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Ethiopia Troops Arrive in Central Region, Fighting Rocks in Afgoi

Issue 318
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Government Ends Short Arab Hunting Expedition Amid Local Concerns

The Letter That Set The Stage For The 1988 Genocide Of The Isaaqs

Somaliland President Delighted With His First Visit To The Arab World

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Ethiopian Gen. 'slaps Somali President'

Kenya can't solve it alone

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Ethiopia Troops Arrive in Central Region, Fighting Rocks in Afgoi

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MOGADISHU, Somalia, February 22, 2008 - Hundreds of Ethiopian troops with more than 25 vehicles have reached in Dhuso-mareb district of Galgadud region central Somalia on Friday witnesses said.

The soldiers left there have pulled out from Hiran region and made passage in Guri-el ward towards Dhuso mareb.

Dhuso-mareb Residents have acknowledged that the soldiers have packed up amillitary camp called "21 military campground" although its unidentified the motive behind the troop's arrival in that neighborhood.

No comments were available from Galgadud region authorities on the Ethiopian troop's arrival in Dhuso-mareb district.

Else where deadly fighting occurs in IDP"S haven area in Afgoi district following a land ownership dispute between the internally displaced people.

One civilian died in that fighting which exceptionally occurred in IDP's camp called Howlwadag where the two fought sides used in the clash light rifles.

That brief clash with in the IDP's caused that the refugees to displace for a second time from their new thought safe havens after they have originally fled from the bloodshed battles in the capital.

The situation of the battled area is reportedly tranquil and the the Government troops in Lower Shabelle region arrived at the scene.

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