Posts Tagged ‘civilian wounded’

Source: AllAfrica.com

March 29, 2010


Somalia — Heavy conformation between the transitional government troops backing by the African Union troops AMISOM has broken out in parts of the Somali capital Mogadishu, killing one, wounding 5, witnesses told Shabelle radio on Monday. (more…)

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Four Somalis killed by roadside bomb, police say


Source: Reuters – AlertNet

By Abdi Guled and Mohamed Ahmed

March 27, 2010

MOGADISHU, March 27 (Reuters) – A government official and three other people were killed on Saturday by a roadside bomb triggered by remote control in the Somali capital, witnesses and police said. (more…)

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25 Mar 2010
Written by: Olesya Dmitracova, AlertNet


LONDON (AlertNet) – Attacks on rebels by government troops and African Union peacekeepers in Somalia kill and injure many civilians and should be much more discriminate, human rights group Amnesty International said on Thursday. (more…)

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DADAAB, 24 March 2010 (IRIN) – One minute Halimo Mohamed, 40, was at home with her children, the nextshe was on the move, fleeing violence in Somalia’s capital, after her Karan neighbourhood, in north Mogadishu, was hit by a barrage of shells, killing dozens and destroying homes, including hers.


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Source: AllAfrica.com



Mogadishu — At least 3 people have been killed and 4 others wounded in Mogadishu after heavy clashes between the transitional government troops backing by AMISOM and Islamist fighters restarted in parts of Hodan district in Mogadishu, witnesses and officials told Shabelle radio on Tuesday. (more…)

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March 23, 2010



MOGADISHU — Gunbattles between Somali government forces and Islamist insurgents killed at least five civilians in Mogadishu Tuesday, witnesses and medical sources said. (more…)

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Source: IslamOnline.net

March 13, 2010


WASHINGTON – Denying military help to the Somali government against militants, the Obama administration has said it has no intention to “Americanize” the conflict in the Horn of African country. (more…)

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