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SOMALIA-UNREST

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This handout photo released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team shows on December 12, 2012 shows a Somali boy carries a tray nuts and snacks near a market place in Jowhar in Middle Shabelle region north of the capital Mogadishu on December 11, 2012. African Union troops and Somali forces seized the formerly Islamist-held town of Jowhar Sunday, wresting control of one of the largest remaining towns held by the Al-Qaeda linked Shebab, officials said. The loss of Jowhar is a significant blow to the Shebab, who have lost a string of towns in recent months to the 17,000-strong AU force, as well as to Ethiopian troops who invaded Somalia last year from the west. RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT 'AFP PHOTO / AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE' - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - AFP PHOTO / AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE (Photo credit should read STUART PRICE/AFP/Getty Images)
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This handout photo released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team shows on December 12, 2012 shows a Somali boy carries a tray nuts and snacks near a market place in Jowhar in Middle Shabelle region north of the capital Mogadishu on December 11, 2012. African Union troops and Somali forces seized the formerly Islamist-held town of Jowhar Sunday, wresting control of one of the largest remaining towns held by the Al-Qaeda linked Shebab, officials said. The loss of Jowhar is a significant blow to the Shebab, who have lost a string of towns in recent months to the 17,000-strong AU force, as well as to Ethiopian troops who invaded Somalia last year from the west. RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT 'AFP PHOTO / AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE' - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - AFP PHOTO / AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE (Photo credit should read STUART PRICE/AFP/Getty Images)
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11 december 2012
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This handout photo released by the African UnionUnited Nations... Nyhetsfoto 158255073African Union,Afrika,Barn,Bricka,Bära,Civilperson,Fotografi,Frige,Gå,Horisontell,Horn of Africa,Konflikt,Marknadsplats,Mat,Mellanmål,Mogadishu,Pojkar,SomaliaPhotographer Collection: AFP 2012 AFPThis handout photo released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team shows on December 12, 2012 shows a Somali boy carries a tray nuts and snacks near a market place in Jowhar in Middle Shabelle region north of the capital Mogadishu on December 11, 2012. African Union troops and Somali forces seized the formerly Islamist-held town of Jowhar Sunday, wresting control of one of the largest remaining towns held by the Al-Qaeda linked Shebab, officials said. The loss of Jowhar is a significant blow to the Shebab, who have lost a string of towns in recent months to the 17,000-strong AU force, as well as to Ethiopian troops who invaded Somalia last year from the west. RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT 'AFP PHOTO / AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE' - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - AFP PHOTO / AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE (Photo credit should read STUART PRICE/AFP/Getty Images)