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Somalia: Al Shabaab terrorists ‘behead two civilians’ in Puntland

Garowe Online -: "A senior police official in Somalia’s Puntland region has condemned Al Shabab terrorist group for ‘beheading’ two men, Radio Garowe reports.

Col. Mohamed Said Jaqanaf, deputy police commissioner in Puntland, told the BBC Somali Service that Puntland police have identified one of the victims as Mahad Mohamud Faraqle.

“We have also identified the second victim by clan…Mahad Mohamud Faraqle was detained by our police, questioned and released on 23 June 2011. We believe he was beheaded on 25 June 2011,” said Col. Jaqanaf."

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