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Security Forces Capture 20 Somalians In Mugla
ISSUE 118
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Headlines

- First Peace Cup Football Tournament Launched

- President Kagame Speaks In Seattle
- Somaliland Observers Describe South Africa’s Elections As Free And Fair

- Somaliland’s Recognition Will Bring Peace And Stability To The Horn

- Better Deal For Somalilanders

Health

- Health-Care Providers Organize Forum To Assist Somalian Mothers

International News

- U.S. Military Official Praises African Anti-Terror Efforts

- Djibouti Anger Over French Judge Murder Claim

- South African MPs Re-Elect Mbeki

- Somali Woman Murdered In London

- Man Killed In London Shooting

- Security Forces Capture 20 Somalians In Mugla

- Eastern, Central African Countries Tackle Issue Of Arms At Nairobi Conference

- The Siege Of Fallujah: Another Page In The West’s Long Running War With Islam

- From Hope To Helplessness

Peace Talks

- Rising Frustrations Could End Mbagathi Peace Process

People

- Colonel Abdullahi Yusuf’s First Defeat in the Court of Law

Editorial & Opinions

- South Africa’s Democracy & Its Implications for Somaliland

- Open Letter To Abdi I. Samatar

- A Response To Mr. Ali Gulaid

- What We Did Not Do Right


MUGLA, April 19, 2004 (Turkishpress.com)- Security forces captured on Monday 20 Somalians in Meselik village of Milas town of Aegean Mugla province.

The Somalians were trying to proceed to Italy illegally.
Foreigners will be deported after legal procedures.

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