BELEDWEYNE (Sh.M.Network)— Somali government soldiers have exchanged gunfire in the central town of Beledweyne on Wednesday, killing at least one soldier, wounding several others, according to witnesses.
Officials say that the fighting came as two government soldiers were on petrol Over night suspected each other and lured into raid, in an apparent case of mistaken identity.
The incident caused the death of the soldier during the clash and the movement of the traffic and business in the areas was halted for a moment as the clash continued there.
The latest reports in the areas say that the situation returned normal on Thursday morning, after more government troops had interfered to the warring sides.
It is the first time that government soldiers disagreed and exchange gunfire in the town since Al shabab’s withdrawal.
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