Somalia's deputy premier: US ground forces needed

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January 10, 2007 09:13




Somalia's deputy prime minister called for US ground forces to flush out remaining al-Qaida suspects. "The only way we are going to kill or capture the surviving al-Qaida terrorists is for US special forces to go in on the ground," Hussein Aideed told The Associated Press on Wednesday. "They have the know-how and the right equipment to capture these people."


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