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Ethiopian soldiers raid Mogadishu’s biggest arms market

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Ethiopian soldiers raid Mogadishu’s biggest arms market

Postby Hiiraan boy » Mon May 07, 2007 10:24 am

(SomaliNet) The interim government troops along with the Ethiopian forces Monday raided the biggest weapons market in Somalia capital Mogadishu known as ‘Irtog-te’ taking away weapons and ammunitions.

Witnesses told Somalinet that the Ethiopian soldiers ambushed the market breaking two weapons warehouses.

One of the businessmen who asked not to be named said the Ethiopians were informed about the weapons.

The weapons’ dealers expressed concern over the move in which the Ethiopian soldiers searched the market and took over the arms.

No word yet from the Somalia’s government officials on the Ethiopian move of confiscating the weapons.

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