Ethiopian troops seize more territory from Al-Shabaab.

183 The Ethiopian government said it had launched a raid on an Al-Shabaab base in Bu Hay Haybe, 75 KM east of Baidoa, which is a Transitional Federal Government of Somalia.

A statement issued by the Ethiopian Ministry of Defense on EBC said that the strike took place on January 24 at 35 members of al-Shabaab, two of which were leaders, according to Ethiopia they talked.

The assailants were shot dead in Abudwaq, Abudwak, the headquarters of the Al-Shabaab militant group and C / salaam, an expert in the bombings, according to the statement.

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As a result of the Ethiopian-backed Ethiopian invasion in Baidoa, there were casualties, casualties, and a car bomb that hit the attack.