21 killed in fighting in Somalia's capital city

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September 23, 2010 19:07

 
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MOGADISHU, Somalia – Heavy fighting between Islamist militants and pro-government troops raged in several parts of Somalia's capital Thursday, killing at least 21 people and wounding nearly 78, an official said.

Mortar shells pounded northern and southern neighborhoods in Mogadishu as militants launched attacks with rocket-propelled grenades and machine guns, according to a witness.In Mogadishu's south, government soldiers and African Union peacekeepers tried to push insurgents back from a strategic road often used by government officials.



Ali Muse, the head of the city's ambulance service, said at least 21 had been killed and 78 wounded.

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