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Opposition fighters gaining ground in Somalia

First they took Kismayo, a key port city, now they're making headway across southern Somalia.

Opposition armed groups, including al-Shabab fighters and remnants of the Islamic Courts Union, are seizing control of the small southern town of Dhobley, near the Kenyan border.

There's been a major comeback by Islamic groups in recent months and few in Somalia are complaining.

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