Somalia:Al– Shabab Senior Official Killed

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The official was identified as Abdikadir Yussuf Aar alias Sheikh Qalbi.

Kismayo (Sunatimes) A senior Al-shabab official from the Juba regions has been killed in the recent fighting in Mogadishu.

Officials of the insurgent group in Kismayo, the capital of the Lower Juba region have confirmed that one of their leaders has been killed on Wednesday by the African Union forces in Mogadishu.

The official was identified as Abdikadir Yussuf Aar alias Sheikh Qalbi.

Sheikh Qalbi served as a Shabab leader in both the Juba and Gedo regions. Shiekh Qalbi has also fought for the group in different parts of the country.

Sheikh Qalbi is reported to be a long serving militia man who starting fighting in 1995 for a local militia group.

By Aweys Mohamed

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