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12 killed in central Somalia
Issue 311
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Rayale Leaves For The USA On A Private Visit

Somaliland Accuses Abdillahi Yusuf Of Agitating Tribal Feuds

Kulmiye & Qaran Form An Alliance Against Rayale

Dr. Ahmed Hussein Ise: America Is Ready To Establish Ties With Somaliland

A very African coup

Ethiopian Minister Details Relations With Neighboring Countries

Abdillahi Yusuf Back To Hospital

From Guinea To Somalia, Political Differences Taking A Bloody Shape

Operate Africa like the USA

The Impacts of Ethiopia’s Invasion of Somalia

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Somali PM Names Most Of New Cabinet

ODM Uhuru Park Rally Aborts Again

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Genital Mutilation: A British Reality

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Remembering those killed in 2007

The Year Gone By Jean-Jacques Cornish

The War On Terror In Africa: Assessment And Prospects For 2008

2007: The Year Of Assassinations

PRESS FREEDOM IN 2007

Food for thought

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Did The Somali Canadian Alliance Start Off On The Wrong Foot?

What Prevents The Youth To Dare The Marriage

Year End Greetings

Las-Anoders Abroad To Abdillahi Yusuf Yey: Not in My Name

Benazir Bhutto: A champion of democracy

Terrorist V Terrorism

Somaliland elders never tire and retire

By Mohamed Abdi Farah

Mogadishu, Somalia, January 4 2008 - 12 people were killed and ten others were wounded in armed confrontation between rival militias in Adado town of Galgadud region in central Somalia, sources say on Friday.

Most the dead were from warring parts that had exchange heavy weaponry despite the situation resumed clam after several hours of gun battle.

The latest fighting broke out when the local authority troops attacked a roadblock by free lance militia group near the town.
Among the dead was a woman after a mortar shell hit her house.

Meanwhile, the spokesman for the local authority in Mogadishu Abdulahi Shaashaa said the government troops stationed near Bakara market in the capital were attacked two times by the insurgent groups.

They have repelled the attackers he said.

Source: SomaliNet News


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