Somali opposition leaders seek reconciliation
Somalia, Politics, 3/7/2001
Three members of the Somali opposition leaders in Addis Ababa are meeting with tribes leaders in Southern west Somalia to discuss the issue of national reconciliation. In a statement to France Press, Othman Hassan Ali said that he and Hussein Muhammad Aided and also Mousa Sudi Yalahu will meet in particular with the commander of the resistance army " al-Rahawinin " colonel Muhammad Hassan Nour who controls Bedawa to the south of Somalia, General Aden Abdullah Nour, the commander of the Somali national movement and also Gen. Muhammad Harsi who controls Mourgan.
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