BALADWEYNE (Sh.M.Network) —Pro-government soldiers in Somalia’s central town of Beledweyne exchanged heavy gunfire on Monday, leaving one combatant dead and many more others injured, reports said.
Eyewitnesses said At least one soldier was confirmed killed during the clashes that raged on for several hours on Monday morning.
The violence broke out after soldiers guarding the regional administration building office in the town have opened fire on troops in suspicion of as attacking enemy. The situation has returned to normal, when another government forces intervened in the warring sides.
Beledweyne, a key central that once controlled by Al shabab militants before Somali forces, with the support of Ethiopian troops took control on December 31, 2011, all without encountering a fight.
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