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  1. The moment Ethiopians were kicked out of Xamar and AS turned the guns on Somalis. And people are right to pount out arming tribes might be idea specially if there is no plan to demobilize them. There are enough American. Turkish and Eritrean trained forces to take on AS, not to mention regional daraawish.
  2. I am worried about the day after. 1991 in Xamar is burned into my mind. A precious moment was lost cuz power hungry men and clan militias. There needs a plane to demobilize the clan militias after the war. This war does prove one thing. Macawisley and American and Turkish trained boys can beat AS and the need for ATMIS is suspect. Remember, contributing countries were trying to renegotiate the security agreement that was to seem them leave in two years. Troops are now amassing in Dhuusomareeb in order to attack Ceelbuur and go all to the coast ending Xaradheere
  3. Prosecutors Struggle to Catch Up to a Tidal Wave of Pandemic Fraud Investigators say there was so much fraud in federal Covid-relief programs that — even after two years of work and hundreds of prosecutions — they’re still just getting started.
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