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AFP | June 21, 2011

 

At least six people were killed Tuesday when a minibus carrying civilians struck a roadside bomb in the Somali capital, witnesses said.

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by VOA News | June 2, 2011

 

MOGADISHU – New clashes in Somalia’s capital have killed at least 17 people, as pro-government troops continue to battle militants for control of a popular commercial site.

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Source: BBC News

The blasts went off as people were watching the World Cup final

The death toll from twin blasts that hit the Ugandan capital as football fans gathered to watch the World Cup final has risen to 74, officials say.
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MOGADISHU, June 19 (Reuters) – Gun fights between Somali government troops and Islamist rebels in the capital Mogadishu has killed 20 people, including more than a dozen civilians, officials said on Saturday. (more…)

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Reuters
June 18 2010

KAMPALA (Reuters) – The Ugandan government will compensate about 10,000 people in the country’s northern region, who were maimed by the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) rebels over two decades, ahead of elections next year. (more…)

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Source: IRIN

NAIROBI – Locals told IRIN fresh fighting between pro-government Ahlu Sunna Waljama’a – a traditional Sufi movement – and Al-Shabab broke out in Galgadud region on 3 June and continued for two days. (more…)

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03 Jun 2010 11:25:06 GMT

Source: Reuters
By Ibrahim Mohamed

MOGADISHU – Fighting in the north of Somalia’s capital Mogadishu killed at least 11 people on Thursday as government troops and Islamist fighters battled for control of the area, an ambulance official said. (more…)

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