NAIROBI (AFP) - Kenya said Wednesday that Somali Islamist rebels had received a third planeload of armaments, as its forces prepare to push forward against the Al-Qaeda-linked militants in the war-torn nation. Kenyan soldiers and tanks pushed into Shebab-controlled southern Somalia some two weeks ago to fight the insurgents and curtail their ability to launch cross-border attacks. "We've had a positive confirmation that there was another landing of another aircraft with weapons," army spokesman Emmanuel Chirchir said. The reports could not be independently verified.