation this week.
The Burundi crisis and wider terrorism across Africa have been the dominant topics between leaders and officials at African Union (AU) talks held in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa.
Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta has confirmed that Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) will remain in Somalia, despite the withdrawal of troops from key bases within the country.
Kenyan forces have pulled out of two military bases in Somalia, according to local residents, including one recently attacked by Al-Shabaab militants.
An estimated 20 people have been killed in the latest Al-Shabaab attack carried out in the Somalia capital Mogadishu.
An outbreak of cholera in southern Somalia has killed at least 17 people, including children, over the last two weeks.
Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta has confirmed several troops from the East African nation were killed in an Al-Shabaab attack on an army base in neighbouring Somalia on Friday.