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Clashes in Somalia kill 11, displace 50,000: U.N.

MOGADISHU (Reuters) - Clashes between two semi-autonomous regions of Somalia this week have killed at least 11 people and displaced around 50,000, the United Nations said on Friday, stoking concerns the violence could escalate.
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