Somalia:Al-Shabaab executes three men for spying militant group al-Shabaab says it has executed three men who it suspects of spying its enemies thus U.S. and Somali government intelligence agencies.

The al-Qaida affiliated group announced the executions Today on its Face book page.

It said one of the men, 29-year-old Mohamed Abdulle Gelle, guided a U.S. drone strike that killed a senior al-Shabab commander in October last year.

Whereas 47-year-old Ahmed Abdullahi Farole, said had spied for the administration of Somalia’s Puntland region.

The third man identified as Abdirahman Abdulatif was accused of spying for the Somali national intelligence agency.

All the three men were killed by firing squad in the town of Barawe.

Al-Shabaab has shown signs of resurgence in recent months after losing control of most major Somali cities in 2011 and 2012.

last week Al-Shabab militants stormed the presidential palace in Mogadishu killing more than 17 people, although the president was unharmed.