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allAfrica.com: Somalia: Ethiopia Troops Capture Two Districts in Southwestern Somalia (Page 1 of 1)

allAfrica.com: Somalia: Ethiopia Troops Capture Two Districts in Southwestern Somalia (Page 1 of 1)

Baidoa — Ethiopian soldiers backed by armored vehicles reentered two towns in southwestern Somalia, forcing Al Shabaab insurgents to withdraw, Radio Garowe reports.

Residents said the Ethiopian army garrison that arrived in Qansah Dheere district, in Bay region, were dispatched from bases in neighboring Gedo region.

"The people [of Qansan Dheere] have begun fleeing their homes, because they fear war," said resident Isak Nurow.

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