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Briefly: South African president tells media to respect privacy
Mr. Onyonko said about three dozen Kenyan forces have died there in the past year.
Two officials told The Associated Press last month that about 500 Ugandan and Burundian troops have died in Somalia since 2007.
A Ugandan spokesman did not answer calls for comment.
Government seeks weapons as peace expands
It is a request being made even as the international community begins to look at how long it will be before Somali troops can provide security on their own, allowing the departure of African Union troops who have been in Somalia since 2007.
Family: Military killed 8 Tuareg herders
BAMAKO — A relative says eight men killed by the Malian military raised animals for a living and were not criminals as the government alleges.
Mohamed Amzad, a relative of some of the victims, told The Associated Press that he believes the deaths stemmed from a rivalry.
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