UN on the run

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The Independent Online
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About 2,000 followers of the Somali militia leader Mohamed Farah Aideed took to the streets of Mogadishu, denouncing the UN before a peace mission by the US special envoy, Robert Oakley, Reuter reports from Mogadishu. In a clear sign that the UN army had lost control of the city, General Aideed's militia set up roadblocks on routes to the rally ground.

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