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Somali Prime Minister Roble appoints committee to investigate youths fighting in Ethiopia’s Tigray region

Photo/Somali Times The Somali Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble has appointed a committee to investigate complaints from Somali parents who said they have not received any information from

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