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Somali Puntland worried Islamists may move its way: leader

NAIROBI (Reuters) – An expected drive to purge Islamist rebels from southern Somalia risks pushing them north into an area at the tip of the Horn of Africa better known for its coastal pirates than al Shabaab insurgents.

Semi-autonomous Puntland state, where one-third of Somalia’s

population lives, needs help from the African peacekeeping force AMISOM to secure its border with southern provinces, its regional president Abdiweli Mohamed Ali said on Wednesday.

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