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Amnesty International - Somalie : Rapport 2007

Selon le rapport publié mardi, les populations civiles somaliennes restent les premières victimes des accrochages entre les belligérants. Erwin van der Borgh, directeur du Programme Afrique d'Amnesty International.

Heavily armed Somali Transitional Federal Government soldiers patrol street of Mogadishu, Thursday, April 26, 2007. Somali Prime Minister Ali Mohamed Gedi claimed victory over Islamic insurgents in Mogadishu on Thursday, after nine days of street battles using tanks and artillery that have left hundreds dead. We have won the fighting against the insurgents, the prime minister told The Associated Press by telephone from the Somali capital, saying that small, mopping-up operations were still under way. The worst of the fighting in the city is now over. (AP Photo/Mohamed Abdulle Hassan Siidi)

Patrouille des forces régulières dans une rue de Mogadiscio