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Somalia plans more security after attacks
Friday, March 23, 2012
The Somali government said Thursday it plans heightened security in the capital city, Mogadishu, after deadly bomb attacks by al-Shabaab militants.
Mogadishu has been hit by deadly roadside bomb and suicide car attacks since al-Shabaab moved out of the capital last year as a result of offensives by Somalia and an African Union-led peacekeeping mission, Shabelle Media Network reported.
Sources told SMN the Somali government's national security committee has had talks, led by President Sheik Sharif Sheik Ahmed, about security in Mogadishu, where government troops and African Union soldiers are trying to stop militant attacks.
Al-Shabaab said Tuesday it plans to keep up its attacks against government buildings and military bases operated by African Union Mission in Somalia, and warned civilians to stay away from those targets.
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