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Somalia:Internal fighting Kills five in Godinlabe

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Oct 13th, 2016
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Ahlu-sunnah Wal Jama'ah group in Galgadud province , a Sufi Somali militia

Ahlu-sunnah Wal Jama’ah group in Galgadud province , a Sufi Somali militia

Adado, Galgadud region, Somalia ( Goobjoog + DIPLOMAT.SO) – At least five people are confirmed dead and seven others injured when Ahlu Sunna Waljama’a fighters and clan militias attacked Galmudug state forces in Godinlabe locality, 30km south of Adado on Wednesday morning.

The allied forces attacked the locality in three directions and then engaged fierce fighting with Galmudug forces and an intelligence Unit of Somali army. After hours of fighting Galmudug forces retreated from Godinlable, which paved the way for Ahlu Sunna Waljama’a and clan militia to take the locality, Goobjoog correspondent in Cadaado said.

Three injured soldiers from Godinlabe fight were admitted to Adado main Hospital.

Meanwhile, in Dhusamareb other five injured fighters were also admitted to hospitals, according to eyewitness who spoke to Goobjoog News.

Ahlu Sunna Waljama’a and Galmudug forces have fought many times in the recent years for control of territory.

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