Las Anod: Residents are fleeing their properties after weeks of violent protests

Garowe (AX) – Residents of Las Anod city began fleeing their properties on Sunday following the continued clashes between anti-government protesters and safety forces in Las Anod, the executive capital of Sool area.

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A type of who fled the town mentioned they fled to villages in distant areas and lacked blankets and garments.

“We came to a place called Dabaylwayn after the army bombarded the town with artillery and bullets,” he defined.

Native media reported that the Northern Somalia authorities deployed further safety forces to Las Anod to take care of the state of affairs. However, native residents acknowledged that the arrival of the brand new troops exacerbated the issue.

A minimum of 20 individuals have been killed in Las Anod, a city in Northern Somalia’s east battle between breakaway Northern Somalia and Puntland, following days of clashes between anti-government protesters and safety forces.

The protests started on Tuesday in response to the native administration’s failure to cope with killings after Abdifatah Abdullahi Abdi Hadrawi, an official of the Wadani Occasion, was shot useless on Monday after getting back from the mosque. In addition they blame Northern Somalia forces for elevated insecurity within the metropolis, which has lately seen a spate of political killings.

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