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Somali Forces End Deadly Siege After 16 Killed at Mogadishu

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Somali Forces End Deadly Siege After 16 Killed at Mogadishu

Somali Forces End Deadly Siege After 16 Killed at Mogadishu

At least 16 people were killed during a five-hour siege by Islamic extremists in Somalia’s capital of Mogadishu.

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